In the world of free operating systems, GNU/Linux is the best known and most used, but there are also other operating systems that are very robust, very stable and have excellent performance, such as the BSD family, within the BSD family there are 3 well-known operating systems: FreeBSD, OpenBSD y NetBSD.
NetBSD is a UNIX-like operating system with a focus on security, simplicity, elegance and clean source code, it is highly portable and robust.
MariaDB is a RDBMS created from MySQL 5.1 source code by the original MySQL developers and designed as a direct and improved MySQL replacement. MariaDB is fast, scalable, and robust, with a rich ecosystem of storage engines, plugins, and other tools that make it versatile and flexible in different scenarios.
NGINX is a web server with excellent performance and low memory footprint. NGINX can also be used as a reverse proxy (FastCGI, Apache, uWSGI), as a proxy for mail protocols (IMAP, POP3) and as a load balancer.
In this post we will install NGINX as a FastCGI proxy then the PHP requests will be redirected to a PHP-FPM server.
pkgin is aimed at being an apt / yum like tool for managing pkgsrc binary packages. It relies on pkg_summary(5) for installation, removal and upgrade of packages and associated dependencies, using a remote repository.