NetWorker 8.2.2.5 update release

24/02/2016
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The fifth cumulative hotfix release for those who are using NetWorker version 8.2 SP2.
Please note that this cumulative hot fix can be installed as fresh installation or upgrade installation.

It is NetWorker 8.2.2.5 Build 978

Cumulative hotfix in NetWorker 8.2.2.5 includes generally the following fixes:

NetWorker

248826 NMSAP for Solaris is taking windows module license when virtual client is set to yes in client resource
Solution either could not be found or is not available for viewing!

246782 NW client/server cores on Solaris M-architecture
Solution either could not be found or is not available for viewing!

245854 NetApp CAB NDMP redirected restore fails
Solution either could not be found or is not available for viewing!

179169 (NW155630) Unable to perform a new operation when a client push operation encouters runtime error or exception
Solution either could not be found or is not available for viewing!

NW_Console (NMC)

248858 25246 gstclreport returns "null" followed by usage when -C Status is used
Solution either could not be found or is not available for viewing!

If you need a specific OS binary of this release, then make contact with EMC Technical support, 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/8.2/8.2.2.5/

Along with this version of NetWorker a new Cumulative Hotfix for NetWorker Module for Microsoft has been released.
This release of NMM 8.2.2.5 can be downloaded from: ftp://ftp.legato.com/pub/NetWorker/NMM/Cumulative_Hotfixes/8.2.2/8.2.2.5

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

One Response to NetWorker 8.2.2.5 update release

  1. AndiL on 24/02/2016 at 13:43

    Why do they still donĀ“t get the check summs right.
    The check summ file is the oldest one in the directory.
    Furthermore they should publish them on support.emc.com only.
    The only thing what calms me down is that a serious hacker would care for a correct checksum.

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