Is this setup possible/viable?

Asher Brown
Asher Brown

After the FreeBSD feminist fiasco I’ll be moving my home lab and systems away from it. The setup is solely based on Linux and OpenBSD and replaces jails with dockers.

Cameron Johnson
Cameron Johnson

I make technical decisions based on the political ideologies of the developers of the technical solutions available

Charles Nelson
Charles Nelson

i keep using their shit, showing my support for their ideologies

Zachary Stewart
Zachary Stewart

implying those decisions will not drain capable manpower and replace it with dead weight therefore degrading the project quality.
Besides Linux has a bigger market share and knowledge with these technologies will be beneficial.

Gabriel Perez
Gabriel Perez

Docker cluster on RPi3
I won't even put a reaction image.

Xavier Hernandez
Xavier Hernandez

It’s a lab you dumbass. Those are not critical services.

Jacob Hall
Jacob Hall

using their shit is showing support for their ideology
baseless alarmism and fearmongering

Jose Morgan
Jose Morgan

Not sure why you aren't running SmartOS on most of this. Seems like the perfect use case.

Jose Stewart
Jose Stewart

There are two reasons: the hardware support is even poorer than FreeBSD and from what I’ve
gathered there are issues with Ryzen. The second reason is that there are no plans for a SMB3 on their kernel mode CIFS system.

Isaiah Sullivan
Isaiah Sullivan

Yes it's possible but you need to setup Vlans between your servers

Robert Collins
Robert Collins

You are retarded. FreeBSD is a project which prioritizes copy pasting a code of conduct from a radical feminist site over patching meltdown/Spectre.

Brandon Ross
Brandon Ross

I ran into the same issues, glad I'm not the only one, because I do like SmartOS, just don't have the proper HW to run it.

Thomas Myers
Thomas Myers

people who write kernel code also write codes of conduct

not realizing that mitigations are already MFCed to STABLE

Daniel Rogers
Daniel Rogers

when it comes to deciding whether to prioritize the feelings of autistic neckbeards vs. getting googlebux and bezosbux any responsible software project will make the correct choice

Wyatt Johnson
Wyatt Johnson

STABLE does have a different connotation on FreeBSD. STABLE is a rolling release and is not meant to be used on production. There are no estimated dates for fixing RELEASE and LEGACY. That’s a clear sign that this project is in shambles and everyone should get away from it.

Eli Butler
Eli Butler

I want to hug user. Do you consent?

Eli Sanders
Eli Sanders

I'm thoroughly familiar with FreeBSD's branches. None of the BSDs have committed mitigations to their production branches and that's because the projects did not get 6 months' notice like Linux did.

Ryan Cox
Ryan Cox

Dragonfly had their patches released on January 5th.

Lucas Diaz
Lucas Diaz

Spot the reddit spacing.

Jaxon Sullivan
Jaxon Sullivan

I already have a similar setup with jails with vimage enabled for the DMZ jails. Can docker publish its apps on multiple VLANs? Is it safe?

Carter Walker
Carter Walker

dragonfly is relevant

Jose Rivera
Jose Rivera

Maybe It will be after the competent members of the FreeBSD community leave the project.

Brandon Morris
Brandon Morris

implying that anyone who matters in the FreeBSD project is dropping their tendies over not being allowed to call people niggers in the mailing lists

Brayden Phillips
Brayden Phillips

Use dragonflybsd and hammer for the file servers. It will save you a lot of unnecessary trouble.

Jason James
Jason James

ditch ZFS and use hammer/2 because you're offended by shit that doesn't apply to you

Samuel Collins
Samuel Collins

Does hammerfs handles the replication or is it just a distributed lock manager like OCFS2? On linuxland you need OCFS2 on top of something that syncs the disks like DRBD or a single shared SAN system.

Brayden Williams
Brayden Williams

Relevant? Maybe not. Competent? Hell yes. The same could not be said about SJWBSD.

Jayden Walker
Jayden Walker

Hammer handles replication. Requires almost no setup and maintenance. In my system I benchmarked it as 16% faster than FreeBSD's ZFS but that was a while ago and you want to use alpine so you should run a benchmark is performance is very important to you. I use dragonfly in all my contracting work for replicated storage though, never had a single issue on petabyte scale deployments.

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