This release includes four product editions: CDP Standard Edition, CDP Advanced Edition, CDP Enterprise Edition, and Data Center Console.
|Server/Agent Build Version:|| 4.2.0 build 17723
|Recommended Module Version:||4.2.1 build 17028|
Running the "Task History Clean up" task no longer exhausts the number of connections.
The "Edit Disk Safe" permission is now required for merging Recovery Points.
The problem with storage cache check warnings for a non-existent Disk Safe has been solved.
On a Policy's "File Excludes" tab, select a drive to exclude it from the replication. The Policy will run without problems.
After setting up the "SMTP Local Host" option, it is now possible to send reports without any problems.
It is now possible to navigate in a folder with more than 200,000 files.
Sub-users created on DCC can create Policies only for Agents they are assigned to.
Now, up to 30,000 files located in a single directory can be restored without problems.
Paging through long lists of files no longer leaves a white space at the bottom of the view, or requires any refreshing to restore the proper views. All files are displayed.
When the "Restore" button is clicked, the restore task starts and the selected files are restored without errors.
The system now restores the logical volumes in the same order they were originally created in, resulting in the paths lining up properly.
The system can now perform a successful Bare-Metal Restore from an encrypted Disk Safe to the original Host.
An entire disk can now be restored in alternate location without problems.
Agent assignments are not removed after the upgrade.
After an upgrade on Debian-based distribution, the CDP Server now starts without problems.
Both the Agent and Server are now auto-started after a reboot and upgrade on Debian. The Agent will auto-start upon a fresh install if the module exists.
CDP Agent uninstalls cleanly, leaving VSS in a working state.
When executing /etc/init.d/cdp-agent restart, the init script now starts the Agent correctly.
4.0 Parallels Plesk Panel (PP) User Directories are no longer duplicated in the Recovery Points when logged in as a PP user.
While running the Data Protection Policy, the system now looks for the correct PVC path, /vz/private/159/root/.
A user has a Policy with a DirectAdmin Control Panel instance created. The Policy task now finishes without alerts when a bandwidth is created in the user's directory.
A new logging feature called "Verification Log Level" was added under "Advanced Options" to change the logging level of these types of errors. If you frequently add cPanel users, set the log level to "Warning" or "None" so your tasks do not get alerts.
Once a Control Panel user restores files using the "Restore to Agent" function, the "Download File List" option provides a correct text file.
Freebytes and devices are displayed correctly now.
The system now verifies if all required parameters are specified by users when they use API methods.