Whether you're a newly minted AIX administrator or a gray-bearded RS/6000 guru, you likely know that AIX isn't your granddad's Unix. Although standard Unix shell commands, such as ls and grep, work fine under AIX, IBM developers often took the road less traveled when developing commands for administering hardware or low-level OS functions. Thus AIX includes hundreds of commands that perform functions unique to the AIX Power platform—commands you won't find in other Unix ...

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