Samba 100% faster than Win2k

Aron Schatz
April 24, 2002
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Found at ITWeek.

In terms of scalability, the results show that Linux and Samba can handle four times as many client systems as Windows 2000 before performance begins to drop off. Consequently firms can save money on hardware and software upgrades, and can avoid the administrative and financial costs of licensing Windows file servers, by using the Samba alternative.

Guess it wasn't a bad idea to use Linux as my printer and some NAS action. Too bad the power supply died before fully completing the project.


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