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If i knew how to set-up a web cache i would, my server is already on 24/7 as a DNS.
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Finally got my server up and running. It's a ssh, samba, and torrent box, and is currently running Arch Linux Arm.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by driftingforlife View Post

If i knew how to set-up a web cache i would, my server is already on 24/7 as a DNS.
It's highly worth it to setup a local DNS server, it's really annoying to use those faux "routers" which have slow processors and limited memory as DNS servers (as they always do) and often corrupts my local computer DNS cache
At least that's what i did biggrin.gif I actually have a larger Socket F dual hexas (4U) that is acting as my switch now tongue.gif I use many Intel quad gigabit cards to do just that
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post #1604 of 4140
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Originally Posted by driftingforlife View Post

If i knew how to set-up a web cache i would, my server is already on 24/7 as a DNS.

The point of a server is to be on 24/7....., both of mine only shutdown for updates or hardware reconfig. Not to mention there are a lot of automated processes that I would rather have run at night and use resources when I'm not wanting to use those resources for myself. Also, service like DNS or DHCP are nothing really.
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I'm using Linux Mint Debian edition (side thread, anyone have any comments on this distro for server use? I found I liked it better than standard debian, but I'm assuming it will be very similar in stability)

CLI is pree easy. I'm by no means an advanced CLI guy, but if you sit down with it you'll pick it up pretty fast. Even still there isn't a tonne of CLI stuff.


In fact here's a quick and dirty guide
Edited by ledzeppie - 5/29/13 at 11:11am
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Jeez, luckily i had my DNS server active. But it still relied on my ISP's DNS server and it went down just now frown.gif For 2 hours
The value of a DNS server. I better convert my DNS server to a full time server
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Originally Posted by ledzeppie View Post

I'm using Linux Mint Debian edition (side thread, anyone have any comments on this distro for server use? I found I liked it better than standard debian, but I'm assuming it will be very similar in stability)

I'm not sure I understand the point of using Mint, if you're just going to work from the command line, anyway. If you *are* using the Mint desktop, then I would say it's just unnecessary overhead.
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When I tried to install debian it didn't really seem to want to work for my computer very well, but mint debian edition went on flawlessly (weird, I know)... I also am not a big ubuntu fan, especially how they sort of sold out to amazon. On my next setup I'll probably use debian (and try harder to make it work), but again, it didn't want to work this time around.

Also I dont just work from command line (i'm not THAT good lol)
Edited by ledzeppie - 5/29/13 at 12:52pm
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Had some weird stuff going on with my server last night, so I was like "ahh *** why not reinstall linux and redo some partitions while I'm at it." Anyways I went for a minimalist Debian install with a KDE desktop. Worked this time around. I've got it set up perfectly now <3

But I got to say, if you're having any qualms about using command line linux, it is actually one of the most satisfying computing experiences I've had. You actually feel like you're in control of what you do and there is so much documentation and community around it that a google search will fix your problems 99% of the time.

Anyways my 10GB squid cache is flying! Its worth setting up (which isn't hard). I wonder how fast it would be with an SSD drive....hmmm......
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Originally Posted by ledzeppie View Post

Had some weird stuff going on with my server last night, so I was like "ahh *** why not reinstall linux and redo some partitions while I'm at it." Anyways I went for a minimalist Debian install with a KDE desktop. Worked this time around. I've got it set up perfectly now <3

But I got to say, if you're having any qualms about using command line linux, it is actually one of the most satisfying computing experiences I've had. You actually feel like you're in control of what you do and there is so much documentation and community around it that a google search will fix your problems 99% of the time.

Anyways my 10GB squid cache is flying! Its worth setting up (which isn't hard). I wonder how fast it would be with an SSD drive....hmmm......

I live on the command line so I know exactly what you mean there. Though you lost me with the bit where you said "minimalist Debian install" followed by "KDE desktop" which is easy the most bloated bit of software you can run on Linux laugher.gif (and this is coming from someone who uses KDE as his primary desktop environment)
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