Available: FreeNAS 8.0 RC2

iXsystems has announced FreeNAS RC2. Josh Paetzel writes:

I uploaded RC2 to Sourceforge Friday and am just getting around to an announcement now, some health issues prevented me from gettin as much computer time as I would’ve liked this weekend.

That being said, RC2 is now available! Please check out the release notes when you download, we introduced an upgrade via the GUI feature in RC1, so with this release that can be taken advantage of.

This version contains fixes for issues that were encountered in RC1. It does not contain the list of new functionality that was scheduled for RC2, but it contains enough fixes that it was a significant improvement over RC1.

FreeNAS 8 should be installed to a USB stick or Compact Flash device. It requires a device of at least 1 GB in size. In a departure from FreeNAS 0.7 releases, the OS drive can not be used as a component for a volume, nor can it be partitioned for sharing.

New in this RC:

GUI Firmware upgrades are supported, but do to a bug in the interaction between FreeBSD, lighttpd, and python they work intermittantly. There is a work-around which wasn’t implemented in time for RC2. The procedure involves running commands from the CLI shell. etc etc

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One thought on “Available: FreeNAS 8.0 RC2

  1. Aditya G. Jadhav says:

    hi

    nice RC1 slower ?? what next about RC2 ??
    thanks for support.
    with warm wish
    J.Aditya

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