Great work. Needless to say but needed …
Read your GitHub and with the exciting news about 4.0 FTLDNS:
My target HW is S905X/W quadcore aarch64 v8 based Android Box (1GB RAM, 8 GB flash) running LibreElec-Kodi that fortunately can now add your Pi-hole Docker via its linuxserver.io addons from the Kodi AddOns menu !
Your Docker is Debian based 164 MB. Is there an Alpine aarch64 base (5MB) available? I am assuming it then will be really lightweight
Alpine 3.8 supports arm64v8. And Pi-hole itself is 9MB I believe?
Is there a way to add QoS priority and anti buffer bloat type packages common with OpenWrt to the Pi-hole Docker, or just to Docker Alpine base (5MB) via Dockerfile ADD command?
As you know Alpine too is OpenWrt like, just less known, and has own package manager: apk install package.
- Is RAM requirement 500MB running? On a blog they claim 50 MB:
- Will Pihole make use of multicore for S905?
LibreElec does support multicore for this SoC.
With above LibreElec as hostOS and Docker (s) , we will have a lightweight, highly efficient media player plus small router box that can form its own small home subnet.