IBM Linux Redbooks


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1. Linux Performance and Tuning Guidelines, REDP-4285-00
Published 5 Jul 2007, last updated 25 Apr 2008, Rating: (based on 20 reviews)
2. IBM Power Systems S814 and S824 Technical Overview and Introduction, REDP-5097-00
Published 11 Aug 2014, last updated 31 Aug 2014, Rating: (based on 1 review)
3. Useful TCP/IP and FTP Commands, TIPS-0091-00
Published 26 Nov 2002, Rating: (based on 7 reviews)
4. NIM from A to Z in AIX 5L, SG24-7296-00
Published 30 May 2007, Rating: (based on 19 reviews)
5. IBM Power 770 and 780 (9117-MMC, 9179-MHC) Technical Overview and Introduction, REDP-4798-00
Published 9 Dec 2011, last updated 4 Dec 2012
6. IBM Power System S822 Technical Overview and Introduction, REDP-5102-00
Published 11 Aug 2014, Rating: (based on 2 reviews)
7. IBM PowerKVM Configuration and Use, SG24-8231-00
Published 4 Oct 2014, Rating: (based on 1 review)
8. IBM Power Systems S812L and S822L Technical Overview and Introduction, REDP-5098-00
Published 11 Aug 2014, Rating: (based on 2 reviews)
9. Performance Optimization and Tuning Techniques for IBM Processors, including IBM POWER8, SG24-8171-00
Published 11 Jul 2014, Rating: (based on 1 review)
10. Solaris to Linux Migration: A Guide for System Administrators, SG24-7186-00
Published 2 Feb 2006, last updated 3 Feb 2006, Rating: (based on 9 reviews)

The above is a list of the most popular IBM Redbooks publications on Linux. Most of these Redbooks are available in Adobe PDF format and may be viewed online or downloaded for offline viewing and printing. Read our How to buy page for details on how to order a bound hardcopy.




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