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Re: How to safely hold kernel packages ?




Sounds like a nice computer, but without the model number, cores, bus speed it's hard to tell just how fast it can work or move a Tb or two of data.

You're right.

Supermicro X9SR
Intel Xeon E5 1620v2
4 cores / 8 threads
3.7 GHz / 3,9 GHz
10 Mo cache
64Go DDR3 ECC 1600 MHz

Debian 8 stable.

I've no internal router in a dedicated VM. I only use pure Linux network tools (network layer + netfilter/iptables) with geoiptables, fail2ban and other classic tools.

Between hypervisor and a VM : 8500 Mbps
Between two VM using a virtual intranet : 4500 Mbps.
Internet connectivity : 1000 Mbps (with very good peering).

8 cores should be better. But no money for :)
It's a second hand server. But worth the price...

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Stéphane Rivière
Ile d'Oléron - France