Here is a table that contains a comprehensive list of FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint versions including RTM, cumulative updates (CU’s), and hotfixes. Please let me know if you find any errors or have a version not listed here by using the comments.
|Build||Release||Component||Information||Source (Link to Download)|
|14.0.4763.1000||RTM||FAST Search Server||Mark van Dijk|
|14.0.5128.5001||October 2010 CU||FAST Search Server||KB2449730||Mark van Dijk|
|14.0.5136.5000||February 2011 CU||FAST Search Server||KB2504136||Mark van Dijk|
|14.0.6029.1000||Service Pack 1||FAST Search Server||KB2460039||Todd Klindt|
|14.0.6109.5000||August 2011 CU||FAST Search Server||KB2553040||Todd Klindt|
|14.0.6117.5002||February 2012 CU||FAST Search Server||KB2597131||Todd Klindt|
|14.0.6120.5000||April 2012 CU||FAST Search Server||KB2598329||Todd Klindt|
|14.0.6126.5000||August 2012 CU||FAST Search Server||KB2687489||Mark van Dijk|
|14.0.6129.5000||October 2012 CU||FAST Search Server||KB2760395||Todd Klindt|
|14.0.6137.5000||April 2013 CU||FAST Search Server||KB2794672||Todd Klindt|
|14.0.7015.1000||Service Pack 2||FAST Search Server||KB2687446||Todd Klindt|
Recently I went looking for a list of CU’s, Service Packs (SP1, SP2, etc…) and version numbers for FAST installations. I found two very useful sources:
- Todd Klindt’s blog post “SharePoint 2010 Build Numbers”
- Mark van Dijk’s blog post “FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint versions/build numbers”
Unfortunately neither one was sufficient for me to get a “complete” condensed view of FAST 2010. Using Todd’s page I did a browser find for “FAST” but it skips any record that might include FAST but didn’t explicitly say so, for example Todd’s post doesn’t explicitly include RTM, October 2010 CU, or February 2011 CU. At the time of this writing Mark’s post doesn’t include the April 2013 CU or SP2. So here is a consolidated list marring the two.
I’ve also included links to the original list that has download links to the CU’s on either Todd or Mark’s blog. For the source for this data, I’ve used Excel to parse and clean up the data so I can sort and filter. The link can be found here on SkyDrive. There are two tabs, one for all components and a second tab for just FAST used to copy/paste into the blog post table above.
Special thanks to Todd Klindt and Mark van Dijk for providing the source information for this consolidated list.