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Old 03-04-2005, 09:37 AM   #1
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Pseries vs. OpenP (IBM)


Using Linux on a P or Open P series server, can you dynamically adjust the partitions in the Open P too? or do you need the P since it has a seperate partition for the Hypervisor?

We are looking at the P (or OpenP) to start consolidating from SCO to SuSE, and then to Compiere on SuSE, we will need to Dynamically create partitions, then consolidate and resize on the fly.

the OpenP says you can't I was wondering if the regular P you can??

Anyone know?? or anyone doing it??



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