FreeNAS updated to #8.0.3-p1
FreeNAS, the free and open source Network-Attached Storage operating system based on FreeBSD brings out its latest update since #8.0.3. It has an impressive list of upgrades and fixes. FreeNAS has a lot to offer from software-based storage to backup solutions for apps ranging from home to enterprise. Learn more about #8.0.3-p1.
Enhancements from the previous version
- Updated ataidle from 2.6 to 2.72 due to interoperabilities with 2.6 and certain chipsets.
- Fixed the inadyn port so that it works on i386.
- Fixed a regression for DHCP users where /etc/resolv.conf would be nulled out if DNS servers weren't specified in the GUI.
- Disabled AIO by default and change the default AIO read / write size to 4kB.
- Add in logic to start lockd and mountd when NFS is enabled s.t.
Find out more on FreeNAS #8.0.3-p1.