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Difference UDB AIX and DB2 Mainframe

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Hi,

I need very urgent in a few plain words the main difference between UDB/DB2 zOS and UDB AIX.
Just a few words about the different concepts (e.g. subsystem versa instance...) or a link to a document describung these differences....

Any help will be highly appreciated.

Andreas Ochs

PS: Sorry for my English, I am not a native speaker...
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