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Not bad for a Pi on the end of a bit of string

So, the site seems to be relatively happy in it’s new home, i.e. a Raspberry Pi on the end of a broad-band connection. Thus far it’s staying up, response times seem pretty reasonable, and it’s way happier with 8Gb of RAM than it was on a 1...

So, the site seems to be relatively happy in it’s new home, i.e. a Raspberry Pi on the end of a broad-band connection. Thus far it’s staying up, response times seem pretty reasonable, and it’s way happier with 8Gb of RAM than it was on a 1Gb virtual server in the cloud.

Software spec for anyone interested or looking to self-host; Debian “Bookworm” on a 8Gb Raspberry Pi Model B, with a 256Gb USB3 SSD. Discourse is running in a container provided by INCUS (which is the new fully-open version of LXD, which was Ubuntu’s containerisation software) and it all sits on OpenZFS storage. (and remote monitoring by “BetterStack”) :slight_smile:

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