FreeNAS 8.2.0-BETA2 released

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    jpaetzel, Mar 13, 2012

    It's been a long road, and it's not anywhere close to being done, but
    FreeNAS is a step closer to a release with plugins.

    I'm pleased to announce on behalf of the FreeNAS team, FreeNAS
    8.2.0-BETA2, available for immediate download from sourceforge.

    https://sourceforge.net/projects/freenas/files/FreeNAS-8.2.0/

    Release Notes for FreeNAS 8.2.0-BETA2

    *** IMPORTANT ***

    - The image size increased in 8.0.1-BETA3. The new size requires a 2 GB
    storage device. The GUI upgrade can be used to upgrade a system from
    BETA3, BETA4, or RC1 but upgrades from earlier releases can only be
    done from the CD. The other option is to save the config, reinstall
    the new version, then restore the config.
    - FreeBSD can be really touchy with hardware. Please be sure to update
    your BIOS/BMC firmware when upgrading / installing FreeNAS if you run
    into OS hang issues. There have been cases identified where a BIOS
    upgrade has fixed driver hangs, and/or other issues with FreeNAS; one
    such example was with an Intel 82578DC motherboard, as noted in the
    FreeNAS 8 forum thread titled "8.0.3-RELEASE coming soon..":
    http://bit.ly/rq78Q3 , post # 70-88. Again, please only do this if you
    experience booting / runtime issues, as some vendors don't test
    FreeBSD interoperability as much as others between major firmware
    releases.
    - Previous builds were branded as i386/amd64 (32-bit and 64-bit
    respectively). 8.0.3-RC1+ rebranded the architectures as x86 and x64,
    respectively.
    - 8.0.1 and 8.0.2 images advertised CIFS shares to Macs by default but
    8.0.3 and later images don't advertise CIFS shares by default. If you
    want to advertise CIFS shares in 8.0.3 and later, be sure to turn on
    "Zeroconf" support in the CIFS global settings.
    - Builds prior to 8.0.3-RELEASE with 'CIFS' didn't actually have AIO
    (asynchronous I/O) enabled. So, if you experience performance
    degradation after upgrading from prior versions of FreeNAS to
    8.0.3-RELEASE or newer, turn off AIO or tune the AIO size from '1' to
    something more reasonable (the new default in 8.0.3-RELEASE-p1 is 4096
    or 4kB).

    Changes in the 8.2 branch versus 8.0.x


    Overview
    ========================

    The 8.2 branch of FreeNAS introduces many functional changes when
    compared with the 8.0.x releases.

    ZFS can be manipulated from the CLI, and changes for supported items
    tracked by FreeNAS will be reflected in the GUI. zvols, datasets, and
    entire volumes can be created, destroyed, or manipulated on the CLI and
    will be propagated to the GUI.

    The GUI now supports active-passive multipath capable hardware, which
    targets mainly SAS drives on dual expander backplanes. Any multipath
    capable devices that are detected will be placed in multipath units
    which are then exposed to the GUI, and the parent devices will be
    hidden.

    Plugins are now available. Third party modules can be added to FreeNAS
    which will persist across upgrades and can be manipulated and configured
    from the GUI. Documentation on using and creating plugins is available
    at http://doc.freenas.org/index.php/Plugins_Configuration . BitTorrent,
    DLNA/uPNP, and iTunes plugins are available as of this writing.

    The GUI now includes a webshell, which allows you to access a root
    shell from within a web browser.

    The "Create Volume" modal was renamed to "Volume Manager". Extending
    existing pools is more intuitive than it was previously; selecting
    multiple disks for a storage volume is now done via a multiselect
    widget instead of checkboxes to improve ease of use when creating
    volumes.

    ZFS volumes can now have periodic scrub tasks configured for them; the
    default is set to 35 days to be consistent with the OS default.

