Subject: Re: NetBSD reliability and capabilities
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Jan Schaumann <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/03/2005 08:32:48
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Alec Berryman <email@example.com> wrote:
> Thor Lancelot Simon on 2005-02-02 21:33:52 -0500:
> > On Wed, Feb 02, 2005 at 02:08:21PM -0500, Chris Clymer wrote:
> > > You haven't stated what your device is actually doing, so perhaps the=
> > > other advantages to using NBSD. However, it sounds like a chief part=
> > > is an embedded webserver.
> > >=20
> > > It seems somewhat foolish to me to have a device you wish 100% uptime=
on run a=20
> > > webserver you expect heavy load on in an emulation mode, when you've =
> > > got things ready to go with it in the native OS.
> > Where, exactly, did you get the idea that the webserver would be running
> > under emulation?
> quote from original message:
> 3. Has anyone run a production http server on Java & Java HTTP Server lik=
> Tomcat reliable, fast(means comparable fast to other unix-like OS) throug=
> linux emulation layer (I mean a server that really is under pressure of=
> The Tomcat he's running (and perhaps the Apache with mod_jk) will be
> "native", but Tomcat needs >=3Djava1.4, which will be run through the
> emulation layer.
Why not use the native JDK?
If you are undertaking anything substantial, C is the only reasonable choice
of programming language.
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