Synology hat mal wieder an der Versionsschraube gedreht und ein Update herausgegeben. Gerade das Security Update sollte alle zum Update anspornen, aber auch die AFP write performance hört sich für mich gut an. Also installiert euch die 6.1.2-15132.
- The update is expected to be available for all regions within the next few days, although the time of release in each region may vary slightly.
- This update will restart your Synology NAS.
What’s New in DSM 6.1.2
- Added the support of 32-bit models for repairing or expanding single volumes up to 16TB.
- Enhanced the write performance of the AFP in Mac environments.
- Added support for DHCP server lease time to be measured in seconds.
- Upgraded Samba to version 4.4.13, and fixed a security vulnerability (CVE-2017-2619).
- Fixed an issue where some users might experience failure when updating domain data, and enhanced the speed of domain data updates.
- Fixed an issue where users might experience failure when joining a domain.
- Fixed an issue where volume creation might fail on some models.
- Fixed an issue where SSD cache status might not be correctly reported via the SNMP.
- Fixed an issue where SSD read-write cache might fail to be loaded when upgraded to a larger cache in RAID 1.
- Enhanced the resource usage rate of passive servers on SHA clusters.
- Enhanced the stability of the unmounting process for encrypted shared folders.
- Fixed an issue where the L2TP connection service might not work properly for IPv6 clients.
- Fixed an issue where MTUs might be incorrect after Bond is established on DSM.
- Fixed an issue where the IPv6 service might not work properly.
- Fixed an issue where gateway information might be lost when Bond is removed.
- Refined the IronWolf Health Management (IHM) thresholds.
- Fixed issue where some 4TB IronWolf drives were not detected when IronWolf Health Management (IHM ) was enabled.
- Modified description of drive health status.