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From "Eric Esselink" <eesse...@sirius.com>
Subject Re: localization of apache.org content/apache server
Date Tue, 12 Aug 1997 03:54:25 GMT
Yeah, i regret i didn't bought ms stock a year ago !
The only thing Free from MS is the Microsoft Trojan Horse 
(their latest product, which includes a wallet cloaking device)

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> From: Francois Beauregard <FBorg@fbli.com>
> To: new-httpd@apache.org
> Subject: Re: localization of apache.org content/apache server
> Date: Monday, August 11, 1997 6:54 AM
> 
> At 23:54 97-08-07 -0700, you wrote:
> >> From: Sam Robb <srobb@wisewire.com>
> >> Subject: RE: localization of apache.org content/apache server
> >> >>    Both Netscape and Oracle use this method on NT.
> >> > Well... As a matter of fact i build the Oracle WebServer for NT.
> >> 
> >>   Sorry, I should have clarified that statement - Oracle Server and
> >> Client for NT use that method.  Seems to work very well.
> >> 
> >Actually no, both are hit in the face by MS's IIS. May be that's the
> >reason IIS has 90% market share on NT (that and it's free).
> 
> It's what MS say... for the facts, check this link
> 
> <http://www.ora.com/oracom/win/index.html>
> 
> The fact is, both Workstation and server are identical software... the
> supplement you pay is actually for IIS so NO, IT'S NOT FREE...  It's all
> just a marketing gimmick to get more money out of their customer's
pocket....
> 
> >> >- Limited number of threads per processor (a max. number)
> >> > After that they switch to use fibers.
> >> 
> >>   Interesting - I wasn't aware of this.  Can you point me at some
> >> documentation or an explanation of how they manage it?
> >I wish i could remember where i found that.
> 
> I could dig out the information on the fibers if you are interested...
> 
> 
> Sincerely
> 
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