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High Performance Linux News for Jan 12, 2001

  • IBM Releases Tivoli Storage Manager Client for Linux S/390 (Jan 12, 2001, 19:44)
    "IBM recently released Linux S/390 client drivers for their Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM) network-based backup system. Tivoli Storage Manager, formerly known as ADSTAR Distributed Storage Manager, is a client/server tool that allows a centralized mass storage server to provide backup and recovery services to multiple client machines. An S/390 mainframe can support network-based backups and archives for hundreds of PCs running Linux, Windows, or OS/2, and for workstations running AIX or several other UNIX variants."

  • Big Blue Boosts AIX Linux Affinity (Jan 12, 2001, 19:37)
    "IBM Corp. Friday will roll out the latest trick in its Linux affinity bag with its AIX Toolkit for Linux applications. The toolkit enables developers to build and package Linux applications for use on the IBM eServer family running AIX, IBM's heralded UNIX operating system."

  • IT-Analysis: The Man from Oracle, He Say "Yes" to Linux 2.4 Kernel (Jan 12, 2001, 16:51)
    "The next twelve months will be decisive in determining the future impact of Linux on the world. Either widespread usage awaits the platform or perhaps a lingering stagnation. Any bets?"

  • Internet Week: What's Wrong With eBay?; Could Linux/BSD Clusters Fix It? (Jan 12, 2001, 14:25)
    "Other high-traffic sites use more loosely integrated server farms, in which a large number of small, low-end servers perform identical functions in a redundant configuration. Search engine Google, for instance, uses 4,000 Linux servers that do searches and serve up Web pages in parallel, while Yahoo uses clusters of BSD Unix servers."