unRAID Server Release 6.1-rc5-x86_64 Available


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If you are running 6.1-rc3/-rc4 you should be able to click Check for Updates on the Plugins page to get this release.

 

Alternately, navigate to Plugins/Install Plugin and paste the following link into the box and click Install:

 

https://raw.githubusercontent.com/limetech/unRAIDServer-6.1-rc/master/unRAIDServer.plg

 

Changes here are to fix regressions introduced in -rc4 and to introduce a Feedback button on the webGui Menu.  This has been in the works for a while and we created it in order to provide a quick way to provide feedback, especially for those who don't want to deal with a forum  :o

 

Plugin authors: if you haven't already, please read release notes for 6.1-rc3 release:

http://lime-technology.com/forum/index.php?topic=42146.0

 

New users to 6.1-rc: please disable/enable notifications to get them working again.

 

Also you should hit F5 in browser window or clear browser cache after updating.

 


 

Known issues:

The powerdown script does not get invoked correctly.  You can type this at the command shell to fix it or add to 'go' file until we generate another release:

 

ln -s /usr/local/sbin/powerdown /root

 


 

unRAID Server Version 6.1-rc5 Release Notes
===============================================

Security Advisory updates (6.1-rc1)
-----------------------------------
- ntp: 4.2.8p3 (SSA:2015-188-03)
- openssl: 1.0.1p (SSA:2015-190-01)

Security Advisory updates (6.1-rc3)
-----------------------------------
- php: 5.4.43 (SSA:2015-198-02)

Other changes (6.1-rc1)
-----------------------
- btrfs-progs: version 4.1.0
- docker: version 1.7.1
- docker: less verbose logging by default
- emhttp: fix: let Pro start regardless of attached device count
- emhttp: bridge forward delay configurable
- emhttp: support disk share export Yes/No/Auto
- libvirt: version 1.2.17
- linux: version 4.1.1
- linux: support "Lite-On IT Corp. / Plextor M6e PCI Express SSD [Marvell 88SS9183] (rev 14)", see https://lkml.org/lkml/2015/2/2/226
- ntp: enable by default
- php: version 5.4.42
- php: enable pcntl
- smb: include linux "hidden" objects in directory listings
- unRAIDServer.plg: improvements in unRAID-5 update: ping google instead of local gateway to determine if network up
- vm.manager: support OpenELEC template
- webGui: include linux "hidden" objects in directory listings
- webGui: integrate latest dynamix changes; many changes, refer to github
- webGui: install key: accept pre-keyserver links to key files
- webGui: rearrange columns on Main page
    
Other changes (6.1-rc2)
-----------------------
- emhttp: properly handle non-rotational devices standby mode (ie, 'spindown')
- emhttp: require credentials on all accesses, not just webGui pages
- emhttp: get rid of passing arbitrary commands in URL
- webGui: added "Hide dot files" control on SMB Settings page
- webGui: fix issues with uploading thumbnails, banner
- webGui: fix notifications not initialized on reboot
- webGui: fix docker update regression introduced in 6.1-rc1

Other changes (6.1-rc3)
-----------------------
- avahi: supress "Invalid response packet from host" messages
- btrfs-progs: version 4.1.2
- emhttp: fix spindown regression introduced in -rc2.
- emhttp: fix problem not able to start multiple btrfs scrubs
- libvirt: version 1.2.18
- linux: version 4.1.5
- php: enable iconv per user request
- samba: version 4.1.19
- webGui: all '#command' and 'cmd' values must reference scripts within /usr/local/emhttp/ jail.
- webGui: fix image upload issues
- webGui: Disable Array Stop button when mover is running
- webGui: Fixed memory max display in dashboard
- webGui: VM Manger: Updated noVNC (using latest as of 8/5/15, commit 8f3c0f6)
- webGui: Replace alert-box for SweetAlert (enhanced messaging)
- webGui: additional options for text/graphical display of Used/Free.
- webGui: Add APCUPS summary to dashboard page
- webGui: other misc. bug fixes
- OpenELEC VM template: Fix: allow spaces and quotes in download folder
- OpenELEC: added 6.0-beta3 image (beta3 includes hdmi sound fixes for nvidia cards and corrected 'addon_url' to allow plugins in Kodi once again)
- OpenELEC: use readonly for openelec disk image

