NetWorker 7.6.1.4 update release

16/03/2011
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Here is the softener release before the grand release of SP2!

This is the fourth cumulative hotfix release for those who are using NetWorker version 7.6 SP1.
Please note that this cumulative hot fix can be installed as fresh installation or upgrade installation.

It is release 7.6.1.4, Build 459.

If you are wondering why should you update your version of NetWorker.
Or with other words, what is fixed in this release?

Cumulative hotfix 7.6.1.4 includes the following new fixes:

NW117166 VCB backup does not clear mount used with variable setting for PREEXISTING_MOUNTPOINT=delete or CB_PREEXISTING_SNAPSHOT=delete with VCB_TRANSPORT_MODE=san.
https://solutions.emc.com/emcsolutionview.asp?id=esg117359

NW115029 Backup failure with saveset as All does not specify snap policy should be specified as All.
Couldn’t find the incident link on Powerlink.

NW123859 Exchange recoveries are failing after performing nsrclone disaster decovery.
Couldn’t find the incident link on Powerlink.

NW126159 nmda Lotus: Client side DD Boost does not work on Solaris Sparc 32bit.
Couldn’t find the incident link on Powerlink.

NW117326 AIX: Incorrect inquire reporting.
https://solutions.emc.com/emcsolutionview.asp?id=esg119159

NW126118 nsrmmd: operations fail with bad peer application ID = 0.
https://solutions.emc.com/emcsolutionview.asp?id=esg119836

NW126223 nsrexecd: message send attempted after channel destroyed.
Couldn’t find the incident link on Powerlink.

NW125997 nsrexecd: client’s daemon.raw flooded with "An operation was attempted on something that is not a socket" message.
Couldn’t find the incident link on Powerlink.

NW125558 nsrexecd: cores on solaris server while backing up VM clients.
Couldn’t find the incident link on Powerlink.

NW121884 save -N savesetname containing :\ cannot be recovered on Unix platform.
https://solutions.emc.com/emcsolutionview.asp?id=esg120207

NW123797 save failed to gather extended attribute values on MAC OS X 10.6.
https://solutions.emc.com/emcsolutionview.asp?id=esg118655

NW124909 savegroup: restart does not honour original schedule on second restart.
https://solutions.emc.com/emcsolutionview.asp?id=esg120314

NW126114 savegroup: restart window can not be more than 24 hours.
Couldn’t find the incident link on Powerlink.

NW124347 clientpush: nsrrcopy2 inherits user, group id when client is updated via nsrpush on a NetWorker 7.6.1 rtm server.
Couldn’t find the incident link on Powerlink.

NW116397 nsrd: slow to startup due to DNS problems.
https://solutions.emc.com/emcsolutionview.asp?id=esg115535

NW125339 nsrd: emits "Unable to render the following message: Memory Log Framework in nsrsvc_run." errors.
https://solutions.emc.com/emcsolutionview.asp?id=esg120050

LGTsc17739 nsrd: search against existing aliases before creating a new server self-client.
https://solutions.emc.com/emcsolutionview.asp?id=esg118816

If you need a specific OS binary of this release, then you can ask EMC support team through the email, or by the “Live Chat” from the EMC Powerlink site, and they will for sure give you the right thing you need.

These packages are also available at: ftp://ftp.legato.com/pub/NetWorker/Cumulative_Hotfixes/7.6

After downloading the necessary binary, make sure it is the good build!

6 Responses to NetWorker 7.6.1.4 update release

  1. Moab on 22/04/2011 at 11:03

    Hi itsme,

    How are you there? Well, is it my first vacation since 2 years, so 3 weeks vacation is really needed for me..:-D
    Every company would had some dark periods in her history, EMC is not an exception,
    especially if the company (like EMC) try to support multi-platform, -applications, -etc.
    From my beta tests experience for the new major updates for the backup software (like NW 7.6 SP2, NMM 2.3 with Data Domain) it is becoming more interesting product. You can ask EMC for the RA release of the products.
    Please see the following link: (http://nsrd.moab.be/2011/04/16/announcing-major-updates-to-emc-backup-software).
    Now back to my last days of the short vacation…;-)

  2. itsme on 21/04/2011 at 12:51

    moab, what a long vacation you have! i hope it’s been relaxing. now get to work and put 7.6.1.5 update up there. i hear SP2 is out too. should i bite? you know history recorded a very dark period when 7.4.5 was released. it was a very bad release. what’s with all the small releases sub 7.6.1? i guess it’s good that problems are being fixed quickly but does it indicate some sort of a disarray? how much of a scramble will it be for them if SP2 is broken? i’m just shy because i had a bad taste with 7.4.5 and i know it was a long time ago, but still.

    it’s ok for a small site to tolerate problems but when backing up terabytes daily, it’s harder.

  3. Moab on 07/04/2011 at 17:55

    Yes you are write.
    I’m just on vacation, sorry for the delay…;-)

  4. itsme on 07/04/2011 at 14:19

    Moab,

    7.6.1.5 is just out

  5. Moab on 17/03/2011 at 22:25

    Hi,
    I’m happy it was a good help.
    According to the schedule, SP2 should be release in April!

  6. itsme on 17/03/2011 at 21:09

    you’re a saint. For some reason, I can’t find these release notes on powerlink. i’m anxiously await SP2