Recovery Solution 6.2.2801 (6.2 SP3) hotfixes and known issues

Article:TECH41465  |  Created: 2009-02-20  |  Updated: 2012-05-03  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH41465
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What are the HotFixes and Known issues for Recovery Solution 6.2.2801 (6.2 SP3)?


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Recovery Solution 6.2.2801 (6.2 SP3) Hotfixes

This article contains links to all of the hotfixes released for Recovery Solution 6.2.2801 (SP3). Subscribe to this article to be notified about all updates and additional hotfixes added in the future. Some of the hotfixes below are accumulative hotfixes.

  • Recovery Solution 6.2 SP3 Release Notes: 44226
  • Recovery Solution 6.2 SP3 Reference Guide
  • Recovery Solution Best Practices: 26764
  • Recovery Solution supportability dates: HOWTO21450
  • Recovery Solution Troubleshooting Help and Recovery Solution Diagnostics: 17465
  • UPDATED! Altiris® Recovery Solution™ Advanced Technical Training Schedule: 33265

Description of hotfix severities

Critical
A Critical severity hotfix is a major bug in the solution which applies to all environments and configurations. It can cause major interruptions to the system.

Medium
A Medium severity hotfix applies to most environments and configuration but the impact of this is minor and only causes minimal impact to the solution. Normally an Agent side fix only.

Low
A Low severity hotfix is a one-off fix to resolve a very minor issue in a very unique environment and/or configuration, this does not apply to everyone and before applying make sure that the root cause and configuration is exactly the same.
  

Recovery Solution 6.2.2801—Server (Severity: Medium)

Article 45677, "Unsigned ActiveX control for Full System Recovery (FSR) Wizard"

Recovery Solution 6.2.2801—Server (Severity: Medium)

Article 44931, "Notification Server application identity change causes Recovery Solution Agent installation errors and can lockout Notification Server app.identity user account"

Recovery Solution 6.2.2801—Server (Severity: Medium)

Article 45825, "Recovery Solution Server Job Report"

Recovery Solution 6.2.2801—Server (Severity: Medium)

Article 45826, "Progress Monitor for Server Space Management Job of Recovery Solution Server"

Recovery Solution 6.2.2801—Server (Severity: High)

Article 47276, "Revision corruption causes SSM to hang"

Recovery Solution 6.2.2801—Client (Severity: Medium)

Article 48152, "Recovery Solution Agent 6.2 SP3 package with FSR info collection crash fix"

Recovery Solution 6.2.2801—Client (Severity: High)

Article 48492, "RS 6.2.2801 - DTF gets recreated after each SSM" 

Recovery Solution 6.2.2801—Server (Severity: High)

Article 48955, "RS 6.2.2801 - Synchronous storage groups cause deadlock. Vault stops any activities."

Recovery Solution 6.2.2801—Server (Severity: High)

Article 52365, "RS 6.2.2801 - Memory corruption causing Vault to crash. Less snapshots running util Vault is restarted." 

Recovery Solution 6.2.2801—Client (Severity: Medium)

Article TECH145423, "It is possible to restore files with drag-n-drop on Vista even if restore right is not granted"

Recovery Solution 6.2.2801—Client (Severity: Medium)

Article TECH146284, "Snapshot speed throttling appear not to be working"

Recovery Solution 6.2.2801—Server (Severity: High)

Article TECH148141, "RS Server service crash during SSM job due to the memory corruption"

Recovery Solution 6.2.2801—Server (Severity: High)

Article TECH187980, "SSM job fails with arithmetic overflow error"

  




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