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Unraid 6.12.2 update is now available

The Unraid squad has rolled out an update for the popular NAS operating system. This release brings the version up to 6.12.2 and includes bug fixes as well as a few changes. Most notably, the Linux kernel has been bumped up to version 6.1.36.

What is in Unraid 6.12.2?

Changes

  • We reverted docker from v23.0.6, introduced during Unraid OS 6.12 development, to v20.10.24, which is the latest patch release of docker used in Unraid OS 6.11. This is to address increased memory usage and other issues discovered with docker.
  • A small necessary change to invoke our ‘update_services’ script whenever a WireGuard tunnel starts or stops is automatically applied to all ‘config/wireguard/*.conf’ files when you update via the Update OS page. For manual updates or if you downgrade, it is necessary to make a “dummy change” in a setting on the Settings/VPN Manager page and then click Apply.

Fixes

  • email notifications: add line in /etc/php.ini: ‘mail.mixed_lf_and_crlf=On’ to workaround change in PHP8 CRLF handling
  • emhttpd: Fix regression: emulated ZFS volumes not recognized
  • emhttpd: Fix regression: format fails if diskFsType==auto and defaultFsType specifies encryption
  • emhtptd: Fix regression: mount fails if diskFsType==auto
  • htop: remove predefined /root/.config/htop/htoprc file
  • network: RC services update:
    • NFS – fix service reload
    • RPC – fix service reload
    • NGINX – remove HTTPS port in FQDN redirect when default 443
    • All services – register IPv4 Link local assignment (169.254.xxx.xxx)
    • All services – make lock file programmable
    • WireGuard: delayed service update to avoid race condition
    • rc.library: do not allow duplicates in bind list
  • webgui: Dashboard updates:
    • Re-introduce show/hide tile content
    • Add a new icon function to show/hide all content at once
    • Reduce the gap between columns
    • description -> model
    • ZFS: fix percentage value to max 100%
    • Use prototype function: This makes it easier for 3rd party developers to automatically hide dynamic content
    • Handle duplicate IP assignments and give a warning
    • change header MEMORY to SYSTEM
  • webgui: OS Update: add a checkbox to confirm reading release notes before upgrading
  • webgui: diagnostics: include a list of duplicate assignments
  • webgui: NFS: for Security/Private increase Rule field from 256 to 512 characters.

How to install this Unraid update

It’s super easy to apply an OS update if you’re running Unraid. Here’s how to do it on your DIY NAS:

  1. Log into your Unraid NAS
  2. Go to Tools > About.
  3. Click on “Update OS.”
  4. Click on “Check for Updates.”
  5. If this update is detected, click on “Update.”

The Unraid server will then install the update and reboot. Once this process has been completed, you’ll be good to go.

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