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ISE Versioning numbers 2.4(0.357), 2.4(0.903), 2.4(0.904) etc

james.brunner
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Hi all,

Just a quick question to get my head around the ISE version numbers. We're running 2.4 patch 3 at present so my install says 2.4(0.357) Patch 3. If I go to Patch 5 I expect it to say 2.4(0.357) Patch 5. That makes sense to me.

Reading up on some bugs like CSCvk71161 or CSCvf75225 show this has been fixed in 2.4(0.903) or 2.4(0.904). What versions are these - it would indicate a complete new base build but I would expect that to be 2.5(x.x) so are these internal patch versioning number -> 903 = patch 3, 904 = patch 4?

Just as long as curiosity doesn't kill the cat...

JB.

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pan
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Thanks for this question.

 

2.4(0.903) means 2.4 patch 3

2.3(0.905) means 2.3 patch 5

 

 

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pan
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Thanks for this question.

 

2.4(0.903) means 2.4 patch 3

2.3(0.905) means 2.3 patch 5

 

 

So... What does the (357) mean? Patch 57?

2.4 would be the major version, .357 is the build number. In this case it's the production release.

A pre release beta of 2.4 would have a different build to differentiate minor version.

Thanks

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