I tried searching on google and other search engine to about difference between hacmp and powerHA but failed.
could someone please suggest someting on this ?
Thanks in Advanaced!
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Re: difference between HACMP and powerHA2012-07-06T10:21:29Z in response to SystemAdminSimply stated, 'PowerHA SystemMirror for AIX' is the new name of the SW product formerly known as 'HACMP'.
The product documentation is available here:
Re: difference between HACMP and powerHA2012-08-16T22:27:40Z in response to ClaudioUp till Version 5.4, or strictly speaking 5.4.1.x HACMP (High Availability Cluster Multiprocessor) is known as HACMP.
Version 5.5 was Re-branded as IBM PowerHA (effectively the same as HACMP, of course with more features etc with each subsequent releases).
Next Major Version v 6.1 was further Re-branded as IBM PowerHA SystemMirror
The latest version i.e 7.1 is hence known as PowerHA SystemMirror 7.1
But all of them are essentially IBM HACMP Cluster/High Availability solution for Aix and Linux on Power and System-i.
Hope this clarifies.