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vTao
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OneFS 7.1

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Has anyone upgrade their Isilon OneFS to 7.1? we have recently upgraded and our Windows 7 PC running SMB v2 ran into some issue caused users unable to access SMB share on the Isilon. EMC is currently to releasing the bug fix for it.

I'd like to hear what was your experience if you have already upgraded?

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rhigginbotham1
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Re: OneFS 7.1

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vTao there was a new patch released for 7.1, patch 117282 which is available now via support.emc.com

Here are the release notes:

Originated: November 12, 2013

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Patch-117282: Patch for OneFS 7.1.0.0. This patch addresses two issues with the

SMB service. 

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This patch can be installed on clusters running the following OneFS version:

7.1.0.0.

Resolves:

- Windows clients were unable to list shares when a user attempted to browse the

  root directory of the cluster.

- Due to an issue in the lwio credit accounting, a request from a Windows client

  could spuriously fail with no error response being sent.

Installation:

During installation and removal of this patch, all SMB connections will be

disconnected and the SMB service and authentication services will be

unavailable.

After the patch is installed, SMB clients must remount their shares for the

changes to take effect.

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INSTALLING THIS PATCH

IMPORTANT!

Read INSTALLATION/REMOVAL IMPACTS before performing this procedure.

1. Open an SSH connection on any node in the cluster and log on using the

  "root" account.

2. Copy the patch-117282.tgz file to the cluster.

3. To extract the patch file, run the following command:

  tar -zxvf patch-117282.tgz

4. To install this patch, run the following command:

  isi pkg install patch-117282.tar

5. To verify that this patch is installed, run the following command:

 

  isi pkg info

6. Verify that patch-117282 appears in the list of installed packages.

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rhigginbotham1
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Re: OneFS 7.1

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vTao there was a new patch released for 7.1, patch 117282 which is available now via support.emc.com

Here are the release notes:

Originated: November 12, 2013

********************************************************************************

Patch-117282: Patch for OneFS 7.1.0.0. This patch addresses two issues with the

SMB service. 

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

This patch can be installed on clusters running the following OneFS version:

7.1.0.0.

Resolves:

- Windows clients were unable to list shares when a user attempted to browse the

  root directory of the cluster.

- Due to an issue in the lwio credit accounting, a request from a Windows client

  could spuriously fail with no error response being sent.

Installation:

During installation and removal of this patch, all SMB connections will be

disconnected and the SMB service and authentication services will be

unavailable.

After the patch is installed, SMB clients must remount their shares for the

changes to take effect.

********************************************************************************

INSTALLING THIS PATCH

IMPORTANT!

Read INSTALLATION/REMOVAL IMPACTS before performing this procedure.

1. Open an SSH connection on any node in the cluster and log on using the

  "root" account.

2. Copy the patch-117282.tgz file to the cluster.

3. To extract the patch file, run the following command:

  tar -zxvf patch-117282.tgz

4. To install this patch, run the following command:

  isi pkg install patch-117282.tar

5. To verify that this patch is installed, run the following command:

 

  isi pkg info

6. Verify that patch-117282 appears in the list of installed packages.

********************************************************************************