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Re: What's new in NetBSD?
On Mon, Jan 03, 2011 at 01:53:34PM -0700, Mike Bowie wrote:
> On 1/3/11 1:51 PM, Greg Troxel wrote:
> >Thing on my list of what's cool in 5 that wasn't in 3:
> > mount_tmpfs(8)
> > wapbl(4)
> > multi-cpu/thread support (just works)
> > acpi support is much better
> >And someting that is usable in 5, but better in current
> > mount_psshfs(8)
> ... and there's Xen dom0 / domU.
Really? I remember giving the NetBSD talk at Usenix in 2004 in Boston,
which included a mention of Xen. In NetBSD terms, this would be 2.0F
or 2.0G timeframe, just after NetBSD got ffs internal snapshots, and
before a fix for fss(4), which had been added in February 2004.
The domU xen1 port was in 2.0, and the XEN0 kernel config file in the
attic has a netbsd-3-base cvs tag.
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