Beklenen Pach sonunda çıktı.Gelen U1 le birlikte artık Vsphere 6.5 desteği geldi ayrıca DD OS 6.0,3Par,Hp Storeone gibi bir çok özellik ve çözüm U1 le hizmete sunuldu.
Please confirm you are running version 188.8.131.520, 184.108.40.2061 or 220.127.116.112 prior to installing this update. You can check this under Help | About in Veeam Backup & Replication console. After upgrading, your build will be version 18.104.22.1683
Prior to installing this update, please reboot the Veeam server to clear any locks on the product files. After reboot, please stop and disable all Veeam jobs, stop all Veeam services and apply the update. Once Veeam Backup Service starts, open the console and follow the Upgrade wizard to update all remote components.
As a result of on-going R&D effort and in response to customer feedback, Update 1 includes over 300 enhancements and bug fixes, the most significant of which are listed below.
- Dell EMC Data Domain OS 6.0 support, including synthetic full backup performances optimizations, backup retention and health check reliability improvements.
- HPE 3PAR 3.2.2 MU3 support, including multiple API interaction improvements for added reliability and performance.
- HPE StoreOnce 3.15.1 support, bringning Instant VM Recovery to Catalyst-based backup repositories.
- Veeam Agent for Linux 1.0 support.
- Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows 2.0 Public Beta (build 22.214.171.1244) support.
- VMware vSphere 6.5 support (see the next section for details).
VMware vSphere 6.5 support
- Encrypted VMs support. vSphere 6.5 introduces VMs with encrypted disks. Such VMs can be backed up in hot add and network (NBD) transport modes only, with hot add mode requiring that the backup proxy itself is an encrypted VM. There are no limitations around restores, because backups contain unencrypted VM data (remember to enable backup encryption if that is a concern).
- VMFS6 support. vSphere 6.5 introduces the new VMFS version, and this update allows you to leverage advanced functionality such as Backup from Storage Snapshots and Veeam Explorer for Storage Snapshots for VMs with virtual disks residing on VMFS 6 datastores.
- Virtual hardware version 13 support. vSphere 6.5 introduces the new VM hardware version which increases some configuration maximums and adds ability to add NVMe controllers to a VM. This update adds ability to process such VMs.
- NBD compression. VDDK 6.5 adds ability to enable native NBD traffic compression. To control the compression level, create VMwareNBDCompressionLevel (DWORD) registry value under HKLM\SOFTWARE\Veeam\Veeam Backup and Replication key on the backup server with value from 0 (no compression) to 3 (best compression). Please expect significant performance impact from enabling NBD compression unless you’re backing up over slow or busy management network.
- New guest interaction API support. vSphere 6.5 discontinued VIX API that previous Veeam versions leveraged for network-less guest interaction for functionality such as application-aware processing. As part of vSphere 6.5 support effort, we have switched the corresponding functionality to the new vSphere API for guest interaction, so that you can continue using the existing product functionality with vSphere 6.5.
- New VM tag API support. vSphere 6.5 introduces new APIs for programmatic access and management of vSphere tags. With its support by Veeam, you can continue using advanced backup policies based on tags even after you upgrade to vSphere 6.5
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