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SubjectRe: concurrent VM subsystems
Obviously I was not meaning that desktops have not to be stable, but they
are not subjects to long uptimes, at less usually, so page aging is,
how can I say in correct english?, dealing with different conditions...


On Fri, 26 Oct 2001, CaT wrote:

> On Thu, Oct 25, 2001 at 03:06:51PM +0200, Luigi Genoni wrote:
> > I already exposed my opinion, and both Andrea and Rik know it very well.
> > The VM for servers needs to be predictable, for desktops needs to be as
> > fast as possible, also if it is a little less predictable and stable (who
> > cares if you reboot you desktop once every two days?).
> It doesn't matter if it's every 2 days or 2 years if it does it just
> when you're doing something that must NOT be interrupted and you lose
> a buttload of work. Stability is important in both a server AND desktop
> environment.
> --
> CaT "As you can expect it's really affecting my sex life. I can't help
> it. Each time my wife initiates sex, these ejaculating hippos keep
> floating through my mind."
> - Mohd. Binatang bin Goncang, Singapore Zoological Gardens

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