> Obviouly you want to start with a machine with a much memory as you can afford,
> as fast a disk subsystem you can afford, and as powerful a CPU you can afford.
> Then rip a boot only CD, and do a minimal install with the ports collection.
> FreeBSD 6.1 is pretty optimized already, and it will adapt. Have you followed
> the directions for building a custom kernel?
> Don't include hardware you don't have is obvious to strip from the GENERIC
> kernel configuration file, and make build for SMP if you have real dual cores or
> processors if you have them (a single CPU with hyperthreading most likely will
> not run as fast under an SMP kernel).
> As far as any other tweeking, follow the directions here and don't do anything
Thanks a lot
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