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XigmaNAS 11.2.0.4.6005 released (FreeBSD 11.2-RELEASE-P3)

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We are pleased to announce the release of XigmaNAS version 11.2.0.4.6005 - Omnius

UPS Statistics on System > Advanced > Monitoring Setup
might need a reset to work proper for some users.

Download build 11.2.0.4.6005
Please Read the readme_11.2 file


Changes after release 11.2.0.4.5975
======================
- Upgrade FreeBSD 11.2-RELEASE to P3.
- WebGUI code & framework improvements.
- Update translations.
- Add mod_webdav to WebGUI.
- Upgrade nano to 3.0.
- Upgrade syncthing to 0.14.50.
- Upgrade php to 7.2.10.
- Fix cron: set HOME to user's home folder with fallback to /var/log if it doesn't exist.
- Fix, wrong function call in validate_xml_config.

Note:
- Make a new backup of your system configuration and store this on safe location, the system config.xml could be upgraded!
- Clear your browser's cache to avoid display issues after upgrade when coming from older nas4free release.

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System specs: XigmaNAS 11.2.0.4 -embedded on Samsung 860 EVO 256GB and Supermicro X10SL7-F w / Bios v3.2, IPMI v.03.86 / CPU E3-1241 v3 @ 3.50GHz - 32GB Crucial DDR3L 1600mhz ECC 1.35v , LSI 2308 on PH20.00.07.00 IT mode, Storage: 5x Western Digital Red (WD30EFRX) raidz

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Repeated attempts at update from previous embedded version (5975) keep failing, despite several downloads of the upgrade file. Server says:
"Boot partition is too small. You need to reinstall from LiveCD/LiveUSB or resize boot partition of da2s1a."

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The update has passed without problems from the 5996.
12.1.0.4 - Ingva (revision 7569)
FreeBSD 12.1-RELEASE-p4 #0 r360543M: Fri May 1 21:19:01 CEST 2020
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jamaroney wrote:
14 Sep 2018 04:33
Repeated attempts at update from previous embedded version (5975) keep failing, despite several downloads of the upgrade file. Server says:
"Boot partition is too small. You need to reinstall from LiveCD/LiveUSB or resize boot partition of da2s1a."
sollution is clear: do a fresh install to recreate boot partition
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Update went well, thanks!
Build: XigmaNAS 12.1.0.4 (rev. 7509) amd64-embedded on Sandisk 64GB SSD. Supermicro X10SLL-F-Bios v3.2- Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E3-1231 v3 @ 3.40GHz - 32GB Crucial DDR3 ECC (CT102472BD160B), LSI 2008-8i IT mode, Storage: 3x Seagate Ironwolf 10TB. Raidz. Enclosure; Fractal Design R6.

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raulfg3 wrote:
14 Sep 2018 07:55
jamaroney wrote:
14 Sep 2018 04:33
Repeated attempts at update from previous embedded version (5975) keep failing, despite several downloads of the upgrade file. Server says:
"Boot partition is too small. You need to reinstall from LiveCD/LiveUSB or resize boot partition of da2s1a."
sollution is clear: do a fresh install to recreate boot partition
A fresh install would make sense if I was upgrading from a much earlier version, but why would the partition size be incorrect in an upgrade from the most recent previous version?

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jamaroney wrote:
14 Sep 2018 11:44
raulfg3 wrote:
14 Sep 2018 07:55
jamaroney wrote:
14 Sep 2018 04:33
Repeated attempts at update from previous embedded version (5975) keep failing, despite several downloads of the upgrade file. Server says:
"Boot partition is too small. You need to reinstall from LiveCD/LiveUSB or resize boot partition of da2s1a."
sollution is clear: do a fresh install to recreate boot partition
A fresh install would make sense if I was upgrading from a much earlier version, but why would the partition size be incorrect in an upgrade from the most recent previous version?
because your previous version probably is a upgrade of several older version that have enought space in boot partition and do not fail. but now the problem of space appears.

do you remember in what version do you do your last fresh install?
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A fresh install occurred just last month w/ 5925(?).

However, I found the problem - the OS flash drive had become corrupted. That's one of the quirks of embedded - since the OS operates almost entirely in RAM, a dedicated OS drive can fail and can go undetected until there's a reboot/upgrade.

My disk problems aside, it would be nice to provide an option to increase the OS partition size when doing a fresh install.

