VERITAS Volume Replicator (tm) 3.0 for Windows 2000 Hotfix03 - English

Article:TECH22062  |  Created: 2002-01-12  |  Updated: 2004-01-01  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH22062
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Technical Solution

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VERITAS Volume Replicator (tm) 3.0 for Windows 2000 Hotfix03 - English

Solution



Please refer to the Support Web site http://support.veritas.com  for the latest information about VERITAS Volume Replicator 3.0 for Windows 2000 and associated hotfixes and service packs.

Issues addressed in this hotfix are listed at the bottom of this TechFile. VERITAS Volume Manager 3.0 for Windows 2000 Service Pack 1 is required to be installed prior to installing this hotfix. Please review the Volume Replicator Readme for additional instructions on installing and uninstalling the hotfix, and for more details on the issues addressed by this hotfix.

Use the following steps to download and extract this hotfix:

1. Scroll to the bottom of this TechFile and click Download Now
2. When prompted, select Save This Program To Disk and click OK.
3. At the next screen, select a location to save the file and click Save.
4. After the download completes, click Open to open the VERITAS Self-Extractor. Optionally, click Close if you prefer to extract the file at a later time. When you are ready to extract it, navigate to the location where it was saved and double-click the file to open the VERITAS Self-Extractor.
5. Select a location to save the extracted files, and then extract the contents by clicking the Extract button
The package contains the following files:
    Package ID
    Volume Manager Readme
    VERITAS Volume Replicator Readme
    The Hotfix installation file, VMW2K30HF03b.msi.

6. Click OK at the message "All files have been extracted." The Volume Replicator Readme will open automatically. View the Readme for installation and uninstallation instructions, and for issues addressed in this hotfix.

Attachments

VVR2K30HF03_250533.exe (6.2 MBytes)

Supplemental Materials

SourceiTools
Value85006
DescriptionWhile Synchronous replication was occuring, the secondary would toggle between connected and disconnected state.

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Value89881
DescriptionInvalid error message displayed when the primary RVG is stopped while replication is occuring.

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Value97260
DescriptionOfflining the RVG resource in a MSCS cluster set up fails to stop the primary RVG.

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Value97666
DescriptionA RVG in a failed state cannot be stopped.

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Value98183
DescriptionRecovery of Mirrored Striped volumes which are under a RVG fails after disk group deport and import.

SourceiTools
Value98425
DescriptionA Migrate operation, followed by a Takeover operation and deport of the disk group on the new primary caused the the secondary host to crash with stop code 0x1E

SourceiTools
Value98767
DescriptionUnder heavy I/O, a primary host that has a RVG made up of Mirrored Striped data and SRL volumes crashes with BAD_POOl_CALLER.

SourceiTools
Value99488
DescriptionWith the primary clustered, attaching the secondary may cause the secondary RVG to go into a configuration error state.

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Value100503
DescriptionSystem crashes when a disk containing a non-mirrored DCM is offlined while autosync of the secondary was in progress and a Rescan was done.

SourceiTools
Value100504
DescriptionAssociating a volume using vxrvg assoc command does not disallow RAID-5 volume

SourceiTools
Value100643
DescriptionSecondary may crash with STOP 0x1E error after a migrate operation is done.

SourceiTools
Value101603
DescriptionA Primary host having all Mirrored Striped volumes in the RVG would crash with stop code 0xD1 during heavy write operations.

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Value102537
Descriptionvxrlink recover fails to recover an unrecovered rlink.

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Value102734
DescriptionCreation of a single plex DCM not allowed.


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250533


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