Re: Slug Capabilities
- assimacos schrieb:
> I am especially concerned about memory. Sometimes rtorrent terminates unexpectedly and I suspect memory outage.You can set a maximum memory usage for rtorrent in its config file
I have set it to
max_memory_usage = 20971520
and rtorrent crashes very seldom any more since I added this config setting.
- On Tue, Sep 08, 2009 at 05:51:07PM -0000, assimacos wrote:
> I am especially concerned about memory. Sometimes rtorrentI've had that happen. The kernel kills processes when it runs
>terminates unexpectedly and I suspect memory outage.
out of ram+swap. Fortunately, the solution is easy: add more swap.
- I run Debian (lenny) on mine and have samba and vsftpd running in the background. I schedule rtorrent nightly with screen and terminate it in the morning but it runs rock solid with no drop outs. On top of this I use fuppes as my media streamer for use with my Xbox 360 and keep the daemon going all the time. All in all the slug handles things quite well. I noticed a pick up in rtorrent performance when I "overclocked" it to 266 Mhz and about the only time the slug gets a little bogged down is when I try to shuffle through a video on the 360 while rtorrent is thrashing the disk. I tried mediatomb but it didn't suit my needs. I can't comment on running an IMAP server but can't imagine this would be too heavy. Hope this helps and good luck!
--- In email@example.com, "assimacos" <assimaco@...> wrote:
> This is my first post to the group. I have been lurking for about a year since I bought my slug.
> This little device is running slugOS and is used as an nfs file server and a torrent client (rtorrent). I am also running SSH and screen.
> I am thinking of adding an IMAP server and a media server (probably mediatomb). Is that an acceptable load or am I asking to much?
> I am especially concerned about memory. Sometimes rtorrent terminates unexpectedly and I suspect memory outage.
> Thank you for your replies