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Presented below for your convenience and information are the release notes of the latest releases.


SoftNAS Cloud® 4.

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September 5th, 2019

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® 4.

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New in 4.

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New Kernel 4.14.138 - The kernel has been updated to 4.14.138 to eliminate potential security risks including MLPDS, RIDL/ZombieLoad, MFBDS, and MDSUM. The new kernel is up to 11% faster for certain block I/O operations. 

Updated ZFS to 0.8.1 - ZFS has been updated in order to provide fixes and performance improvements. Major improvements to memory management, trim/discard and several obscure, known ZFS hang issues are resolved. Details on ZFS 0.8 and 0.8.1 fixes can be found here. This version of ZFS includes additional feature enhancements that are not yet supported. 

Samba 4.8.3-11 update - Samba has been updated to the latest stable release in order to eliminate potential security issues with previous versions of CIFS/SMB and incorporates minor bug fixes. 

Improved Monit Alerts - SoftNAS has added improved monit alerts to detect system issues earlier, including the following, which are now monitored and alerted upon:

  • excessive repeated retries for AWS S3 or Azure Blob.
  • s3backer errors
  • root volume space low
  • SnapReplicate replication time lag
  • Delta Sync failures 

Lift and Shift CIFS/SMB Performance Improvements - CIFS/SMB Lift and Shift now offers performance comparable to NFS and overall Lift and Shift data migration throughput has been optimized. 

HA controller bucket naming improvements - Buckets created for your HA Controller are now by default prefixed with 'softnasha' upon creation in order to allow the user to better identify these required buckets and prevent accidental deletion. Existing buckets remain unchanged in order to preserve continuity. 

Improved replication performance - Performance changes have been made to SnapReplicated delivering an average of 40% faster replication throughput by use of AES-NI hardware-based encryption acceleration.


Fixed in 4.3.0

Object Storage Support Updates - Object Storage durability and reliability has been improved when using AWS S3 and Azure Blobs.   After upgrade, there will be a “cooldown period” for object storage disks/pools, as object-backed pools are migrated to the new format. This cooldown period will be indicated on the loading screen after rebooting following the update. This cooldown period can take approximately 1 minute per 500 MB/.5 GB and should be included in upgrade maintenance window planning. 

Object Storage VDEV Limits - SoftNAS Cloud now limits object-backed pools to 4 devices per instance/VM, to help ensure the supported limits of object storage are not exceeded, and performance is optimal. Existing instances/VMs that exceed 4 object backed devices will not be modified when upgrading to 4.3.0. 

Erroneous DeltaSync error messages fixed - An erroneous error message requesting that users perform a force sync in order to establish high availability has now been fixed. 

Faster Boot Time - Modified Shutdown sequence to use ACPI and other changes resulting in up to 2x faster boot time.

Multiple SNAP HA pairs in same Azure VNET - SoftNAS Cloud now supports deployment of up to five SNAP HA pairs in the same VNET.

SNAP HA with VIPs in same Azure subnet Users can now implement SNAP HA with VIPs in the same subnet.

Max File Descriptor Limit increase - The global Max FD limit has been increased to 1,048,756 in order to match up with the limits set in other Linux distributions. Any environment already customized with a higher FD limit will not be modified.

Errata 4.3.0

Default Internet Explorer 11 on Server 2012 R2 not supported - Unable to login to the SoftNAS instance from the default IE 11 browser provided with Windows Server 2012 R2. The issue is resolved by applying latest updates, including updates to IE 11.

Webmin Download issue - Unable to download files from the web to your SoftNAS Cloud instance using webmin. This is a known issue that will be resolved in a later release. 

Incompatible Samba Config Prevention - If SoftNAS detects an incompatible SAMBA Active Directory configuration, the upgrade will not proceed and an error message will be presented.
Recommended Action: If the upgrade is blocked, contact support for further assistance.

Changes 4.3.0

SNAP HA Behavior change - If object storage is in use, a failover sequence will no longer shut down the original primary node.
Recommended Action:
 Restart the primary node manually before re-establishing the HA Pair.  To restart the primary node manually, log into the primary node and in the Storage Administration panel, select Settings>System Services, and scroll down to the bottom. Select Reboot Now

Object Storage no longer supported for SmartTiers - SoftNAS no longer supports the creation of new SmartTier pools with object storage included as a tier. Existing customers configured to use SmartTiers pools that include object storage are not affected. 

