Why would anyone use IIS?
mmmmm at connectnet.com
Sat Jul 21 09:19:56 PDT 2001
I'm the lurker JOhn Oliver speaks of.
When I was young and stupid, I got my MCSE. As soon as I got it, I looked for a job,
I got a job that sent me to Solaris classes and had big Suns (E10k). My roommate was
a Linux geek (John Hughes), and I came over to the *nix side of the force.....
It takes a village ! ....and I was saved.
John Oliver wrote:
> Wade Curry wrote:
> > > > As long as you support simple billboard HTML and the site is small, Apache
> > > > is fine. But... if you want to build a large Enterprise app or run on a
> > > > high-end, multi-processor box (more than 2) you <cannot> be using Apache on
> > > > Linux. You'd have to be looking at something like Broadvision on Sun(price
> > > > that one out!)...
> > So far this just sounds like a brain-washed weenie whose rants are
> > based on ignorance. Is there an identity to this weenie? Is he a
> > normal weenie? Or a notorious weenie we may have heard of?
> > The normal type are a dime-a-dozen, and I've decided to just blow
> > them off. But a *notorious* one could be could for a laugh during
> > one of those less discreet moments.
> All I can say is, it's a long-time poster to the NT/W2K group. That
> group really can be good for a few laughs sometimes... :-) I stay
> subscribed because it's pretty low traffic and is an excellent place to
> get quick answers to NT questions. There's at least tw other members of
> KPLUG who subscribe (one who posts, and one who lurks), just as there's
> at least one SDW2000 member who may have joined this list (Hi, Chris!)
> who occasionally steps up to threads like this (on the Light Side).
> What really gets me is the fact that my question was a very honest one,
> and *not* a UNIX vs. NT question... I *specifically* said to leave
> UNIX/Linux out of it and just consider other Windows-based web servers,
> just to avoid the almost inevitable religious war. But anything that
> shows the shortcomings of any MS product *must* be an attack against MS,
> Windows, and everyone who uses their software... :-)
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