TrueNAS 12-U2 releases: Open Source storage operating system
TrueNAS is the world’s most popular Open Source storage operating system and is the most efficient solution for managing and sharing data over a network. It is the simplest way to create a safe, secure, centralized, and easily accessible place for your data. TrueNAS Open Storage provides unified storage for a file, block, object, and application data.
It can be installed on virtually any hardware platform and is suitable for home, business, and enterprise applications. There are three editions of TrueNAS that enable a broad range of applications while sharing common management tools and enabling data.
Changelog TrueNAS 12-U2
- Networking Performance: A performance bug has been found in Chelsio and Intel drivers for FreeBSD 12.2.
- OpenZFS ACoW Corruption: While fixed in Hot-Patch U1.1, users still running 12.0 or 12.0-U1 are encouraged to update right away to avoid any potential issues on workloads using another filesystem on top of ZFS (Typically Virtualization Specific).
- SMTP Oauth: Resolves an issue with setting up email alerts while using Gmail’s Oauth functionality.