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 Post subject: Re: New version of UFS Explorer
PostPosted: July 12th, 2022, 2:03 
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What's new in version 9.9:
* Added 'activity monitor' tool to display the activity of the software instance with disks;
iSCSI support:
- Initiator (client) now doesn't require multi-host/cluster mode and works on single connection;
- The Target (server): fixed several network communication issues;
* Microsoft Storage Pools (Storage Spaces):
- Added support of 'Parity of mirrors' internal configurations;
- Added support of 'Three-way mirror' configurations (when the number of components is a multiple of three);
- Basic support of so-called 'dual parity' on Windows Server 2012R2 (also with adaptive reconstruction with single missing);
- Fixed bug with 'Two-way mirror' (in span, not rotation mode), created on Windows Server 2016 and later;
* When image file has associated map of defects, added automatic recognition of presence of that map:
- Software asks to load associated 'Attr.map' for 'TaskImage.bin' when it is present in the same folder;
- Added support of saving of map association to image files in VHDX format and software asks to load the map if the file is found;
* Software now uses 'storage with map' icon for 'defects recognition' and SDLSP with enabled internal map of block states;
* Linux software version:
- Added support of indication of OwnerID/GroupID for Btrfs, EXT2-4, UFS1-2, XFS and ZFS;
- OwnerID/GroupID is also preserved for scan results of these file systems;
- OwnerID/GroupID can also be preserved when data is copied (when copying of 'standard' attributes is enabled);
- Fixed one scenario of GUI-related crash bug;
* Fixed few bugs related to XFS file system scan;
* Updated HFS+ scan procedure to support file system recovery when main metadata locations are wiped;
* Updated Btrfs file system scan procedure for finding fragments of very fragmented deleted files;
* Fixed issues with support of text LVM configurations created by CentOS 8.


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 Post subject: Re: New version of UFS Explorer
PostPosted: September 21st, 2022, 10:49 
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What's new in version 9.10:
* Added a tool to open Microsoft Storage Space volumes manually (to select metadata source and volume);
* Assembled Storage Space volumes now provide sector map information (allocation and defects, if available);
* Reworked RAID1E module: added support of multiple missing drives and optimized data access procedure;
* Rework to Microsoft Storage Spaces module:
- Reworked procedure of automatic assembly of volumes to use only the latest version of metadata;
- Automatic assembly of volumes is now made optional (it can be disabled in the settings);
* Scan result (VRFS) now also can be saved from context menu of the root folder of a scan result;
* Added support of map files (log files) created by GNU ddrescue;
* Using of maps of defect blocks:
- Support of maps after storage transformation/remapping (e.g. for BitLocker encrypted volumes);
- Indication of defects on assembled RAID1E when pair of components missing or contain map of defects;
- Software-generated defects now do not interrupt quickly the partition detection procedure;
* Update to ReFS3 scan: fixed a couple of bugs in the scan completion procedure;
* Update to FAT32 scan: better file system recovery when superblocks are lost AND FAT tables are damaged;
* Simplification to disk imager: single 'location' for metadata and automatic creation of log/map files;
* BitLocker decryption now supports multiple recovery keys (when available) for the same volume;
* For BitLocker-encrypted volumes, partition properties panel now displays properties of encryption.


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