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27.2. IBM Redbooks for System z

Current versions of the Redbooks can be found at They include:
Introductory publications

IBM Redbooks . 2007. Introduction to the New Mainframe: z/VM Basics. SG24-7316.

IBM Redbooks . 2008. z/VM and Linux on IBM System z The Virtualization Cookbook for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2. SG24-7492.

IBM Redbooks . 2009. Practical Migration to Linux on System z. SG24-7727.

Performance and high availability

IBM Redbooks . 2008. Linux on IBM System z: Performance Measurement and Tuning. SG24-6926.

IBM Redbooks . 2009. Achieving High Availability on Linux for System z with Linux-HA Release 2. SG24-7711.


IBM Redbooks . 2010. Security for Linux on System z. SG24-7728.

IBM Redbooks . 2006. Using Cryptographic Adapters for Web Servers with Linux on IBM System z9 and zSeries. REDP-4131.


IBM Redbooks . 2009. IBM System z Connectivity Handbook. SG24-5444.

IBM Redbooks . 2009. OSA Express Implementation Guide. SG24-5948.

IBM Redbooks . 2007. HiperSockets Implementation Guide. SG24-6816.

IBM Redbooks . 2007. Fibre Channel Protocol for Linux and z/VM on IBM System z. SG24-7266.

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