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How different is I/O handling of hard disk in AIX and Redhat Linux?

I am running a hadoop I/O workload in redhat linux and have ran that in IBM AIX as well with same underlying hardware, disk and disk configuration. With the default settings on the os redhat linux is ...
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Perl alternative for screen/tmux for the UNIX world?

What happens when a screen/tmux-like solution is needed (to leave a process running for a long time, but not with nohup because interaction could be needed) - but screen/tmux is not available on the ...
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Is there any way to check df -k hanging for nfs mount issues?

I am trying to write a script for such failure scenarios. In a scenario where maybe, if remote connection is lost, df waits for the remote server to respond (looks like df is hanging). I know I could ...
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How to shut down or reboot a machine? [on different OSes]

What parameters do the "shutdown" command [or other command?] NEED, TO BE SURE that the machine reboots or shuts down for SURE? e.x.: version for Linux: # cat /etc/SuSE-release SUSE Linux ...
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Can I have my own version control system?

In the linux/unix machine I am using, I am just a normal user. However, I want a version control system to manage my files to prevent accidental delete/rename/lost/modification. Obviously I don't have ...
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How to run a fresh version of AIX in a Virtual Machine with a Linux host?

I need to learn about AIX, and I only have a laptop with Fedora 14/VirtualBox on it. Is there any chance that I could run an AIX guest in my VirtualBox? My laptop has an Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU ...
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Why is file ownership inconsistent between two systems mounting the same NFS share?

I have one IBM AIX server (serverA) which is connected to the san storage. I have created a volume group and also file system (jfs2) and mounted to directory /profit. After that I created a NFS ...
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What is the Linux equivalent of bootinfo command?

bootinfo for AIX: ...shows whether the hardware in use is 32-bit or 64-bit. What command/utility for Linux would do this job?