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How to update kernel on arm64-based machine on AWS
Hi. Recently I started ARM-based NetBSD-9.99 machine on Amazon's AWS cloud.
On x86_64 hardware I usually follow 'track netbsd current' instruction
for binary update. That is, update starts with unpacking a new kernel and modules
to / and reboot.
Is this way correct for ARM-based NetBSD on AWS?
I don't follow Amazon news but in the past they used Xen. However, I
don't see a domU kernel here
Do they still use Xen virtualization?
Also, in kern-GENERIC tarball I see a lot of files other than just a kernel.
What are they for?
Are these instructions correct and up-to-date?
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