The following tools are available for POWER Linux servers running SLES 11 that are not Blade servers and are not managed by an HMC. The Tool name link provides a brief description of the tool. Click the Download link to download the tool package.
[ Last updated 10 May 2016 ]
Tool packages must be installed in the order listed in the table.
Open Source packages are now available directly from SUSE. To obtain and install these RPMs, do one of the following:
In addition to the GNU Public License (GPL), each of these packages includes its own licensing information. Please consult the individual tools for their licensing information.
The freeware packages ("Code") provided here are made available as a convenience to IBM customers. IBM does not own the Code, and did not develop or exhaustively test the Code. IBM does not provide support for the Code. These packages are available for download via http://www14.software.ibm.com/webapp/set2/sas/f/lopdiags/yum.html.
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