    An autotuning script is now available -- disabled by default. It sets
    various tunables and sysctls based on system resources and components.
    The predetermined values are exposed through the GUI from the Sysctls
    and Tunables panes.

    A newer web toolkit is used, which behaves better with modal dialogs
    and more intuitively in general when compared with older versions.
    It also has better browser compatibility, including compatibility with
    Android / iOS mobile devices!

    A more responsive service state detection mechanism was added to
    improve FreeNAS interoperability in VM software (VMware, VirtualBox,
    etc).


    Enhancements
    ========================

    Build
    ------------------------

    1. Refactoring of the build system was done to ease release
    engineering and make FreeNAS software development easier, faster,
    and more deterministic.

    2. Plugin jail generation was integrated into the build system.


    GUI
    ------------------------

    1. The current password box for changing the admin password is hidden
    when there isn't an admin password set.

    2. Adding users allows for placing users into additional groups, as well
    as greater clarity about the primary group the user will be in.

    3. The NTP configuration fields are split in to separate fields instead
    of overloading a single field.

    4. Create Volume is now renamed to Volume manager, and has a different
    widgit for selecting multiple disks, as well as a better GUI for
    extending existing volumes versus adding new volumes.

    5. Create dataset and create zvol are now buttons listed per pool, in
    addition nested datasets can be created as a dataset has an add
    dataset button.

    6. Deleting volumes and datasets properly cascades to shares and
    services; notification is provided if a filesystem is in use and
    the configuration database is guaranteed to be more consistent with
    the system state.

    7. Update the GUI to reflect the fact that the dynamic DNS update period
    is in seconds, not milliseconds.

    8. Add the ability to enable or disable the autotuner to system ->
    settings -> advanced.

    9. Alias IPs are displayed in the interface configuration screen.

    10. ZFS scrubs can be scheduled via the GUI.

    11. The IP address used to connect to the FreeNAS box is displayed in
    the GUI.

    Middleware
    ------------------------

    1. Significant refactoring of the middleware was done to support
    various changes made to the GUI.


    OS/Third party
    ------------------------

    1. Add the iSCSI initiator kernel module to the system.


    Plugins
    ------------------------



    AFP
    ------------------------



    CIFS
    ------------------------



    iSCSI
    ------------------------

    1. Use configured IPs on the system as candidates for portal addresses.


    NFS
    ------------------------



    Tools
    ------------------------



    Bugfixes
    ========================

    Build
    ------------------------



    GUI
    ------------------------

    1. Exclude snapshots with existing clones from the pending delete list.
    This fixes an issue where a clone will prevent an existing snapshot
    from being deleted by the autosnapper.

    2. Browser cache can become confused when the same browser is used to
    access multiple versions of FreeNAS. Version specific cache data
    was added to mitigate this issue.


    Middleware
    ------------------------



    OS/Third party
    ------------------------



    Plugins
    ------------------------



    AFP
    ------------------------



    AD/CIFS/LDAP
    ------------------------

    1. Disable directory name caching, which improves performance on BSD.

    2. Remove the ability to set a guest account per share, this is a global
    setting only.

    3. Change the default guest account to nobody.

    4. Add anonymous LDAP bind support.

    iSCSI
    ------------------------

    1. Ensure that a file extent resides in a volume.


    NFS
    ------------------------



    Tools
    ------------------------




    Changes since 8.0.4-RC1:

    Enhancements
    ========================

    GUI
    ------------------------

    1. Rename 'loaders' to 'tunables' to target the FreeBSD concept under
    inspection (kernel tunables) (SF r10235, r10236).

    Bugfixes
    ========================

    OS/Third party
    ------------------------

    1. Remove sane caps for minimum ZFS requirements for lower spec'ed home
    user machines added in 8.0.4-BETA1. A better solution will be devised
    in 8.2.0 with automatic system tuning, similar to legacy's
    zfskerntune (SF r10271).

