Info The day DDSM died

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Info The day DDSM died

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Anecdotal evidence from the "Community" indicates that updating DSM to 6.2.3 will kill DDSM, as Docker will require DDSM at 6.2.3.

Y'all have been warned.
 
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Fake news, everything is peachy !!!

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Anecdotal evidence from the "Community" indicates that updating DSM to 6.2.3 will kill DDSM, as Docker will require DDSM at 6.2.3.

Y'all have been warned.
This was a long time coming. DDSM is EOL and that was even discussed last Autum. VDSM or nothing. 2 bad really but I get it. VDSM licenses are more expensive and no need to develop and support 2 methods of virtual DSM.
 

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Anecdotal evidence from the "Community" indicates that updating DSM to 6.2.3 will kill DDSM, as Docker will require DDSM at 6.2.3.

Y'all have been warned.

Is this the post you ment?

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Anyway as Rusty already mentioned, we know from this same above mentioned Synology Community post that DDSM is EOL. It's just a matter of time. Any day it runs, count it as a lucky day.
 

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That's a good reason to 1. read release notes, and 2. don't auto-update.
 

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