So langsam habe ich mir schon Sorgen gemacht, da ich das Update früher erwartet hätte.
Tatsaächlich habe ich sogar mit einer 5.0.1 gerechnet, aber was solls... hier ist nun das Update mit den zahlreichen Sicherheitsfixes. On Top gibt es noch einige weitere Fixes.
Sieht gut aus, mal sehen ob es bei QTS ähnlich wird
QuTS hero does not support downgrading from h5.0.0 to h4.5.4 or earlier.
Fixed multiple security issues (CVE-2021-31439, CVE-2022-23121, CVE-2022-23123, CVE-2022-23122, CVE-2022-23125, CVE-2022-23124, and CVE-2022-0194). For details, see https://www.qnap.com/en/security-advisory/qsa-22-12
Applied multiple security updates to further enhance system security.
The destination NAS of a Snapshot Replica job could not correctly display the job progress.
Users could not send email notifications as plain text due to compatibility issues with the RFC 2822 Internet message format.
Users sometimes could not successfully finish iSCSI LUN export jobs in iSCSI & Fibre Channel.
Users sometimes could not unmap or delete an iSCSI LUN in iSCSI & Fibre Channel.
The TL SATA JBOD enclosures would not increase fan speeds when disks overheated.
QuTS hero would not display a warning message 10 minutes before the scheduled sleep time.
QuTS hero would occasionally malfunction due to heavy I/O workloads.
Certain users could not successfully update ClamAV virus definitions.
The TS-h1283XU and TS-h1683XU-RP would automatically restart during heavy I/O operations if only one PSU was installed on the device.
On the TS-1886XU-RP, the system fans would stop if users chose to adjust the fan speeds according to the temperature threshold and if the system temperature was below the threshold.
WebDAV service would not function normally when users changed the port settings from "Dedicated port number" to "Web server port number".
Storage & Snapshots could not display external storage devices whose names contained the following special characters: < > & ' "
Administrators could not successfully edit the ACL permissions of a user on a shared folder.
When the setting "Restrict the access of Recycle Bin to administrators only" was enabled in shared folder properties, even administrators could not access the Recycle Bin.
Storage & Snapshots could not correctly distinguish between a data drive and a spare drive after users swapped both types of drives in drive trays.
In File Station, users could not delete a file after selecting the file from search results.
Control Panel would display an unexpected user "browser-station" when importing users from another NAS where Browser Station was installed.
Unexpected log messages would sometimes take up a large amount of RAM disk space after a long NAS uptime.
QuTS hero could not recognize the QXG-10G2SF-NXE network expansion card after a firmware update to h5.0.0.
Users could not successfully export iSCSI LUNs due to SnapSync timeout.
Non-administrator users could not copy a file from the NAS to an external drive that was formatted in FAT32.
Finder on macOS could not display file information (such as file size and modified date) when users accessed NAS shared folders via SMB.
Some LDAP domain users and domain groups would be missing after users restored an LDAP database to another NAS that had a different processor architecture.
Users could not create multiple virtual hosts using the same port number.
Users sometimes could not create an SED secure storage pool.
NAS CPU usage and memory usage would increase significantly when running a backup job from the NAS to a TR-004 expansion enclosure whose file system was HFS+.
File names would change after users copied files from the NAS to an external USB drive due to issues in HFS+ driver.
The "hidden" file attribute would be disabled after users copied hidden files from Windows 10 to the NAS.
Storage & Snapshots
To ensure data security, system stability, and storage performance, the maximum number of drives for a single RAID group is now 16 (applicable to RAID 5, RAID 6, RAID TP, and subgroups of RAID 50 and RAID 60). Nevertheless, users can combine multiple RAID groups into a large storage pool that contains more than 16 drives, using RAID 50, RAID 60, or RAID 10 as the RAID configuration. This enhancement will only be applied to new RAID groups. All existing RAID groups and storage systems will not be affected.