Whenever I look at my web stats, I'm overwhelmed and shockingly surprised, how many people find its way to my site using the very informative keywords i hate blade servers. To use such keywords in a search engine means it must have caused a lot (hell a lot) of frustration. Top 5 keywords from January 1st 2010 until May 4th 2010 Now the question is: Which blade vendor actually causes most trouble? Unfortunately I can't compare this in personal working experience but good old friend Google helps us a bit. If one searches for sun blade problem Google reveals that there are approximately 512'000 results. Let's do this on four big blade server vendors and this is the result:
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