Tom Lane wrote:
"Joshua D. Drake" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
Tom Lane wrote:
Really there's a pretty good argument for having several different OS'es
available on the box --- I wonder whether Gavin is up to managing some
sort of VM or multiboot setup.

IMO, a multiboot is o.k. but a vm isn't worth it.

Yeah, multiboot would be better --- otherwise you have to wonder if the
vm is affecting performance at all.  But I suppose multiboot would be
harder to manage.

Personally, I think CentOS 5 is probably the most reasonable choice. It is what (or RHEL 5 which is the same) a good portion of our community is going to be running. It is also easy to work with.

Another alternative would be Debian or Ubuntu Dapper but they are all really the same thing :). The nice thing is any of these three are fairly static installs that are going to be reasonably predictable.

Joshua D. Drake

                        regards, tom lane

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