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+ - Typical Linux FUD Campaign towards Microsoft.->

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An anonymous reader writes: Both sides play dirty!

An Exercise for the Reader: Take a look at any of the major Linux friendly sites around the net and see if you can spot a pattern.

The typical day revolves around crying wolf, proclaiming Linux the winner of every battle, and screaming FUD at anything and everything Microsoft related...

FUD recipe: 1) Create a completely misleading title. 2) Make a mountain out of a non-existent molehill. 3) Proclaim insider knowledge not possessed by more experienced individuals. 4) Carefully craft statements based on false premisses. 5) Spread the FUD around and bake @ 350.

And whatever you do, DO NOT ADD FACTS, Facts, facts!

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Comment: Re:Examples of PHP inconsistency and performance (Score 1) 122

by Neutrino Linguino (#19003261) Attached to: PHP 5.2.2 and 4.4.7 Released
Have you considered or evaluated a Windows-based Apache/PHP solution? Recently, I've even been able to compile mod_fastcgi under win32 for Apache 2.2...

As far as the thread-safe issue goes, [IMO] it has always been better to run Apache under a process-based MPM, as it's:
1) more secure, isolating
2) more stable

The common misconception of the performance penalty arises more from the lack of any further MPM configuration to the specific task and system.

Even bytes get lonely for a little bit.