About HP-UX 11i
- What is HP-UX 11i?
- What does the "i" signify?
- I was expecting HP-UX 11.11. What happened to it?
- When will HP go back to the old numbering scheme?
- I heard HP-UX 11i was only for Superdome.
This is not true. HP-UX 11i is the operating system that enables the new Superdome high-end server. However, HP-UX 11i is truly an enterprise-wide release in that it supports all HP-UX workstations, technical servers, and commercial servers that are now capable of running HP-UX 11.0.
- What systems does HP-UX 11i support?
- Are there any other hardware restrictions?
My system has a 32-bit CPU. Can I use the 64-bit HP-UX 11i operating system?
Many of the systems listed above are 32-bit only. If your 32-bit system is on that list, then it certainly can run HP-UX 11i. Even though HP-UX 11i is presented as a complete 64-bit operating system, it has a 32-bit mode of operation that lets it run on legacy 32-bit systems.
- What about my applications? They are all built for my 32-bit systems. Do I have to get new, 64-bit applications?
- What are the three most significant new features delivered in HP-UX 11i?
• Bundling of HP-UX into market focused operating environments
• Consolidation of the user-based HP-UX license to use into one unlimited user LTU
• Complete binary compatibility with applications currently running on HP-UX 11.0
- What are operating environments?
- What are the four operating environments?
2. Enterprise operating environment
3. Mission critical operating environment
4. Technical computing operating environment
The first three operating environments support only commercial servers. The technical computing operating environment is for technical workstations and technical servers.
- What distinguishes them from each other?
- What determined their contents?
- My system has a 32-bit CPU. Can I use the 64-bit HP-UX 11i operating system?
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