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Re: Hints on kernel config for a dula pII/450 system anyone?

From: Gergo Szakal <bastyaelvtars@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 18 Sep 2006 02:29:27 +0200

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Bill Hacker wrote:
> *BSD folk, unlike Penguins, are generally agnostic.
>  Use whatever is the best 'fit for the purpose'.

Using only 1 processor is not enough. An AMD K62/450 is not enough for 
the amount of traffic going through. theoretically, DF *should* run on 
this flawlessly, that's why I even bothered reporting (and mde thers 
bother too :-P).

> Therein lies justification for (perhaps), a mere Intel Dual-Core 3 GHz 
> at 'remaindered' just-obsoleted silicon prices. Cheaper than latest' 
> Intel and AMD-64.

I wanted to avoid polluting the group with personal stuff, but machines 
of this category are not options now. In the future I'll summarize all 
this crap, translate to English and post somewhere to terrify people. :-)))

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