2010-11-18 08:23 AM
|Features of This Release|
SnapDrive 6.2.1 for Windows is an update to SnapDrive 6.2 and includes fixes for the following bugs:
SnapDrive 6.2.1 for Windows continues to support the following major new and enhanced features introduced in SnapDrive 6.2 for Windows:
SnapDrive 6.2.1 currently has the following limitations:
Considerations when using Microsoft iSCSI Software Initiator include the following:
2010-11-18 09:25 AM
I have a few questions regarding Snapdrive.
1. I don't see SnapDrive 6.3 for Windows listed under the software change logs. Is this because it's not ready for release to the masses?
2. If we're running SnapDrive 6.2 for Windows, should we upgrade to SnapDrive 6.2.1 or SnapDrive 6.3 w/P1?
3. What are the major differences between 6.2 and 6.3?
2010-11-18 12:53 PM
SDW 6.3 was just release and is still in "First Customer Shipped" status as opposed to 6.2.1 which is official "GA" .
There would be no reason to upgrade to 6.3 p1 unless you were looking for a specific burt fix or functionality.
Major difference between 6.3 would be the integration with VSC (aka SMVI) , SMSQL, and NFS datastores.
SnapDrive 6.3 for Windows includes the following major new and enhanced features:
If you need any of this then you would need to upgrade, otherwise I would stick with 6.2.1 for the burt fixes available.