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Download / Try / Buy

You can download, try, and buy FlexRAID on its main site.

Release Notes

Log_B-20 Change Log Notes to Linux users: GLIBC version 2.11 or higher is required to run FlexRAID. You can verify your GLIBC version by executing "ldd --version".

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You can download, try, and buy FlexRAID on its main site. You can download, try, and buy FlexRAID on its main site.
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<h2>Release Notes</h2> <h2>Release Notes</h2>
-<strong>Changes in 2.0 Update 11 (not yet released):</strong> 
-- Major improvements to the Real-Time RAID feature (more resilient and better handling of reconciliation) 
-- Fixed UI for RT RAID DB backup where invalid backup could not be deleted but allowed to be restored 
-- Added option to better deal with <a href="http:// wiki.flexraid.com/2012/05/ 07/invalid-state-not-enough- usable-space- for-parity/" ><strong>"Invalid state: not enough usable space for parity!" cases</strong></a>+<img src="http://wiki.flexraid.com/ wp-content/uploads/2012/05/ Log_B-20.png" alt="Log_B-20" width="20" height="20" class="alignnone size-full wp-image-2554" /> <a href="http:// download.openegg.org/release/ FlexRAID/Windows/2.0/RAID- over-File-System- Change-Log.txt" title="Change Log">Change Log</a>
-- Fixed UI so that Cruise Control managed drives can be scanned for hardlinks and invalid dates 
-- Fixed "Disk Full" error when the pool has plenty of space in some rare scenarios (and Windows 8 users only) 
-<strong>Changes in 2.0 Update 10:</strong> 
-- Fixed a small glitch in licensing on Linux 
-- Fixed a case of folder rename issue 
-- Fixed issue in expression language whereas specifying an interactive directive was not properly interpreted 
-- Driver update with some interim changes for Windows 8 early adopters (note: full and better Windows 8 support will be in a new driver) 
-- Added advanced mount options for Linux users 
-<strong>Changes in 2.0 Update 9:</strong> 
-- Fixed issue with storage settings not being republished when auto-start is enabled 
-- Fixed hardlinks/junctions scan on Linux 
-- Fixed issue with executing before/after pool start external commands 
-- New options (large writes and direct I/O) for improving write speed on Linux 
-- Fixed a specific case activation issue on Linux 
-- Fixed configuration import issue where as the DB would get corrupted 
-<strong>Changes in 2.0 Update 8:</strong> 
-- Driver update for Windows (minor fixes) 
-- Fixed bug with removing drive from a Real-Time RAID configuration 
-- Fixed bug with Real-Time RAID affecting programs like Crashplan 
-- Fixed bug with license management affecting certain hardware changes 
-- Fixed Windows storage pool bug whereas a rare bad resource allocation would result in crash 
-- Major overhaul of Real-Time RAID low level implementation making it much more robust 
-- Important refactoring of the Linux storage pooling implementation 
-- Fixed scheduler bug affecting scheduling by day-of-the-week 
-<strong>Changes in 2.0 Update 7:</strong> 
-- Driver update for Windows (minor fixes) 
-- Driver update for Linux (with fix for issue when setting thread > 1 on some systems) 
-- Added ability to scan for hardlinks and junctions on Linux 
-- Fixed issue when returning a managed folder and the destination folder mount point exists on Linux 
-- Fixed lingering issue with Linux activation 
-<strong>Changes in 2.0 Update 6:</strong> 
-- Added trial feature (new users will now be able to activate the software for a 14 days trial) 
-- Added activation reset feature to the WebUI (System Control Panel -> Toolbox -> Activation) 
-- Fixed bug whereas the scheduler configuration panel would override an exiting entry under certain scenarios 
-- Support for granting share permission to user with space in its username 
-- Fixed pool folder creation on Linux 
-- Fixed Linux issue whereas drives are not properly released when returned to the user from a Cruise Control configuration 
-- Fixed issue with SMART parsing values as integers instead of long values 
-- Fixed issue with SMART where mappings were not being published on service restart 
-- Added ability to scan for hardlinks and junctions on Windows 
-- Fixed issue with service control on Windows (whereas the FlexRAID was being improperly started and crashed rather than stopped) 
-- Improves stability of Real-Time RAID on Windows 
-<strong>Changes in 2.0 Update 5:</strong> 
-- Fixed licensing issue on Linux 
-- Fixed SMART monitoring bugs (bug in repetitive notification of failed drive - bug with charting on Linux) 
-- Fixed issue whereas FlexRAID tries to remount drives after they have been released from a deleted configuration on Linux 
-- Fixed UI bug for both Windows and Linux affecting DRU expansion for multi-PPU configurations 
-<strong>Changes in 2.0 Update 4:</strong> 
-- Fixes issue whereas stopping the pool would crash the service (pesky bug) 
-- Changes the Validate/Quick-Validate tasks to check for and report on new files 
-- Imports the old SSL certificate back into the keystore 
-<strong>Changes in 2.0 Update 3:</strong> 
-- Fixes Gmail issues 
-- Adds Dutch locale translation (big thanks to RapWare) 
-<strong>Changes in 2.0 Update 2:</strong> 
-- Fixes Windows storage pool bug introduced in 2.0u1 
-- Fixes UI bug that was not allowing a PPU to be re-instated in a new config trying to make use of the existing parity data on a new OS install 
-- Improves UI for the restore process for various conditions (like if you lost your OS and config DB and a data drive at the same time <img title="Shocked" src="http://forum.flexraid.com/ Smileys/default/ shocked.gif" alt=":o" /> ) 
-- Expert and CruiseControl configurations can now be imported from the first PPU if the config DB is lost 
-- Fixes email config UI where verify always returned success even when it failed 
-- Email changes to allow users to toggle TLS settings 
-- Sets the thread setting to 1 by default for Linux users (advanced users should experiment with 2 and revert to 1 if stability issues) 
-<strong>Changes in 2.0 Update 1:</strong> 
-- Fixes e-mail issues for users using SSL 
-- Fixes UI serialization issue 
-- Fixes activation issue for Linux users 
-- Fixes drive swap issues for RT RAID users 
-- Fixes log level for Validate task 
-- Fixes start/stop issue with the storage pool on Windows 
-- Storage pool driver update for Windows 
-<strong>Changes in 2.0 final:</strong> 
-- bug fixes as posted on Mantis 
-- Added an optional login page (can be disabled) 
-- <a href="../2012/ 03/04/executing- custom-scripts- before-andor- after-the-storage- pool-starts-or-stops/" target="_blank">Added options to run scripts before and after the storage pool is started or stopped</a> 
<strong>Notes to Linux users:</strong> <strong>Notes to Linux users:</strong>
GLIBC version 2.11 or higher is required to run FlexRAID. GLIBC version 2.11 or higher is required to run FlexRAID.
You can verify your GLIBC version by executing "ldd --version". You can verify your GLIBC version by executing "ldd --version".

