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From PavanSingaraju <>
Subject Re: Need help in the compatibility for Windows Vista.
Date Tue, 18 Sep 2007 22:28:20 GMT
       Thank you for the information. I did proposed for moving it to linux,
and am waiting for management's response. The new machine had Vista, and to
host it on that machine, i wanted to check if there are some issues with it.
This mail did answered my question. Thanks once again.
Pavan S. Kumar

On 9/18/07, Christopher Schultz <> wrote:
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> Pavan,
> PavanSingaraju wrote:
> > I have an web application in Tomcat 5.0.18. I am running it on Windows
> XP
> > operating system. I am planning to upgrade the OS to Windows Vista.
> Just out of curiosity, why are you upgrading from XP to Vista? Is this a
> production application? I'm not sure I'd trust Windows Vista as a
> production operating system just yet. (Then again, I would never trust
> any version of Microsoft Windows as a production operating system, but
> that's just me).
> > Are
> > there any known compatibility issues for migrating the Tomcat to Vista??
> Generally, Tomcat doesn't care what the underlying OS is. If you can
> find a JVM that is stable on Windows Vista then you should be okay to go.
> You will, of course, require tons of testing before you can trust any
> new production environment. If you're committed to "upgrading" to Vista,
> why not set up a test server and start testing?
> [Just to continue to play the devil's advocate: if you're going to
> switch server operating systems, why not consider some type of UNIX? You
> can generally get them for a lot less than Microsoft Windows licenses,
> and, IMO, they're a lot more stable, remotely accessible, etc.]
> - -chris
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