git: 37f329d574 - main - 14.0 relnotes: more cleanups

From: Mike Karels <>
Date: Mon, 20 Nov 2023 19:45:23 UTC
The branch main has been updated by karels:


commit 37f329d574519f23dadb1fc084f0612cda85d416
Author:     Mike Karels <>
AuthorDate: 2023-11-20 19:45:03 +0000
Commit:     Mike Karels <>
CommitDate: 2023-11-20 19:45:03 +0000

    14.0 relnotes: more cleanups
    Change new section header for 14.0 changes to say "new to 14.0".
    Split kasan: amd64 was in 13.2, arm64 is new in 14.0.
    Reviewed by:    emaste
    Differential Revision:
 website/content/en/releases/14.0R/relnotes.adoc | 9 ++++++---
 1 file changed, 6 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

diff --git a/website/content/en/releases/14.0R/relnotes.adoc b/website/content/en/releases/14.0R/relnotes.adoc
index 92ebd29d80..e12c004fe1 100644
--- a/website/content/en/releases/14.0R/relnotes.adoc
+++ b/website/content/en/releases/14.0R/relnotes.adoc
@@ -226,6 +226,10 @@ Problems should be reported via the problem reporting system, https://bugs.freeb
 (Sponsored by Stormshield)
+LLVM's AddressSanitizer can be used in amd64 kernels.
+See the man:kasan[9] manual page for more information.
+gitref:38da497a4dfc[repository=src] (Sponsored by The FreeBSD Foundation)
 A workaround has been implemented for a hardware page invalidation problem on Intel Alder Lake (twelfth generation) and Raptor Lake (thirteenth generation) hybrid CPUs.
 The bug can lead to file system corruption with UFS and MSDOSFS, and probably other memory corruption.
 The slower cores (E-cores) automatically use a slower method of page invalidation with the workaround.
@@ -263,7 +267,7 @@ gitref:9708ba9f29[repository=src]
-== Changes in {releaseCurrent}
+== Changes new to {releaseCurrent}
 == Userland
@@ -565,9 +569,8 @@ LLVM's MemorySanitizer can now be used in amd64 kernels.
 See the man:kmsan[9] manual page for more information.
 gitref:a422084abbda[repository=src] (Sponsored by The FreeBSD Foundation)
-LLVM's AddressSanitizer can now be used in amd64 and arm64 kernels.
+LLVM's AddressSanitizer can now be used in arm64 kernels as well as amd64.
 See the man:kasan[9] manual page for more information.
-gitref:38da497a4dfc[repository=src] (Sponsored by The FreeBSD Foundation)
 gitref:89c52f9d59fa[repository=src] (Sponsored by Juniper Networks, Inc.) (Sponsored by Klara, Inc.)
 Support for asymmetric cryptographic operations has been removed from the kernel open cryptographic framework (OCF), as they are not used by modern OpenSSL versions.