FAQ
I use FreeBSD in my DB server, but the app. server is hosted in Debian, and
although I prefer to use FreeBSD in servers is more difficult to find
dedicated servers where to can install BSD systems to a good price.

El jueves, 3 de enero de 2013 17:46:06 UTC, Constantine Vasil escribió:
From number of responses for so short time I see Linux community is
much more helpful. Does anyone else got this error leading to a crash:
" "The specified network name is no longer available" in any other OS
besides Windows? I will need to use some Linux or FreeBSD instances with
Virtual Machine
under Windows 2008 Server Host. What it is recommended for this use case?

I have other considerations choosing underlying OS - using LevelDB. DB is
determining factor
and it seems DragonFly BSD is good choice. Based on FreeBSD with
improvements like
HAMMER - DragonFly Filesystem, Transparent disk encryption, SWAPCACHE -
Managed SSD support
it seems suitable for this requirement. Any thoughts and considerations?
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On Thursday, January 3, 2013 8:19:40 AM UTC-8, ths...@gmail.com wrote:

I am using Go as a web server. Tested for a month
under Windows Server 2008 Virtual Machine but it runs for a day
and then stops with a message: "The specified network name
is no longer available".

There are other consideration to not use Windows Server too.

This leads to decision to use Linux. What Linux distribution
is recommended for Golang web server?
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