To download these files into the appropriate ChAS library folder from within the software, use the Help>Update Library and Annotation Files functionality or download them from the Analysis Workflow using Utilities>Download Library Files. Within RHAS you can download them from Preferences>Download Library Files.
Alternatively, to copy the files into your ChAS Library folder manually, download the Analysis Files.zip to the data analysis workstation, extract the zip archive, open the folder containing the files, copy all of the files, and paste them into the ChAS Library, using the instructions in the ChAS User Guide located in the ChAS software zip package.
In the initial Dorico 4.0 release in January this year, we introduced a feature to generate chord symbols from notes, and now we are pleased to introduce something potentially even more useful for Dorico Pro users: a feature to generate notes from chord symbols, producing well-voiced chords with sensible voice leading, avoiding as far as possible parallel fifths and octaves (unless you want them!), and able to do some remarkably clever things, such as use a rhythm from one instrument as a pattern for the generated notes, and even take hints from notes you have added to guide the resulting voicings.
Once Steinberg Download Manager has finished updating any required components, go to My product downloads in the left-hand list, where you will find Dorico Pro 4, Dorico Elements 4, or Dorico SE 4, depending on which product you have installed. Select this, and on the right-hand side you will see Dorico 4.3 Application Installer. Click the Install button immediately to the right. This will download and run the Dorico 4.3 installer.
The release of Dorico 4.3 comes just about a week after the tenth anniversary of our team starting fresh at Steinberg after we were let go by our former employers at the purple people eating company, and it comes less than a month after the sixth anniversary of the first public release of Dorico 1.0. We are proud to be working for Steinberg, one of the great and innovative companies in the world of music and audio technology, and proud to be making our own contributions to the development of ever-better tools for musicians of all kinds. Dorico 4.3 is the best version of Dorico yet, and we still feel as if we are just getting started. We have no shortage of exciting ideas to keep us busy for another ten years.
In vSphere 7.0.x, the Update Manager plug-in, used for administering vSphere Update Manager, is replaced with the Lifecycle Manager plug-in. Administrative operations for vSphere Update Manager are still available under the Lifecycle Manager plug-in, along with new capabilities for vSphere Lifecycle Manager. The typical way to apply patches to ESXi 7.0.x hosts is by using the vSphere Lifecycle Manager. For details, see About vSphere Lifecycle Manager and vSphere Lifecycle Manager Baselines and Images. You can also update ESXi hosts without using the Lifecycle Manager plug-in, and use an image profile instead. To do this, you must manually download the patch offline bundle ZIP file from the Product Patches page and use the esxcli software profile update command. For more information, see the Upgrading Hosts by Using ESXCLI Commands and the VMware ESXi Upgrade guide.
During an installation or upgrade, the installer checks the compatibility of the host CPU with vSphere 7.0. If your host hardware is not compatible, a purple screen appears with an incompatibility information message, and the vSphere 7.0 installation process stops.
The copyright statements and licenses applicable to the open source software components distributed in vSphere 7.0 are available at You need to log in to your My VMware account. Then, from the Downloads menu, select vSphere. On the Open Source tab, you can also download the source files for any GPL, LGPL, or other similar licenses that require the source code or modifications to source code to be made available for the most recent available release of vSphere.
