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I would like to know whether in large organizations the web server, news
server, mail server present in linux is used or not.
Can any other DNS server be used instead of linux's DNS like Microsoft DNS etc.
most servers within enterprise tend to be UNIX based, with an increasingly high percentage of that being Linux systems.
not sure what you mean by Linux DNS... there is no such thing. the most common DNS server that is run under Linux is BIND, which runs on virtually all UNIX variants as well as windows. plenty of others exist too though.