[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
No one has mentioned the security/freebsd-update port. With that you can apply updates to the kernel and world without having to build them *if* (and only if!) you are running a GENERIC kernel. For remote administration, this may be a good option for some.

I read that this can be used _only_ nothing has been re-compiled locally, of have I missed something?

We have custom kernel due to database needed optimizations.

Iv.
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