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Implementing Linux with IBM Disk Storage

Bertrand Dufrasne

Implementing Linux with IBM Disk Storage

by Bertrand Dufrasne

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Published by IBM.Com/Redbooks .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Information Storage & Retrieval,
  • Computers - General Information

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages282
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10606990M
    ISBN 100738453471
    ISBN 109780738453477

    The only fault I can find with the book is that it has a real HP viewpoint. While Sun, Linux, etc are all on the HP bandwagon, it seems IBM is doing their own thing (as usual). You can get an FC adapter for your AIX box, and they're one of the big players, but they also have a competing SAN scheme that's different than this "standard way"/5(6). IBM System Storage offerings Fuel your innovation engine with complete solutions that leverage IBM’s unmatched expertise, strong synergy between servers and storage, award-winning storage soft­ ware and extensive partner network. Get the most value from your information. Protect and fully leverage your information assets by using.

    Enhancing QEMU virtio-scsi with Block Limits vital product data (VPD) emulation. QEMU provides support for virtual machines to use SCSI storage directly with SCSI pass-through, using the virtio-blk or virtio-scsi storage. As also the Technical leader, I have to provide technical support, implementing projects covering Unix, Storage and High Availability solutions using IBM, SUN, HP servers and Storage : LabService Storage and Power .

      An Introduction to Storage Terminology and Concepts in Linux. While the Linux kernel can recognize a raw disk, the drive cannot be used as-is. To use it, it must be formatted. Formatting is the process of writing a filesystem to the disk and preparing it for file : Justin Ellingwood. IBM Tivoli Storage Manager for Linux: Administrator's Guide. Using Cache on Disk Storage Pools. When defining or updating disk storage pools, you can enable or disable cache. When cache is disabled and migration occurs, the server migrates the files to the next storage pool and erases the files from the disk storage pool.


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