A fourth update for FreeNAS version 11.2 has been released. With this software, a computer included in the network can be used as network attached storage. Additional functionality can be added with the help of plugins. The whole is based on FreeBSD and provided with a clear web interface. More information about the possibilities of FreeNAS can be found at this page are being found.
FreeNAS version 11.2 includes an Angular-based user interface. Furthermore, grub has been put on hold, in favor of FreeBSD’s own bootloader, and the same fate has fallen, in favor of iocage. The complete release notes for version 11.2 can be found on this page are found, the release notes for this update are as follows:
Users of 11.2 systems are encouraged to update to 11.2-U4 using the instructions in the guide.
As an edge case, if you install another instance of an already installed plugin and that plugin installation fails, the cleanup from the failure will also delete the dataset for the first installation of that plugin.
As a workaround until this is fixed in 11.3, it is recommended that users wanting to install another version of an installed plugin perform the installation from the CLI, using the -k switch:
iocage fetch -P -n PLUGIN_NAME -k RESTOFPARAMS