I have to agree with Steve. I've been on Pentium X86 for
two years and I'm as happy as a pig in mud. My main reason
to be honest is selfish, IMHO Solaris contracts pay bigger
bucks and are more redily available. :-)
I'm so happy with Solaris x86 I'm putting together system #2. :-)
If anyone has delt with Ultra/Wide IBM SCSI disks under
Solaris x86 2.5.1 please read my posting on comp.sys.sun.admin.
I need some help with SCSI ids over 7.
Steve Cole wrote:
>> On Wed, 23 Apr 1997, Jennifer Steinbachs wrote:
>> > Solaris 2.5 x86 may be stable, but Linux (esp. RedHat) is much
> > more stable, has much more documentation, and is FREE :)
>> Horsepucks! Show me the UNIX manuals for Linux, and I don't mean the
> online ones! Show me more than a half dozen 4+ processor Linux boxes that
> have been up more than 90 days under fairly extreme mission-critial use.
> There's thousands of Sun boxes with those stats - hell, the Pentium Pro
> has hardly been out long enough to try to prove your point, and neither
> has Linux 2.x.
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