ACE: Upgrade from A2(1.4a) to A2(3.0)

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Jan 18th, 2010
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Hi,


I'm planning on upgrading my ACE-modules, currently running A2(1.4a) to A2(3.0), as I need to test the 'persistence rebalance strict' feature. So far, I haven't found anything in the releasenotes that would advise against this upgrade.


My main concern is that v3.0 is still relatively new (released 12/2009 if I remember correctly), so I'm trying to learn, if anyone has already gone through the upgrade from A2(1.x) to A2(3.0) and have had the chance to test it. Unfortunately, I only have one set of modules running both my test and production enviroment, so my testoptions are quite limited. Still, A2(3.0) might solve a couple of ongoing issues, I've struggled with for quite some time now.


Any info will do.


Thanx


/Ulrich

Correct Answer by litrenta about 7 years 3 months ago

Persistence rebalance strict was introduced in A2(2.1) ,

You can upgrade to A2(2.3) which has more bug fixes than A2(3.0). It wil

l take a while for A2(3.x) train to catch up with bug fixes. (like IOS T train versus IOS mainl

ine)

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litrenta Tue, 01/19/2010 - 13:59
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Persistence rebalance strict was introduced in A2(2.1) ,

You can upgrade to A2(2.3) which has more bug fixes than A2(3.0). It wil

l take a while for A2(3.x) train to catch up with bug fixes. (like IOS T train versus IOS mainl

ine)

UHansen1976 Tue, 01/19/2010 - 23:56
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Hi,


Thanks for the reply. I was told, that the 'strict' feature wasn't introduced before v3.0, but I'll definately take a look at v2.3.


/Ulrich

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