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NAS QNAP, QTS 5.1.1 est disponible

QTS est le système d’exploitation des NAS de QNAP. Et la marque vient de publier QTS 5.1.1. Cette nouvelle version intègre de nombreuses améliorations, dont vous trouverez la liste ci-dessous.
La version QTS 5.1.1 est déjà disponible en téléchargement, via la page de téléchargement. Se connecter à l’interface d’administration QTS, aller dans la section Système puis Panneau de configuration > Mise à jour du firmware. Ensuite Mise à jour du firmware et en cliquant sur le bouton Parcourir nous allons Mettre à jour le firmware. Et voici la liste des améliorations et nouveautés de QTS 5.1.1.

Applicable Models

  • HS-251+,S2
  • QMiroPlus-201W
  • Mustang-F100,Mustang-V100,Mustang-200-i7-1T-32G-R10,Mustang-200-i5-1T-32G-R10,Mustang-200-C-8G-R10,Mustang-200

Important Notes

  • For details on new features in QTS 5.1, please visit
  • To run Virtualization Station on QTS 5.1.1, version 3.6.49 or later is required. If you are using an earlier version of Virtualization Station, please update Virtualization Station before updating QTS to 5.1.1.

Security Updates

  • Applied multiple security updates to further enhance system security.


Network & Virtual Switch
  • Optimized the switch configuration UI for QGD rackmount series running QTS, with added support for models that do not support PoE.
Control Panel
  • System Status now displays the statuses of all power supply units on all external storage enclosures, regardless of whether the NAS supports redundant power supply.
  • Users can now configure firmware update settings in the Smart Installation Guide during QTS initialization.
  • Upgraded the IronWolf Health Management (IHM) utility to implement support for the latest ST drive models as well as future models within the IHM-supported range.
  • Upgraded the Western Digital Device Analytics (WDDA) utility to update the generated recommended actions.