    CIFS
    ------------------------

    1. Correct guest parameter setting in the GUI as it's a global option,
    not a per-share option (SF r10296).
    2. Allow Guest Only parameter only makes sense when Allow Guest is
    specified (SF r10300).
    3. Validate guest setting prior to accepting POST to ensure that the
    value set for Guest is sane.


    Changes since 8.0.4-BETA2:

    Enhancements
    ========================

    Build
    ------------------------

    1. Remove Full_Install from the compressed disk image name to avoid
    potential confusion when looking at the disk image vs the GUI
    upgrade image (SF r10154).

    Middleware
    ------------------------

    1. Do not restart collectd (reporting backend) when deleting snapshots
    in the GUI (SF r10139).

    Tools
    ------------------------

    1. Add arcstat.py and arc_summary.py tools originally contributed by
    jhell (FreeBSD contributor), ported by jhixson to FreeNAS 8.x.

    Bugfixes
    ========================

    GUI
    ------------------------

    1. Correct window title for snapshot deletion GUI (SF r10138).

    Middleware
    ------------------------

    1. Catch ZFS snapshot errors when snapshots are done via the GUI
    instead of
    failing silently (SF r10152).
    2. Work around interoperability issues with user / group population in the
    GUI by failing silently in certain cases if AD/LDAP users cannot be
    retrieved (SF r10140).
    3. Fix case where local and remote paths passed to rsync in Rsync tasks
    weren't quoted, so paths with spaces in them would not work (FN 1285).


    Changes since 8.0.4-BETA1:

    Enhancements
    ========================

    OS/Third party
    ------------------------

    1. Update transmission to 2.42 (SF r10093).
    2. Add MegaCLI tool (SF r10072, r10073).
    3. Disable periodic tasks in the base system that would negatively
    impact system performance on NAS boxes with large directory
    structures (SF r10113).

    Bugfixes
    ========================

    Middleware
    ------------------------

    1. Fix handling for 'every day' SMART tasks created in the GUI
    (SF r10088).
    2. Add in several robustness fixes to reduce potential for filesystem
    corruption on root / boot device. In some scenarios this would also
    improve performance when fetching data from the root device as well
    (SF r10095, r10109, r10129).

    CIFS
    ------------------------
    1. Fix vfs objects modules ordering so shadow copy (aka previous
    versions) support functions again (FN 935, FN 1186, FN 1275).
    2. Update samba to 3.6.3 to resolve several bugs (both security and
    non-security related) (SF r10127).

    iSCSI
    ------------------------

    1. Network field from iSCSI initiator could contain multiple IP
    addresses, CIDR addresses, or ANY keyword (SF r10082).
    2. Generate istgt.conf properly if and when multiple initiators were
    specified (SF r10081).


    Changes since 8.0.3-RELEASE-p1:

    Enhancements
    ========================

    Build
    ------------------------
    1. Add .img suffix to simplify mounting full disk image for Windows and
    OSX users (FN # 1236).

    OS/Third party
    ------------------------

    1. Update firefly to 1696_6 for iTunes 10.5.2+ compatibility.
    2. Add in sane caps for minimum ZFS requirements for lower spec'ed home
    user machines.

    AD/CIFS
    ------------------------

    1. Automatically create AD/LDAP user home directories (FN # 1203).
    2. Add 'allow trusted domains' knob in the CIFS global configuration
    (FN # 998).

    iSCSI
    ------------------------

    1. Restrict portal input in the GUI to prevent scenarios where
    incorrect input would prevent iSCSI from starting (FN # 1231).

    Rsync
    ------------------------

    1. Add rsync+SSH functionality (FN # 990).
    2. Add functionality to differentiate rsync pushing from pulling
    (FN # 394).

    Bugfixes
    ========================

    GUI
    ------------------------

    1. Fix disks / partition parsing when importing volumes (FN # 1202).
    2. Restrict users from creating cronjobs / rsync tasks with long
    usernames (FN # 1061).

