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Posted by: Anonymous Coward on June 22, 2004 10:07 PM
This was the subject of FUD put out by a software company from Seattle WA, USA. during 1997 stating that 'Linux does not scale'.

What they really meant to say was that operating a cluster of multiple processors without using their licenced products does not scale (their profit margin).

(There would also be technical issues with the number of screens required by clusters to display the Blue Screen of Death operatings system trademark on each of the processors in the 'cluster').


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