Subject: Re: Best Web Server Hardware?
To: D. Jay Newman <>
From: Michael L. VanLoon -- <>
List: port-i386
Date: 09/15/1996 19:14:35
>I have been using NetBSD on a 486 for a couple of years, and truely think
>that it is a wonderful OS.

Yes, it is. :-)

>I now want to create the best web server I can using NetBSD. Does anybody
>have ideas on what components (motherboards, SCSI boards, ethernet boards)
>would make the *best* web server (this machine will be used to serve mostly
>computed pages and for database searches)?

There are lots of ways to define "best".  Do you mean best for a
certain budget?  Or gimme all I can get and I'll write a blank check?

  Michael L. VanLoon                 
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