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Cristoff wrote:

A few years ago when I tryied QNX I was totally surprised how little RAM did it need and how fast it was, same goes for BeOS. These systems seem to have been designed to do their job without interfering with the user's job.

I know the feeling. I have a system running RH Linux 7.1 which is an AMD K6 400Mhz with 128MB RAM. The machine is mainly a development server, and it's running:
1. CVS server
2. SSH server
3. Apache server
4. MySQL Server (for bugzilla)
5. Bugzilla
6. CVSWEB
7. SMTP server
8. Several other small typical *nix utilities and daemons, like cron, etc.
9. Several scheduled jobs for backups, automatic updates, system statistics (sar), etc.

All of this and the machine is using 75MB RAM. I could even reduce it further, probably to something on the 40~50MB range, but as I'm lazy, I didn't bother. The uptime of the machine:
[root@linux /root]# uptime
 10:41am  up 287 days, 21:46,  4 users,  load average: 0.15, 0.03, 0.01

Notice that before of this we had a power failure and our >200 days uptime was ruined. So, the real uptime is in the 500 days range, without a single reboot.
I am yet to see a Windows machine doing this. The next Windows version, Longhorn, will need a minimum 3D-capable video card with almost double the memory I need to run this whole server.


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