On Tue, Nov 28, 2000 at 10:56:44 +0100, Andreas Tille <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: [...] > The salesman offered an additional hardware RAID (for nearly 3/4 of the > price of the whole box but half the capacity of the internal disks) because > he doesn't know whether software RAID ist possible but I think this is > really not necessary. if i had the choice, i'd go for the HW RAID. SW RAID is certainly possible, and it's cheap. but when you look at the administrative overhead, it's just not worth it. i guess that they offered you a T3. this is a decent piece of HW, and it's supported by linux. and you can always run LVM on top of the HW RAID for partitioning. so i'd go with a E220R and an external T3. [.. solaris ..] > Short answer: There is no apt-get. that's true. apt-get for solaris would be _great_. anyone up to create Debian GNU/Solaris? some binary only packages for the base and assorted tools, the rest freeware tools. and all bound together by apt-get. ISAGN. -- Thomas 'Mike' Michlmayr | ignorami: n: The BOFH art of folding problem <email@example.com> | lusers into representational shapes.
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