I made a small FREEBSD 10.1 server (5$/mo plan). I installed FAMP stack manually. I took a snapshot. Now, I KNOW FOR A FACT that a FreeBSD installation isn’t even CLOSE to 20gb (more in the range of a 800MB image, maybe a 2GB install MAX). That being said, copying a very minor-ly changed FreeBSD install wouldn’t be the difference between 20GB and 30GB. Not even close. So why is it telling me I need a 30GB install to use snapshots that were MADE AND ARE CURRENTLY HOSTED ON a $5/mo plan? This, to me, is charging more for FEATURES and is not advertised anywhere when you initially “sign up for this” type of ecosystem.
By the way, I tried the FreeBSD FAMP premade option and it won’t allow me to install it on a 20GB server ($5/mo) just like the snapshots. I’m hoping sincerely that this is an OVERSIGHT and not an intentional money-grab. If you want to restrict features on the $5/mo option, then SAY SO from the get-go, don’t make it a nasty surprise to restrict a person’s options after the fact.
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