Heh, FreeBSD is #1 to me because it is the most painless operating
system I've ever used...

Ignoring the 5.x installer. Never used pre-5.x

-Jim

On 6/12/06, Danial Thom <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Freebsd 4.x no doubt :)

--- Beech Rintoul <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
wrote:

> I found this on Netcraft and thought I'd share
> it:
>
> Six Hosting Companies Most Reliable Hoster in
> May.
>
> Six hosting companies share the top spot this
> month, with INetU, Hostway,
> IPower, New York Internet, Pair Networks
> andTiscali all sharing the top spot
> as the most reliable hosting company site this
> month.
>
> The six-way tie is a first for the reliability
> survey, as three and even four
> providers have shared the top position in the
> past. The showing reflects a
> strong month for hosting reliability, as the
> winners each had just 0.01
> percent of their DNS responses fail, just a
> hair short of a perfect showing.
> All six companies have finished atop the survey
> at least once previously.
>
> It was a particularly good month for providers
> hosting their home page on
> FreeBSD, four of whom (INetU, iPowerWeb, NY
> Internet and Pair Networks)
> shared the top spot with two hosts on Linux
> (Hostway and Tiscali). Overall,
> five Linux sites are found in the top 10 this
> month, four on FreeBSD and one
> on Windows.
>
>
http://news.netcraft.com/archives/2006/06/06/six_hosting_companies_most_reliable_hoster_in_may.html
>
> Way to go FreeBSD!!
>
> Beech
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