DragonFly BSDAfter six months of development represented release DragonFlyBSD 3.4, of the operating system with a hybrid kernel, created in 2003 with the aim of alternative development branch of FreeBSD 4.x.

Of the features of DragonFly BSD is possible to allocate distributed versioned filesystem HAMMER, boot support “virtual” cores of the system as a user process, the ability to cache data and meta-data filesystem on SSD-drives. Among the key improvements of DragonFly BSD 3.4 release notes integration of ports and instruments DPorts pkgng, the transition to GCC 4.7, a new USB-stack optimization for work on heavy-duty engines. Continue reading