On Mar 21, 2004, at 6:49 AM, Martijn wrote:
I am planning on running a BSD server with DNS and an apache server, maybe an
dhcp server to. (No X). What would be the minimum requirements for this?

DNS and DHCP are relatively lightweight, so the main question is how much traffic you expect the web server to handle. If you're going to handle less than 100K hits per day (approx 1 hit per second), you're only going to need something like a Pentium-100 grade machine with 32MB of RAM.


If you generate dynamic content rather than serving up static HTML, your workload and requirements will go up quite a bit, since dynamic websites generally involve some combination of a database and Perl, Python, or some other scripting language...

--
-Chuck

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