VladimirKrstulja/Guides/Jails – FreeBSD Wiki

3.1. Using a helper “basejail”One technique to prepare a boostrapped jail for quickest deployment involves setting up a “basejail”, which is a complete, configured jail which you clone every time you need to spawn a new jail. While managing many jails is best done with some kind of configuration automation which, in a way, obsoletes having bootstrapped jails like this, in some cases this can be useful. In short, it boils down to:

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VladimirKrstulja/Guides/FreeBSDUpdateReverseProxy – FreeBSD Wiki

freebsd-update Reverse Proxy CacheEither because you’re a good netizen and don’t want to repeatedly hammer the FreeBSD mirrors to upgrade all your systems, or you want to benefit from the speed of having a local “mirror” (cache, more precisely), running a freebsd update reverse proxy cache with, say, nginx is dead simple.

Source: VladimirKrstulja/Guides/FreeBSDUpdateReverseProxy – FreeBSD Wiki