John, In the real world, number of users receiving sub second response time, IMO, -IS- the point of all that we do. MIPS, Mhz, cycles, etc. are just ways for bit flippers to compare weenies. It's the "users" perception that make or break any system or method. It's our job to pick the right choice for the right environment and I don't care how much hardware and layers of software you throw at an accounting problem, it doesn't get much simpler than an AS/400 running a green screen application. Want to web serve? Get *nix. P.S. Happy New Year <g> John Taylor wrote: > <<big snip of not playing nice>> The point is to say "4 > users" is a meaningless term.
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