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  AIX Operating System (Unix)
AIX (Advanced Interactive eXecutive) is the operating system developed by IBM, to meet the high requirements for the enterprise employment.
AIX is related to the Unix system V and BSD 4.3 operating system.
AIX 5L v5.3 was certified according to the UNIX 03 standard at 2006-11-23.
www.operating-system.org /betriebssystem/_english/bs-aix.htm   (2090 words)

  AIX (operating system) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
AIX on the mainframe had little success and UNIX functionality was instead added as an option with the existing mainframe operating system, MVS, which became MVS/ESA OpenEdition in 1993.
These systems were more or less based on the Macintosh hardware available at the time but were designed to use AIX as their native operating system.
AIX version 1 was developed by IBM in conjunction with INTERACTIVE Systems Corporation, and was based in part on PC/IX, an operating system from Interactive Systems that ran on IBM/PC and compatible systems.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/AIX_operating_system   (1707 words)

 IBM AIX: UNIX operating system - an open UNIX solution
AIX® is an open, UNIX® operating system that allows you to run the applications you want, on the hardware you want—IBM UNIX servers.
AIX fully supports the advanced virtualization capabilities of IBM UNIX server to allow you to dramatically increase your server utilization and consolidate workloads for more efficient management.
AIX 5L Version 5.3 represents the latest advance in a long record of IBM operating system innovation.
www.ibm.com /servers/aix   (345 words)

 IBM UNIX AIX and AIXL information
AIX short for Advanced Interactive eXecutive was first entered into the market by IBM in February 1990.
AIX is an implementation of UNIX derived from both ATandT UNIX System V and 4.3 BSD.
The original release of AIX 4.3 was released in 1997 and AIX 4.3.3 release in October 1999.
www.computerhope.com /unix/aix.htm   (239 words)

 AIX Operating System Hardening Procedures & Security Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
There are usually two kinds of authentication: (1) the kind provided with the operating system, commonly used for authenticating administrative users and (2) the kind provided by the network service software, commonly used for authenticating users of the service.
This is the AIX system file that starts system services, like telnet, ftp, etc. We also want to closely watch this file to see if there are any services that have been enabled without authorization.
Any or all users of this system and all the files on this system may be intercepted, monitored, recorded, copied, audited, inspected and disclosed to XYZ Insurance's management personnel.
www.owlriver.com /issa/aixhardening.html   (4378 words)

 PDC's Tutorial Overview of AIX (IBM's UNIX) for UNIX Novices
Please note System V and BSD contain a large set of commands in common that in several cases support different options and have different default behaviors; for example: ls, stty, mail, and grep.
AIX is case sensitive and uses lower case more often than upper case, so be aware of this potential problem.
The AIX file system provides a structure where files are arranged in directories, and directories in turn are arranged under other directories in a tree-like organization.
www.pdc.kth.se /training/Tutor/Basics/overview   (3312 words)

 IBM AIX 5L: UNIX operating system - an open UNIX solution
AIX 5L™ is an open, UNIX® operating system that allows you to run the applications you want, on the hardware you want—IBM UNIX servers.
AIX 5L fully supports the advanced virtualization capabilities of IBM UNIX server to allow you to dramatically increase your server utilization and consolidate workloads for more efficient management.
AIX 5L Version 5.3 represents the latest advance in a long record of IBM operating system innovation.
www-03.ibm.com /servers/aix   (364 words)

 Troubleshooting Java on AIX: Data collection for AIX core dumps
As discussed in Javacore versus AIX core section, Javacore files are not always the best tool for debugging a hang situation.
To get a good AIX core file, the JVM has to be set up so it does not create the Javacore when it receives a signal that is sent to the process.
The issue could be the operating system (kernel/library), the JVM (or JIT), application Java Native Interface (JNI) native code, or third-party JNI code.
www-128.ibm.com /developerworks/aix/library/au-javaonaix_core.html   (2334 words)

 PRESS RELEASE IBM Celebrates 20 Years of AIX Operating System Driving Innovation for the Number One UNIX Server Vendor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
AIX has made extraordinary contributions to the UNIX community and continues its reputation with industry firsts and technology breakthroughs.
Introduced in January, 1986, AIX was the catalyst for leading IBM into the world of open systems and standards such as UNIX, TCP/IP and the Ethernet.
With the release of AIX 5L in 2001, IBM began a period of major innovation in system partitioning.
www.marketwire.com /mw/release_html_b1?release_id=106971   (602 words)