DCHA no longer supported - Dual Controller High Availability is no longer supported in new configurations, as this feature is deprecated. Customers with an existing DCHA configuration will receive continued support and will not be affected. However, in place upgrades will be prevented to avoid disruptions as this feature has been removed.

Upgrading

SoftNAS recommends that a reboot of the instance be performed prior to performing an upgrade to ensure the upgrade process starts from a stable system.

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Upgrading from 4.0 or later

1-click upgrades are supported from versions 4.0 and later to version 4.2.

For information on updating your instance: 

Updating Software

Note: It is important to note that for SnapReplication™, SNAP HA™, and DCHA™ environments, you must follow the upgrade process linked below and perform the suggested reboot after deactivation has been completed.

For upgrading a SNAP HA™ pairing:

Upgrading a SNAP HA™ pairing

Upgrading from versions before 4.0

For versions below 4.0, 1-click upgrades are not supported, and require a migration. Follow the instructions below to migrate, contact SoftNAS Support for assistance.

How To Migrate SoftNAS Cloud® Instances

Upgrading from an AWS PV Instance to AWS HVM Instance

Running SoftNAS Cloud on an AWS PV (paravirtual) instance is not supported.  You will need to migrate your SoftNAS instance from an AWS PV (paravirtual) instance to a supported AWS HVM (hardware virtual machine) instance.  Follow the instructions below to migrate or contact SoftNAS Support to for assistance.

How To Migrate SoftNAS Cloud® Instances


Note: SoftNAS does not support running the ASM and OMS Azure Extensions. If SoftNAS detects these agents running during a periodic scan, the agent will be de-installed by SoftNAS, proper removal of these Azure extensions must occur through the Azure

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portal (more information here). 

Note: Upon investigation of recent customer reports of poor performance, we have determined that a large percentage of these cases the customer has been impacted by rate limiting and throttling by the cloud providers. If you are experiencing performance related issues, we recommend first contacting your cloud provider and asking if you are being rate limited or throttled.

Note: In-place upgrades can take 45 minutes or longer to complete. Do NOT terminate the update while in progress else errors will occur. If you feel that your update is taking longer than expected, please contact SoftNAS Support for assistance and do not reboot your instance.

Note: SoftNAS Cloud will not prompt for a reboot post-update. Reboot will occur automatically. Schedule update to coincide with maintenance downtime.

Note: As of version 3.4.8 SoftNAS does not support launching SoftNAS Cloud® VMs on the Azure Classic Portal. The Azure Resource Manager (ARM) is the only supported platform on Azure.

Note: For version 4.2,  our No Downtime Guarantee™ has the following minimum technical requirements:

  • Software version must be 4.2 or above.
  • Software updates must be applied within 30 days of availability.

For more details on our No Downtime Guarantee, click here.

SoftNAS Cloud® 4.2.3 Release - March 29th, 2019

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® 4.2.3 is a maintenance release containing bug fixes.

Fixed in 4.2.3

AWS S3 bucket and IAM token issue -  During the week of March 25th, AWS made a change to the IAM token length, which impacted SoftNAS' StorageCenter's  ability to authenticate to S3 via IAM roles. This issue did not impact customers currently actively running S3 buckets, but any access requiring IAM authentication from StorageCenter would fail, including creation of new S3 buckets and other actions, such as SoftNAS upgrades, S3 storage migration, and reboots of the SoftNAS instance. This issue is resolved in this 4.2.3 release, and upgrades are now available. SoftNAS recommends that all AWS customers upgrade as soon as possible. New 4.2.3 AWS Marketplace AMIs will be available within 2 weeks.

Upgrading

SoftNAS recommends that a reboot of the instance be performed prior to performing an upgrade to ensure the upgrade process starts from a stable system. If using S3 within AWS, and updating from a version earlier than 4.2.3, your S3 bucket will not mount after the reboot. Please proceed with the upgrade process, and the S3 buckets will mount correctly following the upgrade reboot.

Upgrading from 4.0 or later

1-click upgrades are supported from versions 4.0 and later to version 4.2.

For information on updating your instance: 

Updating Software

Note: It is important to note that for SnapReplication™, in SNAP HA™ environments, you must follow the upgrade process linked below and perform the suggested reboot after deactivation has been completed.

