Synology has released an update for Disk Station Manager version 6.2.4. Synology DSM is the management software that runs on several of the company’s NAS products. The Disk and Rack Stations offer more than just extra storage space. For example, additional packages can be installed to allow the device to function as a media server, web server, print server or backup server, for example. The possibilities are endless.
To be able to install version 6.2.4, at least version 6.0 must be present. Furthermore, it is only suitable for the NAS models whose type number ends with 11 or higher. For the other conditions and the different downloads, look at this page† In version 6.2, few changes have been made that are important to home users. The necessary changes and improvements have been made for the heavier models and the NAS that are used in business environments. The changelog for this release looks like this:
- Your Synology NAS may not notify you of this DSM update because of the following reasons. If you want to update your DSM to this version now, please click here to manually update it. Only Synology NAS with DSM 6.2.4 installed can be updated to this version.
- The update is not available in your region yet. 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.
- Fixed an issue where package logs weren’t rotated after a switchover was performed on SA3200D.
- Fixed an issue where Synology Account might be signed out unexpectedly.
- Updated the renewal rule of the built-in certificate to prevent DSM connection errors.
- Fixed an issue where users couldn’t expand a RAID 1 storage pool on the active server in a Synology High Availability cluster when the active server’s RAID 1 storage pool is smaller than the one on the passive server.
- Fixed multiple security vulnerabilities. †Synology-SA-22:01†
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