[Mono-dev] Mono and IBM
tim.smith at venturality.com
Sat Jan 31 09:59:59 EST 2009
Or leave DB2 on the AS400, spend the $2K on a server, run linux/mono and
connect to the DB over the wire...
On Sat, Jan 31, 2009 at 8:53 AM, Oliver Schneider
<info at oliverschneider.biz>wrote:
> I am not a Mono expert but compared to Java there should be no real
> performance improvement just more porting issues. Java is officially
> supported and optimized by IBM. If my job was on the line I would stick
> Java and be safe.
> Carlos Ruiz Diaz wrote:
> > The original program was made in Java but IBM (from Brazil) stop
> > recommended
> > it because of its high hardware cost (consumes too much processor time)
> > and
> > they started offering PHP as a valid option (what? php?).but buying the
> > zend
> > core.
> > I will still fighting for mono but if I am wrong choosing it, my head
> > will
> > be in danger. XD
> > Thank you for the ideas but Java is not an option anymore.
> > BTW. I developed a sofware in C# and mono 2.2 that collects CDRs sent by
> > 3
> > GSM gateways in RT. The software makes billing and writes in a DB2
> > database
> > but the whole program runs on Linux.
> > What do you guys think about performance penalization installing the
> > OS in a specially formatted partition inside the AS?
> > On Sat, Jan 31, 2009 at 12:47 AM, Rodrigo Kumpera <kumpera at gmail.com>
> > wrote:
> >> 2009/1/31 Carlos Ruiz Diaz <carlos.ruizdiaz at gmail.com>
> >>> Do you think that is reliable and secure to build a high availability
> >>> system that manage money in real time using mono and C#?
> >> Mono was not designed for real-time workloads. There is a project that
> >> adds
> >> support for locking with priority inheritance. Which is a step forward,
> >> but
> >> it won't give you any sort of hard or soft real-time guarantees.
> >> Your only option for managed languages on an AS400, as far as I know, is
> >> the RTSJ offer from IBM.
> >> You can, as well, help mono to be ready for such thing.
> >> Cheers,
> >> Rodrigo
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