Firmware update: Synology DiskStation Manager 6.0 build 7321.2

Apr

19

2016

Synology has released a minor update for Disk Station Manager version 6.0 for the second time in a short time. DSM is the management software that runs on various NAS products from the company. The Disk, Cube and RackStations offer more than just extra storage. Likewise backups are made of all clients on the network and files via http, ftp, BitTorrent, Usenet and eMule download, so for example, energy greedy PC’s can out overnight, while the download just enter. Furthermore, can be streamed using the built-in iTunes server audio and video files over the network can be hosted dynamic website using PHP and MySQL, and the device can act as a print server.

To install version 6.0 will at least version 5.2 must be present. Furthermore, it is only suitable for the NAS models whose model number ends in 11 or higher. Look for other conditions and various downloads on this page . In version 6.0 we find, among other improvements Cloud, Note, Photo and Video Station on, there is a collaboration drive for spreadsheets, the ability to backup and restore are improved and the NAS with a certificate of Let’s Encrypt is now be accessed through a secure connection. DSM is now fully 64bit and are thereby detect performance improvements. There are several new options for a powerful processor equipped models, such as support for the Btrfs file system, a comprehensive Web mail client and mail server, a load balancer, a document viewer and is also the support for Docker improved.

This update addresses the issue resolved that Update 1 could not be installed via the auto-update in some cases. After the update, the NAS does not need to be restarted.

Fixed:
Fixed an issue where DSM 6.0-7321 Update 1 could not be normally installed with Auto-Update.
Note: This update does not require system reboot.
Synology DiskStation Manager 6.0 screenshot (620 pix)

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