Today is a great day! Synology updated its DSM operating system which brings it to version 6.2.3-25426-2. The update is already available worldwide. The update can be downloaded via Control Panel / Update & Restore / DSM Update
- Added support for Synology Expansion Unit FX2421.
- Fixed the issue where a DS920+ or DS720+ might not enter hibernation when its connected expansion unit has entered deep sleep.
- Fixed the issue where drive status LED indicators on a connected expansion unit might not work properly when the expansion unit wakes up from deep sleep.
- Fixed the issue where daylight saving time might not display correctly in certain time zones (e.g., Dublin, Casablanca).
- Fixed the issue where mounted remote shared folders on a Synology NAS may cause volumes to operate improperly or the Synology NAS unable to shut down in certain scenarios.
- Fixed the issue where the system might incorrectly prompt “drive slot disabled” notice when a DS413 or DS213+ wakes up from deep sleep.
- Enhanced the performance in writing a large number of files to a Btrfs volume with RAID 1 configuration using hard disk drives (HDD).
- Fixed the issue where Synology Universal Search and Synology Drive might consume excessive CPU resources when the option “Utilize unused memory as database cache to improve (search) performance” has been enabled.
- Fixed the issue where domain-related services might not resume working because the update of domain data could not be complete.
- Fixed security vulnerabilities (Synology-SA-20:18).
- Fixed the issue where the system might incorrectly prompt IP address conflict warning if a network interface card is attached to Synology NAS and the option “Reply to ARP requests if the target IP address is a local address configured on the incoming interface” is disabled.
- Fixed the issue where the status of an Ethernet port might not be detected properly when the Ethernet port is not connected to a network cable while Open vSwitch has been enabled.
Note: Only Synology NAS with DSM 6.2.3 installed can be updated to this version.
This post was updated on Wednesday / July 22nd, 2020 at 1:07 AM