Recently, my signup at tilde.guru has been accepted. I logged into the tilde server for the first time. It's the same command line but on a different OS than my daily OS. It is FreeBSD.
I quickly check the server specs.
Here is a snippet of the system specification.
hw.model: Intel Core Processor (Skylake, IBRS)
Dual core vm, with 2GB of memory. Pretty modest, right? Now let's check if there is a disk quota for me.
Disk quotas for user mydeardiary (uid 1085): none
No disk quota is enforced. Now, let's check how much disk space is available here.
Filesystem Size Used Avail Capacity Mounted on
/dev/ufs/rootfs 77G 33G 38G 47% /
Ok, 38G is available out of 77G.
Since there is no disk quota and only limited number of free disk space, I think that each user on this tilde space is required to have a common sense regarding fair use of this limited resource.
My use case here is serving a static webspace and a gemini space. Maybe a little knowledge digging about the underlying os?
Anyway, I am very thankful to sarmonsiill who let me be a resident of this humble tilde space.
If you have any questions or suggestions, drop an email to mydeardiary (at) tilde.guru. Thanks!
Update: here is neofetch output of this tilde space
Update: here is the speed of this tilde space
Update: here is my python experiment to create markdown to html document converter
Update: here is my todo list
Update: support me on Ko-Fi