Will you need hardware or a supported solution for your project? The FreeNAS team would like to remind you that the FreeNAS project is sustained through the sale of awesome storage products that leverage the power of FreeNAS.

So, if you end up loving FreeNAS (you totally will), and you want a dedicated home storage device that is specifically designed for it, check out the iXsystems FreeNAS Mini.

If you need something a little more robust and rackmountable for a simple file server or other non-critical storage application, iXsystems provides FreeNAS Certified Storage.

 

And, if you require enterprise-class storage with high availability, 24/7 support, and enough performance to back a whole virtual infrastructure, you'll want to look into TrueNAS.

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See: changelog && analyze our release notes to see what's been up since your last visit. If you'd like to download an manual update, see the .tgz file below our 64bit installation .iso .
Changelog
Release Notes

Installing FreeNAS?

Download the current stable release of FreeNAS.
The new recommended boot device size is 8GB. FreeNAS requires 8GB of RAM to run properly. Download sha256 checksum:
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Upgrading FreeNAS?

Download the current stable GUI Upgrade file.
Users planning to update to FreeNAS 9.3, please be aware that the new suggested minimum boot drive size is 8GB. Please read the UPGRADING file for more information. Download sha256 checksum:
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