> Andoni wrote:
>>>> I have to set up two new servers to act as web servers hosting Apache &
>> Tomcat for my company.
> Depends on what your tolerance level is for system setup. If it's low, use
> RPM based distro.
Well, I am a huge gentoo fan, but I would _not_ use it as a webserver.
It makes a superb desktop distro though.
Why not? Because every time you need to patch an app / service etc for
security reasons, you have to compile em again.
And if it borks, you in trouble. init?
For this reason, RPM/Deb based distros are better for maintenance. (IMHO)
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