> > > Well, yeah. But given the Linux propensity for introducing major > > > features in "minor" releases (and thereby introducing all the > > > attendant bugs), I'd think twice about using _any_ Linux feature > > > until it's been through a major version (e.g. things introduced in > > > 2.4.x won't really be stable until 2.6.x) -- and even there one is > > > taking a risk. > > > > Dudes, seriously - switch to FreeBSD :P > > Yeah, it's nice to have a BUG FREE OS huh? ;^) > > And yes, I've used FreeBSD, it's quite good, but I kept getting the > feeling it wasn't quite done. Especially the installation > documentation.
While the handbook isn't the same as reading the actual source or the only FreeBSD documentation, it certainly is quite good (to the point that publishers see small market to publish FreeBSD books because the documentation provided by the project is so good), IMHO. http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/ If anyone on this list has any issues with the documentation, please take them up with me _privately_ and I will do my best to either address or correct the problem. Now, back to our regularly scheduled and on topic programming... -sc -- Sean Chittenden "(PostgreSQL|FreeBSD).org - The Power To Serve" ---------------------------(end of broadcast)--------------------------- TIP 9: the planner will ignore your desire to choose an index scan if your joining column's datatypes do not match