I say this in reference to Duke Nukem Forever, since this software took 3 years to develop.
That being said, I personally find this "release" to be a disaster. Why do you ask?
- Performance is abysmal. Your boot device is under constant heavy load and regardless of service type, and network speeds, you will experience horrific write/read speeds versus 9.X.
- Chrome is the only supported browser. Seriously, guys? This is the only webUI that I have come across that is only supported by a single browser.
- iSCSI has gone backwards. To be specific, much of the advanced configuration options that were once available are now gone. You can either share all or nothing!
- Upgrades are a nightmare. If you have an encrypted pool and are trying to upgrade from 9.X, forget about it, not happening.. Jails/plugins are not able to migrate as well.
- VM shenanigans. Windows 2016 and Ubuntu will not install in the new VM hypervisor. How is this hyper convergence?
- Lastly, the UI has all sorts of random "quirks" that can result from fields disappearing to outright VM's and scheduled jobs disappearing too. You will find yourself wondering what the hell happened and even more so when a reboot causes even worse behaviors.
In the end, the new UI is "shiny and pretty" but the software itself seems far from finished.
Just wondering what the hell happened and why they didn't spend this time fixing what they already had with the 9.X branch...