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Upgrade from 5925 went without a hitch.
Turned off usual trouble makers: OBI, ExtGui, NOC

Thanks for all the continued hard work.
Been using this NAS since the early FreeNAS days before the takeover.
XigmaNAS, although bit harder to say, is more reflective of the professionalism of this product!
NAS4Free: 11.2.0.4 - Atomics (rev: 6315) amd64-embedded
Mobo: Supermicro X9SCL-F, CPU: Xeon E3-1230v2; RAM: Crucial 32GB ECC
System: IBM M1015it SAS controller(SAS2008 v20); Intel Dual 1Gb Server Nic; Thermaltake 1KW PSU;

Storage: Raidz1(3x WD Red 3TB), Raidz1(3x WD Red 2TB), UFS(1x 0.5TB) Utility disk, ZFS Cache(64Gb SSD)

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I upgraded from 2925 to 6005 and have the two issues:

- my Lagg0 is not initialized any more - the device is completely missing after reboot, and no networking is possible -
it seems that "ifconfig lagg0 create" is now missing during boot
I manually switched back to a single network card. :-(

- now after a few seconds after boot - I get the message "ERROR Device for mountpoint storage/swap missing or config changed!" on the main-page
???

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Upgrade went flawless here.
You say your lagg0 is missing not here both lagg0 and lagg1 is up.
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See my earlier posts above. Because my embedded OS flash drive was corrupted, I attempted a fresh embedded install of 6005 via LiveCD.

Yet I ran into a number of different problems, all of which were solved by doing a fresh embedded install of 5975, and then upgrading to 6005.

Has anyone else tried a fresh embedded install of 6005 via LiveCD? Any problems?

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Successfully updated from 5975 via Web GUI. No issues so far.
XigmaNAS 12.1.0.4 - Ingva (rev.7542) embedded on HP Proliant Microserver Gen8, Xeon E3-1265L, 16 GB ECC, 2x4TB WD Red ZFS Mirror

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1/ lagg working here as well.
2/ Diagnostics - Information - MS Domain still broken as reported here: viewtopic.php?p=86625#p86625

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OK - Guys - sorry I found the "problem" with my lagg.
Shortly before i made some experiments with jails and OpenVPN - therefore I (manually) added into rc.conf cloned_interfaces.
This finally collidates / overrides the automatically by xigmanas generated entry for the lagg :D

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One thing wich i do have a problem with is schedule of powering of the server.
It do not power off at scheduled 01:00 at night.

Not a problem though.
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Updated from 5975 : successful on my 2 nas

Thanks for all the continued hard work on Xigmanas and also on extensions. Next extension could be that Xigmanas will prepare my morning coffee ;)

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XigmaNAS 12.1.0.4 - Ingva (revision 7542) embedded
NAS1: Xeon E3 1241@3.5GHz, 4HDD@2To/raidz2 (WD red), 3HDD@300Go/sas/raidz1 (Hitachi), 1SSD cache, Zlog on sas mirror
NAS2: G3220@3GHz, 3HDD@2To/raidz1 (Seagate), 1SSD cache, 1HDD@300Go/UFS
UPS: APC Back-UPS RS 900G
Case : Fractal Design XL R2

Extensions & services:
NAS1: OBI (Plex, BTSync, zrep, rclone, themes), nfs, UPS,
NAS2: OBI (zrep (backup mode), themes)

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Successfully upgraded via the WebGUI from 5975.
XigmaNAS 12.1.0.4 embedded
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jamaroney wrote:
14 Sep 2018 15:18
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My disk problems aside, it would be nice to provide an option to increase the OS partition size when doing a fresh install.
I've suggested/tested this long time ago(2 times) but unfortunately it doesn't got much of attention(post is missing though) :lol: , indeed this could solve the infamous "root partition is too small" limitation for the embedded users, even suggested for the installer to automatically use x% of the target disk space to avoid novices to even mess with this options, as they will usually overlook this and get stuck in the future, between home users can just save config and reinstall until. :mrgreen:

I have some obsolete code in my shared server(for GPT installer, MBR was pending) for tester's reference but unfortunately www.serveo.net went down and still. :?:

But to make things even simpler, this is what I was thinking off:
1) Let the installer automatically use x% of the total disk space based off(for example 10% for root partition).
2) Let the installer default to 2GB SWAP partition like FreeBSD installer, (currently it duplicates the physical RAM amount wasting disk pace for better use IMO).

Of course the SWAP partition space could be edited during the installer.

FAQS:
Q: But I only have a 2GB USB stick, what should I do?
A: Storage space is getting uber cheap nowadays, so you can get an 8GB+ USB stick for $2.99 in your favorite flea market.

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