Eigentlich kaum einer Rede wert, die Release notes geben nicht viel her, aber vielleicht steckt ja mal wieder mehr drin als man glaubt...
- QuTScloud is a virtual operating system designed to run on cloud computing platforms and in virtual environments. You cannot install or run QuTScloud on a computer.
- Before deploying QuTScloud, you must purchase a QuTScloud license from the QNAP Software Store and activate the license in QNAP License Manager. The license controls the maximum number of CPU cores usable by QuTScloud.
- QuTScloud requires a connection to the QNAP License Server. QuTScloud automatically disables itself if it cannot contact the license server for more than one day.
- You can attach virtual disks to QuTScloud by using the virtual machine management software on the host platform. On some platforms, you may need to shut down the QuTScloud virtual machine before adding virtual disks.
- You may need to specify a guest operating system type when configuring some VM platforms. Select Linux Ubuntu 64-bit or a similar option to enable the required virtual hardware emulation support for QuTScloud.
- After deploying QuTScloud, use the Live Update tool in the Control Panel to perform updates. You do not need to redeploy QuTScloud when updating.
- QuTScloud requires at least 2 GB of memory and 48 GB of storage space.
- Fixed some security issues
- Upgraded QEMU Guest Agent to version 3.1.
- iSCSI clients can only connect to QuTScloud and mount iSCSI LUNs if the QuTScloud instance is running on DigitalOcean or the same local network. When running QuTScloud on any other cloud platforms, you must first create a VPN connection between the iSCSI client and QuTScloud.
- QVPN does not support PPTP if the QuTScloud instance is hosted on Azure or Catalyst Cloud. You must instead use another protocol such as QBelt, L2TP, or OpenVPN.