Starting with AEM 6.1 Service Pack 2, Adobe has introduced a single delivery model for releasing fixes. Instead of releasing hot fixes for single issues, Adobe will release a Cumulative Fix Pack (CFP) every month (subject to passing quality checks), which is an aggregator content package for multiple fixes. CFPs primarily include bug fixes but might also include Feature Packs. They have the following advantages over single hotfix releases:
- Cumulative in nature (for example, CFP 3 contains fixes for CFP2 and CFP1)For more information on CFP and other releases, see Maintenance Release Vehicle.
- Increased quality assurance
- Simplified installation (User installs a CFP as a single package that has no dependencies, except for the latest service pack)
The Adobe Experience Manager 6.1 Cumulative Fix Pack is available on the Adobe Package Share and the release notes at https://helpx.adobe.com/experience-manager/release-notes--aem-6-1-cumulative-fix-pack-.html.