<IMV, this topic is better for the Non-Tech list> David, You might want to check the archives. IIRC (and ICBW) their was discussion about an article, within the last year, that stated the US Navy had to re-boot their daggone Windung servers, in the middle of a training exercise. Could have been on the IGNITe/400 list, and maybe others will recall the details better than I. IMHO, you also might want to check the archives to reevaluate your definition of "mature and stable". Operating systems are very much like people in the following sense: It doesn't ALWAYS work out this way.. But a 20-year old is normally going to be FAR more mature and stable than a 10-year old. I think this is clearly evident in an objective evaluation of OS/400 vs. Windung. JMHO. Cheers, jt | -----Original Message----- | From: email@example.com | [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of David Bulog | Sent: Monday, December 03, 2001 5:43 AM | To: email@example.com | Subject: Re: US Navy bets on Win2K | | | Dear List | Its a mature stable system nowdays-quite ok for mission critical use. | Dont the Navy run SAS on the Win2K platform? | cheers Dave | | ----- Original Message ----- | From: <firstname.lastname@example.org> | To: <MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com> | Sent: Monday, December 03, 2001 9:45 PM | Subject: US Navy bets on Win2K | | | > good luck, guys.. | > | > > http://www.gcn.com/vol19_no27/dod/2868-1.html
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