day2day UNIX is a website dedicated to contribute to the vast array of technical expertise for UNIX-like operating systems. Linux and AIX are two descendent’s of UNIX which I am closely associated with. I use Linux on my Desktop/Laptop, Android on my mobile and contribute to VIOS and AIX ( as an employee of India Software Labs, IBM ). I believe, it is the result of contributions from folks around the world that we have a huge repository of information on UNIX. This website is my effort to contribute to the same cause. Hope you will enjoy and benefit from the articles as much as I do posting them.
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- Configure SAS controller/disk for use in AIX/VIOS partition May 15, 2016
- Enhanced num_cmd_elems attribute for virtual FC ( NPIV ) AIX March 19, 2016
- Shared Storage Pool v5 enhancements December 7, 2015
- Disk level validation for LPM of NPIV LPAR December 4, 2015