OPNsense is a fork of pfSense (which is already available as a template in OnApp). Many of our customers would love to use OPNsense within OnApp.
See https://opnsense.org for details.1 vote
Aside from the configurable directory for storing templates, there is no way to specify which directory to use as temporary storage while it attempts to extract/convert the OVA. If you have a separate disk for the OnApp application and files, it defaults to using /tmp on the / file system for extracting/converting the OVA file. It would be preferred to have the tmp directory used for such processes to be within the OnApp installation directly instead of in /tmp which fills up the / file system.4 votes
Whenever I have to boot from a rescue image, and edit a file, I first have to install nano with yum. It would be nice if it was already in the rescue image.1 vote
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