If this is true, then why did Microsoft recently announce that they wereQuote:>"Both platforms/dbms's scale and
> perform well." ?
delaying the release of Windows 2000 Datacenter because it was having
trouble scaling past 8 CPUs?
Unix and the other RDBMSes have been scaling far past that for years.
Brian Crooke, MCSE
> Stick with what you have experience with. Both platforms/dbms's scale
> perform well.
> > 1.) Is it try that if you have a lot of simultaneous users (more than
> > then the better choise is to use Unix/Oracle8?
> Unless you're talking 20,000+ concurrent users then NT/SQL is fine.
> > 2.) What are the advantages with NT/Sql7 compared with Unix/Oracle8?
> > Ecomomy/preformace?
> NT/SQL is cheaper to buy and run. And it runs on cheaper hardware. But
> is only one factor that should affect your choice.
> What are YOU trying to achieve?
> Neil Pike MVP/MCSE. Protech Computing Ltd
> (Please reply only to newsgroups)
> SQL FAQ (428 entries) see
(sqlfaq.zip - L7
> - SQL Public)
> or www.ntfaq.com/sql.html
> or www.sql-server.co.uk
> or www.mssqlserver.com/faq