This IBM Redbooks publication focuses on the differences introduced in AIX 5L through Version . when compared to AIX .
This IBM Redbooks publication focuses on the differences introduced in AIX 5L through Version . when compared to AIX Version . For customers who are familiar with AIX 5L Version ., features that are new in AIX 5L Version . are indicated by a version number (. 0) in the title of the section.
This IBM Redbooks publication focuses on the differences introduced in AIX 5L Version . when compared to AIX 5L Version .
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AIX 5L is available for POWER and Itanium-based systems. AIX 5L was made generally available May 4, 2001. AIX 5L for Itanium-based systems is available as a PRPQ. Both platforms were developed from the same common code base.
AIX 5L introduces many new features, including Linux affinity, 32- and 64-bit kernel and application support, virtual IP, quality of service enhancements, enhanced error logging, dynamic paging space reduction, hot-spare disk management, advanced Workload Manager, JFS2, and others. The availability of an improved Web-based System Manager continues AIX's move towards a standard, unified interface for system tools. There are many other enhancements available with AIX 5L, and you can explore them in this redbook.
This publication is a companion publication to the previously published AIX Version 4.3 Differences Guide, SG24-2014, Third Edition, which focused on the enhancements introduced in AIX Version 4.3.3.