cargo install lemmy_server in the official Docker Image of Rust:
load average: 6,15, 6,23, 5,84
Finished release [optimized] target(s) in 35m 03s
real 35m6.253s user 179m50.287s sys 4m23.684s
is it ok to test it inside a docker image? as i use this machine for my gitlab instance as a runner from time to time, and like to keep the host system clean. In fact only docker and the gitlab-runner is currently installed.
One thing I’ve forgotten, The Disk Space is not the biggest (therefore I always cleanup my used docker instances in my gitlab-ci build process):
root@virusrockpro2:~# df -h Dateisystem Größe Benutzt Verf. Verw% Eingehängt auf udev 1,9G 0 1,9G 0% /dev tmpfs 387M 40M 347M 11% /run /dev/mmcblk1p1 116G 32G 84G 28% / tmpfs 1,9G 0 1,9G 0% /dev/shm tmpfs 5,0M 4,0K 5,0M 1% /run/lock tmpfs 1,9G 0 1,9G 0% /tmp /dev/zram1 146M 36M 100M 27% /var/log tmpfs 387M 28K 387M 1% /run/user/1000
will that be enough?
I could provide an arm64 builder running on a rockpro64 but it could be that the specs aren’t good enough
Gitlab self hosted is worth a try. you can fine tune every service it uses. And disable unwanted features, and the community edition supports oauth login provider, which circumvents the need for a separate user account creation. I for example run my instance on a single raspberry pi 4 and it runs pretty well.
Another great simple alternative I really like is fossil (from the creator of sqlite)
revealjs also supports markdown, beside HTML and IIRC asciidoc. I really love the web approach🙂
Mate Desktop I like it’s clean UI without fancy effects, and the resulting low memory footprint and responsiveness, while on the same time a little bit easier to configure than e.g. lxde
And kiss launcher on my mobile device. I like the simple and clean access to apps and all other stuff e.g. contacts via a single search bar
@ronny, there is nothing wrong in particular with the linux Kernel Performance. I’ve only read here and there that he has become a little “messy” over the time e.g. mixed assembler/C/C++ Code (and in more recent versions RUST) inside. And the aspect that a new Kernel is completely written in one language which aims to be really good at Memory Management seems a good Idea to test. I would love to see a more Technical Comparison between the linux Kernel and the RedoxOS Kernel regarding IO latency Memory Management and so on :)
yea for serious projects which should stay free GPLv3 is a really good choice. On my fun projects I chose wtfpl 🙃
There is also collabora for nextcloud which runs pretty well🙂
Gitlab Community edition self hosted. E.g with my arm64 Docket Image. The source code can be found on my instance, gitlab and github 🙂
Using anonymous search engines e.g instances from https://searx.space/ helps escaping the bubble 🙂
First thing that came to my mind: https://youtu.be/7RoMaS1pzOE?t=1m30s Though I confused London and Scotland😁