william+dns at hq.newdream.net
Thu Oct 4 17:40:09 UTC 2001
pelln at icke-reklam.ipsec.nu.invalid wrote:
> Yes, i use FFS as filesystem. I also use another kernel mostly OpenBSD
> or sometimes FreeBSD to my nameservers.
> BSD seldom screws up filesystems, using "soft-updates" will make shure
> disks are in logical order even after abrupt stops. Full fsck (if
> needed ) would run several 100 megabytes/minute, and no fsck at all
> after clean shutdown.
> Only the Best is good enough.( and by pure accident :-) , they both
> happens to be able to use the same hardware as linuz , only more
no argument from me there. however my work prefers to use linux so for
the moment i'm stuck. my workstations are *bsd so i'm pretty familiar
with it; i've tried to switch mail / dns machines to fbsd but so far no
dice since most of the other admins at my company have little bsd
i imagine using fbsd would cause less problems with threading and
perform better as well.
anyway this is getting pretty off topic :>
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