VMware vCloud Usage Meter 18.104.22.168 | 10 JAN 2020| Build 15426816
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What's in the Release NotesThe release notes cover the following topics:
- What's New
- Installing vCloud Usage Meter 22.214.171.124 as a New Appliance
- Operational Limits of this Release
The vCloud Usage Meter 126.96.36.199 release introduces usability enhancements, bug fixes and Photon OS security updates.
Installing vCloud Usage Meter 188.8.131.52 as a New Appliance
To install the vCloud Usage Meter appliance for the first time, see How do I install vCloud Usage Meter. After you login to the vCloud Usage Meter Web interface for the first time, a UM to vUI connector wizard appears. Follow the wizard prompts to register your vCloud Usage Meter 184.108.40.206 instances in vCloud Usage Insight, and to enable the automatic monthly usage reporting to VMware.
Operational Limits of this Release
The following operational limit is discovered through rigorous testing of different metering operations.
vCloud Usage Meter 220.127.116.11 supports up to 10 vCenter Server appliances in linked mode.
This release allows in-place upgrade from vCloud Usage Meter 4.1. To upgrade to vCloud Usage Meter 18.104.22.168, follow the steps.
- Download the
ums-system-upgrade.sharfile locally on your computer.
- Log in to the vCloud Usage Meter 4.1 console as root.
- Copy the
ums-system-upgrade.sharfile to a directory on the vCloud Usage Meter 22.214.171.124 console.
- Access the directory to which the
ums-system-upgrade.sharfile is copied.
cd <destination directory>
- Install the shar package.
- Verify that the vCloud Usage Meter service is up and running.
After the installation completes, the system generates a cloudusagemetering-old folder for the vCloud Usage Meter 4.1 installation backup. A newly created cloudusagemetering folder points to the vCloud Usage Meter 126.96.36.199 installation.