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>What about FreeBSD?
What about it?
>Many enterprises are using it and getting uptime records. Just
Those companies are running a webserver on FreeBSD mostly not even there database/transactions servers. Problem with BSD is that there aren't a lot of companies that support it. Like Oracle, CA, IBM or SUN. Linux is much more spread and has the benefit of corporate backup.
>If you want less bugs and more speed, try FreeBSD.
I think you miss the whole point of doing business.
Linux kernel 2.6 is a quantum leap from 2.4 it out preforms the current FreeBSD kernel on almost every task, esp. database and connectivity. I run FreeBSD (4.8) and OpenBSD (3.3) and always BUY them to support the community but
as Linux is progressing and being backuped by LARGE companies its a much more better choice for businesses or a least those companies think so.