Infinio Accelerator version 3.5.3 is the latest version, which was released in October 2019. The release notes include all the changes made in version 3.5.3, as well as known problems and constraints that apply to this newest version.
This article provides the index of the topics covered in the Release Notes for Infinio Accelerator 3.5.3.
- ESXi Required Patch Levels
- Changes in this Release:
- Fixed the installer to consume less CPU after completion.
- Fixed a VM crash in rare situations.
- Reduced the amount of time to decelerate under heavy load.
- Fixed excessive logging by Infinio filter under extremely heavy load.
- Removed repeated logging in the filter daemon.
- Added a workaround for VMware reporting inaccurate vFlash free space when adding multiple vFlash devices one at a time.
- Fixed the input box tooltip: "Please enter a valid IP address" to go away after the invalid DNS address is deleted from the input box.
- Fixed an issue that the installer does not correctly record the choice of auto support.
- Fixed the performance details page which does not load correctly without URL parameters.
- Improved the error message about "Orphaned Filters".
- Fixed a NullPointerException issue during stats collection if host to vmdk mapping is missing.
- Support bundles now always include the vCenter UUID.
- Fixed command-line network utility for the case that the network interfaces file does not have the entry eth0.
- Fixed the tooltip wrapping problem in the evaluation mode.
- Problems and Resolutions Identified for this Release:
- Cache Statistics Missing After Upgrading Accelerator
- Required VMware Hot Fix for UNMAP (Storage Space Reclamation)
- SSD Cache Device Missing After Upgrading vCenter
- Cannot Disable Acceleration on a VM that has Snapshot Delta Files
- Configure a DNS Search Path When Using a Static Address
- I/O Filter Tasks Fail After Updating vSphere Certificates (EAM Certification Error)
- Accelerating a VM Crashes the vCenter Service
- Cannot Remove an SSD Cache Because VMware Logs are Present
- VMware Restricts Moving an ESXi Host Between Clusters while VMs are Accelerated
- Removing an Accelerated ESXi Host and Adding it Back as Standalone
For detailed information related to each topic mentioned above, refer to the attached Accelerator Release Notes 3.5.3 (PDF).