Issue 146
Published April 19, 2023

Smaller issue and a bit later, but still all BSD.


No releases.


No security announcements.

As always, it’s worth following BSDSec. RSS feed and Twitter account available.


Trying to create OpenBSD images using Linux supporting arm and riscv: This is a work in progress, where author is trying to create OpenBSD images from Linux, specially using arm64 and riscv64 for AWS since OpenBSD has no vmm support for arm64 nor riscv64 yet.

BSD Now 502: Ping from Hell: 5 Key reasons for a OpenZFS Performance Audit, The Ping from Hell, OpenBGPD 7.9 released, Setting the clock ahead to see what breaks, and more.


OpenZFS – Comparing Modern Open-Source Storage Solutions: Discover how OpenZFS provides scalable storage architecture for petabytes of data with flexible storage configurations, RAID levels & disk addition/removal.

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