QTS 4.5.4.1892

rednag

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Nachdem am 23.12 QTS 5.0.0.1891 rausgekommen ist, legt QNAP die Version nun 4.5.4.1892 nach.

[Important Notes]
- For the status of QTS updates and maintenance for your NAS model, visit https://www.qnap.com/en/product/eol.php
- To learn more about NAS models that support the TL-D800C, TL-R1200C-RP, TL-D400S, TL-D800S, TL-D1600S, TL-R400S, TL-R1200S-RP, see the Compatibility List at https://www.qnap.com/en/compatibility-expansion
- We have fixed the vulnerabilities in the following apps to ensure your data security: Qsync Central and IFTTT Agent. To continue using these apps, go to the App Center and update them to the latest version.
- For more information on the kernel versions for NAS models that QTS 4.5.4 supports, see https://www.qnap.com/en/release-note/kernel
- Removed the following applications from App Center due to PHP 7 updates in QTS 4.4.1: phpEasyProject, Dolphin, CMS Made Simple, Vtiger CRM, iStat, and ownCloud.
- Due to compatibility issues, the following applications have been removed from the App Center in QTS 4.4.1: FileFlex, MantisBT, SugarCRM, Xeams, DokuWiki, and Azure Storage.
- Once you update QTS to 4.4.1 (or later) on the TS-1635AX, you will not be able to downgrade QTS to versions earlier than 4.4.1.
- Removed support for Plex Home Theater from HybridDesk Station.
- After reaching their end of support in July 2020, Notes Station and Qnotes have been removed from QTS App Center, Google Play, and Apple App Store. We recommend using Notes Station 3 and Qnotes 3 to benefit from the next-generation note-taking features. For details on how to transfer your notes from Notes Station 2 to Notes Station 3, see the following tutorial: https://www.qnap.com/en/how-to/tuto...notes-from-notes-station-2-to-notes-station-3
- Removed HappyGet from the App Center due to changes in Google extension policies.
- Starting from 4.5.1, QTS is no longer compatible with the following applications: DJ2 Console, CodexPack.
- QTS 4.5.4 does not support earlier versions of QVR Client. After updating QTS to 4.5.4 (or later), Surveillance Station users can download and install the latest version of QVR Client from the QNAP website: https://www.qnap.com/en/utilities/surveillance


[Security Updates]
- Fixed a security issue.

[Fixed Issues]
- Thunderbolt connection between the NAS and Mac would be interrupted after Mac woke from sleep mode.
- Users could not create a port trunking group on the TS-251D.
- Users could not create a VJBOD disk from a remote NAS running QTS 4.5.4.
- QTS would block WebDAV client IP addresses if users tried to access home folders via WebDAV.
- Users occasionally could not transfer files to WORM (Write Once, Read Many) shared folders.
- QTS would occasionally stop responding when users updated the firmware.
- File Station could not sort certain folder names in ascending order.
- Users could not use the same port number for both the source and the destination when configuring reverse proxy rules.
- Users could not find the "@Recently-Snapshot" folder when accessing shared folders via Samba.
- Users could not create Snapshot Replica jobs if SSH was not enabled on the source NAS.
- Users could not use the TCP port 443 for web service if the UDP port 443 was reserved for another service. (Normally, users should be able to use the same port number for both TCP and UDP without conflicts.)
- Connected external devices would automatically disconnect from the NAS after a long idle time.
- Users sometimes could not finish updating the virus definitions from ClamAV (Clam Antivirus).
- Antivirus reports could not correctly display file names or job names if antivirus job names in QTS contained Japanese characters.
- QTS could not remember the custom destination for antivirus archive files if the specified folder path contained a whitespace.
- Users could not connect to a proxy server if the proxy password contained the following special characters: % & + ;
- Users could not save a large Autodesk Revit project file in a mounted shared folder even though the NAS still had sufficient storage space.
- When users mounted NAS iSCSI LUNs on their Mac using globalSAN and then expanded the LUN capacity on the NAS, Mac would still display the original capacity.
- The TS-873A could not detect Disk 5 - Disk 8 on the TL-D800S expansion enclosure when the QXG-2G2T-I225 network expansion card was installed on the NAS.
- On the TS-h1886XU, after SSD overheating, fan speeds would not slow down even after SSDs cooled down.
- Fixed multiple security issues (CVE-2020-25684, CVE-2020-25685, and CVE-2020-25686).
- Users could not import large-capacity iSCSI LUNs.
- Storage & Snapshots would still display successful test results for Snapshot Replica jobs even if 2-step verification was enabled on the destination NAS. (Note: Snapshot Replica does not support 2-step verification).
- SNMP service would sometimes stop working when users monitored OIDs via SyncroMSP.
- On the TS-x31P models, users could not query CPU usage or CPU temperatures via SNMP.
- Domain users could not access NAS shared folders via WebDAV.
- On the NAS models that support a maximum of 16 snapshots per volume or LUN, users could not apply snapshot settings when Smart Versioning was selected as the snapshot retention policy.
- After setting up a NAS as the main domain controller and another NAS as the additional domain controller, domain users would take a long time to log in to the main domain controller when the additional controller was offline (for example, when this device was restarting).
- If users accessed QTS via an Smart URL and created share links in File Station, other users would not be able to access these share links.
- File Station would display an unexpected error message after users deleted a file from advanced search results.
- Users could not download files from shared folders if they manually specified folder paths and enabled advanced folder permissions.
- The domain machine account passwords in SMB could not be automatically updated.
- QTS would display an incorrect warning message about connection failure after users added the default gateway to a virtual switch and then restarted the NAS.
 

