In addition to releasing an update to Mac OS X, Apple on Monday released an update for Mac OS X Server, which also brings it to version 10.2.2. The server update addresses several issues including the addition of file system journaling.
According to Apple, Journaling protects the integrity of the file system on Mac OS X Server based systems in the event of an unplanned shutdown or power failure. It also helps to maximize the uptime of servers and server-attached storage devices by expediting repairs to the affected volumes when the system restarts.
Other services and components in Jaguar Server to be updated include software RAID, NFS, FTP, Print services, Apache 2, WebMail, IP Firewall, LDAP, Open Directory Password Server, Workgroup Manager, Macintosh Manager and Security Update 2002-09-20.
full description of the changes can be found on Apple’s Web site.
The update is available from the Software Update Control Panel in Jaguar Server.