Re: [OT] Server for Debian + MySQL
On 12/10/08 10:20, kj wrote:
Ron Johnson wrote:
If the box is a dedicated DB server, then there aren't (shouldn't be)
any other applications running other than the essentials.
As a "large systems" developer, this (pervasive) attitude really
Maybe I should have said "presumably, there won't be much else running
on the server." But still, if a box is doing more than one thing, then
I don't see it as dedicated to one thing anymore.
"Large systems" (meaning mainframes and "traditional" minicomputers
running legacy OSs) are never dedicated. They run application
software as well as RDBMSs.
Translating that into "modern times", a Linux box *should* be able
to competently run MySQL and Apache at the same time.
Ron Johnson, Jr.
Jefferson LA USA
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