I needed a mobile speed test server for my network diagnostics laptop recently. I have been using LibreSpeed in the office for quite some time so along with iperf3 on the same laptop, it was the logical choice.
Category Archives: FreeBSD
freebsd-update 13.0 caveats
By: Jason Tubnor @tubsta We have been performing some extensive and edge case updates from FreeBSD versions earlier than 13.0. While in most cases, there have been no issues and most users will have a smooth upgrade process when we finally have 13.0-RELEASE hit but there are some issues that we hit which will need …
Upgrading to FreeBSD 13.0
By: Jason Tubnor @tubsta An email hit the freebsd-stable mail list the other day that reminded me with the upcoming release of FreeBSD 13 that includes OpenZFS 2.0, there is a bit of housekeeping that is required post upgrade, especially if you want to take advantage of the new zpool(8) features.
FreeBSD 13.0 – Full Desktop Experience
By: Jason Tubnor @tubsta With the release of FreeBSD 13.0 on the horizon, I wanted to see how it shapes up on my Lenovo T450 laptop. Previous major releases on this laptop, using it as a workstation, felt very rough around the edges but with 13, it feels like the developers got it right. I …
Reliable Bare Metal Server using TrueOS/FreeBSD
I currently have a project need for a simple FreeBSD base install that is hooked up to a NAS/SAN back end. Coming from a Solaris background, most SPARC machines (like the V220/V420) came rack mountable and space for 2 primary hard drives simply for the OS. You would spin up your OS install, install Solstice …
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