ExOS 7.4.10 Release Notes
Release Date: April 1, 2019
Download the software update Ð v7.4.10 ExOS
- Size: 692,619,982 bytes
- MD5 Hash: c1e6c97725ada7e2a274c0cc464ecee3
Supported upgrade versions:
- 7.0.0, 7.0.1, 7.0.1u1, 7.0.2, 7.0.2u1, 7.0.3, 7.0.3u1 and 7.4.1, 7.4.2, 7.4.3, 7.4.4, 7.4.5, 7.4.6, 7.4.7, 7.4.8, 7.4.9
- 6.4.6, 6.4.7
2061, 3062, 4062, 8063, 10063, 10064, 12063, 12064, all Virtual Appliances.
NOTE: Some older systems with 4GB of RAM (specifically the 2061, 4010, 4061r1 and 4061r2) may experience memory-related issues upon upgrade. If this issue occurs in your system, please contact TAC about a potential memory upgrade for your unit.
Upgrading from a previous version of 7.x, is a direct update to 7.4.10
Upgrading from a version prior to 6.4.3:
Upgrade from appliance version to 6.4.3, and reboot.
Upgrade from 6.4.3 to 6.4.6 or 6.4.7, and reboot.
Upgrade from 6.4.6/6.4.7 to 7.4.10, and reboot.
Upgrading from a 6.x version after 6.4.3:
Upgrade from appliance version to 6.4.6 or 6.4.7, and reboot.
Upgrade from 6.4.6 / 6.4.7 to 7.4.10, and reboot.
The upgrade from 6.4.3 may take longer than normal due to the database upgrade that takes place.
v7.x will only accelerate with peers running 6.4.3 and later due to a change to the Exinda internal protocols. If you are installing v7.x into an x800 estate, the best approach is to upgrade your core box to 6.4.3 and then install v7 on one or more branch offices.
This allows all the existing appliances to accelerate to the core appliance and allows the v7 appliance(s) to accelerate to the core box running 6.4.3.
New Software Features:
Application Classification (ipoque engine) update
Inbound/Outbound connections graph still using flash
Monitor Control graphs for DVCs are still using flash
- Ex10064 performance improvement
Monitord not able to connect to database after enabling SQL access
Exinda fails to retrieve HTTP(S) data via a Proxy server with Basic Authentication
- Chart colors under Monitor Control not updating when changed
Potential Vulnerability: HSTS missing from HTTPS server
Potential Vulnerability: Cookie does not contain the HTTPOnly attribute
CLI command still shows Graph Display Options
- Corrected protocol name for Poison Ivy
Traffic between cluster IPs showing in Monitoring
Monitor - Hosts graphs stopping when in Cluster
- CIFS Acceleration transfers failing on Windows 2012
Monitor - System graphs not loading on Internet Explorer 11