A rare race condition in the qedentv driver might cause an ESXi host to fail with a purple diagnostic screen. The issue occurs when an Rx complete interrupt arrives just after a General Services Interface (GSI) queue pair (QP) is destroyed, for example during a qedentv driver unload or a system shut down. In such a case, the qedentv driver might access an already freed QP address that leads to a PF exception. The issue might occur in ESXi hosts that are connected to a busy physical switch with heavy unsolicited GSI traffic. In the backtrace, you see messages such as:
In rare cases, when the VPD page response size from the target ESXi host is different on different paths to the host, ESXi might write more bytes than the allocated length for a given path. As a result, the ESXi host fails with a purple diagnostic screen and a message such as: Panic Message: @BlueScreen: PANIC bora/vmkernel/main/dlmalloc.c:4878 - Corruption in dlmalloc
In very rare cases, VMFS resource clusters that are included in a journal transaction might not be locked. As a result, during power on of virtual machines, multiple ESXi hosts might fail with a purple diagnostic screen due to exception 14 in the VMFS layer. A typical message and stack trace seen the vmkernel log is as follows: @BlueScreen: #PF Exception 14 in world 2097684:VSCSI Emulat IP 0x418014d06fca addr 0x0 PTEs:0x16a47a027;0x600faa8007;0x0; 2020-06-24T17:35:57.073Z cpu29:2097684)Code start: 0x418013c00000 VMK uptime: 0:01:01:20.555 2020-06-24T17:35:57.073Z cpu29:2097684)0x451a50a1baa0:[0x418014d06fca]Res6MemUnlockTxnRCList@esx#nover+0x176 stack: 0x1 2020-06-24T17:35:57.074Z cpu29:2097684)0x451a50a1bb10:[0x418014c7cdb6]J3_DeleteTransaction@esx#nover+0x33f stack: 0xbad0003 2020-06-24T17:35:57.074Z cpu29:2097684)0x451a50a1bb40:[0x418014c7db10]J3_AbortTransaction@esx#nover+0x105 stack: 0x0 2020-06-24T17:35:57.074Z cpu29:2097684)0x451a50a1bb80:[0x418014cbb752]Fil3_FinalizePunchFileHoleTxnVMFS6@esx#nover+0x16f stack: 0x430fe950e1f0 2020-06-24T17:35:57.075Z cpu29:2097684)0x451a50a1bbd0:[0x418014c7252b]Fil3UpdateBlocks@esx#nover+0x348 stack: 0x451a50a1bc78 2020-06-24T17:35:57.075Z cpu29:2097684)0x451a50a1bce0:[0x418014c731dc]Fil3_PunchFileHoleWithRetry@esx#nover+0x89 stack: 0x451a50a1bec8 2020-06-24T17:35:57.075Z cpu29:2097684)0x451a50a1bd90:[0x418014c739a5]Fil3_FileBlockUnmap@esx#nover+0x50e stack: 0x230eb5 2020-06-24T17:35:57.076Z cpu29:2097684)0x451a50a1be40:[0x418013c4c551]FSSVec_FileBlockUnmap@vmkernel#nover+0x6e stack: 0x230eb5 2020-06-24T17:35:57.076Z cpu29:2097684)0x451a50a1be90:[0x418013fb87b1]VSCSI_ExecFSSUnmap@vmkernel#nover+0x8e stack: 0x0 2020-06-24T17:35:57.077Z cpu29:2097684)0x451a50a1bf00:[0x418013fb71cb]VSCSIDoEmulHelperIO@vmkernel#nover+0x2c stack: 0x430145fbe070 2020-06-24T17:35:57.077Z cpu29:2097684)0x451a50a1bf30:[0x418013ceadfa]HelperQueueFunc@vmkernel#nover+0x157 stack: 0x430aa05c9618 2020-06-24T17:35:57.077Z cpu29:2097684)0x451a50a1bfe0:[0x418013f0eaa2]CpuSched_StartWorld@vmkernel#nover+0x77 stack: 0x0 2020-06-24T17:35:57.083Z cpu29:2097684)base fs=0x0 gs=0x418047400000 Kgs=0x0
In rare cases, the kernel memory allocator might return a NULL pointer that might not be correctly dereferenced. As a result, the ESXi host might fail with a purple diagnostic screen with an error such as #GP Exception 13 in world 2422594:vmm:overCom @ 0x42003091ede4. In the backtrace, you see errors similar to: #1 Util_ZeroPageTable #2 Util_ZeroPageTableMPN #3 VmMemPfUnmapped #4 VmMemPfInt #5 VmMemPfGetMapping #6 VmMemPf #7 VmMemPfLockPageInt #8 VMMVMKCall_Call #9 VMKVMM_ArchEnterVMKernel
If an NVMe device is hot added and hot removed in a short interval, the NVMe driver might fail to initialize the NVMe controller due to a command timeout. As a result, the driver might access memory that is already freed in a cleanup process. In the backtrace, you see a message such as WARNING: NVMEDEV: NVMEInitializeController:4045: Failed to get controller identify data, status: Timeout. Eventually, the ESXi host might fail with a purple diagnostic screen with an error similar to #PF Exception ... in world ...:vmkdevmgr.
During or after an upgrade to ESXi 7.0 Update 2, the ESX storage layer might not allocate sufficient memory resources for ESXi hosts with a large physical CPU count and many storage devices or paths connected to the hosts. As a result, such ESXi hosts might fail with a purple diagnostic screen.
If an ESXi host of version 7.0 Update 2 is installed on a FCoE LUN and uses UEFI boot mode, when you try to upgrade the host by using vSphere QuickBoot, the physical server might fail with a purple diagnostic screen because of a memory error.
In rare scenarios, if the witness host is replaced during the upgrade process and a Disk Format Conversion task runs shortly after the replacement, multiple ESX hosts on a stretched cluster might fail with a purple diagnostic screen. 2b1af7f3a8