Sep 2022 release notes

Written By Tami Sutcliffe (Super Administrator)

Updated at October 5th, 2022


September 2022 release notes   2021 Release Notes

x360Recover Manager (RMC) v4.32 - Sep 14 2022  [Click to expand...]


    x360Recover Manager (RMC)  v 4.32

 Release Date:

    September 14 2022 


Backup summary report is updated to reflect the AutoVerify boolean logic for success or failed. This will ensure that it does not incorrectly report if one of the AutoVerify checks fails in the process. 


Updated the backup summary report

x360Recover 10.20.0 - Sept 13 2022 [Click to expand...]


    x360Recover 10.20.0

 Release Date:

    September 13 2022 

Release overview

360Recover 10.20.0 is a maintenance release. This release is focused on product hardening to eliminate partner-facing bugs. This release also includes preparation for Ubuntu Bionic and x360Recover Agent for Linux. 

Summary of new features

  • Implemented automatic clean up of test-mode recovery points older than 60 days 
  • Removed explicit validation of email address domain names for alerting 

 Summary of bug fixes

  • Fixed issues with lost or orphaned iSCSI connections between Axcient vaults and Scale-Out-Cloud 
  • Fixed bug when deleting a protected system where the job might time out before finishing 
  • Fixed case where a vailed BootVm check might be saved to x360Recover Manager as successful 
  • Fixed issue where local cache verification results might not be sent to x360Recover Manager 
  • Fixed issue with aristosnet crashing if unknown properties (like MTU size) are present in the network configuration 
  • Fixed issue where telemetry might not be sent if information about retention clean-up is missing 

This maintenance release provides product hardening to eliminate partner-facing bugs 

Bare Metal Restore v - Sep 12 2022 [Click to expand...]



 Release Date

     September 12 2022

Release overview 

x360Recover Bare Metal Restore is a maintenance release.  The primary purpose of this release is to fix a bug with local cache recovery and eliminate requirements for CPU hardware AES encryption support.

Summary of feature enhancements 

  • Enabled detection of hardware CPU instruction support for required AES encryption with failback to software encryption support.
  • Fixed bug with local cache recovery causing Recovery Wizard to crash when mounting disks
  • Updated Recovery Wizard instructions to match new workflow introduced in the previous release

Summary of improvements

Hardware CPU support for AES encryption is no longer required to perform recovery from local cache. The Recovery Wizard will fail back to using software encryption if CPU support is not found.

Note:  Software encryption is 20-30% slower than hardware encryption and will impact time needed to perform the recovery.

For complete details on using BMR, refer to the Bare Metal Restore Guide.

Eliminates requirements for CPU hardware AES encryption support and fixes local cache recovery bug