On Mon, 19 Apr 2004, Nils wrote:
> Wasn't really the answer i was looking for.
> How can i put it,If given the choice would it be wise to put a dns
> server on windows with all the alternatives.
Heh. Let me rephrase your question:
""would it be wise to put a dns server on Linux (as against Windows)?"
Try and prove the answer is "no", and if you can't, run your DNS on Linux.
If you're looking for anecdotal evidence, concrete evidence of past
failings, or a torch shone on structural problems in the Windows
architecture, I'd simply point to the opacity of the Microsoft platform
multiplied by the fact that updates are controlled by the needs of
Microsoft public relations, not the engineering requirements of their
If you don't need the hassle, it's hassle you, um, don't need.
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