FreeBSD and Caddy play very well together for static websites/reverse proxies but we often need to serve dynamic websites. Adding PHP is quite easy.
Many Linux users are asking how we’re migrating to FreeBSD, how jails can replace lxc or (in part) Docker, and how we’re monitoring and performing backups/restores.
We started a complex, continuous and not always linear operation, that is to migrate, where possible, most of the servers from Linux to FreeBSD. Here's why.
Sometimes you want (or need) to assign a public OVH failover IP address to a FreeBSD jail but there’s not much documentation on how to do it inside a jail.
Alpine Linux and lxd are perfect together, especially if combined with a good file system. Let’s see how to install them on a btrfs file system.