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Name AIX
Developer IBM 
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AIX (Advanced Interactive eXecutive) is the name given to a series of proprietary operating systems sold by IBM for several of its computer system platforms, based on UNIX System V with 4.3BSD-compatible command and programming interface extensions. AIX runs on 32-bit or 64-bit IBM POWER or PowerPC CPUs (depending on version) and can address up to 32 terabytes (TB) of random access memory. The JFS2 file system—first introduced by IBM as part of AIX—allows computer files and partitions over 4 petabytes in size.

VersionDescriptionRatingQEMU versionEmulated systemTest resultsComments
5.2.0-11Version released on 18th October 2002GarbageCVS20040804PowerPC PReP platform10
6.1IBM’s well-proven, scalable, open standards-based UNIX® operating systemGarbage0.13.0PowerPC PReP platform10

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