System Configuration menu

The System Configuration menu enables you to manage your virtual appliance by providing various options, such as viewing the server status, and rebooting and shutting down the virtual machine.

Note: The System Configuration menu is not available if Unified Manager is installed on Red Hat Enterprise Linux or Microsoft Windows.

The following menu choices are available:

Display Server Status
Displays the current server status. Status options include Running and Not Running.

If the server is not running, you might need to contact technical support.

Reboot Virtual Machine
Reboots the virtual machine, stopping all services. After rebooting, the virtual machine and services restart.
Shut Down Virtual Machine
Shuts down the virtual machine, stopping all services.

You can select this option only from the virtual machine console.

Change <logged in user> User Password
Changes the password of the user that is currently logged in, which can only be the maintenance user.
Increase Data Disk Size
Increases the size of the data disk (disk 3) in the virtual machine.
Increase Swap Disk Size
Increases the size of the swap disk (disk 2) in the virtual machine.
Change Time Zone
Changes the time zone to your location.
Change NTP Server
Changes the NTP Server settings, such as IP address or fully qualified domain name (FQDN).
Restore from an OCUM Backup
Restores the Unified Manager database and configuration settings from a previously backed up version.
Reset Server Certificate
Resets the server security certificate.
Change hostname
Changes the name of the host on which the virtual appliance is installed.
emu
Enables the migration tool user to migrate monitoring health data from Unified Manager 5.x to the current version of Unified Manager.

This option is hidden; you must type the entry.

Disable Migration Tool user
Disables the migration tool user - only displayed if the migration tool user is enabled.
Back
Exits the System Configuration menu and returns to the Main Menu.
Exit
Exits the maintenance console menu.