This release includes four product editions: CDP Standard Edition, CDP Advanced Edition, CDP Enterprise Edition, and Data Center Console.
|Server/Agent Build Version:|| 4.0.1 build 17213
|Released Module Version:||4.2.1 build 17028|
When upgrading and a CDP Server is registered to a DCC Server, the DCC Server MUST be upgraded prior to any CDP Servers being upgraded. In other words, customers using DCC should ALWAYS upgrade DCC before upgrading any CDP Servers.
|Upgrading from CDP 3.x versions to 4.x is seamless and fast. Download the latest 4.x installation package for your operating system, and your CDP installation will be automatically upgraded.|
For more information on the issues resolved with the latest module version see: Module Release Notes.
CentOS Live CD is a new feature (deliverable) added to the 4.0.1 release.
Includes Linux Integration Services for Hyper-V Virtual Machine Bare-Metal Restore
The "Help" icon in the product links to the latest documentation. Windows Installer has the correct link to the most recent documentation:
Task History items were not listed for users with appropriate rights, and monitor.log had errors.
The "Control Panel" tab is displayed by default when the Hosting Control Panels option is enabled in CDP Advanced Edition 4.0.1 build 17178.
While using a RAID-type Reiserfs configuration after running Bare-Metal Restore, there were error messages.
Starting from CDP version 4.0.1, sub-users are no longer able to create Disk Safes.
While adding the Archiving schedule, the user selects "Monthly" and "Last Day" options. The archiving is now scheduled correctly.
While installing Standard Edition, an error dialog appeared.
The new Centos LiveCD has support for NTFS-type partitions. Previously, users could not mount Disk Safes that were on NTFS partitions.
Now, Power Users can select a Volume while creating a Disk Safe.
Users who have been upgrading since 3.8.0 may experience a broken database when performing the 4.0 upgrade.
After upgrading the CDP Server, error messages are displayed in logs during the database service shutdown.