>From what I heard from most BSD'ers it's not really feasible to re-compile or
customize the kernel much these days. If you truly need to compile/optimize
the kernel you're already overworking your hardware. With that being said
I’m curious myself, I'm always interested in squeezing a little out of my
Ivan Carey wrote:
> What would be the best Kernel options to run a file server?
> I will be using an Intel server mother board with one Xeon quad core CPU
> installed (this mother board has 2 CPU sockets) 2GB RAM and dual 500Gb
> SATA HDD's
> I am thinking of options that would make the kernel efficient as a pure
> file server.
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