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TechDocs provides technical information on IBM's AIX operating system running on RS/6000 servers and workstations. This knowledgebase presents information and procedures on specific tasks commonly performed by system administrators.
If you're interested in RS/6000 workstations and servers, their operating system, AIX, or other application software products, this Library page is just what you need. You'll find independent consultant reports as well as white papers and technical reports prepared by the RS/6000 and AIX developers themselves. You can also find links to online publications, an RS/6000 user group, FTP download sites, and other relevant sites inside and beyond IBM.
"AIX Version 4.3, IBM's premier UNIX operating system, provides a common operating environment for the broad range of RS/6000 systems, including new symmetric multiprocessor (SMP) systems, 64-bit systems, scalable parallel (RS/6000 SP) systems, workstations and more. Its demonstrated reliability and scalability combined with application binary compatibility across all AIX Version 4 releases and 32/64-bit functionality make AIX the best choice for leading-edge e-business, business intelligence, MCAD, and network computing applications of today and the future."
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