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Installing and running Linux on IBM p5 systems

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Mixing Linux with p5 architecture can help your IT shop reap rewards in support, gain the capacity to run on a 32-way system and more.
A p5 system is one that runs on IBM Power architecture with the new Power5 chip. The Power5 chip, released in 2005, is the fifth generation of IBM's line of POWER processors. Power5 brings simultaneous multithreading capabilities through the new architectural design of its core.
 read more | score:7840 | -janewalker6847, April 28, 2006
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