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IBM releases Linux storage software

IBM released software on Tuesday to make it easier for Linux computer administrators to control some IBM storage systems. Big Blue released a Linux version of its Global Array Manager, software for installing, configuring, monitoring and managing "arrays" of hard disks connected to a server. The software supports PCI Hot Plug, a technology that lets people remove a faulty array controller card from a server's PCI slot without shutting the server down, IBM said. The company already has versions of the array manager software for Windows, Novell NetWare and other Intel computer operating systems.

IBM released software on Tuesday to make it easier for Linux computer administrators to control some IBM storage systems. Big Blue released a Linux version of its Global Array Manager, software for installing, configuring, monitoring and managing "arrays" of hard disks connected to a server.

The software supports PCI Hot Plug, a technology that lets people remove a faulty array controller card from a server's PCI slot without shutting the server down, IBM said. The company already has versions of the array manager software for Windows, Novell NetWare and other Intel computer operating systems.