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KEY FEATURES DragonFlyBSD is a FreeBSD fork that has a different approach to concurrency, SMP, and most other kernel subsystems than the original. The system tries to provide a stable and backwards-compatible API with a straight upgrade mechanism. DragonFly's ultimate goal is to provide fully cache coherent and fully transparent single-system-image style clustering.
Supported architectures Currently x86 only. Work is being done on support for the new 64-bit processors from AMD
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