I agree Don,   We have one AS/400 running Domino for example, it has 6
servers up.   Now if that were an NT installation, I am told that there
would be more than 6 separate servers to do the same thing.
(Domino also uses DB2/400 on that machine also, )


Kinda maps to what you were saying about # of servers  not meaning the same
thing.

JOhn Carr
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Nevertheless, measuring web presence by number of installed servers instead
of some kind of "transactions handled" or "amount of data transferred"
standard appears to be rather unreliable.  At least to me it does.

Donald R. Fisher, III



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