This is the story of a successful migration from Proxmox to FreeBSD. VMs, LXC containers and services are now running on the new server.
This time I decided to install Mastodon on a FreeBSD jail, managed by BastilleBSD. I'll describe a simple, one jail installation, with the related rc files.
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.
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.
docker-compose allows you to define a set of containers in a single file. They will be in their “namespace” and can be linked and tied together.