Z E R O S H E L L 3.8.2

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  • #44912

    pLastUn
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    what features, bug fixes?

    #54655

    reaperz
    Member

    I don’t know what was changed.

    But upgraded 6 routers that I manage 2 days ago and works fine so far.

    To get 64-bit kernel with 3.8.2 you have to:

    Upgrade 3.8.1 –> 3.8.2
    restart

    uninstall 64-bit kernel
    install 64-bit kernel (now in right slot!)

    change kernel choice in boot menu slot, save.
    restart

    #54656

    alpha_wall
    Member

    reperez thanks for your post. I was wondering where the 64-bit kernel did go. This saved my a lot of time.

    #54657

    DrmCa
    Participant

    What’s the advantage of the 64 bit kernel, when the entire ZS takes no more than 256MB of RAM at runtime?

    #54658

    pLastUn
    Participant

    In the basic configuration, yes!
    If you want to use Transparent Proxy with Web Antivirus and/or NTOP and/or SQUID, etc. , then you need much more RAM! And the more, the better!

    #54659

    DrmCa
    Participant

    So you contend that squid et al take more than 4GB per process each? I would question that assertion.

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