Configuring Linux on IBM System p
Nov 29, 2007, 05:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Ken Milberg)
[ Thanks to An Anonymous Reader for
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"A major benefit of a Linux operating system is its
multi-platform capability, but each hardware platform comes with
its own set of questions: Why might we want to run Linux on higher
end machines? How would that system be architected any differently
on midrange offerings than on commodity PCs?
"In this article we discuss the midrange offering, IBM System p:
specifically, what virtualization tools are available on platforms
such as IBM's System p, how we configure and administer our
partitions in this kind of environment and what tools are available
for System p..."