    Middleware
    ------------------------

    1. Correct smbpasswd parsing when debug level isn't set to minimum
    logging (FN # 1224).

    AD/CIFS
    ------------------------

    1. Escape samba AD/LDAP passwords (FN # 1225).
    2. Ensure guest accounts are disabled if checked (SF r8276).


    Changes since 8.0.3-RELEASE:

    Enhancements
    ------------------------

    OS/Third party
    ========================

    1. Update ataidle from 2.6 to 2.72 based on maintainer's (brucec@FreeBSD)
    recommendation due to interoperabilities with 2.6 and certain chipsets.
    2. Fix the inadyn port so that it works on i386.

    Bugfixes
    ------------------------

    Middleware
    ========================
    1. Fix a regression for DHCP users where /etc/resolv.conf would be nulled
    out if DNS servers weren't specified in the GUI.

    AD/CIFS
    ========================
    1. Disable AIO by default and change the default AIO read / write size to
    4kB. This was done provided feedback and the fact that the build fixes
    actually enabled AIO, whereas prior releases didn't enable it by
    default. This can cause issues with machines that don't have the
    resources to service AIO requests quickly enough, where previously they
    would be able to service requests at near line speeds, whereas after
    they are unable to service requests that quickly.

    NFS:
    ========================
    1. Add in logic to start lockd and mountd when NFS is enabled s.t. FreeNAS
    doesn't need to be manually prodded to start the services, or rebooted
    in order for the services to become effective.

    Changes since 8.0.2-RELEASE:

    Enhancements
    ------------------------

    OS/Third party
    ========================

    1. Use smaller block and frag sizes for /etc and /var .
    2. Import a build tweak to nuke /var/db/pkg to save ~7MB space.
    3. Other build tweaks to remove non-essential features and packages from
    the image.
    4. Disable output to /var/log/console.log in non-debug builds to avoid
    unnecessary duplication in /var/log/messages .
    5. Upgrade ataidle to 2.6.
    6. Upgrade nut / net-snmp to 2.6.2 and 5.7.1, respectively.
    7. Import omnibus build system fixes to fix the fact that the 8.0.3-BETA1
    image was broken due to the environment of the build machine where it
    was produced on. This also fixes other items, such as DDNS because of
    build environment tainting.
    8. Increase the /var md size from 74MB to 160MB s.t. samba will be able
    to service requests copying large sets of files, and the rest of the
    system will be able to play nicely with samba to a certain degree.
    More tuning is required for larger samba userbases.

    GUI
    ========================

    1. Add kernel tunable / sysctl support.

    Middleware
    ========================

    1. Hide Etc/GMT* timezones as they're behavior is counterintuitive and
    conflicts with Windows 7 semantics (see r8707).

    AD/CIFS
    ========================

    1. Bump samba from 3.5.11 to 3.6.1.
    2. Address simple failure cases with getting Kerberos tickets (clock
    skew) and joining AD domains (invalid passwords, bad short domain
    names,
    etc) so that users could better rectify improperly configured NAS
    boxes;
    this means that if either of these cases fail, the GUI will now inform
    the user that the 'Active Directory' service is stopped.
    3. Fix cachetool to better prevent potential race condition at boot
    between
    winbindd and ix-cache.
    4. Add knob for enabling/disabling Zeroconf/Bonjour (avahi) support in the
    GUI. For technical reasons outside of the author's control, this
    feature defaults to off when upgrading FreeNAS. FreeNAS admins
    anticipating that they will have Mac users attempting to connect to
    CIFS
    shares should enable this feature.

    AFP
    ========================

    1. Bump netatalk to 2.2.1.
    2. Add knob for controlling the maximum number of configurable connections
    (see ticket: 847).
    3. Only advertise services via avahi if they're enabled (see ticket: 852).

    Rsync
    ========================

    - NFSv4 ACL support (see: r8375, r8414).

