current best FreeBSD hosting services

John Levine johnl at
Sun Mar 29 20:24:08 UTC 2020

In article <CAGBxaXn=Nn+Y+83evkkNOK+b2monhAe6jdmk8thQBZzHHvbvmA at> you write:
>hardware and networking).   Currently we use the servers for cloud storage,
>a few very low traffic web sites (all running on www/tomcat9
>[java/openjdk8]) and DIY off site backups/cloud storage.    My guess is we
>need 2 cores, 4 GB of RAM and about 80 GB of disk to be safe and want to be
>running 12.1-RELEASE (amd64) on it but have the right to upgrade it

I've been happy with VPS at in Pennsylvania.  They're
pretty cheap, quite reliable, and when I've had technical issues,
their responses have been clueful.

Their current FreeBSD VPS comes with 11.1 but I've upgraded mine using
freebsd-update without problems.

John Levine, johnl at, Primary Perpetrator of "The Internet for Dummies",
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