Other changes (6.1-rc4)
-----------------------
- webGui: fix monitor/notification regressions resulting from closing 'arbitrary command execution' holes

Other changes (6.1-rc5)
-----------------------
- webGui: fix another regression resulting from closing 'arbitrary command execution' holes
- webGui: integrated eric's feedback for kool kids

 

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Tom,

 

The /etc/apcupsd 'doshutdown' script refers to a script in /root that no longer exists:

#!/bin/bash
# LimeTech - modified for unRAID
/root/powerdown
exit 99

 

I believe it should be:

#!/bin/bash
# LimeTech - modified for unRAID
/usr/local/sbin/powerdown
exit 99

 

This is preventing a shutdown when UPS power is lost.

 

EDIT: Because of this issue, the problem with Docker commands, and other functional issues, this series would probably have best been a beta.  I know LT mentioned the reasons for an rc and not a beta, but the changes affected a lot of functionality and were not just bug fixes.

 

I see where there are those that are so trusting of the rc releases, they are installing them on their main servers and not test servers.  I am running beta and rc releases on my test server so I can do some testing and catch and report these issues and not affect my main server.

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My concern is that we now have no way of users knowing about directly submitted bugs etc

 

The feedback system is primarily targeting Trial users who may not want to create a forum account in order to provide feedback.  If a Trial user encounters something that puts them off, they are likely to just abandon the s/w and we'd never know why.  Of course they can still do that, but if we make it super-easy to send us info, then we're more likely to get info.

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The /etc/apcupsd 'doshutdown' script refers to a script in /root that no longer exists:

This is preventing a shutdown when UPS power is lost.

Nice catch.  You can type this at the command shell or add to 'go' file until we generate another release:

 

ln -s /usr/local/sbin/powerdown /root

 

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My concern is that we now have no way of users knowing about directly submitted bugs etc

 

The feedback system is primarily targeting Trial users who may not want to create a forum account in order to provide feedback.  If a Trial user encounters something that puts them off, they are likely to just abandon the s/w and we'd never know why.  Of course they can still do that, but if we make it super-easy to send us info, then we're more likely to get info.

 

I think it makes a lot of sense but playing devils advocate thats not what it is worded as and we can see one forum uber already used it.

 

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My concern is that we now have no way of users knowing about directly submitted bugs etc

 

The feedback system is primarily targeting Trial users who may not want to create a forum account in order to provide feedback.  If a Trial user encounters something that puts them off, they are likely to just abandon the s/w and we'd never know why.  Of course they can still do that, but if we make it super-easy to send us info, then we're more likely to get info.

 

I think it makes a lot of sense but playing devils advocate thats not what it is worded as and we can see one forum uber already used it.

 

It will probably undergo some refinements over time, such as adding some wording that says, "Please check our forum to see if the bug you are going to report has already been reported". 

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The /etc/apcupsd 'doshutdown' script refers to a script in /root that no longer exists:

This is preventing a shutdown when UPS power is lost.

Nice catch.  You can type this at the command shell or add to 'go' file until we generate another release:

 

ln -s /usr/local/sbin/powerdown /root

 

I know this is just a few posts down, but probably worth adding directly to the OP since no one will notice unless they explicitly test or have a power cut.

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The /etc/apcupsd 'doshutdown' script refers to a script in /root that no longer exists:

This is preventing a shutdown when UPS power is lost.

Nice catch.  You can type this at the command shell or add to 'go' file until we generate another release:

 

ln -s /usr/local/sbin/powerdown /root

 

I know this is just a few posts down, but probably worth adding directly to the OP since no one will notice unless they explicitly test or have a power cut.

 

Good idea.  done.

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The /etc/apcupsd 'doshutdown' script refers to a script in /root that no longer exists:

This is preventing a shutdown when UPS power is lost.

