Re: most lightweight debian server
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On 03/30/08 19:54, paragasu wrote:
> I find on my boxes with 64 MB ram or less, that I hit swap often. Etch
> is like that. So for old boxes, I run OpenBSD. No re-compiling
> are u suggesting that OpenBSD use better resource than debian etch?
"Better"? Not if you've got a heavily-burdened multi-CPU system.
But better if you want to run a desktop or heavy server apps in a
seriously RAM-limited system.
> is there any way to customize debian etch so it use server resource less?
Depends on which server resources. Apache2 is *not* known to be
At a minimum, you'll need to roll your own kernel, stripping out
*everything* that is not needed. Same with the base system. Start
stripping, and be ruthless about it.
Ron Johnson, Jr.
Jefferson LA USA
We want... a Shrubbery!!
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