[tor-relays] Discounts/Free Trials on BSD instances to promote BSD relays?

Conrad Rockenhaus conrad at rockenhaus.com
Fri Jul 20 13:03:31 UTC 2018

Completely unrelated, but I just realized- why the heck am I using
XenServer or even Xen when I can just use bhyve? Shoot, I just solved most
of my automation issues right there.

I’m not running jails only because I’m promising a complete 100% your own
VM and because I have people asking for OpenBSD. Of course, I could always
offer a jail environment as the freebie for a month package from now on,
except for those I’ve already promised OpenBSD to.

What are thr thoughts on just using HardenedBSD Jails as the free/try BSD
and tor out environment?



On Fri, Jul 20, 2018 at 2:20 AM Conrad Rockenhaus <conrad at rockenhaus.com>

> On Thu, Jul 19, 2018 at 5:10 PM, nusenu <nusenu-lists at riseup.net> wrote:
> >
> >
> > Conrad Rockenhaus:
> >> 1 vCPU
> >> 2 GB RAM
> >> 30 GB Disk
> >> 10 mbit/Unlimited Traffic
> >>
> >> I'll adjust the numbers as I assess demand, I just don't want a
> >> potential high level of interest and have to turn people away. Do
> >> these numbers sound reasonable?
> >
> > maybe increase the bw to ~20 mbps to make guards possible
> Ok, that sounds reasonable. Please note, this is for a free
> trial/basic XenU VM. I will make other flavors available.
> I will also make sure that these are burstable to a certain extent, I
> don't want to oversubscribe or slow things down.
> Thanks,
> Conrad
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