A new Day 0 Linux Grub Vulnerability has been identified which allows an attacker to bypass security and potentially take control of the system.
The process is quite simple however there are a few optional parameters you will want to use to ensure your disk is aligned correctly
When converting a system from 7-mode to Clustered Data Ontap, there are a few steps that need to be done. You can find the process in my article:
What is an RCF file ? An RCF file stands for Reference Configuration File and contains a basic certified configuration for the Netapp CN1610 intercluster switches
Veeam and Netapp Replication Bug 52968
Last week we came across an issue where Veeam Backup and Replication Update 3 was unable to find Netapp snapmirror or snapvault relationships for the specific job that was running. The specific warning within the job window was:
Netapp Clustered Data Ontap 8.3.2 RC1
Today Netapp announced the release of Clustered Data Ontap 8.3.2 RC1
Veeam Backup and VMware ESXi 6 CBT issue
Last week an issue was discovered within VMware ESXi 6 where by Change Block Tracking (CBT) can return incorrect changed blocks . This means you will end up with inconsistent incremental backups.
Netapp Announces General Availability of Data Ontap 8.2.4
Netapp has now released Data Ontap 8.2.4 as GA. This version of Data Ontap is supported on 7-mode as well as C-mode
Vcloud Director – Transfer Spooling Area is not writable If you have your vcloud director cells setup to use shared NFS storage and you do not have the correct permissions on the mount point folder, […]