December 11 Plugins Update

Today’s plugins update addresses a ClamAV security advisory, updates a few plugins to their latest available versions, and introduces the Cloudstack plugin as ready for testing. The latest plugins versions should appear in Plugins ⇾ Available. To update an existing plugin, click its 3-dot action item and select Update.

Before updating a plugin, review its Release Notes in the table below to determine if the update will impact your configuration.

It is recommended to make a snapshot of your current plugin version before updating. To make a snapshot, determine the jail_name for the plugin:  go to Plugins ⇾ Installed and note the name of the plugin in the Jails column. Then, run this command from Shell:

iocage snapshot -n snap_name jail_name

Substitute snap_name with a useful name (such as plugin name, version, and date) and jail_name with the name of the plugin from the Jails column of the UI. Repeat for each plugin you wish to update.

Updated Plugins

Plugin from to Release Notes Notes
bitcoin-daemon 0.18.1_7 0.19.0.1 Changelog
ClamAV 0.101.4,1 0.102.1,1 Changelog CVE-2019-15961
Jenkins 2.201 2.207 Changelog
Nextcloud 17.0.0 17.0.1 Changelog
Plex Media Server 1.18.1.1973 1.18.2.2058 Changelog
Plex Media Server (PlexPass) 1.18.1.1973_1 1.18.3.2129 Changelog
qbittorrent 4.1.8 4.1.9.1 Changelog
Redmine 3.4.11 3.4.11_2 Changelog
UniFi Controller 5.11.50 5.12.35 Changelog
WeeChat 2.5_1 2.7 Changelog

Call for Testing

Apache CloudStack is an open source infrastructure as a service (IaaS) platform that allows IT service providers to offer public cloud services. More information is available from http://docs.cloudstack.apache.org/en/4.11.3.0/. To install this plugin for testing, replacing the Xs with the IP address and default gateway to use for the plugin:

git clone https://github.com/freenas/iocage-plugin-cloudstack.git

cd iocage-plugin-cloudstack

iocage fetch -P ./cloudstack.json ip4_addr="xxxx" defaultrouter="xxx"

8 Comments

  1. Jemmi McDonald

    For the second update I tried to update plex. It updates fine, but then I cannot get to the management page. If I rollback the snapshot, it works fine. I NEED to be able to access the management page. Is anyone else having the same issue? I am on FreeNAS-11.2-U7. plex Version 1.16.5.1554 works fine but the October update and Now December update do the exact same thing… management page shows 404 forbidden. is it a permissions thing?

    Reply
    • Martin Wilke

      @jemmi We’re sorry to hear about that, can you please open a ticket in jira.ixsystems.com with the debug log.

      Thanks.

      Reply
  2. Cameron

    Damn it guys still no Sbnzbd…

    Reply
    • Michael Dexter

      Stay tuned!

      Reply
  3. Mr. Nervous

    Any chances to get freenas plugin for JRiver Media Center in future ?

    Reply
    • Michael Dexter

      JRiver stated in 2003 that they did not support FreeBSD and thus FreeNAS, and this does not appear to have changed. Are you using it on FreeBSD?

      Reply
      • Mr. Nervous

        Yes, I am using it in Virtual Machine (Win10). It would be a nice performance boost if I could put it in Jail like a plugin.

        Reply
        • Michael Dexter

          Feel free to lobby the developers! The better it works on FreeBSD, the easier it is to package as a Plugin.

          Reply

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