Some configuration changes on AIX take effect immediately, but somehow don't survive the reboot. Conversely, there are other changes you can make that only come into play the next time you reboot. Once you're aware of both these potential problems, you can avoid AIX reboot gotchas. A simple reboot can change your configuration in ways you didn't expect: device settings, performance tuning parameters, or even booting from the wrong boot device. In the first article of this ...

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