    Bugfixes
    ------------------------

    OS/Third party
    ========================

    1. Fix NTFS volume imports.

    GUI
    ========================

    1. ZFS volume deletion failed when trying to delete zvol with the name
    'zvol'.
    2. SSH pubkey saving was broken unless you manually add a newline to the
    text box.
    3. Fix traceback when trying to edit user if ssh public key was not
    specified.
    4. Fix the bug in rsync tasks where it would strip the trailing '/' off
    the end of the destination path.
    5. Fix a validation error when editing users / groups in 8.0.2+ where
    if one entered in a path that wasn't valid, the GUI would traceback
    instead of punting the actual validation error.
    6. Fix an issue where if one entered in an invalid path, the GUI would
    traceback instead of providing feedback stating that the directory
    provided was invalid.

    Middleware
    ========================

    1. Rsync task/crontab generation was broken with AD usernames and other
    unsanitized input.
    2. Fix email regressions since 8.0.2-RELEASE-p1 (SMART emails now work
    with more than one recipient, non-SMTP authentication based emails
    work again).
    4. Fix an issue where if one autosnap process was killed uncleanly, more
    autosnap processes could back up and eventually deadlock the system.
    5. Fix an issue where the ZFS scrub cronjobs would execute every 30 days
    instead of a number divisible by 7, so what would generally happen is
    that ZFS scrubs would generally execute in the middle of the week.
    6. Fix setting httpd to listen on an interface which is not the first
    interface.
    7. Add logic to create home directories on demand instead of failing
    'silently' if the path to the directory didn't already exist.
    8. Fix 'detaching' NTFS/UFS volumes so that it unmounts the volume in
    the FreeBSD backend.

    AD/CIFS
    ========================

    1. Change the default workgroup from FREENAS to WORKGROUP as having
    the same
    name for the workgroup and the hostname is illegal per the SMB/CIFS
    protocol.

    Cosmetic items
    ------------------------

    1. Change "SSH key" in GUI to "SSH Public Key".
    2. Fix GUI trademarks and branding to be more consistent with proper
    branding, similar to what TrueNAS does today.



    Major changes since 8.0.1-RELEASE:

    - The email subsystem was not working correctly in 8.0.1-RELEASE, which
    resulted in the system not being able to send mail, as well as of the
    alerting system in the GUI.

    Changes since 8.0.1-RELEASE:

    - Allow decimal numbers for a dataset quota. (r8728)

    - Fix setting recursive ACLs. (r8270)

    - Start proftpd after ix-ssl to use the correct SSL cert. (r8246)

    - Use wildcards in cron and rsync jobs instead of listing all values.
    (r8214, r8211)

    - Fix case in iSCSI targets to match the behavior specified by RFC
    3722. (r8120)

    Changes since 8.0-RELEASE:

    There's too much to list here, but the high points are:

    - Divorced the volume members in the database from the FreeBSD devices.
    This resolves an issue where FreeBSD can change devices names and the
    GUI doesn't pick up the updates due to the devices names being
    hard-wired
    in the database.

    - Support exporting ZFS zvols (virtual devices) as device extents via
    iSCSI.
    8.0 was only able to export physical device nodes or file based extents.

    - The GUI now has an event notification system.

    - The email backend has been refactored.

    - Many many changes in the GUI to help it validate and sanitize inputs
    that
    are passed to the backend daemons.

    - Added UPS functionality.

    - Added rsync client and server functionality.

    - Added the ability to schedule cron jobs in the GUI.

    - Vastly improved and reworked snapshot replication.

    Errata:

    - CHAP doesn't work with GlobalSAN initiators on OS X.

    - Upgrades from FreeNAS 0.7 aren't supported.

    - The installer doesn't check the size of the install media before
    attempting
    an install. A 2 GB device is required, but the install will appear to
    complete successfully on smaller devices, only to fail at boot.

    - The installer will let you switch from i386 to amd64 architecture and
    vice-versa, but some files, such as the rrd files used by the statistics
    graphing package are architecture dependent.

