QNAP QTS 5.0.1 beta brings exFAT for ARM and easier disk replacement in RAID

Operating system QTS from QNAP for its NASs has seen a new beta. It bears the name QTS 5.0.1 beta and brings four major improvements. One is to make it easier to replace disks before they fail. If the DA Drive Analyzer does not like a disk in a RAID array based on SMART values, it will allow you to replace it with another without having to recover the RAID array. Following the recent release of exFAT file system support for the x86 architecture, it can now be used free of charge on NASs with ARM processors.

QNAP has also worked to increase the transfer rate when encrypting and decrypting via SMB 3.0. The system supports AES-NI hardware acceleration, which should increase the transfer rate 5 times. The latest major change is Windows Search Protocol (WSP) support for mounted shares. This means that shared folders on the NAS can be searched via SMB in Windows.

Source: Svět hardware by www.svethardware.cz.

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