- Fixes a very specific permission flow hierarchy where no permissions are defined at the top, a deny permission at the next folder level, followed by Viewer or greater permissions at the lowest level folder. The second level folder now will be set to "navigate".
- Upon migrations, we now prevent a Force Full Sync operation.
- Fixes a specific issue where files that were previously were locked during sync will be retried later and not skipped indefinitely.
- Fixes an issue where users whose AD domain name involved mixed cases would not load users.
- Addresses an issue where a rescan sync would not break out of a repeated rescan sync loop.
- Prevents admins from adding disks larger than 1.8 TB. Disks larger than this will not be added to the /egnyte storage partition.
- Fixes an issue where the Storage Sync UI page would not load due to stale lock file entries.
- Fixes an issue where sync could not get passed a CFS snapshot error due to a missing database file.
- Fixes a case sensitivity issue when mapping to the Storage Sync share.
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How to Upgrade
The following upgrade paths are supported for this release:
- Version 11.0.1, 11.0.2, 11.0.5 → 11.0.6
- Version 10.3 → 11.0.6 [Migration Process]
- Versions prior to 10.3 → 10.3 → 11.0.6 [Migration Process]
Storage Sync 11.0.5 is built on top of 64-bit CentOS 7.1 version. Versions 11.0.1, 11.0.2, and 11.0.6 can be automatically upgraded to 11.0.6 using the auto-updater feature in Storage Sync.
From versions 10.x, this requires deploying a new virtual machine (VM) and moving the data disk to this VM. Please refer to the migration guide in order to move data and configuration from the existing VM to Storage Sync 11.0.6.
For previous versions of Storage Sync prior to 10.3, please first upgrade to Storage Sync 10.3.