How fast is it compared to DragonFlyBSD?

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How fast is it compared to DragonFlyBSD?

joe123
According MightnightBSD's website

The project is about implementing useful features from other OSs such as DragonFlyBSD and OpenBSD.

So my question is that does it implement EVERYTHING from DragonFlyBSD and OpenBSD?

Is it going to run just as fast as DragonFlyBSD

and is it going to be just as secure as OpenBSD?
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Re: How fast is it compared to DragonFlyBSD?

laffer1
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No, it can't implement everything from all BSDs.  In some cases, there are redundant features such as newer virtualization tech in FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD.  We do have bhyve in 1.0 and 1.1.

Often this is userland stuff like doas, spell(1), progress, bf, mksh (from MirOS/MirBSD project), etc.