OpenBGPD 7.6 released

submited 18 September 2022

This release includes the following changes to the previous release:

  • Include OpenBSD 7.1 errata 008: bgpd(8) could fail to invalidate nexthops and incorrectly leave them in the FIB or Adj-RIB-Out.
  • Speedup bgpctl show rib 10/8 or-longer and show rib 10/8 or-shorter
  • Switch various static hash tables to RB trees improving performance on large systems
  • Export per neighbor pending update and withdraw statistics
  • Fix race between a neighbor session reset and its update message backlog
  • Improve handling of nexthop reachability state changes
  • Further improve portability of the FIB handling code
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