Oh, I dunno, I monitor my servers (Linux) but not really
closely and they don't go down (okay, one crashed two weeks
ago - a program had a memory leak and because I hadn't
logged onto it for two weeks (I was off work studying for
exams) I didn't notice the problem, since been fixed).
Our NT boxen don't crash either - then again they're monitored
closely by one of my coworkers who is a very competent NT
But yes, they're all configured properly as well, well that
Linux box which crashed is now more properly configured
than it was. :) (I expected Redhat to come with a
sensible ulimit already in place, it appears that 6.0
Updated (08:53 UTC): Hmmm, I expect to cop a bit of flak about this one...
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