[nycbug-talk] Lab environment
ike at lesmuug.org
Tue May 25 05:26:15 EDT 2004
After catching up on this thread,
On May 20, 2004, at 4:00 PM, G.Rosamond wrote:
> Agree. . .If a useful comparison is going to be made, there needs to
> be ONE variable.
> If we are testing network protocols, then let's get several boxes with
> the same BSD on each.
I'm in agreement with ONE variable as well.
BUT- what about the AFP stuff, to be feature/spec fair, I'd like this
protocol to warrant a ppc box and run an Apple-derived OS and AFP
implementation, so this does mix things up a bit... (unless we run ALL
the protocols on PPC/Darwin/OSX machines- yikes!)
I only bring this up because the threads that started this whole thing,
dove madly into NFS vs. AFP...
At this moment, the list of protocols is over here:
Any ideas for resolution on this?
> We can separate into multiple BSD's, but I think we'd have to make it
> a separate night.. .rebuild the boxes, do the documented or instructed
One BSD on each, *BSD to be decided by what hardware we end up using
(or by drawing straws if it comes down to it).
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