Nice catch.  You can type this at the command shell or add to 'go' file until we generate another release:

 

ln -s /usr/local/sbin/powerdown /root

 

Other than this all working great here as far as I can tell. 

 

I know this is just a few posts down, but probably worth adding directly to the OP since no one will notice unless they explicitly test or have a power cut.

 

Good idea.  done.

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Sorry if this is a stupid question, but this is my first time moving up to an rc for 6.1... I thought in rc2 there was a change to non-rotational drives in the webgui.  Well, my cache SSD has a "click to spindown" arrow on the Main tab in the webgui.  Am I misunderstanding the change to think that this shouldn't be an option?

 

Thanks!

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Sorry if this is a stupid question, but this is my first time moving up to an rc for 6.1... I thought in rc2 there was a change to non-rotational drives in the webgui.  Well, my cache SSD has a "click to spindown" arrow on the Main tab in the webgui.  Am I misunderstanding the change to think that this shouldn't be an option?

 

Thanks!

Your SSD is able to go into 'standby' mode, presumably lower power, that's what spindown means for such devices.

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Ever since I upgraded to RC3, Chrome has been unable to retrieve any of the webfonts. It keeps getting 401 Not authorized responses. Navigating directly to the URL works. I experience no problems in Safari or Firefox.

 

First I recommend you upgrade to v6.1rc5, but this has nothing to do with your issue.

 

It seems the style-sheet files (.css) are not loaded. Are they deleted?

 

You can check manually by telnetting into your system:

 

# ls -l /usr/local/emhttp/webGui/styles/*.css
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root  4977 Jun 30 01:48 /usr/local/emhttp/webGui/styles/context.standalone.css
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root    78 Jul 25 00:32 /usr/local/emhttp/webGui/styles/custom-banner.css
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root    64 Jul 25 00:38 /usr/local/emhttp/webGui/styles/default-banner.css
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 16463 Aug  9 18:02 /usr/local/emhttp/webGui/styles/default-black.css
[color=red]-rw-r--r-- 1 root root  1449 Sep 20  2014 /usr/local/emhttp/webGui/styles/default-fonts.css[/color]
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 16263 Jul 25 00:32 /usr/local/emhttp/webGui/styles/default-white.css
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 16236 Jul 13 23:32 /usr/local/emhttp/webGui/styles/dynamix-black.css
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 16125 Jul 13 23:32 /usr/local/emhttp/webGui/styles/dynamix-white.css
[color=red]-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 23643 Jun 30 01:48 /usr/local/emhttp/webGui/styles/font-awesome.css[/color]
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root  6021 Jul  8 20:42 /usr/local/emhttp/webGui/styles/jquery.filetree.css
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 17724 Aug 16 09:57 /usr/local/emhttp/webGui/styles/jquery.sweetalert.css
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root   408 Jul  1 05:13 /usr/local/emhttp/webGui/styles/jquery.switchbutton.css
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 21453 Jun 30 01:48 /usr/local/emhttp/webGui/styles/jquery.ui.css

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Sorry, I meant to say I did upgrade to RC5 but had this issue since RC3.

 

The stylesheets are there and it works fine in Firefox and Safari. Only happens in Chrome when the urls are loading from the webGui. Navigating directly to the urls works. From inspecting with the Chrome dev tools it looks like Chrome is not adding the authorization header.

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Sorry, I meant to say I did upgrade to RC5 but had this issue since RC3.

 

The stylesheets are there and it works fine in Firefox and Safari. Only happens in Chrome when the urls are loading from the webGui. Navigating directly to the urls works. From inspecting with the Chrome dev tools it looks like Chrome is not adding the authorization header.

 

Weird, I am using Chrome (44.0.2403.155) too and don't have issues.

 

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Ever since I upgraded to RC3, Chrome has been unable to retrieve any of the webfonts. It keeps getting 401 Not authorized responses. Navigating directly to the URL works. I experience no problems in Safari or Firefox.

 

Does this cause the fonts on the webgui to be rendered in times new roman or something?  Have you tried clearing browser cache?

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