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sfs-sles10_x86_64-5.5RP2HF2
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 Basic information
Release type: Hot Fix
Release date: 2011-01-21
OS update support: None
Technote: None
Documentation: None
Popularity: 317 viewed    7 downloaded
Download size: 300.05 MB
Checksum: 3594431568

 Applies to one or more of the following products:
FileStore 5.5 On SLES10 x86-64

 Obsolete patches, incompatibilities, superseded patches, or other requirements:
None.

 Fixes the following incidents:
2044989, 2079635, 2088084, 2090222, 2094887, 2100929, 2102816, 2104676, 2107428, 2107435, 2107440, 2114810, 2117291, 2135927, 2136662, 2145851, 2148648, 2148665, 2161145, 2200363, 2235572

 Patch ID:
None.

 Readme file  [Save As...]
Date: 2011-01-21
OS: SLES
OS Version: 10 SP2
Veritas Storage Foundation Scalable File Server (now called Symantec FileStore)
5.5RP2HF2 Patch Upgrade README

CONTENTS
I.   Overview
II.  Upgrade procedure
III. Fixes in the new patch
IV.  Known issues

PATCH ID 			: N/A
PATCH NAME 			: FileStore-sles10_x86_64-patch-5.5RP2HF2.tar.gz
BASE PACKAGE NAME		: Symantec FileStore
BASE PACKAGE VERSION 		: 5.5, 5.5RP1, 5.5RP2, 5.5RP2HF1
OBSELETE PATCHES 		: N/A
SUPERCEDED PATCHES 		: N/A
INCOMPATIBLE PATCHES 		: N/A
SUPPORTED OS 			: SLES
SUPPORTED OS VERSION		: SLES 10 SP2
CREATION DATE 			: 2011-01-21 
CATEGORY 			: enhancement, performance issue, hang 
REBOOT REQUIRED 		: Yes
SUPPORTS ROLLBACK 		: NO


I. OVERVIEW:
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The Veritas Storage Foundation Scalable File Server (now called Symantec FileStore) provides a scalable clustered storage solution. This document provides release information for the patch.

II. UPGRADE PROCEDURE:
----------------------
After you have installed or synchronized a new SFS patch into your cluster, the list of available commands may change. Please login again to the CLI to access the updated features. Because this is a phased upgrade process, please bring down the services manually, then start with the patch installation. After you apply this patch, you cannot uninstall it.

To install the patch:
1. Login as master:
   su - master
2. Start the patch install:
   upgrade patch install <URL>


III. FIXES IN THE NEW PATCH:
----------------------------

Etrack Incidents: 2044989, 2079635, 2088084, 2090222, 2094887, 2100929, 2102816, 2104676, 2107428, 2107435, 2107440, 2114810, 2117291, 2135927, 2136662, 2145851, 2148648, 2148665, 2161145, 2200363, 2235572

Errors/Problems Fixed: Listed below.
2045630, 2044989 After deleting a CIFS normal share, users can still read and write the share.
2081420, 2079635 After a share is deleted on the FileStore server, the share still exists on the ESX NFS client.
2088547, 2088084 homedir link abnormal which caused XP reboot.
2085972, 2090222 (Symantec Escalation: 412-409-798) The Storage> fs grow command increases the volume to 1TB, but it does not increase the file system to 1TB.
2096143, 2094887 Allow different subnet virtual IP and physical IP on the same Ethernet interface card.
2181486, 2100929 PXE boot does not load device drivers (added from the FileStore Driver Update Disk) on all nodes in a cluster.
2102816  Net commands on the 2008 AD server do not recognize the -s <hostname> option.
2104676  When the homedir quota is activated, a FileStore node cannot mount a file system.
2119669, 2107428 If two CIFS shares have corresponding files systems that share the same virtual IP address, deleting one of the CIFs share halts the other share.
2107435  After enabling home directory quotas, the quota script is only enabled on the console IP node.
2096563, 2107440 If the number of the cluster virtual IP addresses is greater than 45, the client cannot access the homedir share file system.
2089644, 2114810 File system grow failed for 1+ TB file system with 90 million files. 
2098865, 2117291 (Symantec Escalation: 412-346-967) Quota over 1TB gives error.
2135335, 2135927 Spelling error in patch installation message.
2142502, 2136662 After deleting a primary NFS share and then creating a new file system and share, the client still shows the first (deleted) share.
2143834, 2145851 Can't enable quota for some file system if the quota value equals 1TB.
2148635, 2148648 Network IP rule not created for bond0.10 device.
2147932, 2148665 Network Lock Manager (NLM) RPC tasks consume a lot of memory.
2156191, 2161145 Unable to join domain if there is a blank space in the password for the domain user.
2197522, 2200363 The kernel swap daemon (kswapd) hogs CPU time under load.
2235571, 2235572 When DST moved part of the files, the moving is interrupted.

IV. KNOWN ISSUES:
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2189964, 2189965 

Symptom:
With Microsoft Windows 7, you cannot access a CIFS shared file system after the share is split. 

Description:
In Microsoft Windows 7, if you access a CIFS share and split the share. You cannot access the share again because Windows 7 caches the out-of-date access information.

Workaround:
Logout of Windows 7, then log back in to fix the issue.



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