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Kevin Spicer kevins at BMRB.CO.UK
Mon Jan 26 21:55:21 GMT 2004

On Mon, 2004-01-26 at 21:32, Peter Bonivart wrote:
> How are you gonna respond to that?
> Sorry for the off-topic post but I just love my Suns. :-)
You obviously don't have an A1000 disk array - they have a battery which
has to be replaced every two years and the engineer insists on powering
down the machine to do it (and then resetting the counter to turn out
the bad battery light!).

I have mixed feelings about Solaris, partly because we are still mostly
running 2.6 for historic reasons, and partly because of old hardware
which isn't as snappy as the more recent intel boxes I do most work on.
I have to say though that Sun engineers are probably the best hardware
engineers of any supplier we use.  [Unlike a certain well known supplier
of Intel boxes who regularly sends us engineers who have never seen the
hardware we have before, and have to ask us how to open the case!]

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