|April 2023 release notes|
|Ubuntu Bionic (18.04 LTS) early release To provide an opportunity for testing hardware, the push deployment of Ubuntu 18.04 LTS to devices is being withheld from April 3 through April 7, 2023. During this week, you'll have the opportunity to manually install or upgrade a sample of your devices to verify hardware compatibility with Ubuntu Bionic. For instructions on performing a manual upgrade, see 360Recover – Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic ) Early Release|
Recovery Center 1.10.0 - Apr 25 2023
- Added support for Test vs Live mode recovery for all recovery types
- Added DRAL Heartbeat to signal cloud backend when snapshots are in use remotely
- Added support for recovery of native 4K disk volumes.
- Added configuration file option to disable GPU rendering for problematic video adapters
- Added configuration file option to change TCP ports used by Recovery Center for coexistence with third party iSCSI servers
Note: It is not possible to use Local Cache with a Live Mode recovery operation.
See Recovery Center live mode for details.
- Fixed issue with UI freezing (busy) when checking Local Cache credentials.
- Fixed issue with Recovery Center unable to stop or delete running sessions if backend snapshot has been deleted.
See the Recovery Center User Guide for complete details on using Recovery Center.
Added support for Live mode recovery for all recovery types
x360Recover Manager (RMC) 4.47 - Apr 18 2023
Enhanced navigation with new link to Road Map
x360Recover 12.1.0 - Apr 10 2023
|x360Recover Release Information|
|Targeted release starting April 10 2023|
x360Recover 12.1.0 is a feature release focused on upgrading to Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic) along with general hardening and bug fixes.
New features include support for managing Linux agent settings via the web UI (agent orchestration) and adding an option to uninstall agents remotely using the Web UI.
- Perform Ubuntu operating system upgrade from Xenial (16.04 LTS) to Bionic (18.04 LTS)
- Agent orchestration now supports managing basic settings for Linux agents.
- Analysis Tool for Linux agents can be launched from the web UI.
- Agent orchestration now supports remotely uninstalling the agent (Linux and Windows).
- Fixed issue with empty summary of results for Cloud AutoVerify.
- Fixed a rare bug throwing errors during provisioning of a device.
- Fixed an issue where P2V fails on Live VM snapshot if it was previously shut down.
- Fixed an issue where pausing a backup job caused immediate restarting.
- Fixed several issues with long running replication jobs.
- Fixed missing support for password-encrypted protected systems via DRAL (Recovery Center) on appliances.
- Fixed missing smart recovery metadata for Linux protected systems.
- Fixed BootVM notifications not being sent for appliances and vaults.
- Added logging improvements for better Support team troubleshooting.
- Fixed issues where user cannot stop a seeding job after 10% has been completed.
- Fixed issues with incorrectly handled ConnectWise notifications for BootVM results.
- Removed meaningless ‘CPUs Available’ label when virtualizing.
Upgrade to Ubuntu Bionic (18.04 LTS)
The upgrade (to release 12.1.0 with the OS upgrade to Ubuntu Bionic) is expected to take some time.
Axcient will be releasing the upgrade in small batches to allow our support team to monitor the upgrade process and to respond to any issues encountered while upgrading devices.
We anticipate this upgrade to progress from January through March so it may be some time before your devices are targeted for automatic update.
What if I need the update sooner?
Partners who are eager to upgrade their devices immediately have two options
1. Install from ISO
The x360Recover ISO installation image has been updated to the 12.0.0 release. Newly installed systems will be deployed natively on the Ubuntu 18.04 LTS release
2. Perform a manual OS upgrade
A manual command-line option is available to individually perform the software upgrade on each x360Recover device.
Note: You can only upgrade by one major release version at a time. If your unit is running 10.x.x. then you must first upgrade to 11.0.0, then repeat the process to upgrade to 12.0.0
First, the x360Recover application update will be installed. This part of the upgrade normally takes 20-30 minutes to complete and will reboot the device.
Then, after the device has been updated to version 12.0.0 (or later), the Ubuntu OS upgrade will commence after the reboot. The OS upgrade may take 3-4 hours to complete depending on the underlying system performance. The system may reboot one or more times during the OS upgrade.
X360Recover services will be disabled during the upgrade. Backups and replication will not occur. You may monitor the OS upgrade progress from the device Web UI.
Perform an OS recovery
If something has gone wrong with the upgrade (either during the automatic upgrade cycle or during a manual software upgrade), you can perform an OS upgrade.
The OS upgrade process involves (a) reloading the operating system volume of the device from ISO image and then (b) performing a recovery operation to restore the original identity and data from the previous installation.
Note: You CANNOT perform an OS recovery on any single disk / Nano-style deployment of x360Recover. This is because installation from ISO wipes all data from the first disk in the system and reinstalls the operating system. Any data on a single-disk deployment will be destroyed. OS recover relies on the data being stored separately from the OS disk in the system
IMPORTANT: Before beginning an OS recovery, you must retrieve the rbas encryption api key from the system before reloading the device from ISO.
To do this, copy and save the contents of the file /etc/replibit/rbas_api_auth_token .
You will be asked to provide this rbas encryption key during the recovery process
Once you have retrieved the rbas api key, refer to the following article for instructions on performing an OS Recovery: How to Perform an OS Recovery
Perform Ubuntu operating system upgrade from Xenial (16.04 LTS) to Bionic (18.04 LTS)