As with anything in FreeBSD:
Reading the manpage usually explains everything.
Listen on interface. If unspecified, tcpdump searches the sys-
tem interface list for the lowest numbered, configured up inter-
face (excluding loopback), which may turn out to be, for exam-
mount_smbfs doesn't work properly with smbv2 and beyond.
The only solution I found is to change some settings on the samba server in global section of smb.conf
client ntlmv2 auth = no
ntlm auth = yes
setting the above let me mount my samba share on FreeBSD host with mount_smbfs command and write to the share
mount_smbfs -I 10.0.4.8 -U someuser //...
You could do the restart with daemon(1) using the -r flag. Much simpler, IMHO. BTW, I maintain the memcached port, so I may be able to help with the memcached crashing issue, let me know details if you want.
OpenBSD has softraid(4), which allows you to use an encrypting discipline on a block device. Setting up disk encryption is not supported by the installer (as of September 2020), but can be configured by hand during an operating system installation. OpenBSD FAQ has a section dedicated to Full Disk Encryption which can be used as a reference for setting up ...
Indeed, as jdeBP says, this is documented in the handbook:
And although gbde is mentioned first, geli is generally more recommended. The installer actually will even help you set this up, there's a prompt for it.
It's possible your video card is not supported by the default vt driver. Switch to sc by placing this in /boot/loader.conf
Reboot, login, and try vidcontrol -i mode again.
Thanks to protocelt on FreeBSD forums
What you're looking for is called a supervisor. I don't think FreeBSD comes with one out of the box. But there are some in the ports. I see at least;
supervisord is available as a port called py-supervisor (the port has several flavors, install with pkg install py37-supervisor or whatever matches your Python version).
daemontools is available as a port.