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FreeBSD: The best server OS

Oct 15, 2007, 17:30 (7 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Robert Green)

"When talking about operating systems, there are a lot of points to debate about. The big deal used to be which one was more stable and which one supported the crazy file system configurations none of us normal people will ever use. Well, they are all fairly stable now (yes, even Windows) and honestly who is going to set up 10 machines with a distributed ReiserFS? People today seem to be obsessed with micro kernel details such as the process scheduler, something you may never understand and probably will never see a significant performance change from switching on. This leaves me with the real issues, such as:"

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