    - There are known interoperability issues with FreeNAS and Samba 4.x being
    used as a PDC due to Samba 4.x not conforming to the Microsoft CIFS
    specification and the way LDAP queries are executed on FreeNAS.
    Please see
    the following support ticket for more details:
    http://support.freenas.org/ticket/1135 .

    Filename:
    FreeNAS-8.2.0-BETA2-x64.GUI_Upgrade.xz
    SHA256 Hash:
    3653fb144738fa8a76da31cf3d0a93851da941db62078127bccc544010d57719

    Filename:
    FreeNAS-8.2.0-BETA2-x64.img.xz
    SHA256 Hash:
    179a28814a93aab220f6f548bb6472c747bc424cbf733c8e681c8ccce0a2c028

    Filename:
    FreeNAS-8.2.0-BETA2-x64.iso
    SHA256 Hash:
    504d397e53615759e103d0f0d6299ab685b1d9426d6735273203d9caa8f1d0d6

    Filename:
    FreeNAS-8.2.0-BETA2-x86.GUI_Upgrade.xz
    SHA256 Hash:
    8fb289fd17bf84c6a15ac2555358c495de4c36f11bf6bbf172d7f522dc77fd3e

    Filename:
    FreeNAS-8.2.0-BETA2-x86.img.xz
    SHA256 Hash:
    407dda22c811362de050de0ed1041f04c6e365443cdeb9b6f083b08570d0d744

    Filename:
    FreeNAS-8.2.0-BETA2-x86.iso
    SHA256 Hash:
    80443b69904e611219928b1f8359ca94dce044ba53b7af4d92739d88741bc673
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    Gnome, Mar 13, 2012

    Great work, congrats!
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    gaelic, Mar 14, 2012

    Thanks. Looking forward to 8.2 release.

    One questions: I've got a box to test with 8.04-beta2. Is it possible & 'safe' to upgrade to 8.2.0-beta2 via webgui?
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    ravensorb, Mar 15, 2012

    I Just did a UI upgrade from 8.0.3 multi-media and I am curious -- there are no plugins registered now. Am I missing something?
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    ravensorb, Mar 15, 2012

    That's what I was missing :) Between the youtube video and those links I getting things up and running now.. Thanks!
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    jpaetzel, Mar 16, 2012

    We are planning on doing BETA3 the end of March, then hopefully go into the RC phase in April with the final towards the end of April. Very shortly after the final we are planning on refreshing the base to FreeBSD 8.3, which will get the long awaited ZFS v28, along with a slew of driver updates and fixes to FreeBSD.
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    ProtoSD, Mar 16, 2012

    Woohoo!! :) It'll be like Christmas in May! That's great news, thanks for letting us know!
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    dmt0, Mar 18, 2012

    Just did a fresh install on my box. Whichever functions I use (ZFS and NFS really) work fine.
    Thanks for all the great work guys!
    Autotuning script needs work. It seems that it's not aware that the systems uses KVA_PAGES=512 on i386 (it still does, right?), and sets the vm.kmem_size to 768M the maximum allowed with KVA_PAGES<512 - not the best value for my 4GB RAM box...
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    SoftDux-Rudi, Mar 25, 2012

    this is good news indeed!

    Will we be able to upgrade from 8.0.4 to 8.2 when the fist stable version is released?
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    ProtoSD, Mar 28, 2012

    Can anyone comment on the jump from 8.2 Beta-2 to 8.21 ALPHA-1??

    Does this mean no 8.2 Beta-3 or 8.2 RC's?

    Should those of us working on Plugins hold off?

    EDIT: I was looking in the Nightly folder for some possible updates since Beta-2.
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    William Grzybowski, Mar 28, 2012

    Yes, don't use ALPHA as it is considered a downgrade to 8.2.0...

    And yes, I don't think it is safe to develop a plugin until we hit RC's

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