FreeBSD 10.3-RC2 Now Available
Written by Michael Larabel in BSD on 13 March 2016 at 12:04 AM EST. Add A Comment
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In preparation for the anticipated FreeBSD 10.3 release later this month, 10.3-RC2 is now available.

Marius Strobl announced the FreeBSD 10.3-RC2 release on Saturday afternoon for all major architectures plus an assortment of ARM boards. FreeBSD 10.3-RC2 fixes a potential data corruption issue with incremental ZFS send, file syncing improvements for hash-based database files, some security issue fixes, and more.

Additional details on this week's FreeNSD 10.3-RC2 release can be found via this weekend's release announcement. FreeBSD 10.3 is currently scheduled for release around 29 March.
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