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Wanted to get everyone's take on whether to deploy NetApp's "recommended" release of a version of OnTAP or the "latest" release. Here's my dilemma: I have a scheduled patch planned for Wednesday night to go from 9.3P10 to 9.3P15. I just noticed that 9.3P16 was released on Friday and read notes on various bugs fixes. A few of them could apply to us at some point, but I'm nervous about deploying a patch that is this new. Any suggestions?
Thanks @AvivDeg ! I actually can't go above 9.3 at the moment as we are still using SnapManager for SQL, which isn't supported on 9.4 or above. After we switch to SnapCenter over the next few months, I will upgrading to 9.4 and then 9.5.