On Wed, Mar 17, 2004 at 12:17:00PM +0100, Jonas Smedegaard wrote:
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> Ragnar Wisloff wrote:
> |> talking about "half-fat clients" - that is, thin clients but with some
> |> programs (or floppy/sound daemon) running locally.
> | Believe what you want, my experience is with real life school
> | installations using proper thin clients and that become stable using NFS
> | swap :-) No local daemons were in use.
> Sorry - it was not my intention to question the truth of your info.
> Let me put it differently: Do you recall the setup of those thin clients
> stabilizing with NFS-swap enabled? Did they have 32MB ram or even less
> than that? Did they use 10Mbit or 100Mbit NICs? PCI bus? Do you recall
> the brand and name of the the machines?
I think there was a difference when we enable XFS on the thin clients.