Been on MacOS + SmartOS for DayJob + home since 6 years (actually
migrated from Linux to SmartOS for measurable performance gains and
containers model). Pretty happy sailing other than having to modify a lot
of Chef recipes to accommodate different paths...
New day job is Gnu/Linux, boring as that may seem.. But they offered
remote, so, you know..
Oh, and also, FreeBSD for the Raspberry Pis. Has native zfs!
On Wed, Sep 20, 2017 at 3:37 PM, Arthur Krewat <krewat(a)kilonet.net> wrote:
On 9/20/2017 2:33 PM, Brad Spencer wrote:
Arthur Krewat <krewat(a)kilonet.net> writes:
Don't make me cry in my coffee :(
No need to cry.. at Dayjob we run Joyent
SmartOS, which is Solaris done
by a bunch of former Sun folks. Oracle need not apply.. There is a
private cloud infrastructure running a very large e-commerce site on it.
You may want to look into SmartOS or OmniOS if you want more of a
desktop experience. Patches and pretty good support.... all around.
Thank you for that. Eventually, I was going to ask the list if they knew
of a decent version of Solaris that would fill my needs.
I'll take a look.