Release Mismatch, fyi
Version 2.3.3-RELEASE (amd64)
built on Thu Feb 16 06:59:53 CST 2017
The system is on a later version than
the official release.
I downloaded 2.3.3-RELEASE (amd64) from pfSense web site…
And did you update it to p1?
Hmm, that's fun. Hard to see how you could be seeing that.
Try running at the command line:
pkg info pfSense
What does it return?
pkg info pfSense
pfSense-2.3.3 Name : pfSense Version : 2.3.3 Installed on : Thu Feb 16 21:09:37 2017 CST Origin : security/pfSense Architecture : freebsd:10:x86:64 Prefix : /usr/local Categories : security kld Licenses : ESF Maintainer : firstname.lastname@example.org WWW : https://www.pfsense.org/ Comment : Meta package to install pfSense required ports Annotations : repo_type : binary repository : pfSense Flat size : 2.39KiB Description : Meta package to install pfSense required ports WWW: https://www.pfsense.org/
Interestingly today it is back to normal:
Version 2.3.3-RELEASE (amd64) built on Thu Feb 16 06:59:53 CST 2017 FreeBSD 10.3-RELEASE-p16 Version 2.3.3_1 is available.
I changed nothing. So perhaps it was a network issue: it couldn't get an update status. Or something hadn't finished installing/updating since the install of 2.3.3
@johnpoz: I didn't install the update for fear of cause a rip in the space-time continuum since it already said I was running a newer version than the official release… ;D
Just noticed this:
Installed on : Thu Feb 16 21:09:37 2017 CST
I installed this 'yesterday' (my time): April 30, 2017.
Not sure why its saying it was installed on Feb 16…
Because you had a rip in the space time continuum? ;) your clock on your device was OFF would be my guess..