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On Wed, 22 May 1996, Eric Thomas wrote:
> The largest number of LISTSERV lists on a single machine is 3,561 (our
> To a large extent, people who make new mailing list purchases today tend
> to base their decisions on manpower costs rather than resource usage.
. . .
> people who have two systems to look at when a problem is reported,
> chances are that they'll get the RAM and use the same machine.
Well... The machine this probably would run on would start out as
a two CPU high integer performance IBM AIX machine with capability to go
to ten processors. Memory would probably start at 128M or 256M. After
that, upgrading could happen if necessary. How's that? 8) With this
much horsepower doing only mail routing and listserving, is this a moot
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