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Date:      Mon, 4 Apr 2011 16:42:02 +0300
From:      =?UTF-8?Q?Kristaps_K=C5=ABlis_?= <kristaps.kulis@gmail.com>
To:        Eitan Adler <lists@eitanadler.com>
Cc:        questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: tuning a system for a single user
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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.
 kern.maxusers is autotuned.

 FreeBSD is multiuser OS, if you wan't singleuser os, install FreeDOS :)

Kristaps K=C5=ABlis



On Sat, Apr 2, 2011 at 5:24 AM, Eitan Adler <lists@eitanadler.com> 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 FreeBSD better. I found the sysctl kern.maxusers but I'm unsure
> how things affects things. =C2=A0Can I reduce the amount of time, memory,
> etc the kernel spends enforcing quota, scheduling, etc?
>
> I don't have anything particular in mind - just want to get a general
> set of tunables I might be interested in.
>
>
> --
> Eitan Adler
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