By Jim Hoskins

The eServer pSeries is IBM’s strategic family members of UNIX pcs. This up-to-date evaluate and reference discusses the newest pSeries versions, suggestions, disk garage, printers, tape drives, UNIX working process improvements, e-business software program, screens, community stations, and masses extra. additionally addressed are company matters similar to leasing as opposed to paying for, upkeep recommendations, expense justification, and workplace ergonomics. Hypothetical case reports of small, medium, and massive companies illustrate tips on how to clear up actual company issues of pSeries options. This replaces 1885068816.

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LPAR operation is controlled from an IBM 7315-C02 HMC, which may be shared with other pSeries servers running LPAR. LPAR is described in greater detail in “A Closer Look” later in this chapter. 34 Exploring IBM ~ pSeries In addition to the expandability of the p630 server itself and the ability to configure it into logical partitions, each running an independent copy of the operating system, the rack-mount p630-6C4 is supported, along with other pSeries servers, in massively parallel Cluster 1600 systems.

7 GHz, with half a terabyte (512 GB) of main memory capacity. The multichip packaging technology of the POWER4+ architecture enables configurations optimized for the technical and scientific markets. The p690 also introduced to the pSeries family logical partitioning, developed from IBM’s extensive mainframe systems experience. Logical partitioning allows a system administrator to allocate system resources (processors, memory, I/O devices) to specific applications, effectively creating several independent systems for each application or group of applications.

The processor options are the following: • 1- or 2-way 375 MHz POWER3-II with 4 MB of L2 cache per processor • 2-way 375 MHz POWER3-II with 8 MB of L2 cache per processor • 2-way 450 MHz POWER3-II with 8 MB of L2 cache per processor Using the 375 MHz processor options with 4 MB of L2 cache, one can configure a pSeries 640 as a 1-, 2-, 3-, or 4-way system. Using either of the options with 8 MB of L2 cache, only 2- or 4-way configurations are possible. Processor upgrades to add a second processor card or to move from a less powerful to a higher performance processor(s) are available.

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