Linux vs FreeBSD clusters
jschauma at netmeister.org
Sat Nov 8 12:17:08 EST 2003
Mark Hahn <hahn at physics.mcmaster.ca> wrote:
> > I believe that NetBSD, even though is a very, very clean and clear OS
> > with high-quality code, is much neglected. It deserves more attention
> > and is perfectly suitable for the task at end.
> there's lots of good stuff out there; I notice you didn't state that
> *BSD is actually cleaner/clearer/higher-quality than Linux though.
I'm not familiar enough with the Linux code to warrant such a statement.
I do know people who are and who would argue that such a statement has a
But this should probably be discussed off-list, if at all.
> > > is there a tangible, measurable benefit?
> > Well, the same as mentioned in the FreeBSD paper, for example. If all
> what paper is that?
The one posted here.
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> and precisely what I'm looking for is any reason to go BSD for the
> majority who already have Linux.
That's probably pretty much the same question posed before Linux was the
new bandwagon to jump.
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