Fixed Issues QTS 5.1.1

  • Fixed an issue where some users would encounter certain unexpected storage issues when reinserting a disk after a firmware update.
  • Fixed an issue where some users would encounter disk partition issues on a JBOD enclosure after disconnecting and reconnecting the JBOD enclosure.
  • Fixed an issue where mounting ISO files in File Station would trigger an « Unknown Error » message.
  • Resolved an issue where the system sometimes could not create a snapshot due to insufficient metadata space.
  • Fixed an issue where some files could not be recovered when recovering a folder with a large number of files from a recycle bin.
  • Fixed an issue where some files could not be transferred when dragging and dropping a folder with a large number of files.
  • Improved Thunderbolt compatibility between M1 macOS computers and QNAP NAS devices.
  • Fixed an issue where if during shared folder creation the shared folder’s path was entered manually, virus files that were later found in the shared folder and sent to quarantine would fail to appear in Control Panel > Applications > Antivirus > Quarantine.
  • Resolved an issue where macOS devices could not access via Samba any shared folders that were created on a USB drive connected to the NAS.
  • Fixed an issue where when the system default gateway had an IPv6 address and was connected to a virtual switch, the myQNAPcloud > DDNS page did not display the IPv6 address when My DDNS was enabled.
  • Fixed an issue in HybridMount where users could not connect to a remote mount via Samba if the password contained certain special characters.
  • Fixed an issue where when two users were simultaneously logged in to the same NAS and one user performed certain actions on a folder (either in File Station or via Samba from a remote client), the other user would encounter an unexpected error message when trying to access the same folder in File Station.
  • Addressed an issue where after transferring a massive amount of data through a share link, users would experience reduced speeds when downloading through the share link later.
  • Fixed an issue where creating a LUN in a volume-less storage pool would trigger a huge amount of repeated logs.
  • Fixed an issue where users would encounter an erroneous authentication error message and fail to log in to a NAS using a domain user account via Samba.
  • Resolved a rare issue in HybridMount where users might encounter the HTTP 414 error « Request-URI Too Long » when trying to create a mount connection to OneDrive for Business.
  • Fixed an issue where users could not open Microsoft Office files in Office Online.
  • Fixed an issue where if « Always keep SMB file attributes » was enabled in File Station > More > Settings > File Operations, and the user had uploaded a file to the NAS via SMB, copying the file to another folder in File Station would result in the file being stuck in « Preparing » status and the /tmp folder becoming full.
  • Fixed a rare issue where Snapshot Replica jobs with a large amount of source data would fail to finish due to timeout.
  • Fixed an issue where users could not configure a service to use a port number already reserved for another service even though the two services used different communication protocols (e.g., TCP and UDP).
  • Fixed an issue where users could not access folders via Samba if their username contained certain special characters.
  • Resolved an issue in HBS 3 where some users could not enable Time Machine service.
  • Fixed an issue in File Station where if the NAS time is ahead of the client time, uploading a file would cause Background Tasks to incorrectly display a « Failed » message until the upload is complete.
  • Improved MariaDB support for all time zones.
  • Improved the display ratio of the desktop wallpaper.
  • Improved the login process.
  • Fixed an issue in File Station where folders would be incorrectly sorted if one or more of the folder names included certain special characters.
  • Fixed an issue in File Station where if the NAS time was ahead of the client time, uploading a file would cause Background Tasks to incorrectly display a « Failed » message until the upload was complete.
  • Fixed an issue in File Station where some action options were missing when right-clicking XLSM files.
  • Fixed an issue where under certain circumstances, File Station would be stuck at « Searching… » after trying to search files by keyword.
  • Fixed an issue where Notification Center could not send notification emails when notification rules were triggered.
  • Resolved an issue where trying to add a QNAP ID that already existed in myQNAPcloud > Access Control > Custom Settings would incorrectly trigger an « Unknown error » message.
  • Resolved an issue in Network & Virtual Switch where users would encounter an unexpected error when trying to add a static route using a VPN interface.
  • Resolved an issue where iSCSI & Fibre Channel would stop responding for some users after trying to open the application.
  • Fixed an issue in Notification Center where the system would continue to send email notifications to a recipient who had been removed from a notification rule.
  • Resolved an issue where the system would incorrectly display an « Unable to send firmware update notifications » message after creating a notification rule for firmware updates.
  • Fixed an issue in Qsirch where users could not search NAS files in Finder in macOS Ventura.
  • Fixed an issue where users could not fully delete a shared folder if the shared folder contained a very large number of files.
  • Resolved an issue where properly shutting down the NAS caused the S.M.A.R.T. attribute « Power-Off Retract Count » in HDDs to unexpectedly increase in value.

Nouveautés QTS 5.1.1

  • Stockage & Instantanés :
    • Mise à jour de l’utilitaire IronWolf Health Management (IHM) pour implémenter la prise en charge des derniers modèles de disques ST ainsi que des futurs modèles dans la gamme prise en charge par IHM ;
    • Mise à jour de l’utilitaire Western Digital Device Analytics (WDDA) pour actualiser les actions recommandées générées.
  • Panneau de contrôle
    • État du système affiche désormais l’état de tous les blocs d’alimentation de tous les boîtiers de stockage externes, que le NAS prenne ou non en charge l’alimentation redondante.
  • Réseau et commutateur virtuel
    • Optimisation de l’interface utilisateur pour la configuration des commutateurs pour les séries de montage en rack QGD utilisant QTS, avec un support supplémentaire pour les modèles qui ne supportent pas PoE.
  • Initialisation
    • Les utilisateurs peuvent désormais configurer les paramètres de mise à jour du micrologiciel dans le guide d’installation intelligent pendant l’initialisation de QTS.

Concernant la partie Mise à jour de la sécurité, QNAP nous annonce plusieurs mises à jour de sécurité avec QTS 5.1.1 mais sans toutefois donner plus de détail.

Source : QNAP via Cachem

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