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Installation discovery fails when using account nested in Domain Local scoped security group.
Doc. ID: TECH187182 | 2013-11-27
Task history in VEA Console reports PKST time zone even though UTC time zone is used
Doc. ID: TECH212621 | 2013-11-22
Software Compatibility List (SCL) for Veritas Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions 6.0 and 6.0.1 for Windows and Veritas Cluster Server 6.0 and 6.0.1 for Windows
Doc. ID: TECH153742 | 2013-11-22
Software Compatibility List (SCL) for Veritas Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions 6.0.2 for Windows and Veritas Cluster Server 6.0.2 for Windows
Doc. ID: TECH201485 | 2013-11-22
If a volume is unmounted during a "Subdisk Move" operation; the task may complete abnormally, resulting in the volume reporting data corruption and may report the Filesystem as RAW
Doc. ID: TECH203120 | 2013-11-07
V-76-58645-578 Error is returned when trying to extend a volume in Veritas Storage Foundation for Windows
Doc. ID: TECH168719 | 2013-11-04
When Veritas Storage Foundation MPIO DSMs are configured in active/active mode with more than two paths, the loss of the path which is the SCSI reservation holder will not cause a path failover.
Doc. ID: TECH48927 | 2013-11-04
'The Open Procedure for service "vxio" in DLL "C:\Program Files\VERITAS\VERITAS Volume Manager 4.x\providers\vmperf.dll" failed. Performance data for this service will not be available…” appears in the Windows Event Viewer – SFW.
Doc. ID: TECH48076 | 2013-11-04
V-76-58645-578 "The file system limits the resize operation to a maximum of 1.9 TB at a time. To increase the volume size by more than 1.9 TB, repeat the resize command, adding by 1.9 TB or less" appears in Veritas Storage Foundation for Windows.
Doc. ID: TECH44585 | 2013-11-04
When using SFW or SFW HA, growing a volume within VEA in some cases does not grow the file system accordingly. Volume size in VEA is updated to the new expanded size but the volume size showing in Windows Explorer shows the old value.
Doc. ID: TECH49463 | 2013-11-04
When adding a Storage Foundation for Windows (SFW) 5.1 (SP1 or SP2) basic disk to a Logical Disk Management (LDM) dynamic disk group, or creating LDM dynamic disk group from those disks, this error might occur: Warning V-40-32775-87, Invalid arguments.
Doc. ID: TECH77206 | 2013-11-04
The SFW-HA 5.1 Veritas Cluster Configuration Wizard (VCW) fails to recognize network interface cards (NICs) when NIC teaming is configured. The error reports, 'No network card for public NIC configuration was found'.
Doc. ID: TECH65667 | 2013-11-04
The Windows Failover Cluster (WFC) Management Console displays incorrect volume information for Storage Foundation for Windows (SFW) 5.1 SP1 volumes that do not have a drive letter assigned.
Doc. ID: TECH136938 | 2013-11-04
When an existing Enterprise Vault (EV) server is converted to Windows 2008 R2 Failover Cluster using EV's Convert to Cluster wizard, the wizard does not remove the existing LanmanServer Shares and causes VMDG resource to fail coming online (times out).
Doc. ID: TECH153027 | 2013-11-04
When replicating data using the VVR option in SFW 5.0 RP1a, a server crash (BSOD) or hang can occur when replication attempts to reinitialize following an outage.
Doc. ID: TECH73880 | 2013-11-04
Cumulative Hotfix to address all known MSCS related issues when running Storage Foundation for Windows (SFW) 4.3 in a Microsoft Cluster (MSCS) on Windows Server 2003.
Doc. ID: TECH73450 | 2013-11-04
The RHS.exe process in a Windows Server 2008 Failover Cluster (WFC) crashes unexpectedly running Storage Foundation for Windows (SFW) 5.1 SP1. The crash dump output and information in the Application Event Log point to vxres.dll as the possible cause.
Doc. ID: TECH136834 | 2013-11-04
V-16-13-2832 " The domain name contains an underscore (_) or an extended or a unicode character. MS DNS servers allow these characters in the DNS records. However, other DNS server products may not" appears in SFW HA - Database Agent for MS Exchange
Doc. ID: TECH52331 | 2013-11-04
Changing the drive letter or mount point for a Storage Foundation for Windows (SFW) Volume that is part of a VMDg resource managed by MS Cluster Server (MSCS) does not update the drive letter or mount point on other nodes in the cluster upon failover.
Doc. ID: TECH59986 | 2013-11-04
After reboot, Storage Foundation for Windows (SFW) 5.1 Dynamic Secondary disk groups do not auto-import if they contain Veritas Volume Replicator (VVR) objects. Windows System log file has entries regarding vxboot and duplicate virtual device numbers.
Doc. ID: TECH67630 | 2013-11-04