 Server Operating Systems Technical Comparison
For non-technical persons: A general overview of operating systems for non-technical people is located at: kinds of operating systems.
Brief summaries of operating systems are located at: summaries of operating systems.
The holistic area looks at operating systems from a holistic point of view and particular subjects in that presentation may be useful for comparison.
www.osdata.com   (1320 words)

 Open Directory - Computers:Software:Operating Systems:Unix   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
AIX is an award winning OS that supports features not found in other forms of Unix.
This is a general category for Unix operating systems (OSs) of the BSD variety.
OSF1 was a new system, not derived from Ultrix.
dmoz.org /Computers/Software/Operating_Systems/Unix/desc.html   (934 words)

 IBM AIX FAQ -- CED Solutions Computer Training Centers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
AIX stores most of the system management information in /etc/objrepos, /usr/lib/objrepos, and /usr/share/lib/objrepos.
Files (also referred to as system object classes) in these directories are adminstered by the Object Database Manager, ODM, which is a set of library routines and programs providing basic object oriented database facilities.
AIX 3.2.4 and later attempts to resolve this confusion.
www.cedsolutions.com /aix_faq.shtm   (681 words)

 IBM AIX PS/2 OPERATING SYSTEM VERSION 1.3   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
AIX PS/2 Operating System Version 1.3 and associated licensed programs provide full hardware support and exploitation for all models of PS/2 system units based on the 32-bit Intel (1) 386sx-16MHz up through the Intel 486DX2-66MHz, utilizing Micro Channel (R) or AT (R)-Bus architectures.
AIX PS/2 Operating System Version 1.3 and AIX PS/2 Operating System Extensions Version 1.3 are again offered on Internal Tape Backup Unit (ITBU) mini-cartridge tape to ease installation.
Users may wish to recompile their applications on AIX PS/2 Operating System Version 1.3; however, to ensure usage of the serviceable shared libraries, decreasing the overall runtime size of the application.
os2ports.com /docs/aix/announce.html   (4201 words)

 IBM AIX 5L operating system - an open UNIX operating environment
AIX 5L helps you make no compromises and accept no limits in the on demand world.
Market momentum: AIX 5L is rapidly emerging as the fastest growing UNIX® operating system in the market today—align your plans with a growth platform.
AIX 5L Expansion Pack extends base operating system functionality and Web Download Pack are collections of software tools and programs.
www-03.ibm.com /servers/aix/os   (424 words)

 AIX Application Binary Compatibility Page
AIX 4.1 is also designed to meet the emerging common application interface as defined by Spec 1170.
AIX 4.1 provides a high-performance base operating system on which to run higher-level services such as file, print, and database.
The API defines the set of system calls, library functions, header files, commands and utilities that an application developer is allowed to use to develop a compliant application.
www.erik.co.uk /ans/AIX_Binary_Compatability.html   (1346 words)

 Corder Enterprises International, CA611 - AIX System Administration Training - Education and Training
It includes information on basic system administration, as well as including topics that are AIX-specific that would be of interest to administrators coming from other platforms.
The course may be customized to include topics associated with AIX on the SP platforms.
Prerequisites: A familiarity with using the UNIX operating system, including using vi, navigating file systems and using basic commands.
www.corder.com /training.d/unix.d/aix.d/aix.611.php   (121 words)

 Interwoven Announces IBM AIX Support for Content Management and Content Distribution Product Lines   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
IBM eServer pSeries systems are the world's most powerful high-performance UNIX systems and according to a recent IDC survey, in the market of UNIX servers, IBM increased its worldwide market share 5.6 percent to nearly 21 percent during the third quarter 2001.
The AIX UNIX operating platform provides increased levels of integration, flexibility and reliability essential for meeting the high demands of today's eBusiness applications.
AIX operates over a range of IBM eServer pSeries systems from entry-level servers and workstations to powerful supercomputers.
www.interwoven.com /news/press/2002/0124ibmaixpr.html   (470 words)

 AIX X-Windows User's Guide
You must also have the level of the IBM AIX X-Windows licensed program appropriate for the type of hardware you are using.
Like all standard programs in the AIX system, all commands, subcommands, and option flags must be put in ASCII.
Operating System and explains how to respond to them.
www.gilanet.com /Ohlandl/AIX_1-3/AIX_Xwindow_User_Guide_Preface.html   (973 words)

