softraidthe matter of the fact remains that OpenBSD still uses
fdiskMaster Boot Record (MBR) partitions and lacks the full proper support for GPT (there is GPT switch in fdisk for UEFI installation which works really well) let alone something like GEOM. More importunately OpenBSD still lacks a modern file system (WAPBL for embedded/root partition or HAMMER for storage). The guy who started bringing WAPBL from BitRig port of WAPBL of NetBSD completely disappeared. I would not contemplating running OpenBSD NFS server but even the NFS client is supper slow (I am using at home with DragonFly NFS server which is blazingly fast). Still GNU binutils crap in the base. Unfortunately you can still run Gnome crap on OpenBSD. Hopefully will be pruned soon from the ports three.
httpdfor example. Too many improvements of native
dhcpclient and server to be able to summarise in one sentence.
syspatchis maturing really nicely. Even a major upgrade no longer requires sysmerge. Source patches for the stable branch are the thing of the past thanks to
syspatch. Unfortunately no
beadmIt looks like soon we will see similar way of upgrading stable packages between releases.
$ uname -a OpenBSD tengu 6.2 GENERIC.MP#0 amd64
OpenBSD bsd 6.2 GENERIC.MP#0 amd64