Apple today released a number of updates for Xsan, the company's enterprise-class storage area network (SAN) solution. Xsan 2.2 brings support for Mac OS X Snow Leopard, as well as a number of other changes.

- Xsan 2.2 Admin Update for 10.6 (35 MB)

The 2.2 update is recommended for all systems running Xsan 2. This update includes general administration fixes for remotely administering, configuring and maintaining Xsan deployments, and includes specific fixes for:

- using SAN Setup Assistant to configure volumes, LUNs and affinities
- changing a computer between client and metadata controller roles
- listing computers connected to the SAN
- visually displaying when LUNs have been truncated

For detailed information on this update, please visit this website: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT3172

- Xsan 2.2 FileSystem Update for 10.6 (39 MB)

The Xsan 2.2 FileSystem update is recommended for all systems running Xsan 2. This update includes general file system fixes, as well as specific fixes for:

- 64-bit support on Snow Leopard versions of Mac OS X and Mac OS X Server
- using native extended attributes
- file system performance and reliability
- volume reliability during metadata controller failover scenarios

For detailed information on this update, please visit this website: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT3172

- Xsan 2.2 Admin Update for 10.5 (34 MB)
- Xsan 2.2 FileSystem Update for 10.5 (35 MB)
- Xsan 2.2 Install Disc (246 MB)
- Xsan Uninstaller (544 KB)

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