For upgrading a SNAP HA™ pairing:

Upgrading a SNAP HA™ pairing

Upgrading from versions before 4.0

For versions below 4.0, 1-click upgrades are not supported, and require a migration. Follow the instructions below to migrate, contact SoftNAS Support for assistance.

How To Migrate SoftNAS Cloud® Instances

Upgrading from an AWS PV Instance to AWS HVM Instance

Running SoftNAS Cloud on an AWS PV (paravirtual) instance is not supported.  You will need to migrate your SoftNAS instance from an AWS PV (paravirtual) instance to a supported AWS HVM (hardware virtual machine) instance.  Follow the instructions below to migrate or contact SoftNAS Support to for assistance.

How To Migrate SoftNAS Cloud® Instances



SoftNAS Cloud® 4.2.2 Release - March 12th, 2019

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® 4.2.2 is a maintenance release containing security updates and bug fixes.

New in 4.2.2

Security Fix - A vulnerability existed with 4.2.x releases in which systems deployed with ports exposed to the internet against SoftNAS best practices could be compromised, allowing access to the system without valid user credentials, has been addressed.

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Potential Performance Degradation when using Azure ephemeral devices as L2ARC (read cache) - Azure ephemeral disk devices are throttled. When the performance of the ephemeral L2ARC device is slower than the storage pool that it serves, overall performance may be degraded. If considering using an Azure ephemeral disk device as L2ARC and are unsure of the potential performance impact, feel free to contact support for further guidance.

Upgrading

SoftNAS recommends that a reboot of the instance be performed prior to performing an upgrade to ensure the upgrade process starts from a stable system.

Upgrading from 4.0 or later

1-click upgrades are supported from versions 4.0 and later to version 4.2.

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Upgrading a SNAP HA™ pairing

Upgrading from versions before 4.0

For versions below 4.0, 1-click upgrades are not supported, and require a migration. Follow the instructions below to migrate, contact SoftNAS Support for assistance.

How To Migrate SoftNAS Cloud® Instances

Upgrading from an AWS PV Instance to AWS HVM Instance

Running SoftNAS Cloud on an AWS PV (paravirtual) instance is not supported.  You will need to migrate your SoftNAS instance from an AWS PV (paravirtual) instance to a supported AWS HVM (hardware virtual machine) instance.  Follow the instructions below to migrate or contact SoftNAS Support to for assistance.

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SoftNAS Cloud® 4.2.1 Release - Feb 14th, 2019

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® 4.2.1 is a maintenance release containing security updates and bug fixes.

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SoftNAS Cloud® 4.2 Release - November 15th, 2018

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® 4.2 is a maintenance release containing security updates, performance improvements and bug fixes.

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FlexFiles on Firefox issue - Upon first attempt to use FlexFiles and associated NiFi functionality on the Firefox browser, the user will receive a "Your connection is not secure" message. 
Recommended Action: Under Firefox settings,  open the  FlexFiles Architect frame in a new tab and using Add Exception, add an exception. 

Upgrading

SoftNAS recommends that a reboot of the instance be performed prior to performing an upgrade to ensure the upgrade process starts from a stable system.

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How To Migrate SoftNAS Cloud® Instances

Upgrading from an AWS PV Instance to AWS HVM Instance

Running SoftNAS Cloud on an AWS PV (paravirtual) instance is not supported.  You will need to migrate your SoftNAS instance from an AWS PV (paravirtual) instance to a supported AWS HVM (hardware virtual machine) instance.  Follow the instructions below to migrate or contact SoftNAS Support to for assistance.

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SoftNAS Cloud® 4.1 Release - September 17th, 2018

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® 4.1 is a feature release containing new features, improvements and bug fixes.

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Unable to add second NIC without reboot - If deploying instances without adding the second Network interface at the outset, then adding the Network interface after the fact via script/command line, the second NIC will not be active until after a reboot. 
Recommended Action: Reboot the instance, or use the following command to activate the NIC without reboot: 
echo 1 > /sys/bus/pci/rescan 

Upgrading

SoftNAS recommends that a reboot of the instance be performed prior to performing an upgrade to ensure the upgrade process starts from a stable system.

