Logging into an AIX system
|Type:||Multitasking, multiuser UNIX|
|Architecture:||RT/PC, RS/6000, IBM 386, System/370|
|This Version:||7.2 for RS/6000, PPC, up to POWER9|
AIX 1 was jointly developed by IBM Austin, IBM Yorktown and Interactive Systems Corporation, based on System III and SVR1 of Unix SYSV, and released for the RT PC. It suffered from the expected limitations of a first release. Later, October, 1992, AIX version 1.3 ran on the PS/2 and some compatibles.
AIX 2 supported the second version of the RT PC hardware and capabilities planned for the first release.
AIX 3 was designed to overcome limitations of prior versions and support the RS/6000. In addition, companion versions were released for PS/2 and System/370, including TCF (Transparent Computing Facility) based on LOCUS.
More Linux- and POSIX compatibility. Some POSIX thread library functions that are only stubs in 5.x are actually working in 6.1 (e.g. some locking functions that appear to be available in 5.1 but aren't locking anything!)
- Let’s start at the very beginning… 801, ROMP, RT/PC, AIX versions - describes the initial 3 versions
- IBM RT Personal Computer Technology - covers AIX 1
- Advanced Interactive Executive (AIX) Operating System Overview - covers AIX 2
- IBM AIX Family Definition Overview - covers AIX 3
- AIX 3 Technology
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