Now you have again claimed that
1) Oracle is abandoning Solaris. Where is this link? You have claimed this many times.
2) "Linux scales crap out of slowlaris and nearly everyone knows this" - link please. Or is it just FUD from you? Sure, maybe RHEL can see 64.000 cpus, but that is just a big cluster as I have proved to you. It is not an SMP server, it is just a big cluster. There are no big SMP Linux servers. What is the biggest Linux SMP server today? Is it still 8 cpus? The Big Tux server you posted, is not sold, and as you proved Linux scaled very bad on 64 cpus, that is the reason no one sells Big Tux servers - because Linux has problems scaling on as few as 64 cpus.
3) RCU from IBM, is innovative you claim. Well, that is good. But as we can see, you dont need RCU to scale better than Linux. Solaris has no RCU, and still Solaris scales better than Linux. So how can RCU be innovative then?
4) "I can provide you a list of Linux techs that everybody wants, but you have to provide list of innovative slowlaris techs first."
I have already showed a list of innovative Solaris tech. DTrace, ZFS, Zones, Crossbow, etc. All those have Linux copies. For instance the DTrace is called Systemtap. The ZFS copy is called BTRFS. The Zones copy is called....The Crossbow copy is called Open vSwitch.
Now it is your turn, you go ahead and show us a list of innovative and unique Linux tech that everybody has copied or ported.