I have a VPS on CloudAtCost. They have a template for FreeBSD 12.0, and a VPS installed from it works great.
The network performance in average 1.5Gb/s / 800Mb/s (in/out).
After upgrading it to 12.1 the outbound link's speed droped significantly and becomes 0.7Mb/s ― very consistent.
Hello, I use mobaxterm to connect to my VPS with FreeBSD every time I change something in the files a window pops up saying "SSH transfer: Password for root@ip" Is there a way to turn this off? Thanks in advance!
I use 1984hosting.com as my provider and want to install FreeBSD on the server. I can see that they have the operating system in the dropdown menu, so I do not have to download it myself. However, when I go through the installation I have to set up the internet connection. The information I have...
With all the fuzz and issues with security and privacy these days I decided to give it a go with a VPN, mostly for the fun and challenge.
I am partially done with a scenario that sounds very typical these days, although it is not necessary plain vanilla.
The overall idea is...
I've a simple question. I'm not system administrator so maybe my knowledge is a bit outdated.
So, I've 4 simple, cheap VPS servers (web, builder, devel (port maintaining) and backup) and it's a little complicated thing to login to every server and run pkg upgrade or freebsd-update fetch...
I am new to jails and I need some guidance getting the following scenario working:
I have a VPS running FreeBSD 10.2 64-Bit. That VPS has one public IPv4 and one public IPv6 address. I can get additional IPv4 addresses for $2 per month and additional IPv6 addresses for free. So of course I...
I'm not sure which Forum I should be asking this.
When I do a Web search for "FreeBSD set up VPS" I get lots of results about how to set up FreeBSD on somebody else's VPS, but that's not what I'm trying to do: I want to set up my FreeBSD system as a VPS host, e.g., I want to be the host for...
A FreeBSD VPS has the TZ set at exactly 1 hour behind and I can't tell exactly why.
root@localhost:/root # dmesg | grep Timecounter
Timecounter "HPET" frequency 100000000 Hz quality 950
Timecounter "ACPI-fast" frequency 3579545 Hz quality 900
Timecounter "i8254" frequency...
I've a strange problem (I hope it's strange only for me :) ).
I've a small VPS and I can download anything only with slow speed. I can download from any other webpage (for example the FreeBSD's ISO files) with normal speed.
I can log into another server and I can download good speed from my VPS...