Is NomadBSD already “tuned” for desktop use, rather than server use?
The reason I ask is that I’d like to experiment with tuning, BUT if NomadBSD is already tuned for the desktop, I don’t want to apply sysctl’s and the like and undo or mess up what is already done.
An additional thought along these lines is if NomadBSD is tuned for usb / sdd and removable media.
Ie, I’m currently using UFS rather than ZFS on any installations I do to usb/sdd’s since I’m running with small ram (4gb or less). Is there any downside to running ZFS in the typical NomadBSD environment with meager resources?
I’m pouring through Michael Lucas’ Absolute FreeBSD book by my side, so I’m more than willing to explore, but don’t want to shoot myself in the foot and turn NomadBSD into a server-tuned system if things like the NomadBSD kernel are already tuned for desktop.