TrueNAS 13.0-U3 has been released to the general public and is available for download. If you’re running TrueNAS on your custom home lab server, now would be a good time to check for updates as this one has a few changes and fixes included. This guide will show you what’s new and how to go about installing the update.
What’s new in TrueNAS 13.0-U3
- NAS-118437 Update net/samba to Samba 4.15.10
- NAS-118341 libzfsacl – add function to convert ZFS ACL to string
- NAS-118216 Record midclt enclosure.query in debug (Core/Enterprise/Scale)
- NAS-118199 Update rsync port in 13
- NAS-117828 Add Storj as Cloud Sync service (13 and Angelfish)
- NAS-116185 Enable trains redirect for 12.0 to 13.0
- NAS-118505 R50BM needs to be added to webUI codebase
- NAS-118068 Add R50BM to enclosure mapping code and to keyserver
- NAS-117923 Upgrade Asigra plugin
- NAS-117827 New cloud sync provider: “Storj iX” (13 and Angelfish)
- NAS-118787 Asigra Install fails
- NAS-118717 CVE-2022-3437 (Heimdal des/des3 overflow) Samba 4.15
- NAS-118563 fix service.restart and journal sync race
- NAS-118562 nameservers not propagating to standby nodes
- NAS-118546 Disable some cloud sync buckets
- NAS-118370 Merge FreeBSD SA-22:13 EN-22:20
- NAS-118166 Box (TrueNAS 13.0-U2) spontaneous reboot during install of nextcloud plugin
- NAS-117976 NIS does not start on its own after failover.
- NAS-117975 hwpmc(4) kernel panic on Proxmox
- NAS-117972 No error message when trying to delete snapshot with hold
- NAS-117964 VM created in Truenas 12.0 fails to boot or edit on Truenas 13.0-U2
- NAS-117957 netcli cannot edit lagg interfaces
- NAS-117899 TC Cloud Connection causing a Kernel Panic with R10
- NAS-117760 [13.0:U1.1] smbd.core when connecting from a macOS
- NAS-117710 ZFS space efficiency on devices with huge physical blocks
- NAS-117290 NAS-1 had an unscheduled system reboot. The operating system successfully came back online at Fri Jul 22 08:29:53 2022.
- NAS-115559 Use O_RESOLVE_BENEATH for opens in FreeBSD
How to install TrueNAS 13.0-U3
Updating TrueNAS couldn’t be easier. There’s an automated way that lets the OS download and apply updates automatically. Then there are two manual methods that involve either clicking some buttons or uploading a file. We’re going to cover the manual method using nothing but the TrueNAS UI:
- Log into your TrueNAS.
- Go to System > Update.
- Click “Check for updates” if none are available.
- Click “Download updates” to start the process.