Binary update to -STABLE? And if so, what do I get?

Patrick M. Hausen hausen at
Fri Feb 15 08:06:51 UTC 2019

Good morning,

> Am 14.02.2019 um 19:11 schrieb Kevin Oberman <rkoberman at>:
> Far and away the biggest is the requirement to build from sources. It's not
> a big deal for me, but if I still had many systems to deal with, that would
> be a pain.
> […]
> The bottom line is that the only real reasons I see for not running stable
> is the lack of binary updates, and issues with systems being slightly out
> of sync if all are not updated to the same SVN revision at all times. Those
> are very big reasons for many.

We build from sources centrally, then zfs send/receive /usr/src and
/usr/obj to all of the machines, then just do the install(kernel|world)
part on all of them.

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