Last night I was on the tech team for a lan party at my university. They don't let us have an internet connection so its a closed network.
I ran dhcp3d and had some good results. The network was 100Mbit and about 80 computers (averaged during the 12 hours we were there).
I wanted to run bind9 and it would not serve the zone files I had configured.
I had the dhcp server on 192.168.53.1 and wanted it to be called www.com
on 192.168.53.3 was ftp.com
on 192.168.53.4 was files1.com
on 192.168.53.5 was files2.com
It seems simple but I just couldn't get it. Could somebody give me some sample zone files so I can compare them to what I had?
The servers served over 100 gigs of data (mostly ISO's for people to use). At one point disk throughput was the limiting factor from the ftp server.
On the dhcp/dns server I think something wasn't running right.
With just dhcp, cron(for webalizer logs), dns, and ssh running it was using 118 megs of ram. I also only had the required modules running. removed all of the sound modules & extra filesystem modules and it was still using quite a bit of resources. Is this normal usage?
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