We are happy to announce that FreeBSD 10.3 is now available on Gandi Cloud.
The latest version of FreeBSD 10 series boasts stability improvements over the previous release and quite a few new features. Here are some highlights that might interest you:
- improved stability over 10.2
- new jail(8) utility option (-l) to launch jails with clean environments
- ability to mount the root file system from a temporary source file system without needing a full reboot
- CAM Target Layer ctl(4) now supports High Availability setups
- Linux compatibility layer is now capable of running 64-bit applications on amd64 (x86_64) and has received several other improvements
Check out the official Release Notes for more details.
You can create new FreeBSD 10.3 servers right away using Gandi’s website, CLI, API or community tools such as libCloud. You can choose to create ZFS- or UFS-based servers in 64 bits on all our datacenters.
For example, to create a ZFS FreeBSD 10.3 image from the command-line with Gandi CLI :
$ gandi vm create --image "FreeBSD 10.3 64 bits (ZFS)" --memory 4096 --cores 2
Please note that FreeBSD 10.2 is no longer available for new server creation.
We hope you’ll enjoy this new version. You can learn more about using FreeBSD on Gandi Cloud or contact Customer Care if you experience any troubles. If you’re an IRC user, come join our staff and other customers in the #gandi channel on irc.freenode.net.