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AIX for System Administrators 2020-04-01 17:05:00

SMUI (System Mirror User Interface)PowerHA V7.2 includes a browser-based GUI to monitor cluster environments, which is called PowerHA SMUI.SMUI provides following functions:- Monitors the status for all clusters, sites, nodes, and RGs in your environme… Continue Reading — AIX for System Administrators 2020-04-01 17:05:00


AIX for System Administrators 2020-04-01 17:03:00

Resource, Resource Group Resources: File systems, service IPs, applications… which are highly available (These can be moved from one node to another.)Resource Group (RG): Those resources which are grouped together, and moved together during a failoverDefault node priority: The order in which the nodes are defined in...


AIX for System Administrators 2020-04-01 16:49:00

NFSPowerHA provides highly available NFS services, which allows the backup NFS server to recover the current NFS activity if the primary NFS server fails. This feature is available only for two-node clusters when using NFSv2/NFSv3, and more than two nodes when using NFSv4. If NFS exports...


[$] Three candidates vying to be DPL

The annual Debian project leader (DPL) election is well underway at this point; voting begins in early April and the outcome will be known after the polls close on April 18. Outgoing DPL Sam Hartman posted a lengthy “non-platform” in the run-up to the election, which detailed...


How a data science workstation can enhance AI productivity

Dell’s data science workstation is a purpose built, “heavy AI” development enterprise-class workstation for Data Scientists. In this joint webinar between Dell (Kyle Harper) and Canonical (Eduardo Aguilar) we will introduce our joint AI workstation solution to the market, consisting of Dell hardware and NVIDIA GPU,...


Amazon Elastic File System announces 400% increase in read operations for General Purpose mode file systems

Starting today, Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS) General Purpose mode file systems support up to 35,000 read operations per second, a 400% increase from the previous limit of 7,000. Maximum write operations are unchanged at 7,000 per second. Continue Reading — Amazon Elastic File System...


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