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Re: [SuSE Linux] CNET News.com - Linux knocked in OS study
- From: michael@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Michael Merritt)
- Date: Tue, 13 Apr 1999 17:23:25 -0500
- Message-id: <3713C3DD.DC7848CD@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Karsten Johansson wrote:
> Ewan Dunbar wrote:
> > On Mon, 12 Apr 1999, Fred A. Miller wrote:
> > >
> > > This is DEAD wrong in a lot of areas...but, you should read it.
> > Where? I haven't found any problems with it. WAY better than that WSJ
> > article.
> Yes, I fail to see where it is dead wrong... especially in a "lot" of
> areas. Please explain.
Well, take the paragraph:
"Missing from Linux are high-availability features that would let one
Linux server step in and take over if another failed; full-fledged
support for computers with multiple
processors; and a "journaling" file system that is necessary to quickly
reboot a crashed machine without having to laboriously reconstruct the
computer's system files, the study said."
Is Beowulf merely a figment of my imagination? As well as many other
clustering solutions. Try doing half of that with NT.
Also, my server does quite well using its dual processors -- I'm not
sure how much more support is needed to be "full-fledged?"
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