DSM 6.2.2 ist heute (28.03.2019) erschienen

Important Note
  1. The update is expected to be available for all regions within the next few weeks, although the time of release in each region may vary slightly.
  2. This update will restart your Synology NAS.
  3. sMedio DTCP Move will not be supported on DSM 6.2.2.
  4. If MariaDB 5 is not installed and the built-in MySQL port is selected for a firewall rule, users will have to enable the option again.

What's New in DSM 6.2.2
  1. Added the new Smart Update function and adjusted the update mechanism of DSM.
  2. IHM now supports 14TB IronWolf and IronWolf Pro drives.
  3. Added firmware update function of SAS controller on certain SAS models.
  4. Added knowledge base article recommendations in the Support Center to help users with easy troubleshooting.
  5. Domain users can now change their passwords upon DSM login when their passwords expire.
  6. Added support for Integrated Windows Authentication.
  7. Added support for Google LDAP services.
  8. Added the new Low-Capacity Write function, which resumes LUNs from read-only status temporarily when a volume is running out of space.
  9. Users can now select which advanced features to enable during iSCSI LUN creation.
  10. Adjusted the warning mechanism in iSCSI Manager for insufficient volume space.
  11. Users can now set up trigger time for snapshot retention policies in iSCSI Manager.
  12. Users can now configure date and time formats in their personal account settings.
  13. Supports SSD compatibility check on XS and FS series models.
  14. Adjusted the notification mechanism for bad sectors.
  15. Improved the calculating accuracy of SSD cache hit rate.
  16. Users can now get a Let's Encrypt certificate automatically upon adding a new Synology DDNS.
  17. Changed notification badges from numbers to red dots and modified display rules.

Fixed Issues
  1. Fixed an issue where usage history may not show in Resource Monitor on certain models.
  2. Fixed an issue where files cannot be re-uploaded after being deleted on macOS 10.13.
  3. Fixed an issue where encrypted Excel files cannot be opened in Microsoft Office 2016 simultaneously on multiple macOS devices.
  4. Shortened the time needed when domain or LDAP users log in to DSM via AFP.
  5. Improved the stability of mounting exFAT external devices (exFAT package required).
  6. Improved the stability of NFS protocol connection.
  7. Improved the stability of Snapshot Replication when moving a large number of directories.
  8. Enhanced the stability of Btrfs file system under certain high I/O loading conditions.
  9. Improved Spectre and Meltdown protection, which may affect system performance.
  10. Fixed multiple security vulnerabilities regarding Linux kernel (CVE-2017-13168, CVE-2018-19824, CVE-2017-15649, CVE-2018-14634, CVE-2018-17182, CVE-2018-10853).
  11. Fixed multiple security vulnerabilities regarding OpenSSL (CVE-2018-0732, CVE-2018-0737, CVE-2019-1559, CVE-2018-0734, CVE-2018-5407).
  12. Fixed multiple security vulnerabilities regarding Spectre & Meltdown (Synology-SA-18:01).
  13. Fixed multiple security vulnerabilities regarding OpenSSH (CVE-2019-6109, CVE-2019-6110, CVE-2019-6111, CVE-2018-20685).
  14. Fixed a security vulnerability regarding SQLite (Synology-SA-18:61).
  15. Fixed multiple security vulnerabilities regarding Samba (Synology-SA-18:47, Synology-SA-18:60).
  16. Minor bug fixes.