ReadyNAS OS Version 6.1.7
Release Date April 11, 2014
ReadyNAS OS V6.1.7 Release Notes:
arm (RN102 / RN104 / RN2120)
x86 (RN312 / RN314 / RN316 / RN516 / RN716x / RN3220 / RN4220)
Enhancements & Bug Fixes:
Fixed automated antivirus definition update process to prevent a condition which the definition updates do not occur until a system reboot.
Added informative logs when failing to join an Active Directory (ADS) domain.
Fixed backup job issue to improve support for SCO FTP servers.
Fixed backup job issue when empty directories on FTP server could cause the following directory contents to be skipped.
Fixed network setting error in UI when there are no DNS servers configured.
Fixed defrag hangs with large, very fragmented files.
Fixed iTunes video playback support.
Applied various security updates.
Supports DLNA/UPnP-AV searches issued by clients using the Grilo framework.
Fixed DLNA video stuttering issue on Panasonic clients.
Added system serial number to SNMP queries.
Fixed possible large file transfer failure immediately after a reboot. Additional attempts would succeed.
Fixed incremental backup when the job is configured to do a full backup every >= 2 weeks.
Compression option can be enabled when creating a new shared folder.
Deployment Notes / Limitations:
After deleting a volume and creating a new one the old volume may still show up until after a reboot.
WOL will not be supported on 3220/4220 at this time for 10GbE. Use 1GbE port for WOL.
Disk failure on the 3220 and 4220 will not show LED failure for the exact drive that has failed, use local web admin page for disk failure information.
Deleting volume with ReadyNAS Vault enabled will show error. User must turn off vault first.
Can't set up bond on interfaces that are not already connected.
If the USB key is missing from the system for Encryption, there is no error message presented.
If USB key is missing for encryption, the user has to wait on a 10 minute timeout. After that, the encrypted volume is displayed as inactive.
If a Flex-RAID volume has been expanded, the volume cannot be switched back to X-RAID mode.
If you wish to remove a USB storage device, you should follow the safe removal procedure of first unmounting before removing the USB device. If these steps are not followed then you may develop errors on the file system on the USB device.
UPS may report incorrect status after reboot, it may send out a warning during this time. After sometime, the UPS will start reporting the correct information.
ReadyNAS 102, 104, and 2120 only support creating iSCSI LUNs 8TB and smaller.
Published 04/11/2014 04:44 AM | Updated 04/14/2014 03:49 AM