Linked by jessesmith on Thu 11th Dec 2014 17:33 UTC

The FreeNAS project, a network attached storage solution based on FreeBSD, has launched FreeNAS 9.3. The new version introduces some significant changes, including the ability to roll back software updates and a new, streamlined interface.

This FreeNAS update is a significant evolutionary step from previous FreeNAS releases, featuring a simplified and reorganized Web User Interface, support for Microsoft ODX and Windows 2012 clustering, better VMWare integration, including VAAI support, a new and more secure update system with roll-back functionality, and hundreds of other technology enhancements.

The release notes for FreeNAS 9.3 contain more details and instructions for upgrading from previous releases.

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by devnet on Thu 11th Dec 2014 18:08 UTC
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Gonna be some upset people since there isn't a 32bit version...

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RE: Hrmm..
by dnebdal on Fri 12th Dec 2014 14:21 UTC in reply to "Hrmm.."
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Probably. On the other hand, most intel/amd CPUs have supported amd64 for a good while now; much like IE6 there comes a point where it's probably not worth supporting.

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RE[2]: Hrmm..
by devnet on Fri 12th Dec 2014 14:54 UTC in reply to "RE: Hrmm.."
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Well I really wasn't going for new installs here. I know a lot of people running 9.2 on small x86 platforms (32bit) won't have an upgrade path. For complex configurations, that sucks.

But yeah, it won't be a big deal to those who move forward with new installs.

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by Anonymous on Mon 15th Dec 2014 13:46 UTC