2022 Release Notes - x360Recover

For: Direct-to-Cloud (D2C), Manager (RMC), BDR Agent, Virtual Office


May 2022 release notes    2021 Release Notes

x360Recover 10.18.0 - May 24 2022  [Click to expand...]


    x360Recover v10.18.0

 Release Date:

    May 24 2022 

Release Overview

x360Recover 10.18.0 is a maintenance release focused on product hardening and eliminating partner facing bugs.

Summary of features

Disaster recovery access layer integration with appliances to support Recovery Center 

Summary of bug fixes

  • Fixed issue with web socket timeout causing file download issues when accessing devices via Recover Manager proxy
  • Fixed wrong snapshot name when mounting snapshots for 12 Noon
  • Fixed issue with sending garbage data to snapshot database if replication fails
  • Fixed issue with appliance hostname not being updated when changed in email alerts
  • Removed fixed ZFS maximum arc cache limits to allow native defaults instead
  • Fixed issue causing out-of-memory errors on some Axcient-hosted Management Portal instances

Recovery Center for local appliances

Beginning with x360Recover 10.18.0 and newer, you can now access protected systems on local appliances, using the Axcient Recovery Center.  This will allow for instant virtualization on Hyper-V for appliance protected systems. You will also have additional options for file and folder recovery and for virtual disk exports from appliance protected systems. 

For complete details on using Recovery Center, see the Recovery Center User Guide.

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Access to protected systems on local appliances is available in this release, using the Axcient Recovery Center

Recovery Center 1.8.0 - May 18 2022 


    Recovery Center for x360Recover Direct-to-Cloud (D2C) 

   Version    1.8.0

 Release Date:

    May 18 2022 

Release overview

Recovery Center 1.8.0 is a maintenance release. The primary purpose of this release is to provide bug fixes and improve user friendliness.

Summary of feature enhancements
  • Mounted file systems when running file and folder recovery are now read/write
  • Protected system passwords are now recognized and supported
  • Analysis Tool has been updated
Summary of bug fixes
  • Fixed size calculation of dynamic disks when performing file and folder recovery
  • A friendly error message is displayed if a network share fails to open because another connection exists
  • Fixed issue rendering MBR disks that are not 64K aligned
  • Fixed missing time stamps in the Recovery Center service logs

Use Recovery Center with appliance endpoints

Recovery Center 1.7.0+  implements support for working with protected system data on appliances running 10.18.0+.  

This feature allows users to leverage local appliance backups (instead of local cache) for high-speed recovery of virtual disks or Hyper-V virtual machines

See the Recovery Center User Guide for complete details 



Use local appliance backups (instead of local cache) for high-speed recovery of virtual disks or Hyper-V virtual machines 

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