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What OS is your TSM server?

Discussion in 'TSM Installation, Upgrade and Configuration' started by cwilloug, Nov 7, 2016.

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What OS is your TSM server?

  1. TSM 6 on AIX

    12.3%
  2. TSM 7 on AIX

    36.8%
  3. TSM 6 on Windows 2012

    1.8%
  4. TSM 6 on Windows

    3.5%
  5. TSM 7 on Windows 2012

    14.0%
  6. TSM 7 on Windows

    5.3%
  7. TSM 6 on Linux flavor

    3.5%
  8. TSM 7 on Linux flavor

    22.8%
  1. cwilloug

    cwilloug ADSM.ORG Senior Member

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    Just looking for an updated survey on what people are running out in the wild.
     
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  3. cwilloug

    cwilloug ADSM.ORG Senior Member

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    We are currently on AIX 7.1 running TSM 7 with 3592-EO5 drives, looking at updating to EO8 drives, or LTO-7 drives, possible switch to Super Micro server from IBM p-series server.
    What is your hardware configuration?
     
  4. bigred15

    bigred15 ADSM.ORG Senior Member

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    TSM 7.1.7 on AIX 7.1 & TSM 7.1.7 on RHEL 6

    I'd pick IBM POWER with AIX over anything, otherwise I'd run it on RHEL. I wouldn't personally run anything on Windows other than a Domain Controller, but that's just me.
     

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