Oracle® Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

Release Notes for Release 3.4

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E26244-03

June 2012


Table of Contents

Preface
1. New Features and Changes in Oracle VDI Release 3.4
1.1. New Features in This Release
1.2. Changes in This Release
1.3. About the Oracle VDI Software
2. Known Issues
2.1. System Hangs When Installing VirtualBox on Oracle Solaris Platforms (Sun Bug ID 7116094)
2.2. Templates Cannot be Imported for Hyper-V Desktop Providers on Oracle Linux Platforms (Bug ID 12307034)
2.3. "Console Already in Use" Warning Does Not Display When Expected (Bug ID 12364760)
2.4. Virtualization Hosts Crash if a Storage is Shut Down (Bug ID 13557337)
2.5. Strange Bash Prompt Breaks SSH Connections (Bug ID 13572569)
2.6. Storage Host is Shown as Unresponsive During Template Import (Bug ID 13639979)
2.7. Adding a Storage Fails if the VirtualBox User is Not Root (Bug ID 13681074)
2.8. The vb-install Script Does Not Check VMs for All Users (Bug ID 13732353)
2.9. Storages Larger Than 16TB Are Shown With a Capacity of Only 16TB (Bug ID 13824735)
2.10. Success Message for Sun Ray Software Password Change Even When Not Properly Configured (Bug ID 13827545)
2.11. Password Visible on Terminal During Password Reset (Bug ID 13827959)
2.12. Template Import Fails When Template File is in Root Directory (Bug ID 13914962)
2.13. uttsc Does Not Work with the RDP Broker with NLA Enabled (Bug ID 13924760)
2.14. Problems Adding a VirtualBox Host to a Desktop Provider While an Add Operation is in Progress (Bug ID 13944126)
2.15. If a umount Fails When Putting Storage into Maintenance Mode, It Tries Forever (Bug ID 13970448)
2.16. Windows 7 Desktops Fail to Start on Oracle Linux Hosts That Use the Red Hat Kernel (Bug ID 13974640)
2.17. SGD Broker Connections Fail After Upgrading or Reconfiguring Oracle VDI (Bug ID 14026511)
2.18. Oracle VDI Fails to Install on Linux Systems Due to a Failed kernel-uek-devel Package Dependency (Bug ID 14055738)
3. Feedback and Support
3.1. Providing Feedback and Reporting Problems
3.2. Contacting Oracle Specialist Support
3.3. Support Bundles