DragonFly BSD 3.2.2 Released, Integrates Better Support for VIA Processors

This just a maintenance release and users can just upgrade the previous installed system

By on December 18th, 2012 09:32 GMT

DragonFly, a distribution that belongs to the same class of operating systems as other BSD-derived systems and UNIX, is now at version 3.2.2.

DragonFly 3.2.2 is just a maintenance release and the developer has only implemented a small number of updates and fixes.

Highlights of DragonFly BSD 3.2.2:

• Some VIA processors now also have a long mode;
• ccpu is no longer used for %cpu calculation in the pigs view;
• The CNP_PDIRUNLOCK flag is now clear after a lookup;
• A filesystem lookup error, due to parent directory recyclement race, has been fixed;
• allocvnode() has been changed in order to not recursively block freeing vnodes;
• The size of the callout wheel has been reduced.

Check out all the changes, updates and new features in the official announcement.

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