I concatenated every BlockList I could find

raspbian
blacklisting
#101

There is a dedicated topic on this: https://discourse.pi-hole.net/t/how-do-i-block-ads-on-youtube/253/204

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#102

I know, i spend many hours in that topic, but i am still a kind of a noob :smile:

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#103

Just some stats from a blocklist
https://ncloud.zaclys.com/index.php/s/MPYSjLkb8cE8gPN/download

https://ncloud.zaclys.com/index.php/s/2Tiwb43tGKQ3BSQ/download

Very expermential youtube list
https://ncloud.zaclys.com/index.php/s/TJkqZjCt99Xxjab/download

https://twitter.com/smokingwheels

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#105

Hey :slight_smile: I Like your Blocklists, but can’t whitelist

uptobox.com
streamcloud.eu
soundcloud.com

and many more don’t work, connection refused.

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#106

Nice work!
Just add the list to my installation but it’s completely crippling my installation;
Active Temp: 36.9 °C
Load: 1.16 1.02 0.94
Memory usage: 68.4 %

Memory was <40% and load on average <0.3

Is this normal for an RaspberryPi 2B model?

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#107

Is this CPU use after gravity updated after you added the blocklists, or while gravity was updating?

What is the output of this command after you have the new blocklists in gravity?

echo ">stats" | nc localhost 4711

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#108

This was while updating gravity but also after some time.
This morning the only host “active” is my VPN connection from work to home with default gateway over PiHole and see the result;

just check “htop” and looks like FTL is eating a lot of mem & cpu time;

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#109

popup window with audio "you computer is blocked
firefox_211137_as

Current blocklist 11:56 pm 26/11/18
Took longer than usual had to go and get my pihole.

a1089.dscd.akamai.neta2ss1.a2hosting.coma771.dscq.akamai.netacminvestmentgroup.techmediasolutions.comapple-finance.query.yahoo.comauthentication.logmeininc.combuilds.cdn.getgo.comcheckappexec.microsoft.comcheckout.stripe.comcobalten.comcohortaws-avmh-elb-03-2045070367.ap-southeast-2.elb.amazonaws.comcs9.wac.phicdn.netd3jdtixm7cvu7y.cloudfront.netdhwll352ue16m.cloudfront.netdjqa3u7clvbhe.cloudfront.netduomagazine.com.aue13678.dspb.akamaiedge.nete673.dsce9.akamaiedge.neteaxrxvbxdwjencrypted-tbn0.gstatic.comencrypted-tbn1.gstatic.comencrypted-tbn3.gstatic.cometlalumiere.comfp-vs.azureedge.netfp.msedge.netgo.pub2srv.comgoogleads.g.doubleclick.nethipointecare.comhispanicengineer.comi2.wp.comikimhxrhiincoming.telemetry.mozilla.orginternethealthreport.orgirujulhrms.rnrdatalex.comiteactive-mel01.msedge.netjs.stripe.comlaunch.getgo.comlaw.scu.edulb-hyuna-signup-us-east-1-p1.infra.systemslivetileedge.dsx.mp.microsoft.comlocation.services.mozilla.comlygdph9h-d9b9bb68427c9484cd3393d8b5daeeb25747782b-sac.d.aa.online-metrix.netm.stripe.commozilla.wpengine.commy.vultr.com.cdn.cloudflare.netmyessentials.competitioncentral.com.aunull-byte.wonderhowto.como-ring.msedge.netocsp.pki.googocsp.sca1b.amazontrust.comolympia.prod.mozaws.netp58-ckdatabase.fe.apple-dns.netpagead2.googlesyndication.comparaquadtas.org.aupgl.yoyo.orgprod-tp.sumo.moz.worksprogressiveatheists.orgpublicsuffix.orgr1—sn-a5msen7s.googlevideo.comr1—sn-aigzrn76.googlevideo.comr1—sn-ntqe6n76.googlevideo.comr3—sn-ntq7yned.googlevideo.comr4—sn-ntqe7n7z.googlevideo.coms10.histats.coms4.histats.comsafebrowsing.googleapis.comsc-f6eade8.jssmokingwheels.comstevehanov.castrasbourgfloorball.comstratmindsevents.comstripecdn.map.fastly.nettiles.r53-2.services.mozilla.comtime-ios.g.aaplimg.comtnreca.comuxpa2017.orgweatherstonecm.comweblibrary.cdn.getgo.comwinsupports72.clubwww.aasb.gov.auwww.anglicare.asn.auwww.austrac.gov.auwww.cinematech.todaywww.fastsupport.comwww.get-express-vpn.comwww.googletagservices.comwww.instahu.comwww.lifewire.comwww.mintpayments.comwww.my-ftm.comwww.newphilosopher.comwww.nridigital.comwww.prolegis.com.auwww.saltburnlearningcampus.co.ukwww.sbnonline.comwww.startupdaily.netwww.stb.academywww.thesummitla.comwww.town-mobile.netwww.westendmagazine.comxen-media.comxpguihticzvxoyt3.ggpht.com

Regex & Wildcard blocking

  • (^|.)2mdn.net$

(^|.)expertcity.com$(^|.)gvt1.com$

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#111

is this still maintained?

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#113

I was just wondering the same thing. I’d rather not choke up my hole with large unmaintained lists.

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#114

Thanks, you helped me to decide not to add this/these list/s.

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split this topic #115

A post was split to a new topic: Web display missing temperature

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#116

Not at the moment I have cash flow problems.
I’m in the process of setting up a automatic updated lists but I can’t afford the power to run it

https://www.synergy.net.au/Your-home/Energy-plans/Home-Plan-A1
From site.
.
|Supply charge |101.5493 cents per day|

|—|---|
|Supply charge: additional homes^ |40.3762 cents per day|
|Electricity charge |28.3272 cents per unit|
If some sort of donation thing is setup, then I can continue and improve my service.

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#117

Yes they are rather large.
Not sure on a Raspberry Pi 2B as I don’t own one to test.
I run it on a Raspberry Pi 3 B and it takes the memory out to ~88% displayed in red.
Sometimes it takes 5 mins to whitelist a site.
Perhaps you could raise a post with an issue on this forum.

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#118

I tried on an Odroid and the lack of verbosity for a long time concerned me, so I just went elsewhere. Don’t think I’ll be trying again, so I won’t be raising an issue on the forum, apologies.

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#119

All cool Mate!
Should run on any old Pentium 4 Deb 9 XFCE. (NonFree Firmware on USB stick).

Try this one list
https://ncloud.zaclys.com/index.php/s/gwb95DL8sbTcJmx/download
The Pi-hole seems to be ok the correct functions are seen.
#Spottily

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#120

The memory problem seems to under control. Thank you all.
Screenshot_2019-03-11%20Pi-hole%20Admin%20Console

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#121

then you can try to block 10 million domains :grinning:

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#123

Yes Ok. I have been working on it for over 6 months now I cant really afford the Electricity Cost in Australia ATM.
Nearly 30 cents per kw/h.
Running on about 40% duty cycle.
Running Bar fridge $25 with 2 sides with 40 mm covered in isolite.

Hey check my maths please! 40 Watt Edison costs 12 cents for 3 hours?

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#124

40 watts for 3 hours is 120 watt hours, or 0.120 KWh. At 30 cents per KWh, this is 0.120 * 30 = 3.6 cents.

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