Jim Damato wrote:

>I've implemented a fair number of large and small Unix-based business
>applications and I just don't see it.  Maybe this type of multi-stream
>technology is out there in the scientific community, but it's definitely not
>there for our segment of the market.  Technology such as Oracle Parallel
>Query can only do so much, and I don't see the business world using Unix
>systems as a parallel processing powerhouse.  Not to the degree that one can
>really say "That's one area the *nix (and maybe PASE?) just kicks the crap
>out of OS/400".
>
Jim, I think it is unfair to throw common sense and real world
experience into the fray. You keep that up, and you'll just be an "IBM
apologist."

>-Jim
>

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