VMware Site Recovery Manager 8.4.0.3 Virtual Appliance | 10 AUG 2021 | Build 18415553  | Download

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VMware Site Recovery Manager 8.4.0.3 is a minor product patch release that provides bug fixes. The content of the VMware Site Recovery Manager 8.4 Release Notes applies to this version as well.

What's in the Release Notes

The release notes cover the following topics:

What's New in Site Recovery Manager 8.4.0.3

  • The VMware Site Recovery Manager 8.4.0.3 Express Patch provides bug fixes.

Installation and Upgrade

For the supported upgrade paths for Site Recovery Manager, select Upgrade Path and VMware Site Recovery Manager in the  VMware Product Interoperability Matrices.

If you are running Site Recovery Manager 8.4.0.x, upgrade to Site Recovery Manager 8.4.0.3. See Upgrading Site Recovery Manager in Site Recovery Manager 8.4 Installation and Configuration for instructions about upgrading Site Recovery Manager.

If you use vSphere Replication with Site Recovery Manager 8.4.0.x, upgrade the vSphere Replication appliance to version 8.4.0.3. See the vSphere Replication 8.4.0.3 Release Notes for information about vSphere Replication 8.4.0.3.

Migration to Site Recovery Manager Virtual Appliance

You can migrate your Site Recovery Manager 8.3.x instance from Windows to the Site Recovery Manager Virtual Appliance. For information about the migration procedure, see Migrate from Site Recovery Manager for Windows to Site Recovery Manager Virtual Appliance.

Resolved Issues

  • NEW Site Recovery Manager 8.4 automatically mounts old and existing vVols datastores to all hosts

    When the Site Recovery Manger Server detects VASA storage providers registered in the vCenter Server, it automatically mounts vVol datastores to ensure seamless operation. The datastore has the same name as the name of the VASA storage container and is mounted on all hosts that are configured as available for VM recovery through the Site Recovery Manager resource mappings. Automatic mounting of datastores might be undesirable due to security or performance concerns.

    Workaround: This issue is fixed in Site Recovery Manager 8.4.0.3.

  • NEW The disk partition for the Site Recovery Manager database is full

    The PostgreSQL autovacuum launcher is not working, which leads to the Site Recovery Manger database disk partition running out of free space.

    This issue is fixed in Site Recovery Manger 8.4.0.3.

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