Rob McNelly

Rob McNelly




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  • Returning to AIX
    07/10/2018
  • AIX Implementation Best Practices Updated for POWER9
    06/26/2018
  • What are your resource needs? You'll know when you know
    06/20/2018
  • New Doesn't Always Mean Improved
    06/12/2018
  • POWER9 Performance Best Practices
    06/05/2018
  • Booting an LPAR from a USB Port

    Have you booted LPARs from your USB ports? It was much easier than I thought it would be.

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    Posted: July 11, 2017 |

    Info on VIO Commands

    I want to highlight a few VIO commands, and point you to where you can find even more commands.

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    Posted: June 27, 2017 |

    PowerHA Now Includes HTML Reporting Capability

    This blog post is about PowerHA and its new HTML reporting capability.

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    Posted: June 20, 2017 |

    Service and Productivity Tools for LoP Users

    If you're running Linux on Power, are you running these service and productivity tools?

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    Posted: June 13, 2017 |

    A Techie's Guide to Recreational Reading

    What sort of person actually enjoys reading through random IBM support documentation? A lot of us, I imagine. I know I do. I find reading docs in my spare time helps me when I'm actually dealing with a problem. I'll remember reading something, and even if I don't recall where I saw it, I can usually locate it with minimal digging.

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    Posted: June 06, 2017 |

    IBM Spectrum Protect Live Demo

    Recently I was shown a link to the IBM Spectrum Protect Live Demo, and I thought I'd tell you about my experience with it.

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    Posted: May 30, 2017 |

    CoD Remains an Under-Utilized Option

    Although Capacity on Demand has been around for years, I still encounter customers who are unaware of this option. So here's a primer/reminder.

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    Posted: May 23, 2017 |

    How to Seize Information About Your SEAs

    Shared Ethernet adapters have matured as a technology. A few years ago when SEAs were new and a little more esoteric, they were occasionally misconfigured, leading to network issues. Now that we have more experience with them, I don't hear about many problems with SEAs these days.

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    Posted: May 16, 2017 |

    About Processor Modes

    During the build out of a new POWER8 server, we were loading VIO server. We were using the classic HMC interface, and a user clicked on the profile after VIOS was running. He checked the hardware tab, and in that tab, they happened to see the processor compatibility mode.

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    Posted: May 09, 2017 |

    There's Still Something About the Good Old Days of Tech

    I like to check my Twitter analytics to get a feel for the kinds of topics that my followers find interesting. You can learn the number of impressions and engagements for each individual tweet, as well as your overall engagement rate.

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    Posted: May 02, 2017 |

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