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On 12/31/10 12:34 AM, John Nemeth wrote:
} experiences on both sparc64 and pa-risc for example, and I would
In my experience sparc64 works just fine. I have no experience
with the pa-risc port. I have both production and developement sparc64
running. The production one has never had problems. The developement
version occassionally has problems, but that's to be expected.
} consider neither to be on par with amd64 or i386 in terms or reliability
} (even though I've been pleasantly surprised with NetBSD 5 on a netra).
From my experience, sparc64 is on par with amd64 and i386.
Same here, NetBSD/sparc64 is every bit as stable as i386. I run it
almost exclusively on Netra T1 and X1 machines...about a dozen of them
at customer sites. They are rock solid.
That's UltraSPARC-II of course. UltraSPARC-III has been functional
for a very long time, whether it's on the website or not. It's just got
a few stability problems. The architectural differences are pretty
significant, so this really isn't surprising. It'll all get ironed out.
It has come a very long way.
Port Charlotte, FL
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