AIX Reference for Sun Solaris Administrators
by IBM Redbooks
Publisher: Vervante 2002
Number of pages: 558
In today's heterogeneous computer environments, especially UNIX servers and workstations, it is essential that the system administrator have basic knowledge of different operating systems. This redbook is written for Sun Solaris administrators who wants to transfer their knowledge of Solaris UNIX skills to the AIX 5L operating system. This redbook will basically compare system administration tasks in Solaris 8 to AIX 5L Version 5.1. The book shows the reader similarities and differences between each operating system.
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