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Article Number: 000128943

Isilon OneFS Maintenance Release Notes

Summary: This article contains links to new features, enhancements, resolved issues, and issues known to affect the OneFS maintenance release.

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New features, enhancements, resolved issues, and issues known to affect this maintenance release.
Updated: 11/06/2017
Release date: 11/06/2017

Check for additions and updates to these release notes.

OneFS maintenance releases are cumulative. This maintenance release contains all the features, fixes, and enhancements that are included in previous OneFS releases.This maintenance release is a full product release, not an incremental upgrade.

For details about resolved and known issues that affect this maintenance release, see Isilon OneFS Known and Resolved Issues . Access to the OneFS Release Notes requires a login account for Dell EMC Online Support .


Upgrading OneFS

OneFS upgrades comprise a full operating system upgrade and require that the Isilon cluster be rebooted. Depending on the version of OneFS from which you are upgrading, the upgrade might require a simultaneous reboot of the cluster.
Before upgrading OneFS, review the supported upgrade paths in the Upgrade Planning and Process Guide for the version of OneFS to which you are upgrading to verify that the cluster can be upgraded from your current version of OneFS directly to this release: For more information about simultaneous and rolling upgrades and other important details about the OneFS upgrade process—including recommended pre-upgrade and post-upgrade tasks—see the OneFS Upgrades Info Hub .

To download the installer for this release, see the OneFS Downloads page on the EMC Online Support site.

Target Code versions of OneFS 8.0.1

Isilon recommends OneFS as Target Code. A OneFS release is designated as Target Code after it satisfies specific criteria, which includes production time in the field, deployments across all support node platforms, and other quality metrics. To ensure that your clusters are running the most stable and reliable version of OneFS, upgrade to the latest Target Code available for the OneFS family that meets your business needs.


Back to OneFS 8.0.1 Release Notes and Maintenance Release Notes .

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PowerScale OneFS

Last Published Date

21 Feb 2021



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