Veritas™ Cluster Server 6.0.1 Release Notes - Linux


Veritas™ Cluster Server 6.0.1 Release Notes - Linux


1. Veritas Cluster Server Release Notes
About this document
Component product release notes
About Veritas Cluster Server
About VCS agents
About Symantec Operations Readiness Tools
Important release information
Changes introduced in VCS 6.0.1
New versioning process for SFHA Solutions products
New directory location for the documentation on the software media
Changes related to installation and upgrades
Attributes introduced in VCS 6.0.1
Changes related to virtualization support in VCS 6.0.1
Changes to VCS bundled agents
Changes related to IMF
Changes to the VCS engine
Changes to LLT
VCS system requirements
Hardware compatibility list
Supported Linux operating systems
Supported Linux virtualization technologies in VCS 6.0.1
Supported software for VCS
Supported enterprise agents
No longer supported
No longer supported agents and components
Deprecated attributes
VCS: Issues fixed in 6.0.1
LLT, GAB, and I/O fencing fixed issues in 6.0.1
Bundled agents fixed issues in 6.0.1
VCS engine fixed issues in 6.0.1
Installation related fixed issues in 6.0.2
Enterprise agents fixed issues in 6.0.1
Agent framework fixed issues in 6.0.1
Veritas Cluster Server: Issues fixed in 6.0 RP1
Known issues
Stale NFS file handle on the client across failover of a VCS service group containing LVMLogicalVolume resource (2016627)
NFS cluster I/O fails when storage is disabled [2555662]
Issues related to installing and upgrading VCS
Operational issues for VCS
Issues related to the VCS engine
Issues related to the bundled agents
Issues related to the VCS database agents
Issues related to the agent framework
Issues related to global clusters
LLT known issues
GAB known issues
I/O fencing known issues
Veritas Cluster Server agents for Veritas Volume Replicator known issues
Issues related to Intelligent Monitoring Framework (IMF)
VCS 5.0.1 Rolling Patch 1 known issues
Issues related to the Cluster Manager (Java Console)
Issues related to virtualization
Software limitations
Limitations related to installing and upgrading VCS
Limitations related to bundled agents
Limitations related to IMF
Agent directory base name must be type name for an agent using out-of-the-box imf_init IMF entry point to get IMF support [2858160]
Limitations related to the VCS database agents
Security-Enhanced Linux is not supported on SLES distributions
Systems in a cluster must have same system locale setting
VxVM site for the disk group remains detached after node reboot in campus clusters with fire drill [1919317]
Limitations with DiskGroupSnap agent [1919329]
System reboot after panic
Host on RHEV-M and actual host must match [2827219]
Cluster Manager (Java console) limitations
Limitations related to I/O fencing
Limitations related to global clusters
Documentation set
Manual pages

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