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Close with Code Change in Fabric OS v6.4.1
Fabric OS v6.4.1 Release Notes v1.0 Page 45 of 62
Defect ID: DEFECT000302245 Technical Severity: Medium
Summary: List of network security vulnerabilities needs to be addressed with BES and FS8-18
platform.
Symptom: The following vulnerabilities are reported by network vulnerability scan against a fabric with
the BES and FS8-18 platform: 393 NFS Enabled, 572 RPC mountd, 675 RLogin Service,
678 RPC portmap, 817 RPC nlockmgr, 971 rshd Detected, 3913 OpenSSH, GSSAPIDele
Feature: Field Escalation Function: Encryption
Probability: High
Found in Release: FOS6.3.1 Service Request ID: 434745
Defect ID: DEFECT000303023 Technical Severity: Medium
Summary: Newly active CP fails to complete recovery from either FWDL (FOS v6.2.x to FOS v6.3.x), or
from hafailover, due to persistent disabled GE port on FR4-18i blade
Symptom: During either a firmware download (FOS v6.2.0e to FOS v6.3.0d), or hafailover, Active CP
fails to come online completely, requiring a reboot of both CPs to regain hasync.
Feature: Field Escalation Function: FC Layer 2 Routing
Probability: High
Found in Release: FOS6.2.0 Service Request ID: 433211
Defect ID: DEFECT000304033 Technical Severity: Medium
Summary: On a Brocade 5470, setting the port to fixed 8GB causes boot over SAN to fail with some
3rd party HBAs.
Symptom: Boot over SAN with 3rd party 8G HBA fails with port speed configured fixed to 8GB.
Feature: 8G ASIC Driver Function: PORT
Probability: Medium
Found in Release: FOS6.3.1
Defect ID: DEFECT000308204 Technical Severity: Medium
Summary: After a panic occurs in a Brocade FR4-18i or 7500, the CP attempts to output error
message FCIP-5051 using an uninitialized section of shared memory in the FR4-18i or
7500, causing an "Oops: kernel access of bad area" panic on the CP.
Symptom: A Brocade FR4-18i or 7500 panic occurs followed by a CP panic, with an "Oops: kernel
access of bad area" message seen in the RASLOG.
Feature: FCIP Function: FCIP CP
Probability: Low
Found in Release: FOS6.3.2
Defect ID: DEFECT000308833 Technical Severity: Medium
Summary: IPv4 and IPv6 shows different Webtools behavior in Fabric Tree. Webtools should not be
able to be launched from Fabric Tree when using IPv6
Symptom: Webtools can be launched from Fabric Tree when using auto configured IPv6 address when
it shouldn't be.
Feature: WebMgmt Function: IPV6
Probability: High
Found in Release: FOS6.1.2 Service Request ID: 443373