• IBM AIX 6, Power6 blade due out this month

    For Unix-oriented shops, Big Blue has dangled an appealing carrot: new blade servers based on the Power6 processor running the latest and greatest AIX 6 operating system.

    Mark Fontecchio3,850 pointsBadges:
  • Chapter excerpt: ‘Unix and Linux System Administration Handbook’ an encyclopedia for systems admins

    Preview a chapter from the fourth edition of the 'Unix and System Administration Handbook,' a practical guide for both new and seasoned systems administrators that covers topics such as software configuration management.

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  • Itanium still strong on Unix, not Windows

    IT chief at Bucks County Community College says he supports the struggling Itanium chip because of its performance but wishes it played better with Windows.

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  • Solaris upgrade continues Sun’s push among Linux users

    The Sun Solaris upgrade announced today -- an effort to make inroads among Linux users -- enables users to run Linux applications within Solaris Containers and to manage Container memory.

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  • Unix shops ignore signs of Unix market decline

    Unix shops stick with data center workhorse platform for support, performance and familiarity benefits. Meanwhile, midrange Unix market feels the pinch from less expensive mainframes and increasingly robust scale-out options.

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  • Are Linux skills necessary for software-defined networking?

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  • Comparing Unix versions: AIX, HP-UX and Solaris

    In this comparison of the top Unix versions, learn what distinguishes the file systems, management tools and virtualization products in Sun Solaris, Hewlett-Packard HP-UX and IBM AIX file systems.

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  • Give the Linux quagga router a try for SDN

    The open source quagga router is garnering attention as a flexible choice for SDN. It's easy to set up with the right hardware.

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  • Linux on POWER5 architecture

    The meshing of Linux with the POWER5 architecture is a big deal. If marketed properly, this may be the operating system's biggest success story to date, pushing Linux out into the enterprise in a big way.

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  • Search and replace on steroids: Do more with these sed commands

    These tips can help administrators help themselves through advanced text editing with the UNIX Stream Editor (sed) utility.

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