6.5.6 Late Breaking News


The Late Breaking News Bulletin has been created in order to provide customers updates on Documentation and Known Issues discovered post release.  These documents attempt to highlight the most 'common' known issues and concerns reported by customers.  The available Late Breaking News items are below:


General Documentation:
Veritas NetBackup (tm) 5.x to NetBackup 6.5 Upgrade Guide

6.5.6 Documentation Updates:

Known Issues:

 (ET2086686) Trying to backup a new win 2008 R2 getting partially successful with status code 1 can't open file: System State:\Automated System Recovery\BCD\BCD (WIN32 536935992: Unknown error)
6.5.6 Downloadable Fix: http://www.veritas.com/docs/TECH152708

(ET2091959) Windows client exclude list not honored on shared drive of Microsoft Cluster following upgrade to 6.5.6/7.0.1.
6.5.6 Downloadable Fix: http://www.veritas.com/docs/TECH152708 

(ET2137219)   BUG REPORT: Nbpem memory leak with NetBackup 6.5.6.
(ET2071154) In NetBackup 6.5.6, FlashBackups taken of certain Windows mount points will not be backed up and will not be available for restore.
(ET2035833)   When using FlashBackup-Windows policies, attempts to restore a compressed Microsoft Outlook personal folder file (*.pst) will fail with status code 5 reported, although no error was reported when the file was backed up.
6.5.6 Downloadable Fix:  http://www.veritas.com/docs/TECH135709
(ET2138445) At NetBackup versions 6.5.6 and 7.0.1, the display of date and times in the Java console has changed.
6.5.6 Downloadable Fix:  http://www.veritas.com/docs/TECH143778
Issues with frozen tapes: "read error on media, physical end of the tape has been reached

(ET2073042) Issues resolved in the EEB package for Storage Lifecycle Policies (SLP) and Disk expiration (DSSU) in NetBackup 6.5.6

 (ET2085566) BUG REPORT: After an update of the OpenStorage (OST) plug-in to version, NetBackup may report status code 129 and "EMM status: Insufficient disk space or High Water Mark would be exceeded Disk storage unit is full(129)" more frequently due to a change in the method of calculation of free space on the storage unit.
Downloadable Fix: http://www.veritas.com/docs/TECH147402

(ET1996352) BUG REPORT: SharePoint Recovery Assistant (SPSRecoveryAsst.exe) crashes when attempting to recover Web Application.

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