"Recently we discussed some of the benefits of running Linux on
an IBM System p. Now we'll take a look at how the latest Red Hat
Enterprise Linux (RHEL) version does on Power. In this tip, Ken
Milberg discusses the reliability, scalability and performance
values of running RHEL 5 on IBM System p, plus how to install the
right tools prior to putting any system into production (such as
the service and productivity tools available for your Red Hat
"Red Hat Enterprise Linux has been available on Power since
November of 2003 with the release of RHEL AS 3 for Power. It was
updated to provide support for the p5, OpenPower and JS20 Blades in
August of 2004 with Update 3..."
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