Article ID: 6029, created on Feb 16, 2009, last review on May 1, 2014

  • Applies to:
  • Virtuozzo containers Tools

Release notes

Synopsis: New Parallels Infrastructure Manager 4.0 update provides fixes related to performance improvement on Hardware Node.
Issue date: 2009-02-16
Product: Parallels Infrastructure Manager 4.0
Keywords: performance

1. Subject:

   In some cases Parallels Infrastructure Manager admits small memory leaks (Windows related only), this leaks cause high memory usage and is fixed by this update.

2. Problem description:

  - Memory leaks on Windows Hardware Nodes with Parallels Infrastructure Manager 4.0 installed.

It is highly recommended to update the Parallels Infrastructure Manager 4.0 tools packages.

3. Affected components description:

   -  Parallels Infrastructure Manager 4.0 is a tool designed for managing Hardware Nodes and all Virtuozzo Containers residing on them with the help of a standard Web browser on any platform.
   - Parallels Management Console is a Virtuozzo Containers management and monitoring tool with the graphical user interface. It is used to control individual Hardware Nodes and their Containers. Management Console is cross-platform and runs on both Microsoft Windows and Linux workstations.
   - Parallels Power Panel is a means for administering individual Virtuozzo Containers with the help of a standard Web browser on any platform.

4. Bug fixes:

   269699 - Vzaop memory leaks after vzupdate.

5. Obtaining and installing:

Installing in Windows:

Note: On a Windows Hardware Node, do not install this update unless VZU400009 (Parallels Virtuozzo Containers update 8) is installed.
On the Hardware Node, run the Virtuozzo Update wizard (vzupdate.exe) and follow the instructions. This wizard will install the latest Parallels Infrastructure Manager updates and hotfixes in the correct sequence.
The update does not require Virtuozzo restart or system reboot.

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