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How To Migrate SoftNAS Cloud® Instances

Upgrading from an AWS PV Instance to AWS HVM Instance

Running SoftNAS Cloud on an AWS PV (paravirtual) instance is not supported.  You will need to migrate you SoftNAS instance from an AWS PV (paravirtual) instance to a supported AWS HVM (hardware virtual machine) instance.  Follow the instructions below to migrate or contact SoftNAS Support to for assistance.

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SoftNAS Cloud® 4.0.3 Release - July 18th, 2018

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® Enterprise 4.0.3 is a maintenance release containing bug fixes.

Upgrading

SoftNAS recommends that a reboot of the instance be performed prior to performing an upgrade to ensure the upgrade process starts from a stable system.
It is important to note that for SnapReplication™, SNAP HA™, and DCHA™ environments, you must follow the documented upgrade process and perform this suggested reboot after deactivation has been completed.

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How To Migrate SoftNAS Cloud® Instances

Upgrading from an AWS PV Instance to AWS HVM Instance

Running SoftNAS Cloud on an AWS PV (paravirtual) instance is not supported.  You will need to migrate you SoftNAS instance from an AWS PV (paravirtual) instance to a supported AWS HVM (hardware virtual machine) instance.  Follow the instructions below to migrate or contact SoftNAS Support to for assistance.

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SoftNAS Cloud® 4.0.2 Release - June 15th, 2018

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® Enterprise 4.0.2 is a maintenance release containing bug fixes.

Upgrading

SoftNAS recommends that a reboot of the instance be performed prior to performing an upgrade to ensure the upgrade process starts from a stable system.
It is important to note that for SnapReplication™, SNAP HA™, and DCHA™ environments, you must follow the documented upgrade process and perform this suggested reboot after deactivation has been completed.

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How To Migrate SoftNAS Cloud® Instances

Upgrading from an AWS PV Instance to AWS HVM Instance

Running SoftNAS Cloud on an AWS PV (paravirtual) instance is not supported.  You will need to migrate you SoftNAS instance from an AWS PV (paravirtual) instance to a supported AWS HVM (hardware virtual machine) instance.  Follow the instructions below to migrate or contact SoftNAS Support to for assistance.

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SoftNAS Cloud® 4.0.1 Release - June 1st, 2018

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® Enterprise 4.0.1 is a maintenance release containing bug fixes.

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SoftNAS Cloud® 4.0 Release - May 28th, 2018

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® 4.0 is a feature release containing new features, improvements and bug fixes.

Upgrading

Upgrading from 3.4.9 or later

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How To Migrate SoftNAS Cloud® Instances

Upgrading from an AWS PV Instance to AWS HVM Instance

Running SoftNAS Cloud on an AWS PV (paravirtual) instance is not supported.  You will need to migrate you SoftNAS instance from an AWS PV (paravirtual) instance to a supported AWS HVM (hardware virtual machine) instance.  Follow the instructions below to migrate or contact SoftNAS Support to for assistance.

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SoftNAS Cloud® 3.7.3 Release - June 29th, 2018

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® Enterprise 3.7.3 is a maintenance release containing bug fixes.

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SoftNAS Cloud® 3.7.2 Release - March 28th, 2018

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® Enterprise 3.7.2 is a maintenance release containing bug fixes.

Upgrading

Upgrading from versions prior to 3.4.9

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SoftNAS Cloud® 3.7.1 Release - Feb 20, 2018

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® Enterprise 3.7.1 is a maintenance release containing bug fixes.

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With the current release, we are including a kernel update for the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities. As SoftNAS Cloud® is hosted on AWS, Azure, and VMware platforms, this kernel update and fixes provided by each platform will mitigate the risk. As such, no action beyond upgrading to the latest version of SoftNAS Cloud® is necessary.

Upgrading

Upgrading from versions prior to 3.4.9

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SoftNAS Cloud® 3.7 Release - JAN 22nd, 2018

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® Enterprise 3.7 is a feature release containing new features, beta additions, improvements and bug fixes.

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With the current release, we are including a kernel update for the Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities. As SoftNAS Cloud® is hosted on AWS, Azure, and VMware platforms, this kernel update and fixes provided by each platform will mitigate the risk. As such, no action beyond upgrading to the latest version of SoftNAS Cloud® is necessary.

