Acronis Backup Advanced Workstation Server 11.5.43994 | 1.94 GB
Support for Windows 10 – Home, Pro, Education, and Enterprise editions.
WinPE for Windows 10 is not yet supported. This support is planned for an upcoming Acronis Backup release.
Note At the time of this hotfix release, Windows 10 is not yet generally available. The tests were performed with the Windows 10 Insider Preview version. Acronis will perform additional test cycles as soon as Windows 10 is released.
Agent for Windows can now back up NFS folders.
Support for Linux kernel version 3.17, 3.18, 4.0, and 4.1.
Support for Ubuntu 15.04, Fedora 22, Oracle Linux 7.1, Debian 8.0 and 8.1.
It is possible to specify a cloud subscription registration code during local installation of Acronis Backup in Windows. The subscription is registered automatically if the machine is connected to the Internet.
Acronis License Server does not accept cloud subscriptions.
A registered subscription for Server or for PC is activated automatically when the first backup to cloud starts, if all subscriptions available in your account are the same type and have the same storage quota.
3 GB of RAM per 1 TB of unique data are required, instead of 16 GB.
Faster server-side deduplication.
Faster compacting of the data store.
To apply the new deduplication algorithm to an old vault, you need to recreate the vault’s deduplication database. For more information, see "How to migrate to Update 6 deduplication" in the product Help or the User Guide.
New configuration parameters enable you to choose between the old and new indexing algorithms and control the storage node memory allocation.
A centralized vault can be created on an NFS share.
Backup to NFS can be performed by Agent for Linux, Agent for VMware (Virtual Appliance), or Linux-based bootable media.
Acronis Backup Advanced for VMware supports vSphere 6.
The memory size of Agent for VMware (Virtual Appliance) is set automatically, based on the host memory, when the agent is deployed from the management server.
Acronis Backup Advanced for Hyper-V fully supports Generation 2 virtual machines.
Acronis Backup Advanced for Hyper-V can be installed in Windows 8, 8.1 (x64) with Hyper-V.
Support for Citrix XenServer 6.5, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.4, 3.5, and Oracle VM Server 3.3 (by installing an agent into a guest system).
Support for Linux kernel version 3.14, 3.15, and 3.16.
Support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.x, Ubuntu 14.04 and 14.10, Fedora 21, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12, Debian 7.6 and 7.7, CentOS 7.0, and Oracle Linux 7.0.
Issues fixed in build 43994
[ABR-67059] If the network connection is unstable, a backup in the silent mode to a deduplicating vault fails without attempts to repeat the operation. The following error appears: "Internal error: Failed to create the image builder."
[ABR-51060] If the network connection is unstable, a backup to a managed vault without deduplication and encryption fails. The following error appears: "Cannot establish connection. Check the specified machine address." The Interaction Required pop-up window is not displayed.
[ABR-69928] A Linux machine becomes unbootable after recovering the entire machine.
[ABR-67981] While backing up an NFS folder, Linux-based bootable media pops up the Interaction Required window and cannot proceed.
[ABR-68978] The output of the list content command for a disk-level backup contains duplicated information about disks.
[ABV-1678] Backup of a virtual machine template with hardware version 9 or 10 fails.
[ABV-4557] A McAfee Stonesoft virtual appliance is unbootable after recovery.
[ABV-4623] Reboot of a virtual appliance leads to an error "Network interface cards cannot be found."
[ABR-67889] After adding a virtual appliance to the management server and clicking Refresh, the added appliance disappears from the list of machines.
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