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FreeNAS 8.2.0 release available for download

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After four beta versions and one release candidate, FreeNAS 8.2.0 is available for download. FreeNAS is a free, open-source, Network-Attached Storage (NAS) operating system based on FreeBSD.

Excerpt from their release announcement:

The FreeNAS development team is pleased to announce the immediate availability of FreeNAS 8.2.0-RELEASE. FreeNAS 8.2.0-RELEASE is the first release on new branch of code that incorporates tighter integration between the ZFS command line and the FreeNAS GUI. This release also features the ability to run arbitrary services and interact with them through the FreeNAS GUI in a FreeBSD jail. This jail allows a wide range of third party software to be run on top of FreeNAS, using the PBI format from PC-BSD or FreeBSD packages or ports, as well as official FreeNAS plugins. Additional features include: support for iSCSI target reload; GUI support for SAS and FC multipath hardware; WebShell accessible from the FreeNAS web interface; ZFS scrubs are configurable from the GUI; a newer web toolkit is used in the GUI, enabling use of mobile browsers; an autotuning script tunes ZFS for the hardware it’s running on.

Read the press release, the release notes, and an important update to 8.2.0-RELEASE-p1. DownloadFreeNAS-8.2.0-RELEASE-p1-x86.iso (96MB, SHA256), FreeNAS-8.2.0-RELEASE-p1-x64.iso (104MB, SHA256).

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Upcoming Linux and BSD releases

June 7, 2010 Leave a comment

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Summary of expected upcoming releases

Development, unannounced and minor bug-fix releases

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