AIX 5L and Windows 2000: Side by Side by IBM Redbooks

By IBM Redbooks

The item of this redbook is to illustrate the AIX 5L and home windows 2000 systems to teach the reader similarities and changes among each one working approach. even if you're a home windows professional trying to examine extra concerning the most modern model of AIX, AIX 5L, or are an AIX professional and want to tell your self of the newest home windows platform, home windows 2000, you'll find every one bankruptcy during this redbook covers the elemental applied sciences that make every one working approach what it is.In resulting chapters, we are going to speak about basic working procedure options, architectures, open criteria compliances, and product packaging for either AIX 5L and home windows 2000. Then, we will pass into the person interfaces for either, garage administration, defense criteria compliance and operations, and entire structures administration. eventually, we'll supply a detailed dialogue of networking ideas on either structures and reveal the complete volume of scalability and excessive availability on either AIX 5L and home windows 2000.Furthermore, whereas no longer a lot has replaced in home windows 2000, AIX is comparatively new on the time of penning this redbook, and we will make a different aspect of declaring the diversities among AIX 5L and the former model, AIX model 4.3.3.

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Using this terminology, previous releases of AIX can be considered to consist of one memory pool and one frame set. 3 and the higher can have all of its system-wide memory frames managed with multiple memory pools. Each pool has roughly the same number of frames (so that the system is balanced) and the frames in a pool are organized in multiple frame sets. Chapter 2. Operating system architecture 23 The number of frame sets and the number of memory pools depend on the number of CPUs and the amount of real memory in the system.

The /opt file system Also new to AIX in 5L is the /opt or “optional” directory. This directory is reserved for the installation of add-on application software packages and is integral to AIX 5L’s new affinity with Linux applications. Deactivating Active Paging Space This command provides new flexibility (does not require rebooting) when changing configurations, moving paging space to another device, or dividing paging space up between drives. Until this release, allocated and activated paging space must stay active until the next re-boot.

1 Pre-Windows 2000 operating systems from Microsoft While operating systems do provide an interface for applications and users, the key purpose of any OS is to enable hardware. In the early 1980s, Microsoft entered the PC operating system arena with its MS-DOS product to enable 8086 architecture hardware. As hardware advanced, Microsoft enhanced MS-DOS to enable the new technologies like larger hard drives, support for more RAM, and higher resolution graphic adapters. The latter spurred Microsoft to develop a graphical shell for DOS called Windows.

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