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The Virtualization Cookbook for IBM z Systems Volume 1: IBM z/VM 6.3 by Ken Werner, Paul W Novak, Felipe Miranda, Berthold Gunreben, Lydia Parziale

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Planning and preparing for Linux workloads
Example isn’t another way to teach. It is the only way to teach.
— Albert Einstein
This chapter describes the necessary steps to begin your first Linux installation. It describes common tasks that are executed during administration, maintenance, and expansion to accommodate additional workloads.
6.1 Planning a Linux virtual machine
Every server needs the following minimal set of items to operate:
CPU
Memory (the mainframe term is storage; the Linux term is typically RAM)
Disk
Network
z/VM has several ...

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