The FreeBSD team has published a new Quarterly Status Report which details work being done to the operating system and its infrastructure. The project has been working on video driver improvements, enhancements to Linux compatibility, and updating FUSE userland filesystem code. The project is also making it easier to migrate bhyve virtual machines: "The Migration feature uses the Save/Restore feature to migrate a bhyve guest from a FreeBSD host to another FreeBSD host. To migrate a bhyve guest, one needs to start an empty guest on the destination host from a shared guest image using the bhyve tool with the -R option followed by the source host IP and the port to listen to migration request. On the source host, the migration is started by executing the bhyvectl command with the --migrate or --migrate-live option, followed by the destination host IP and the port to send to the messages." Additional details can be found in the report.
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