[OpenIndiana-discuss] Solaris Express server name broadcast
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Sat Mar 5 22:06:42 UTC 2011
There's a fork in the road, and you're asking people who've gone down the other fork for directions. You might reasonably expect those directions to start with: go back to the fork and go the other way, and, failing that, to ask a traveller who's taken the same fork as you. That response doesn't want for courtesy or respect.
On 5 Mar 2011, at 21:28, Robert Soubie wrote:
> Le 05/03/2011 18:43, Alasdair Lumsden a écrit :
>> This list is for discussion of OpenIndiana rather than to provide support for Solaris 11 Express. If Oracle are failing to provide community support channels, you might want to take this up with them.
> Thanks for your kind answer. I am not an Oracle consumer.
> I am running a home ZFS server under Solaris Express 11 because this was what worked for me at the time I built the server, around November 15th, 2010, at a time when, according to my experience, OpenIndiana was all but stable, and, for any reason, I couldn't make Nexenta work for me either. Since SEx 11 worked - and has worked reliably so far - I decided to use that for a while, in hope OpenIndiana would become usable for my purposes. In the process I learnt everything I know on *nix, and on Solaris in particular. Obviously this is not much.
> When I switch back to a non-commercial OS (assuming SEx 11 *is* commercial), I'll have to make a choice between OpenIndiana and, say, FreeBSD. One of the criteria I'll use will surely be the willingness of people to provide help to neophytes. Back to my initial concern, I fail to see why a question on how to best backup a ZFS server could be off-topic.
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