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Original poster
Apr 12, 2001


Apple today released a new update for Xsan, the company's enterprise-class storage area network (SAN) solution, bringing the software to Version 2.2.2 for Mac OS X Snow Leopard users. The update targets only the Filesystem portion of Xsan and includes the following fixes according to the release notes:
The Xsan 2.2.2 Filesystem Update is recommended for all Mac OS X v10.6 Snow Leopard-based Xsan 2.2 systems. This update improves general file system reliability and

- improves file system reliability when the filesystem is highly fragmented
- improves file system reliability when unmounting a volume
- improves file system reliability when running snfsdefrag
- improves file system reliability when native extended attributes are enabled
- improves Finder reliability when browsing a volume that is highly fragmented
- allows Xsan Admin to create new volumes when more than 100 fsm processes are running
The update weighs in at 39.45 MB and requires Xsan 2.2 and Mac OS X 10.6 client or server. Apple also released an updated version of Xsan Uninstaller to support the Xsan 2.2.2 filesystem update.

Article Link: Apple Releases Xsan 2.2.2 Filesystem Update


macrumors 68000
Jul 1, 2008
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First thing Apple shipped under their new CEO. (Lame post I know)


macrumors 6502a
Jul 8, 2011
Updates are always good, that shows they are still giving their server stuff attention. I can't wait to hear of those new Pro's/Servers. I hope they do have some sort of rack mounts, i saw a site that had their own claimed version of Xserve. I just like technology :D


macrumors member
Aug 25, 2010

I'm sure most people will read this and go, what? I really do hope that Apple can still provide products and services for Businesses and Professionals. Most businesses use Microsoft products because they have to. Apple seems to have given up on making "professional" products. I'll laugh when Apple Audio / Visual fan boys have to start using PC's because Mac's can't do anything beside check Facebook.......hopefully that day will never come.
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