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Date:      Tue, 27 Jun 2006 00:33:39 +0200
From:      "M.Hirsch" <M.Hirsch@hirsch.it>
To:        Wilko Bulte <wb@freebie.xs4all.nl>
Cc:        freebsd-stable@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: FreeBSD 6.x CVSUP today crashes with zero load ...
Message-ID:  <44A060C3.8090008@hirsch.it>
In-Reply-To: <20060626221804.GA94278@freebie.xs4all.nl>
References:  <000001c6996c$3eab9df0$ad0d510a@toshi> <44A05B77.1030200@gmx.de> <20060626221804.GA94278@freebie.xs4all.nl>

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Wilko Bulte schrieb:

>You really have never seen a machine used for serious business apparantly.
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Depends on what you define "serious business"...
Yes, I am rather new to FreeBSD (2y+)
I am just trying to setup a /stable/ cluster of six machines right now. 
For over a week straight.
4.11 works perfectly. But support is going to be dropped very soon, so 
that's a bad option for me right now.

Over all, the system is /only/ supposed to handle a few hundred hits per 
second. (but including dynamic stuff like php...)

Dunno if that (or what else) is "serious business" for you.
Which version would you suggest for "serious business"?

Anyways, my point stands: I rather have any of my nodes panic than 
carrying the risk of creating invalid data...
One in a billion can be high probability, soon... (just planning for the 
future...)

>panics like that should be eradicated, adding more nonsensical panics
>is not what we need.
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uh, I would not call hardware failure "nonsensical panics". I guess I 
must have misunderstood you...

M.



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