 BetaNews | IBM Opens Beta for AIX 6 Operating System
AIX is intended to run on IBM's System p UNIX servers that use Power technology.
"AIX 6 is a significant technical achievement in the evolution of this world-class UNIX operating system, providing both investment protection allowing existing AIX apps to run unmodified as well as allowing those apps to take advantage of new virtualization technologies that will provide business value to our clients," System p marketing chief Scott Handy said.
The final AIX 6 code is due to be released in the fourth quarter of this year.
www.betanews.com /article/IBM_Opens_Beta_for_AIX_6_Operating_System/1184356996   (935 words)

 AIX - System Adminstration   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
The AIX operating environment is perhaps the most recognized and widely used commercial Unix system available.
AIX delivers the security, manageability and performance needed to increase service levels and decrease costs and risks while providing a solid foundation.
CDI offers AIX System Administration professionals who are fully certified and trained to perform essential system administration procedures on the AIX operating environment as well as technical application support staff responsible for administering a network server running on the AIX operating system
www.cdillc.com /11_unix/aix_system_admin.htm   (157 words)

 System iNetwork (formerly iSeries Network) - iSeries Shops with AIX Partitions Can Rest Easy About SCO Lawsuit   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
U.S. District Court Judge Dale Kimball earlier this month denied The SCO Group's request to include specific code in the AIX operating system for Power processors in its breach of copyright claims against IBM.
IBM says it hasn't breached any licensing agreements with regards to AIX and Unix, and Big Blue has the support of Novell in this matter, which was party to the agreement in which IBM obtained a perpetual Unix license.
System i is a trademark of International Business Machines Corporation and is used by Penton Media, Inc., under license.
www.systeminetwork.com /article/w/1001/n/5021/i/5312/a/51254/index.html   (1058 words)

 IBM AIX Operating System Upgrades
This ensures that all the prerequisite updates have been considered before upgrading the operating system to the required maintenance level.
Our client can then be given access to the system, to test their applications on the new AIX level, via a VPN link.
To discuss your AIX Operating System Upgrades, call us now on 01234 224400 or complete our enquiry form.
www.bluechip.co.uk /content/1/105/ibm-aix-operating-system-upgrades.html   (193 words)

 AIX X-Windows User's Guide Chpt3
Make sure that no one else is using the system and that no user programs are running before you install the X-Windows licensed program.
You must be in the AIX Shell or Usability Services to install the X-Windows licensed program.
If you are now using the AIX Shell, go to "Installing X-Windows from the AIX Shell" in topic A.3.
www.gilanet.com /Ohlandl/AIX_1-3/AIX_Xwindow_User_Guide_Appendix.html   (2109 words)

 AIX: IBM Unix Operating System
AIX 5L is designed to exploit the 64-bit IBM POWER processor-based systems and software architectures which include uniprocessor low-end servers; high-density, rack-mounted Web servers; clustered highly-available and scalable servers; symmetric multiprocessors (SMPs) for high-performance; and highly scalable parallel processors.
The AIX 5L OS is based upon on demand computing and provides support for large-scale SMPs, cluster and parallel processing, dynamic logical partitioning and autonomic computing.
AIX 5L offers clients a wide range of availability, scalability, connectivity and security features to fully leverage their investment in POWER processor-based systems.
www.networkdictionary.com /software/aix.php   (487 words)

 PRESS RELEASE IBM AIX(R) Operating System Receives Crucial Government Certification   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-24)
IBM is committed to the growth of the AIX 5L operating system, and offers the flexibility and integration of AIX 5L and the Power Architecture technologies to meet dynamic customer workload requirements.
IBM has detailed an AIX 5L roadmap that already extends beyond 2008 and plans to continue spending significant resources on AIX 5L research and development.
Argus Systems Group has been providing secure operating system products to government and commercial customers for thirteen years.
www.marketwire.com /mw/release_html_b1?release_id=131411   (375 words)

 IBM AIX - a CompInfo Directory
TechDocs provides technical information on IBM's AIX operating system running on RS/6000 servers and workstations.
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.
"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.
www.compinfo-center.com /opsys/aix.htm   (622 words)

 AIX Operating System Hardening Procedures & Security Guide
L version 5.1, as the new standard in Unix operating systems.  It is built upon
System is to use the principle of least privilege.  If the user does not need
operating system, try to explain what each does, note the risks involved with
aplawrence.com /MDesrosiers/aixhardening.html   (2474 words)

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