Just released – RAIDiator 4.2.8 (x86)
November 24, 2009
NETGEAR is pleased to announce the release of RAIDiator 4.2.8 (x86), an update firmware for the ReadyNAS Pro Business Edition, Pro Pioneer, NVX, NVX Pioneer, 2100, and 3200 network attached storage product lines.
The simplest way to update is to use the System/Update/Remote tab in Frontview. If you prefer, you can choose to do a local update by first downloading the new image here: RAIDiator-x86-4.2.8. We recommend that you update your ReadyNAS to this latest RAIDiator release to ensure your ReadyNAS is running with all the latest bug fixes and enhancements.
Please be warned that once you upgrade to 4.2.8, you cannot downgrade back to 4.2.5.The following are changes since RAIDiator 4.2.7.
- Updated to ReadyDLNA 0.16.3.
- Fix a potential system hang in rare situations.
- Revert to previous ACL support. ACL support in 4.2.7 can cause permission problems with newly created files.
- Various iSCSI upgrade fixes. If you are upgrading from 4.2.5 and you have problem accessing the iSCSI LUN, stop the iSCSI service and restart it.
- Starting with 4.2.7, IE 6 is no longer supported. Please update to IE 7 or 8.
- Volume expansion will not work beyond 16 TB. To support 16 TB or greater, you’ll have to factory default with that capacity in place.
- Permission errors of files downloaded from the Internet can occur when accessing home shares over AFP with Snow Leopard. If you encounter this, you can install the add-on Toggle_AFP_SL_Compat_Homes_0.1-x86.bin to avoid this error.
- HP iSCSI initiator is not supported with the default iSCSI initiator. If you wish to use this initiator, you can switch back to the legacy iSCSI target server in RAIDiator 4.2.5 by installing the add-on Toggle_iSCSI_Server_0.2-x86.bin.
- iSCSI targets with colons in their names currently do not work with CHAP authentication.
- Existing iSCSI targets on RN3200 will not be able to expand, next firmware release will resolve this.
- Snapshot resizing has been disabled in the release. We will re-enable this feature in a future update.