Rik van Riel writes:
> Owww crap. The majority of web traffic is _from_ the
> server _to_ the client. Same for ftp, realaudio, etc...
> In fact, usually the server is the _remote_ machine and
> the client is the _local_ machine. Anybody who believes
> in having the client remote and the server local should
> be shipped off to whereever the server is ;)
Let's see, with X, the server is local (at least, it's local to where
I've placed my ass) and the client is remote.
I usually think of "server" as the box that's running all the time,
providing a service to multiple clients. In this case, the netconsole
server should always be running, accepting log messages for
storage. The clients (which are transitory, otherwise netconsole
wouldn't be needed:-), initiate work for the server to do.
Face it, Ingo's use of "client" and "server" is contrary to accepted
usage. You can't finesse around it.
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