tiermutter

Well-known member
Freut mich, dass neben dem Fehlerhaften QTS 5 auch eine ältere Version die wenigstens soweit funktioniert Fixes bekommt.
Bedeutet wohl auch, dass QNAP bewusst ist, dass QTS 5 Mist ist und man vorerst zweigleisig fahren muss...
 

rednag

Active member
Mir unverständlich wie man eine derart unfertige und verbugte Version online stellt. Getestet wird bei QNAP anscheinend garnichts mehr. Das überlässt man dem Endverbraucher.
 

tiermutter

Well-known member
Dafür wurden wenigstens noch keine weiteren älteren Versionen von den Servern gelöscht. Bei 4.5.4 scheint alles unverändert zu sein und auch die letzte 5.0 hat noch Bestand.
 

rednag

Active member
Ja, aber das macht es nicht besser. Synology veröffentlicht eine neue Version seines DSM ganz grob ca. 1-2x/Jahr. Dafür haben die Updates auch eine entsprechende Qualität. Zwar auch nicht frei von Bugs, aber das Niveau ist doch ein anderes. Wofür steht das "Q" in QNAP nochmal? Vermutlich Quantität.
 

rednag

Active member
Nun, wenn's nicht so traurig wäre. Die Geräte haben schon ihre Vorzüge. Aber QNAP ist nicht in der Lage diese Vorzüge auszuspielen. Durch ihr Mißmanagement, völlig verfehlte und desaströse Kommunikationspolitik machen die Vorteile wieder zu Nichte. QTS wird am Kunden und deren Bedürfnisse vorbeientwickelt. Von den Apps ganz zu schweigen. Für das de facto schon beerdigte FTP gibt's nun eine extra App. Und der nächste Kritikpunkt sind die völlig undurchsichtigen Lizenzen. Bzw. welche App wird künstlich beschnitten um weitere Features kostenpflichtig zu machen. Mein Lieblingsbeispiel ist das QuMount für die Ferneinbindung einer entfernten SMB/CIFS - Freigabe. Ging bis 4.5.x über die File Station. Nun braucht es die App. Und diese App, bzw. Funktionen davon wurden kostenpflichtig. Ich bin nicht bereit für etwas zu bezahlen was "vorher" auch ganz normal ohne große App ging. Unterm Strich ist die Hardware potenter als bei Synology, aber das reicht nicht mehr für ein Nimm Alles System (NAS).
 

Jagnix

Member
Das ist korrekt was du sagst. Noch ist die Hardware besser bei Qnap.
Ich habe ja die leise Hoffnung das mit den 2022/23 Modellen es besser wird.
Der RT6600AX gibt da Hoffnung. :)
 

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