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Dell Power Solutions

Dell Power Solutions is your one-stop shop in today's complex IT environment. It offers a forum to help you discover solutions that work, learn best practices from peers, review customer success stories, and examine real-life deployments in the emerging a

Published: Tue,22 August 2006 17:00:00 CST

Last Build Date: Thu,01 February 2007 17:00:00 CST

Copyright: Copyright 2006 Dell Inc. All rights reserved.

Installing Dell OpenManage Server Administrator on Linux Platforms

Fri, 04 May 2007 05:00:00 CST

Administrators can choose from an array of different methods when installing Dell OpenManage™ Server Administrator 5.2 on supported Linux® operating systems. This article outlines the available local and remote deployment methods and how administrators can use them in enterprise environments.

Creating Fault-Tolerant Xen Virtualization at the Network Adapter Layer

Thu, 01 February 2007 05:00:00 CST

In development and production environments, fault tolerance at the physical network layer can be critical. Using the Linux® OS bonding driver with standardized networking configurations enables highly available, fault-tolerant physical layers for Xen guest domains.

Linux Device Naming

Thu, 01 February 2007 05:00:00 CST

Like other operating systems, the Linux® OS must discover, enumerate, and assign default names to hardware devices-tape drives, network adapters, USB devices, and the like-before these devices can be used. This article discusses methods for Linux device enumeration, how enumeration relates to default assigned names, and how administrators can modify these names.

Upgrading BIOS and Firmware on Linux-based Systems with Firmware-tools

Thu, 01 February 2007 05:00:00 CST

Firmware-tools, an open source development project, aims to simplify the process of upgrading BIOS and firmware on Linux® OS–based systems. This article discusses the firmware-tools architecture, which delivers and installs these upgrades using the native Red Hat® Package Manager (RPM™) format and native Linux change-management frameworks such as Novell® ZENworks® Linux Management and the yum tool.

Achieving High Availability in Linux-based Cluster Environments

Tue, 1 Aug 2006 05:00:00 CST

High availability is an important element of enterprise server clusters, helping minimize application downtime following a server failure. This article discusses commercial packages for creating highly available applica-tions and services on the Linux® platform, including popular options for both the Novell® SUSE® Linux Enter-prise Server and Red Hat® Enterprise Linux operating systems.

Managing Live Migrations from Novell NetWare to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

Tue, 1 Aug 2006 05:00:00 CST

For many IT departments, avoiding downtime for mission-critical systems during migrations and upgrades is a top priority. The Novell Cluster Services™ tool can help manage live cluster migrations from the Novell® Net-Ware® OS to Novell SUSE® Linux® Enterprise Server.

Managing UNIX and Linux Platforms in a Windows World

Tue, 1 May 2006 05:00:00 CST


Live Migration with Xen Virtualization Software

Tue, 1 May 2006 05:00:00 CST

For enterprise planning to evaluate Xen in their own environment, this article outlines an evaluation deployment of a LAMP application stack for live migration setup on a virtual machine using Xen open source software.

Accelerated HPC Productivity with Intel Cluster Ready Solutions

Tue, 7 Oct 2008 05:00:00 CST

The Intel® Cluster Ready program provides a standardized, replicable way to build and run high-performance computing (HPC) clusters, helping simplify cluster deployment and management. By using Intel Cluster Ready–certified Dell™ HPC clusters, organizations can quickly install and configure clusters to begin running registered HPC applications.