> Smartly NT will use both processors, it was designed from the start to
> them. Unlike other OS's like NetWare where multiprocessor support was
> graphed onto the primary OS.
NetWare was designed many years before NT at a time where multiple
processor machines were not available or needed. You're implying
that once a product is released, any changes to the product are
"grafted" on and are, therefore, not as good as features that were
put in the original design. While I certainly don't agree with this,
I hope you apply this belief consistently. NT will soon have
Wolfpack and Active Directory _grafted_ on to it. Is this correct?
Even today, NetWare running on a single processor box will usually
outperform NT running on a multiple processor box.
> Jyri, please keep the OS religious chatter off this list please and thank
Yes, Jyri - don't go preaching religion unless it's the one "true"
Ed Sawicki - ALC Press