Subject: Web Server Hardware.
To: None <port-i386@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Nick Loman <email@example.com>
Date: 09/17/1996 12:47:44
Now that everyone's talking shop I've just upgraded a 486/33 with 16mb and
a 16-bit Adaptec running news, ftp, mail and web to a P133 with 32mb and a
32-bit NCR card, and quite honestly there's very little difference on the
Web Server or mail.
However, I can compile a kernel in minutes rather than hours and fsck runs
way quicker. IMO I could run a Web Server on a 386 and never over-stretch
my 64k leased line!
However, when I was running SCO.. *that* was a different story :)