LISAPosted by Sven Adner 2017-04-16 02:37:17
Do you know if your system is vulnerable to this exploit.
LISA can easily make this check on all your system in a single find.
LISA is now also running on Linux and in AWS
LISAPosted by Sven Adner 2014-07-11 23:56:51
I have a version that nearly works on Linux and very soon maybe a new rpm installer
for RedHat or Enterprise Linux.
All features will work as on Solaris.
I already have a non relesed version that works on Solarsi 11 tested now for 6 months.
Look out in the bottom banner in LISA index page.
LISAPosted by Sven Adner 2013-11-04 00:53:44
I have rested a long time but now I'm back.
Features include fixed so the links on the patch page now pointing straight into the MOS.
Furthermore, I am working on a package that will work on Linux, and not only on Solaris.
LISAPosted by Sven Adner 2011-09-02 12:25:15
MOS My Oracle Support
LISA is well integrated in MOS
When you had creates a Service request ins MOS mostly the person at Oracle
don't know that if you are sending explorer dumps to Oracle or not.
So even if the data is available they don't know where to find it.
In LISA you can simply upload the explorer to MOS.
click on the left link in the index page on system that you has placed the SR on in Hostname:
click on Forward explorer data mail/https
select which explorer to send
enter the SR number in the box at bottom 3-xxxxxxxxxx
click Start upload MOS
Tere will be a message in MOS when data is uploaded
LISAPosted by Sven Adner 2011-06-23 00:04:57
Just got the first version of Lisa to work on Linux debian 6
No major problems but now it must be fixed a rpm package and test carefully
This version will be LISA3.2se.
Possibly to include support for https
LISAPosted by Sven Adner 2011-05-25 23:10:13
Now its 1 year since LISAse 3.1 was released on this site.
LISA is used in 23 countries
Probably handle more than thousands of systems
Pleas let me now how many system you have on your LISA server
I know of some whith over 500 systems
LISAPosted by Sven Adner 2010-12-15 00:29:02
So finaly sunsolve is not any more since 10 dec 2010
Oracle has moved the file to MOS
LISA has downloaded the patchdiag.xref file from sunsolve for the last 10 years
But i managed to find it again on a new place
The lates version of LISA 3.1se has the new updates to pull this information to continue to
create the patchreport.
I hope it will be so
LISAPosted by Sven Adner 2010-10-06 10:14:05
If you already have an older LISA server i suggest do an new install on a new server
Set up a forward of all old data to go to the new test LISA3.1se to see that it works.
Do this on the old LISA server on the Adminpage select --> forward to other LISA server using Bartsend
But if you have an old 2.2 installation you must replace the Bartsend binary
that is in the tools dir
if you have installed in /Sun this dir is in /Sun/SAlocexpwww/htdocs/tools
copy the new Bartsend version 3.0 from LISA 3.1se to the old LISA 2.2 server
This is because i have changed webserver from apache to lighttpd in LISA 3.1se
Bartsend 2.0 dosent work whith lighttpd