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Server Distributions: FreeNAS vs Openfiler


FreeNAS is a server distro that is based on m0n0Wall, which itself is based on FreeBSD code. Openfiler is also a server distro, but it's based on rPath Linux (kernel 2.6.x). So, aside from both being UNIX-like, server distros, are there any major differences between them? Yes, but they also have a lot (of features) in common. Don't know which one to use? This article gives you just enough information to help you make the right call.
 read more | score:8176 | -finid, October 7, 2008
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