[Centos] Low end systems
galitz at berkeley.edu
Tue Nov 30 17:41:01 UTC 2004
My current desktop is an AMD Athlon running at 800Mhz. It
is very chunky, but I think it is more the old IDE disks
in it than the processor.
On Nov 30, 2004, at 8:58 AM, Matt Shields wrote:
> My current server(old gateway desktop) is PII 300 w/ 384MB, running
> CentOS3.3, w/ apache, mysql, qmail, clamd, spamassassin,
> Gnome(occassionally), plus numerous other daemons. I'm actually quite
> surprised what this computer can handle.
> Matt Shields
> On Tue, 30 Nov 2004 16:50:51 +0100, Daniel S. Reichenbach
> <dsr at best-off.org> wrote:
>>>> Does anybody have a better picture of what this 'line' is? I.E.
>>>> 200, 300, 350? AMD 300, 450? Would this be Pentium vs. Pentium II?
>>>> Perhaps the K6-2 series on the AMD side?
>>> I just installed 3.3 on a Celeron 400 last night. Anyone else?
>> CentOS 3.3 on a Pentium II with 300 Mhz, a Pentium I with 166 Mhz,
>> one K6 system with 200 Mhz, all working fine, working as little build
>> farm and test suite for development. All systems have at 64MB RAM
>> installed. In the office we do run some systems with CentOS on PII
>> (333) systems with 96MB for daily work. No issues yet. All installed
>> with CentOS 3.1 and upgraded to 3.3. Uptime is now around half a year
>> with around 20 minutes administration after installation for setting
>> up internal yum repo.
>> blog - http://people.best-off.org/~dsr/
>> gpg - http://people.best-off.org/~dsr/gpg.asc
>> work - http://www.best-off.org/
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