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Where can I get v 6625?

For "upgrading" from FreeNAS/NAS4Free Legacy to XigmaNAS and upgrading XigmaNAS to newer builds.
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Where can I get v 6625?

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Hi,

I really don't want to do a full install. Where can I get v 6625?
I'm using the embedded version.

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Why don't you use the latest version ?
my NAS and its development until today: viewtopic.php?f=63&t=39&sid=039fed830cf ... 4d0abe4a04

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Because it's says I need to upgrade to 6625 first and then to latest or do a fresh install.

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ok, do a fresh install and restore your previosly saved config, thats all.


eg: https://www.xigmanas.com/forums/viewtop ... 367#p95611
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Tharbad wrote:
28 Jun 2020 02:14
Hi,

I really don't want to do a full install. Where can I get v 6625?
I'm using the embedded version.

Thanks
Hi, here are some suggestions to upgrade in case an intermediate pre-requisite version is no longer available.

1) If you are running XigmaNAS Embedded Platform, just save config to desktop then re-install and import config back, some times it is required to fresh install since it may happens that the root partition/image has been increased in size.

2)
If yo uare running RootOnZFS Platform and don't have side packages installed, then just like on Embedded, simply save config then re-install and import back the config.

3) If you are running RootOnZFS Platform with a lot of side packages installed and/or customization, and a re-install is not an option for some reasons, you just have to follow the instructions HERE for a proper upgrade.

Pro Tip: Also you can always backup your current XigmaNAS Boot Environment to a file some where on your Data pool/share(RootOnZFS only), and you can always import/rollback your last XigmaNAS working state regardless if you re-install the OS.

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RootOnZFS? Is it more than using ZFS for root?

So I'll install fresh.

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Tharbad wrote:
29 Jun 2020 19:52
RootOnZFS? Is it more than using ZFS for root?

So I'll install fresh.

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Hi, XigmaNAS RootOnZFS is another Full platform featuring ZFS as the OS filesystem rather than UFS, thus said platform inherited all of the advanced/enterprise features of said filesystem, including Boot Environments.

The Boot Environments can be managed with either either `beadm` or `bectl` utilities, though `bectl` is currently the default utility on recent releases.

Note that RootOnZFS is designed for high availability, redundancy and reliability, and it is best installed on a pair of small HDD's/SSD's but not limited to.

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Thanks

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