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Re: kernel config for large server
Don't worry it'll work fine. If anything you'll need to set up Apache to
handle that load not oBSD.
I used some pretty large 2g+ servers + 100s of Gb's without problems.
It is just anoyning to do an fsck on a really large disk :-)
At home I run a PIII with 1G of mem and 72GB RAID 5 disk. I had no problems
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Wilk" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Wednesday, June 12, 2002 16:34
Subject: kernel config for large server
> I must apologize in advance if this information is available elsewhere.
> I did check the OpenBSD Faq and searched the archives of this list, but
> I suspect this information might be release version dependant.
> I will have a server with 2GB RAM running apache 1.3.x (among other) with
> potentially hundreds of IP-based virtual hosts. THe largest FFS partition
> is 55GB.
> I'm concerned with kernel parameters to properly support 2GB RAM, the
> number of open file handles (I think that's the right terminology) that
> will need for all those virtual hosts, and the large file system size.
> I'm relatively new to OpenBSD, love what I've seen and worked with and am
> eager to learn.
> thanks for the help.
> David Wilk
> System Administrator
> Community Internet Access, Inc.
- From: Ikmal <email@example.com>