Upgrading

Upgrading from versions prior to 3.4.9

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SoftNAS Cloud® 3.6.1 Release - Oct 26th, 2017

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® 3.6.1 is a maintenance release containing fixes, and improvements.

Upgrading

Upgrading from versions prior to 3.4.9

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SoftNAS Cloud® 3.6 Release - Sept 18th, 2017

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® Enterprise 3.6 is a feature release containing new features, beta additions, improvements and bug fixes. 

Upgrading

Upgrading from versions prior to 3.4.9

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SoftNAS Cloud 3.5.6 Release - July 28th , 2017

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® 3.5.6 is a maintenance release containing fixes, and improvements. Version 3.5.6 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud®.

Upgrading

Upgrading from versions prior to 3.4.9

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SoftNAS Cloud 3.5.5 Release - July 17th , 2017

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® 3.5.5 is a maintenance release containing fixes, and improvements. Version 3.5.5 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud®.

Upgrading

Upgrading from versions prior to 3.4.9

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SoftNAS Cloud 3.5.4 Release - June 28th , 2017

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® 3.5.4 is a maintenance release containing fixes, and improvements. Version 3.5.4 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud®.

Upgrading

Upgrading from versions prior to 3.4.9

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SoftNAS Cloud 3.5.3 Release - June 23rd , 2017

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® 3.5.3 is a maintenance release containing fixes, and improvements. Version 3.5.3 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud®.

Upgrading

Upgrading from versions prior to 3.4.9

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SoftNAS Cloud 3.5.2 Release - June 19th , 2017

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® 3.5.2 is a maintenance release containing fixes, and improvements. Version 3.5.3 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud®.

Upgrading

Upgrading from versions prior to 3.4.9

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SoftNAS Cloud 3.5.1 Release - June 9th , 2017

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® 3.5.1 is a maintenance release containing fixes, and improvements. Version 3.5 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud®.

Upgrading

Upgrading from versions prior to 3.4.9

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SoftNAS Cloud® 3.5 Release - June 1st , 2017

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® NAS 3.5 is a feature release containing linux and kernel updates, fixes, and improvements. Version 3.5 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud® NAS.

Upgrading

Upgrading from versions prior to 3.4.9

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SoftNAS Cloud® 3.4.9.7 Release - March 27, 2017

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® NAS 3.4.9.7 is a maintenance release containing fixes, and improvements. Version 3.4.9.7 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud® NAS.

Upgrading

Upgrading from 3.4.0 through 3.4.9.6

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SoftNAS Cloud 3.4.9.6 Release - March 03, 2017

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® NAS 3.4.9.6 is a maintenance release containing fixes, and improvements. Version 3.4.9.6 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud® NAS.

Upgrading

Upgrading from 3.4.0 through 3.4.9.5

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SoftNAS Cloud® NAS 3.4.9.5 Release - Feb 21, 2017

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® NAS 3.4.9.5 is a maintenance release containing fixes, and improvements. Version 3.4.9.5 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud® NAS.

Upgrading

Upgrading from 3.4.0 through 3.4.9.4

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SoftNAS Cloud® 3.4.9.4 Release - Dec 21, 2016 

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® NAS 3.4.9.4 is a maintenance release containing fixes, and improvements.  Version 3.4.9.4 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud® NAS. 

Upgrading

Upgrading from 3.4.0 through 3.4.9.2

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SoftNAS Cloud® 3.4.9.3 Release - Nov 21, 2016

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® NAS 3.4.9.3 is a maintenance release containing fixes, and improvements. Version 3.4.9.3 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud® NAS.

Upgrading

Upgrading from 3.4.0 through 3.4.9.2

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SoftNAS Cloud® 3.4.9.2 Release - Nov 15, 2016

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® 3.4.9.2 is a maintenance release containing fixes, and improvements. Version 3.4.9.2 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud® NAS.

Upgrading

Upgrading from 3.4.0 through 3.4.9.1

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SoftNAS Cloud® 3.4.9.1 Release - Oct 25, 2016

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® 3.4.9.1 is a maintenance release containing fixes, and improvements. Version 3.4.9.1 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud® NAS.

Upgrading

Upgrading from 3.4.0 through 3.4.9

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SoftNAS Cloud® 3.4.9 Release - Sept 15, 2016

Overview

Version 3.4.9 is a maintenance release containing critical fixes and improvements. Version 3.4.9 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud.

