[p4] Which Linux Distro do you recommend for running Perforce
Williams, Kenneth (Ken) (TLR Corp)
Ken.Williams at thomson.com
Thu Jun 17 13:01:27 PDT 2004
I doubt that performance differences between Linux distributions will be very significant for a Perforce server. It will probably be much more important to choose a reliable, easily manageable distribution. I personally prefer Debian for those reasons, simply because I've gotten fed up with the breakage in RedHat releases of things, and I like Debian's package management much better.
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> [mailto:perforce-user-admin at perforce.com]On Behalf Of Rajul Vora
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> Subject: [p4] Which Linux Distro do you recommend for running Perforce
> My company is planning to migrate the Perforce server from Sun/Solaris
> hardware to Intel/Linux.
> Any particular recommendations on version of Linux to use?
> Some people at work including myself have been playing with
> RedHat Fedora
> and find it quite stable but RedHat particularly doesn't
> position Fedora as
> something one might want to use for production server
> (besides the fact that
> they don't make any money that way). Any thoughts?
> Also, any idea if Linux has the same performance problems
> with regard to
> locking as Solaris over NFS when db.* files are on a NetApp?
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