[SunRescue] Memory questions
pkhoury3 at earthlink.net
Fri Mar 17 14:33:55 CST 2000
On Fri, 17 Mar 2000 11:24:52 -0800 (PST), James Lockwood wrote:
>On Fri, 17 Mar 2000, Paul Khoury wrote:
>> Already done that, wasn't sure if anyone else was doing random killings also.
>> But I was also wondering if any default processes eat up RAM, or maybe modify
>> some .conf files?
>> And how do I disable the worthless power daemon, powerd?
>mv /etc/rc2.d/S85power /etc/rc2.d/DISABLED.S85power is usually my
That worked. =)
>Other things that can almost certainly be blasted for a minimal
>init.dmi and init.snmpdx (if you don't want builtin SNMP)
Don't use it yet, don't see where I would in the future. Maybe if it was a printserver or something,
>lp (if you don't print from this box)
>sendmail (if you don't run it, obviously)
Might run that if I learn to configure it, for email for the users on the machine
>nfs.client, nfs.server and possibly rpc if you do no NFS
Ouch, that's some stuff I use.
I suppose I could get by with the automounter, since I don't have nor plan on
getting cdroms for this box (that's what NFS is for, right? I plan on having 4 cdroms
shared on the other SS2).
>Disable dtlogin from even starting up by doing /usr/dt/bin/dtconfig -d.
Done that - dt wastes way too much memory.
>If you will do all access remotely through ssh/scp, you may want to
>consider nuking inetd completely.
What about POP3 daemons?
>Not all of these will speed things up much once the system is running, but
>they will speed up booting by quite a bit. They will also almost
>certainly enhance security.
How do I disable the above?
Same way, in /etc/rc2.d?
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