IBM First Issued : Thu Aug 28 03:15:00 CDT 2014 a security announcement that may affect you if you are using kerberos.
The CVSS score is 5.0 - Details below
To determine if your system is vulnerable, execute the following
command to obtain the NAS fileset level:
lslpp -L krb5.client.rte
lslpp -L krb5.server.rte
The following NAS fileset levels are vulnerable:
All krb5.server.rte/krb5.client.rte fileset levels 1.5.0.* and 18.104.22.168 are impacted
B. CVE-2014-4343, CVE-2014-4344
Only krb5.server.rte/krb5.client.rte fileset levels 22.214.171.124, 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52 are impacted
Verified: August 28, 2014
Now all the latest firmware updates address openssl related fixes, and for security purposes all are considered HIPER!
FW731.71 (HIPER) 23 August 2014
FW770.40 (HIPER) 26 June 2014
FW740.91 (HIPER) 24 June 2014
FW730.91 (HIPER) 24 June 2014
FW760.41 (HIPER) 24 June 2014
FW780.11 (HIPER) 23 June 2014
Use nmon as basis for performance analysis
Update: fixed syntax errors in script. The find commands were never working!
Too often I visit
customers and "discover" that they have one of many condiftions that
make analysis of performance very difficult. Generally there is either
too little, too much, or (too) different data collected to do a proper
analysis. At the end of this article I provide a script as an example of
how performance data collection can be standardized. In between I
discuss the reasoning for the number of collections, as well as number
and duration of the samples.
Although many customers have adopted the use
of nmon for collecting performance statistics their
collection process is rarely standardized. When it is
standardized the intended detail of data is often lost in the reports because the defaults taken or chosen are not sized right.
I blame it all on ApacheTest because I was trying to test the latest version httpd-2.4.10 and was getting lots of errors. Of course, perl-5.8.2 and perl-5.8.8 are properly ancient - while perl-5.10.1 is merely past end-of-life.
In short, I needed to do my testing on AIX 7.1 with the supported version of perl at v5.10.1. That was at least enough for the latest CPAN to load and to get the bundle ApacheTest to load.
Good news is: http-2.4.10 comes up with 0 errors - of all that were not skipped at least - AND, I nearly have perl v5.20.0 ready for trial for AIX 5.3, AIX 6.1 and AIX 7.1 - as aixtools.perl.184.108.40.206.I
More news soon!
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