Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 5th Apr 2010 18:29 UTC, submitted by poundsmack
Windows Ah, Intel's IA-64 architecture. More commonly known as Itanium, it can probably be seen as a market failure by now. Intel consistently failed to deliver promised updates, and clock speeds have lagged behind. Regular x86-64 processors have already overtaken Itanium, and now Microsoft has announced that Windows Server 2008 R2 is the last version of Windows to support the architecture.
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RE: Itanium and HP-UX
by rjamorim on Tue 6th Apr 2010 02:37 UTC in reply to "Itanium and HP-UX"
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...and port their system administration tools (which are generally considered "best in class")...

lolwut? Are you on drugs? Being an HP-UX sysadmin is absolutely nightmarish! Their tools are buggy, weird, arcane, and unreliable. SAM is a joke, and other tools are not much better than that. Everything reeks of early-80s-UNIX, even on 11i.

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