DynaCenter Release 6.4.0
New Features and Enhancements
DynaCenter now supports migrating RedHat/CentOS 7.x images to Amazon VPC, Amazon GovCloud, and Amazon EC2-Classic environments.
The ability to temporarily override certain settings in a migration template directly from the user interface have now been added to the Migrations Page so that you can easily customize the migration operation for an individual server. Template overrides simplify the management of migration templates and ensure that each migrated server is appropriately configured for your environment.
DynaCenter no longer requires NFS to be installed on the Management Workstation as a DynaCenter prerequisite.
Numerous error messages were updated to provide better assistance for self-remediation of issues encountered during DynaCenter operations.
Fixed an issue where, under very specific conditions, DynaCenter was unable to clean up the metadata .cab file created during the shadow copy phase of a capture operation and the capture operation would fail to complete successfully because the clean-up phase was incomplete.
Fixed an issue where a Windows deploy operation would fail to complete successfully when the target server had a slow boot time.
Fixed an issue where the DynaCenter Windows agent would, under specific conditions, fail to start. DynaCenter agents now start successfully when installed on Windows systems where the Temp directory is not located on the C: drive.
Fixed an issue where a Windows capture operation would, under very specific conditions, fail to complete successfully if the write lock was not released before DynaCenter attempted to delete a temp file used for the capture.
The DynaCenter agent uninstaller for Windows can now successfully uninstall the Windows agent from deployed servers.
Fixed an issue where, under very specific circumstances, the wave count on the Migrations Page would reflect the incorrect number of waves.
Fixed an issue where, under very specific circumstances, the DynaCenter Console did not always correctly handle edited instance tags.