Can't list snapshots in GUI.
Listing snapshots via GUI I get:
Sorry, an error occurred
(see attached screenshot)
#1 Updated by Josh Paetzel over 3 years ago
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This sounds like browser cache issues. Can you try it from private browsing mode? If it works there clearing your browser cache should fix it.
If it doesn't work in that case we'll need to know your browser version and OS version.
#2 Updated by Mattew Panz over 3 years ago
It doesn't work: I tried clearing the cache in
Firefox 28.0 (Win 7 64 bit);
IE 11.0.9600 (Win 7 64 bit);
iOS v. 7.1 on iPad.
Interesting thing: if I go to shell and
zfs list -t snapshot
all my periodic snapshots are there, but they don't show as Previous Versions in Windows only from the date I upgraded from FreeNAS v. 220.127.116.11 to 18.104.22.168
for example: I updated on the 18th of April; Previous Versions show last available version dated 17th.
#3 Updated by Jordan Hubbard over 3 years ago
Sounds like this is forking into two different issues - let's try to keep them separate.
1. Can anyone reproduce the GUI problem with a browser that's !Firefox? This seems to be a common theme with a lot of our "UI bugs" lately.
2. Let's break the "Previous versions" in Windows issue into another bug.
#5 Updated by Josh Paetzel over 3 years ago
I really do not like "Works on my machine" responses from developers, however in this case it works on my machine! Screenshot attached of GUI showing snapshots on 22.214.171.124 from chrome in w28r2.
Can you try Firebug in firefox and see if you can get at the actual error that is occurring?
Also can someone who is having an issue with previous versions please open a separate ticket for that?
#7 Updated by Helge Simonsen over 3 years ago
Same here. I reverted to 126.96.36.199 and all is well again.
Back to 188.8.131.52 and i get the error in GUI listing snapshots again.
Tested "all" browsers on one Win2008R2, two Win7. Error all over.
Tried safari on my iPhone and get a error there too, so it's not windows related.