- SMP support for Xen domU kernels, initial suspend/resume support for Xen domU, PCI pass-through support for Xen3, and addition of the balloon driver.
- Major rework of MIPS port adding support for SMP and 64-bit (O32, N32, N64 ABIs are supported) processors, DSP v2 ASE extension, various NetLogic/RMI processor models, Loongson family processors, and new SoC boards.
- Improved SMP on PowerPC port and added support for Book E Freescale MPC85xx (e500 core) processors.
- ARM has gained support for Cortex-A8 processors, various new SoCs, and initial support for Raspberry Pi. Full support for Raspberry Pi and major ARM improvements to come in a future NetBSD release.
time_tÂ is now a 64-bit quantity on all NetBSD ports. This means that the NetBSD world no longer ends in 2037.
Interesting they addressed the 2038 issue… And more SMP support…