After you upgrade vRealize Operations Manager, you must restart collector, rewrite and reopen the vRealize Operations Manager firewall ports, and restart the firewall .

About this task

Note:

It is only necessary to reopen the ports if you are using vRealize Operations Manager 6.3 or earlier.

Procedure

  1. After you upgrade vRealize Operations Manager, restart the collector. To do so, run the following command:
    service vmware-vcops --full-restart
  2. After you upgrade vRealize Operations Manager, enable the port numbers 3099, 3100, and 3101. To do so, perform the following tasks:
    1. Edit the /opt/vmware/etc/vmware-vcops-firewall.conf file in the vRealize Operations Manager.
    2. Add TCPPORTS="$TCPPORTS 3099:3101" after TCPPORTS="$TCPPORTS 3091:3095" in the /opt/vmware/etc/vmware-vcops-firewall.conf file.
    3. Run /etc/init.d/vmware-vcops-firewall restart to restart the firewall.
    4. Run /etc/init.d/vmware-vcops-firewall status to check the status of the firewall.
    5. Restart the vRealize Operations Manager cluster after you upgrade to vRealize Operations for Horizon 6.4 from an earlier version. To do so, run service vmware-vcops --full-restart on the master node of the vRealize Operations Manager.