I've worked extensively with Solaris, IRIX, Linux, and AIX for over twenty
years (not Linux - only since release 0.9?) - and in my opinion, AIX has
features that from it's inception were better than it's competitors - Logical
Volumes when no one else had them - and SMIT - which made system
administration simple. I've worked with AIX on accounts which had migrated
from mainframes to AIX - and was pleased to find it
could scale to meet the
Many of today's *NIXes have caught up to AIX in features and function - But
that doesn't detract from its essential qualities and history.
On Tuesday 30 March 2004 08:04, Jay West wrote:
I'm sorry, but I've worked extensively on many
differen't unices, and AIX
is truely evil. Guess if it's the only unix you deal with so you don't keep
having to switch mentality between AIX and everything else...
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