Francis Spedafino

How to find out which version of the Operations Manager you're running.

Blog Post created by Francis Spedafino Expert on Sep 3, 2014

There are a few ways to determine which version of the Operations Manager that you are currently using.

 

Knowing and providing which version you're on will be helpful to the Turbonomic technical support staff should you encounter an issue.

 

To find out within the UI:

 

Click the Settings Icon then select 'About' at the bottom of the list.

 

A pop up window will display all the information

  


 

If you prefer to use a linux command line, you can use the following command:

 

rpm -qa | grep vmt

 

That will return the following:

 

vmt-presentation-5.8.0-50925.i586
vmt-reports-5.8.0-50925.i586
vmt-persistence-5.67.2-50925.i586
vmt-ui-5.8.0-50925.x86_64
vmt-config-5.8.0-50925.x86_64
vmt-bundle-5.8.0-50925.i586
libvmtools0-9.4.6-4.4.1.x86_64
vmt-platform-5.8.0-50925.i586

 

This means that you're on version 5.8

 

**Need the user name and password while trying to ssh? Check it out here.

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