Tim Clewlow wrote:
On 22/02/2010 13:01, Î“Î¹ÏŽÏÎ³Î¿Ï‚ Î Î¬Î»Î»Î±Ï‚ 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, OpenBSDI 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
Well, we 're not Google or Facebook, and we would like to stick with linux...
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