Upgrading

Upgrading from 3.4.0 through 3.4.9

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SoftNAS Cloud® 3.4.8 Release - Sept 1, 2016

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® NAS 3.4.8 is a maintenance release containing feature additions, fixes, and improvements. Version 3.4.8 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud.

Upgrading

Upgrading from 3.4.0 through 3.4.8

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SoftNAS Cloud®  3.4.7.4 Release - Aug 19, 2016

Overview

Version 3.4.7.4 is a maintenance release containing critical fixes and improvements. Version 3.4.7.4 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud. Upgrading to this release is highly recommended for anyone leveraging Cloud Disks.

Upgrading

Upgrading from 3.4.0 through 3.4.7

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SoftNAS Cloud®  3.4.7.3 Release - Aug 2, 2016

Overview

Version 3.4.7.3 is a maintenance release containing critical fixes and improvements. Version 3.4.7.3 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud.

Upgrading

Upgrading from 3.4.0 through 3.4.7

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SoftNAS Cloud® 3.4.7.2 Release - June 13, 2016

Overview

Version 3.4.7.2 is a maintenance release containing critical fixes and improvements. Version 3.4.7.2 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud.

Upgrading

Upgrading from 3.4.0 through 3.4.7

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Version 3.4.7.1 is a maintenance release containing critical fixes and improvements. Version 3.4.7.1 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud.

Upgrading

Upgrading from 3.4.0 through 3.4.7

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SoftNAS Cloud® 3.4.7 Release - May 16, 2016

Overview

Version 3.4.7 is a maintenance release containing critical fixes and improvements. Version 3.4.7 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud® NAS.

Upgrading

Upgrading from 3.4.0 through 3.4.7

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SoftNAS Cloud® 3.4.6.2 Release - March 30, 2016

Overview

Version 3.4.6.2 is a maintenance release containing critical fixes and improvements. Version 3.4.6.2 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud.

Upgrading

Upgrading from 3.4.0 through 3.4.6

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SoftNAS Cloud® 3.4.6.1 Release - March 21, 2016

Overview

Version 3.4.6.1 is an optional maintenance release containing upgrades that allow use of AWS' new Flexible Consumption Pricing model. If not switching to the Flexible Consumption Pricing model, this upgrade can be skipped. Version 3.4.6.1 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud® NAS.

Upgrading

Upgrading from 3.4.0 through 3.4.6

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SoftNAS Cloud® 3.4.6 Release - March 08, 2016

Overview

Version 3.4.6 is a maintenance release containing critical fixes and improvements. Version 3.4.6 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud® NAS.

Upgrading

Upgrading from 3.4.0 through 3.4.6

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SoftNAS Cloud® 3.4.5 Release - January 13, 2016

Overview

Version 3.4.5 is a maintenance release containing critical fixes and improvements. Version 3.4.5 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud® NAS.

Upgrading

Upgrading from 3.4.0 through 3.4.5

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SoftNAS Cloud® 3.4.4 Release - December 22, 2015

Overview

Version 3.4.4 is a maintenance release containing critical fixes and improvements. Version 3.4.4 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS® Cloud NAS.

Upgrading

Upgrading from 3.4.0 through 3.4.4

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SoftNAS Cloud® 3.4.3 Release - December 4, 2015

Overview

Version 3.4.3 fixes a licensing issue in 3.4.0-3.4.2 for SoftNAS Cloud Standard on AWS Marketplace. Version 3.4.3 is compatible with all editions of SoftNAS Cloud® NAS.

Upgrading

Upgrading from 3.4.0 through 3.4.2

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SoftNAS Cloud® 3.4.2 Release - November 21, 2015

Overview

Versions 3.4.2 provides additional security to major release version 3.4.0. Version 3.4.2 for all editions of SoftNAS Cloud® NAS is available. Upgrading to version 3.4.2 is highly recommended to address critical feature and security enhancements.

Upgrading

Upgrading from 3.4.0 or 3.4.1

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SoftNAS Cloud® 3.4.0 Release - November 10, 2015

Overview

SoftNAS Cloud® NAS 3.4.0 is a maintenance release containing feature additions, fixes, and improvements.

Upgrading

Upgrading from 3.3.3 or 3.3.4:

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