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Old 14th July 2008, 20:45   #1
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foureightysix is powered by a Intel 486 DX/2 Overdrive capable of 66Mhz but running at 40Mhz due to motherboard limitations (it also does not have any L2 cache), and 16MB of 60ns 72 pin SIMM memory. The harddrive is 631MB (original 428MB harddrive died), and gives 1.5MB/s of read speeds with 10MB/s to the IDE controller. The site displays the top 20 hits by referrers, and has a bottom 30 FIFO for hits by referer to enter the top 20 (better explained below). The script used by the 486 is written using the WebLua FastCGI API for Lua that I hacked together. The server uses Lighttpd as its HTTP daemon, and is only connected to the IPv6 internet. To connect with the rest of the world, my go-beyond.org server proxies IPv4 requests over IPv6 to the 486. This post may be a little bit confusing for those who are not technically inclined, but in layman's terms, I put together a computer equivalent one from 1992~ which hosts a dynamic website that is (theoretically) capable of withstanding Slashdot, Digg, Reddit, etc.

http://foureightysix.go-beyond.org/
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Info on the build here: http://diyist.blogspot.com/2008/06/s...able-i486.html
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