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AIX

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AIX Unicode Regular Expression Support

IBM locale definitions were used to build all locale objects until 2003, when the Unicode Consortium developed the Common Locale Data Repository (CLDR) for building new UTF-8 locales. Those IBM defined locales (e.g IBM legacy locales) were named l...
over 3 years ago in AIX 1 Future consideration

Add DFS support to smbc client for AIX

Some clients require support for DFS support. Currently, smbc.rte does not provide this functionality.
over 2 years ago in AIX 0 Future consideration

OpenSSL: Remove weak ciphers

OpenSSL is provided with the AIX base operating systems but it currently differs from the core open source offering on GitHub by deliverying a significant number of old and weak cipers. Core OpenSSL provides just 27 ciphers in its default build bu...
over 5 years ago in AIX 9 Planned for future release

Enhancement request for iostat on NVMe disks

On AIX for NVMe the disk iostat tool currently does not provide data for read service time, write service time and queue service time sections. Is there a way to enable the additional statistics or will it be enabled in a future software update (V...
about 1 year ago in AIX 0 Future consideration

Port OpenSCAP to AIX

Please port OpenSCAP to AIX either native or RPM package format will do. https://www.open-scap.org/
almost 7 years ago in AIX 4 Not under consideration

CISCO Switch Port information with CDP Protocol

We need support of CISCO Switch LAN CDP Protocol and want to see this information in AIX about Switch capabilities, port connected on AIX side to which port on switch side This is in VMWare standard and helps in analysis oft LAN Port problems and ...
over 6 years ago in AIX 4 Not under consideration

When the GB18030-2022 standard for AIX will be released

GB18030-2022 is a national mandatory standard that has been officially implemented since August 1 this year. As a formal state-owned enterprise, the client is also required by the superiors to enforce this standard.
10 months ago in AIX 0 Future consideration

AIX support for NTP-NTS (Network Time Security)

We want to secure our ntp time synchronisation with NTS (Network Time Security) as the alternatives are insecure (autokey) or complex to manage (machine individual key setup). Maybe you can add NTPsec (ntpd fork) or chrony as additional package?ht...
over 2 years ago in AIX 0 Future consideration

LKU - release lvup_rootvg surrogate disk without a reboot

Live Kernal Update - release surrogate disk without a reboot.
over 3 years ago in AIX 1 Not under consideration

Improve errpt CORE_DUMP entries to refer back to executable image that was running

When using dbx to analyze a core file that was dumped, the executable binary that was running must be used in combination with the core file to identify the exact instruction that caused the core dump. In the errpt CORE_DUMP entry there is the ful...
10 months ago in AIX 0 Future consideration