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Old Unix and Linux 04-16-2009   -   Original Discussion by suresh_krish
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Hi Friends iam planning to do AIX course. I have experiance in Solaris10. I need to know which is the Latest AIX version in the industry using.. If possible can u give me some ideas about AIX
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Old Unix and Linux 04-16-2009   -   Original Discussion by suresh_krish
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Hi,

current AIX version are 5.3 and 6.1

When you are experienced in Solaris, I would suggest you have a look into this redbook that should give you a pretty thorough overview about whats different on AIX ...

IBM Redbooks | AIX Reference for Sun Solaris Administrators

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Old Unix and Linux 04-17-2009   -   Original Discussion by suresh_krish
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You may also check
1. IBM Certification Study Guide eServer p5 and pSeries Administration and Support for AIX 5L Version 5.3, SG24-7199-00
2.IBM eServer Certification Study Guide - pSeries AIX
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Yep, read it first.
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As you asked what industry is using, I suspect most installations are using 5.3, but this will probably reach end-of-support-life in 2011. Consequently 6.1 might be a better bet for the longer term.

The following link shows when products will cease to be supported:

IBM Software Support: System p product lifecycle dates
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Check the below blog to know more about AIX

Http://aix-power.blogspot.com
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