Quantum Corp.’s Network Attached Storage Division, makers of
network attached storage devices, recently sent out an e-mail to users who have downloaded the company’s new Snap OS version 3.4. According to the communication, there’s a problem that will need to be addressed shortly with an even newer update to Snap OS.
Snap OS 3.4 was just released a few days ago. Among improvements to the new operating system is added support for users of Mac OS X 10.1.x.
According to Quantum’s e-mail, Snap OS 3.4 sports a deficiency that may prevent group Access Control List (ACL) permissions from functioning correctly. The problem will be corrected in a newer version of Snap OS. The company said that it plans to send out an e-mail to registered users who have already downloaded the new upgrade to notify them of the newer version of Snap OS as soon as it’s available.
“If you have not already installed Snap OS version 3.4 software on your Snap Server, please do not do so until we can provide you with new software that does not have the issue we have discovered,” said Quantum’s director of worldwide service and support, Thomas Zimmer. “If you have already installed Snap OS version 3.4 software on your Snap Server, we recommend that group ACLs should not be used or that you install a previous version of Snap OS on your Snap Server.”