Re: tuning a system for a single user

2011-04-04 Thread Kristaps Kūlis
Hi, I believe no FreeBSD system is single user. As root, daemon users, system users, nobody is required for running system smoothly, securely and easy, so scheduling is nessecary :) Quotas / MAC / Auditing can be disabled by compiling your own kernel, please refer to handbook for futher info.

Re: tuning a system for a single user

2011-04-04 Thread Eitan Adler
On Mon, Apr 4, 2011 at 9:42 AM, Kristaps Kūlis kristaps.ku...@gmail.com wrote: Hi,  I believe no FreeBSD system is single user. As root, daemon users, system users, nobody is required for running system smoothly, securely and easy, so scheduling is nessecary :) Obviously :-) I guess a better

Re: tuning a system for a single user

2011-04-04 Thread Adam Vande More
On Mon, Apr 4, 2011 at 7:32 PM, Eitan Adler li...@eitanadler.com wrote: I believe no FreeBSD system is single user. As root, daemon users, system users, nobody is required for running system smoothly, securely and easy, so scheduling is nessecary :) Obviously :-) I guess a better way

Re: tuning a system for a single user

2011-04-03 Thread Peter Ulrich Kruppa
On Fri, 1 Apr 2011, Eitan Adler wrote: When I look for tuning guides online, or reading tuning(7) I find a lot of guides for tuning a system for multiple users or for specific purposes (web servers, file servers, etc) I am looking for specific tunables that might make the experience of using

tuning a system for a single user

2011-04-01 Thread Eitan Adler
When I look for tuning guides online, or reading tuning(7) I find a lot of guides for tuning a system for multiple users or for specific purposes (web servers, file servers, etc) I am looking for specific tunables that might make the experience of using FreeBSD better. I found the sysctl