Subject: [htdig] Can htdig kill Linux?
From: David Gewirtz (david@ZATZ.com)
Date: Wed Dec 06 2000 - 09:11:00 PST
I just love getting to know new software. There's always some form of
teething pain. Yesterday, I started running my first set of reasonably
large htdig/htmerge processes. Came in today to find the Linux server
(which is running nothing besides basic Mandrake processes and, of course,
htdig) was deader than a doornail (have to say "deader than" because saying
"hung more than" would just be too weird).
In any case, I couldn't telnet into the Linux box, couldn't run my KDE
I've never seen Linux hang like that before. Almost makes me wish for NT.
But the net of it is this: is htdig liable to do this? Can I count on using
htdig in a production environment or do I need to go back to square one?
What's your experience? Advice?
Thanks in advance,
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