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Take a look at this thread as seems you are using pmc cards

 

If you rollback to 6.8.3 you have to restore cache drive setting manually look for 6.9.x release notes

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14 minutes ago, SimonF said:

Take a look at this thread as seems you are using pmc cards

 

If you rollback to 6.8.3 you have to restore cache drive setting manually look for 6.9.x release notes

Thanks for the quick reply. 

Can i just roll back using the Tools>Upgrade OS area?

What cache settings should i screen shot before rolling back if i'm going to need to manually set them back up. 

 

Any update on when it will be fixed?

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42 minutes ago, Maximus01701 said:

Thanks for the quick reply. 

Can i just roll back using the Tools>Upgrade OS area?

What cache settings should i screen shot before rolling back if i'm going to need to manually set them back up. 

 

Any update on when it will be fixed?

There is a patched vers at end of thread. Will be fixed in 6.10

 

Reverting back to 6.8.3

If you have a cache disk/pool it will be necessary to either:

restore the flash backup you created before upgrading (you did create a backup, right?), or

on your flash, copy 'config/disk.cfg.bak' to 'config/disk.cfg' (restore 6.8.3 cache assignment), or

manually re-assign storage devices assigned to cache back to cache

 

This is because to support multiple pools, code detects the upgrade to 6.9.0 and moves the 'cache' device settings out of 'config/disk.cfg' and into 'config/pools/cache.cfg'.  If you downgrade back to 6.8.3 these settings need to be restored

 

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