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12 Responses to “Download / Try / Buy”

  1. bafndp December 7, 2012 at 6:50 AM #

    where can I download the software?

  2. Fred Ramsey August 8, 2013 at 6:56 PM #

    I bought a license using my American Express card in April 2013. I have yet to receive an email with the license key. Please let me know what I need to do to obtain the key.
    Thanks,

    Fred

  3. michaelrguinn February 12, 2014 at 11:14 AM #

    Fred, have you received yet? Normally these things are within minutes… I bought mine last night, but have yet to receive the license. After seeing your post, this really concerns me and there is no phone number listed on their site.

    Can anyone suggest an appropriate timeframe or a way to get in contact with them? I need it ASAP!

  4. BK-System May 5, 2014 at 11:42 AM #

    Hi;

    With your $99 Unlimited tRaid option, can I configure 5-disks iRaid on two separate computers?

    Also, does FlexRaid (tRaid) support Windows 8.1 64bit?

    • Brahim June 12, 2014 at 7:14 AM #

      No. Each license can only be used on a single node.

  5. Chad June 10, 2014 at 12:42 AM #

    I just bought mine last night. Haven’t received anything except the paypal receipt yet.

    I need to acquire my purchase code ASAP as my raid is down and I cannot access my files!

    • Brahim June 12, 2014 at 7:17 AM #

      Orders take up to 48 hours to process after which you will receive an email with the purchase code.

  6. Hob August 21, 2014 at 1:18 AM #

    My PC kicked the bucket (MOBO RIP) moving drives over to a new pc. How do i recover my licence?

  7. u October 8, 2014 at 4:15 AM #

    I have a Raid-F running on a WHS2011, but tRaid may be better because my family members keep editing their files on the server. Can I change my Raid-F license into a t-Raid license?

  8. martin May 20, 2015 at 11:02 PM #

    need a server with 30TB minimum space. what do I need?

  9. daniel lee November 17, 2015 at 9:46 AM #

    disk registering problems could not go on so could not create pool to test
    transparent raid functionality.

    operation failure:
    unsupported partition offset=512 for seagate ….

    the HD is brand new and is specifically for testing this kind of setup and is formatted as NTFS and is accessible in all PCs and by others like driveBender n stableBit.

    please respond to assist so can test / evaluate your product.

    regards.

    • Brahim December 2, 2015 at 2:28 PM #

      Please use the forum for help on technical issues.

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