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Re: how to convince that debian is one the three major choices for a stable server environment?

On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 7:22 AM, Tim Clewlow <tim@clewlow.org> wrote:
>> On 22/02/2010 13:01, Γιώργος Πάλλας wrote:
>>> (it is, isn't it? :-) )
>>> So, yes, we are moving on from our 10year experience with gentoo,
>>> and
>>> are searching for our new environment. From my personal experience
>>> I
>>> would say debian stable - any hard evidence to support the claim?
>>> Server
>>> OS statistics? Statistics for stableness? Bugs? Any white papers
>>> showing
>>> debian's superiority?
>>> I am also doing my google research, but I'm asking if someone can
>>> point
>>> me to something like real hard evidence...
>>> Thanks,
>>> G.
>> Depending on what you want to use the servers for, OpenBSD
> I second this - *bsd is very good for servers. Gnu/Linux is adequate
> for small scale enterprises but will not give you the hard core
> grunt that *bsd will. Also OpenBSD has a seriously secure core.


Check out, www.openbsd.org/users.html to get a better idea of what the
above two posts suggest.

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