x360Recover 10.19.1 - August 9 2022

Written By Tami Sutcliffe (Super Administrator)

Updated at August 4th, 2022


    x360Recover 10.19.1

 Release Date:

    August 9 2022  

Release overview

x360Recover 10.19.1 is a maintenance release focused on product hardening to eliminate partner facing bugs. This release also begins preparations for Ubuntu Bionic and the x360Recover agent for Linux.  

Summary of new features

  • Added the host name of the appliance/vault to the bottom of the left menu for easier identification 
  • Synced additional data to GMP to facilitate backup radar integration with Direct-to-Cloud (D2C)
  • Extended backend support for backup integrity checking for Linux file systems
  • Extended support for using NVME disks in single disk / Nano appliance deployments

 Summary of bug fixes

  • Fixed a bug preventing Recovery Center from accessing appliance protected systems with passwords
  • Remediated some backup failure cases by retrying backup integrity checks on first failure
  • Fixed issue with some D2C protected systems missing backups under heavy server load
  • Fixed issue with AutoVerify where it is unable to run on systems with 8GB of memory
  • Fixed issue preventing a network recovery job from resuming automatically on appliance reboot
  • Fixed issue with recovering historical disk volumes not present on the most recent backup
  • Fixed issue blocking continued replication if time zone is changed on appliance or vault

Recovery Center for appliances

Beginning with x360Recover 10.18.0 and newer, you can access protected systems on local appliances by using Recovery Center.

Using Recovery Center to work with protected systems on local appliances allows:

  • instant virtualization on Hyper-V for appliance protected systems
  • additional options for file and folder recovery
  •  virtual disk exports from appliance protected systems

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

Auto Update Best Practices

We recommend that you Enable Auto Update on the Settings -> Update Manager page on each of your x360Recover devices. 

We also recommend that you enable Auto-Enable Remote Assist When Upgrading so that remote access will be available to our development team should something go wrong with your upgrade.

  • This will ensure that your x360Recover devices are updated with the latest software enhancements in a timely fashion, and that the Support team will have a short window of time to access and repair any troublesome devices without requiring user intervention.


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