Linked by David Adams on Sat 17th May 2008 03:39 UTC, submitted by IdaAshley
General Unix Ever wonder what makes a computer tick or how a UNIX server does what it does? Discover what happens when you push the power button on your computer. This article discusses the different boot types, managing the AIX bootlist and the AIX boot sequence. After reading this article, you will better understand what exactly happens when your server starts.
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RE[2]: Comment by sonic2000gr
by kev009 on Sun 18th May 2008 00:49 UTC in reply to "RE: Comment by sonic2000gr"
kev009
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2006-11-30

You probably don't have much experience with OS/390 either, considering it runs on S/390 (now System z)...

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RE[3]: Comment by sonic2000gr
by Doc Pain on Sun 18th May 2008 10:05 in reply to "RE[2]: Comment by sonic2000gr"
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2006-10-08

Long time ago, brain not sufficiently functioning... :-)

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You probably don't have much experience with OS/390 either, considering it runs on S/390 (now System z)...


Of course you're right. It was OS/400 on the AS/400 (the older, beige ones), doing Cobol, Fortran, and of course JCL. By the way, on today's z Series sytems, you'll find z/OS, too (a system which I had the time to play a little with).

Off topic, ABEND. =^_^=

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