Storage Foundation for UNIX/Linux Software Alerts prior to July 31, 2010

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This article contains a list of previously delivered Software Alerts for this product (July 31, 2010 and prior).


VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM) Dynamic MultiPathing (DMP) paths go into quiesced state when a path becomes disabled due to an external event and then gets enabled again.
old Doc. ID: 351758  05/03/2010


When 5.1 Patch 1 (P1) is remotely installed on a Solaris 10 system that is being upgraded, the upgraded system enters maintenance mode when the system is booted
old Doc. ID: 340899  02/08/2010


Perl dependency errors installing Veritas File System (VxFS) 5.1 for Linux on RHEL5
old Doc. ID: 340904  01/27/2010


System Panic with Veritas File System (VxFS) and Hitachi Dynamic Link Manager (HDLM) 6.1.0-00 for HP-UX 11i v1 and 11i v2 without Logical Volume Manager (LVM)
old Doc. ID: 340090  01/11/2010


Veritas File Systems with Disk Layout Version 4 or Version 5 Cannot be Mounted or Upgraded with Veritas File System Release 5.1
old Doc. ID: 339064  12/30/2009


Security Advisory SYM09-017 with Symantec Veritas products that contain the VRTSweb component
old Doc. ID: 337115  12/17/2009


Security Advisory SYM09-017 Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions patches for UNIX and Linux
old Doc. ID: 337930  12/10/2009


After upgrading Volume Manager to 5.0 MP3RP1, 5.0MP3RP2, or 5.0MP3RP3, and either "vxdg flush" or "vxdisk flush" is run, the potential exists to corrupt eight sectors of public data when using the cdsdisk format.
old Doc. ID: 336707  11/05/2009


Installation of RP2 on 5.0MP3 for Linux platform may result in the VCS Application agent improperly functioning if a space is present in the Process monitor string attribute of "".
old Doc. ID: 330558  10/19/2009

vxsvc dumps core due to memory allocation failure
old Doc. ID: 271296  10/12/2004

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