The following table describes important changes to the XenServer 7.6 product documentation. To receive notifications about these updates, subscribe to the RSS feed.
This version of XenServer is now no longer the current release. No further updates are planned for this documentation. For the latest documentation, see Citrix Hypervisor current release.
|11 Apr 2019||Archived to PDF||At the release of Citrix Hypervisor 8.0, all articles for XenServer 7.6 are now available only as a PDF.|
|01 Apr 2019||Updated support information to remove XenServer 7.1 CU 1||XenServer 7.1 CU1 is now out of support. Upgrade from 7.1 to 7.6 is now supported only from CU2.|
|29 Mar 2019||Added recommendations about WLB maintenance window||Add recommendations to the Workload Balancing article about the timing of the WLB maintenance window and VM restarts.|
|12 Mar 2019||Added information about legacy partitio layout||Add more information about the legacy partition layout and how it is applied to systems with existing utility partitions.|
|05 Mar 2019||Restricted use of GFS2 and CBT together||Add notes that GFS2 and changed block tracking are not supported together.|
|27 Feb 2019||Restricted use of vGPU and DMC together||Add notes that vGPU and dynamic memory control are not supported together.|
|26 Feb 2019||Added maximum VHD chain length of 30||Ensure that the maximum supported VHD chain length of 30 is documented.|
|12 Feb 2019||Added multipathing to the RBAC table||Add multipathing to the RBAC permissions table.|
|05 Feb 2019||Added restriction for PVS-Accelerator ports||Add a note that PVS-Accelerator cannot be used with network ports that enforce binding of IP addresses and MAC addresses.|
|17 Dec 2018||Restricted use of WLB and vGPU together||Add notes that Workpload Balancing is not supported with pools that contain vGPU-enabled VMs.|
|06 Sep 2018||New release||XenServer 7.6 CR released|