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ILO Now Maintained By Method R

Originally Hotsos ILO, this software is now owned and maintained by Method R Corporation. Please see the press release for details.

Stay tuned for some exciting changes. The source will soon be moved here for full open source development.

Posted by Ron Crisco 2008-06-03

ILO V 2.0 Released.

HOTSOS Instrumentation Library for Oracle
Version 2.0

HOTSOS ILO version 2.0 introduces several significant new features and architectural changes.


The installation scripts have been rewritten to be more user friendly and robust. Creation of the schema owner prior to installation is now optional. An existing ILO schema can be upgraded from any prior version to current. Please backup the HOTSOS schema before upgrade - all packages will be replaced. If you have a prior version of the SLA Manager extensions, data in the ILO_RUN table will not be lost during upgrade. An uninstall script has now been provided. Uninstall is not required before upgrading to version 2.0. The uninstall script can be used to uninstall any version of ILO (including SLA Manager extensions) up through 2.0.... read more

Posted by Doug Gault 2007-07-03

ILO V 1.4 Released

We've release 1.4 which is a huge step forward in terms of the code performance. Along with this release is a paired release of the HOTSOS SLA Manager extensions for ILO that is available at

Posted by Doug Gault 2007-02-08

Hotsos ILO v1.2 Released

Just updated some of the core functionality. Thanks to Jan van Mourik for helping to identify some of the issues!

Posted by Doug Gault 2006-09-15


Sorry for the delay. Version 1.0 is release. Please stand by for some upgrades that will add functionality, but will not change the method signatures.

Please log any bugs, issues, or tickets here on SourceForge.

Posted by Doug Gault 2006-04-10

Architectural changes push back release date

We've been doing heavy testing internally and have found a few areas that we are not comfortable releaseing until they are working to spec. We're hoping to get the initial release out by end of play on the 7th of April with a follow up release extending functionality happening the week of the 9th of April.

Thank you for being patient.

Posted by Doug Gault 2006-04-04

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