[Poll] Which components do you install?

We want to know, which component configuration do you install on your servers?

  • I just use the default settings
  • I don’t install Apache2
  • I don’t install incoming mail (dovecot)
  • I don’t install outgoing mail (exim)
  • I don’t install (or disable) webmail
  • I don’t install DNS (bind)
  • I don’t install Database (MariaDB)
  • I don’t install FTP (Vsftpd)
  • [Optional Component] I install ProFTPd
  • [Optional Component] I install MySQL 8
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Let us know your exact configuration and the reason for your choice in the comments.

I am not a fan of clam av as it uses too much RAM.

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True :slight_smile:

–apache yes
–phpfpm no
–multiphp no
–vsftpd no
–proftpd no
–named yes
–mariadb yes
–mysql8 no
–postgresql no
–exim yes
–dovecot yes
–sieve yes
–clamav yes
–spamassassin yes
–iptables yes
–fail2ban yes
–quota no
–api yes
–interactive yes
–force no

:laughing:–nginx yes, yes, yes!

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default for me with multiphp, quota, and file manager (never had it working "unknown error)

Well :wink:
–apache yes
–phpfpm yes
–multiphp yes
–vsftpd no
–proftpd yes
–named yes
–mariadb yes
–mysql8 no
–postgresql yes
–exim yes
–dovecot yes
–sieve yes
–clamav yes
–spamassassin yes
–iptables yes
–fail2ban yes
–quota yes
–api yes
–interactive yes
–force no

Yes, clam wastes a lot of RAM. Also, computer viruses are dead as floppy disks (that used to spread viruses) are dead.

bash hst-install.sh --apache no --multiphp yes --vsftpd no --named no --dovecot no --clamav no --spamassassin no --interactive no --force

[config request] --nginx no

Not planned…

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yes, clamav takes a lot of ram but i think anti virus must be run at the end user level not server level.