scott scott at
Sun Jun 13 05:57:09 PDT 2004

just got back from being sent on one of these myself !

there seemed to be quite a lot of emphasis on AIX and how it works with 
storage (IBM storage that is, ESS/Shark) and SAN (about 2 dozen commands 
specifically dealing with getting data relating to physical/virtual 
storage elements etc. etc.)

they also covered SMIT, the AIX management tool in some depth (it's a 
bit like a character based version of Webmin !!)

other than that, fairly common ground, some diefferences in the 
locations of certain config files etc. etc., but if you use SMIT then 
it's all transparent


arden wrote:
> hi all 
> my company is sending me on an aix/rs6000 course next month Ive been
> using  Linux as my main OS for 2 years (thats when M$ went for good from
> my home :) )and been "playing" with BSD for about 6 months 
> are there any fundamental differences i should be aware of before
> admitting any knowledge of *nix 
> Arden 
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