Jordan Hubbard has announced the release of FreeNAS 9.1.1, an open-source storage platform based on FreeBSD:
” The FreeNAS development team is delighted to announce the general release of FreeNAS 9.1.1. This release offers small, but significant, improvements to FreeNAS 9.1.0. A number of cosmetic issues, user interface tracebacks and outright bugs (such as 32-bit plugins not working) have been addressed since 9.1 was released. A few features that were known to be broken, such as AIO in Samba 3 or IPv6 in plugin jails, were also disabled to avoid people shooting their feet off. Finally, a number of important ZFS stability fixes were also picked up from the TrueOS repo during the creation of 9.1.1-RELEASE. Thank you for all your participation and assistance during the 9.1.1 beta and release candidate process, this release benefited significantly from your suggestions and bug reports!”
Here is the brief release announcement with a link to a full changelog.