- 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…
The real problem with year 2038 isn’t time_t but all the file formats and filesystems and network protocols which contain timestamps in one way or another. Hopefully those are being overhauled, but that’s not something NetBSD alone can do.