• Unix systems management spotlight

    Looking for what's new in the Unix operating systems, hardware and systems management? Look no further -- the info is right here.

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  • Are you prepared for the Unix 2038 problem?

    All 32-bit Unix/Linux-based systems store the system clock time internally as the number of seconds since the "Epoch." The latest time and date that can be represented as seconds-since-the-Epoch in that 32-bit signed integer is 3:14:07 UTC on Tuesday, January 19, 2038. Current applications will...

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  • Using Linux in a data center consolidation management strategy

    Linux can resolve the cost of ownership and return on investment demands of a data center consolidation project. The hardware versatility of the Linux OS is the biggest advantage, and can save in personnel costs associated with running multiple operating systems on various hardware in your data...

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  • HP offers Sun SPARC shops ProLiant alternative

    HP now counts several ProLiant server models as certified to run Sun Solaris 10, paving the way for Sun SPARC shops to migrate off legacy RISC hardware.

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  • Which Unix command should every administrator have in their repertoire?

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  • Unix command line quiz

    Do you know how to move a file or get a list of current users from your Unix servers? Take our Unix quiz on essential commands for system admins.

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  • Linux swappiness

    Linux swappiness is the rate at which a Linux platform's kernel moves pages into and out of active memory.

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  • How a Linux processor on a mainframe beats distributed servers

    Want reliability, availability, security and performance from your Linux processor? The mainframe has more under the hood for Linux workloads.

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  • Five questions on Linux and z/VM OS for mainframes

    Mainframe expert and z/VM systems programmer sees continued growth for Linux in evolving mainframe environments.

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  • NYSE undertakes IBM mainframe migration to Unix and Linux

    By moving from a 1,600 MIPS mainframe to distributed systems, the stock exchange is cutting transaction costs in half.

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