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Which distro to run a database server on?

Discussion in 'Other Distributions' started by Linser, Mar 1, 2015.

  1. Linser

    Linser Guest

    Hi everyone,


    Appreciating and looking for advises on a selection ...

    I've been given a requirement to use one of the following distributions for a series of experiments with database servers (Vertica and most likely PostgreSQL too):

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    Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 and 6

    SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11

    Debian Linux 6 and Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

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    Which one would you pick and why?


    Thanks greatly for help.
     
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  2. Ylaz

    Ylaz Guest

    Debian - a detailed man.
    +all questions have answers in the Internet.
     
  3. I prefer Ubuntu because

    • stability
    • support
    • commonly used as a server
    • developed by a commercial corporation (Canonical Ltd.)
    • I have used it as a server before
    • lightweight and fast
    • secure
     
  4. jesus

    jesus Guest

    From your list I would pick Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. Ubuntu is popular so it's easy to find help and picking an LTS release is important so you get security updates for a long time.
     
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