HP-UX new links:
http://www.itjobswatch.co.uk/
skill.aspx?id=1085
ITJobsWatch offers a free and unique perspective on today’s IT jobs market. Our aim is to present a concise and accurate map of the prevailing IT jobs market conditions.
http://docs.hp.com/hpux/onlinedocs/os/
KCparams.OverviewAll.html
Certain kernel operating parameters can be configured to fit specific system needs, resulting in better performance or more effective allocation of resources.
http://www.faqs.org/faqs/hp/hpux-faq/ the latest HP-UX FAQ
http://www.southwestcomputersolutions.com
This site is for buying very cheap HP Unix Workstations. This is for the Unix Students/Admins who wants to learn HP-UX without having to pay thousands on Unix workstations or servers.
http://searchhp.techtarget.com/
http://performance.techservers.hp.com/ All HP servers are shipped with default settings. However, you can adjust these settings to achieve optimum performance for large, computationally complex applications. These types of applications usually need more swap space and larger data and stack sizes.
http://hpux.cae.wisc.edu/hppd/FAQ/ This article contains the answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) seen in the Usenet newsgroup comp.sys.hp.hpux. Issues may also be discussed in comp.sys.hp.apps, comp.sys.hp.misc, and comp.sys.hp.hardware.
http://devresource.hp.com/devresource/
Docs/DocLibrary.html
HP developer's resource site document library
http://www.hp-partners.com/
edaweb_public/html/technical_support/tuning.html
HP-UX Kernel Tuning and Performance Guide Getting The Best Performance
ftp://contrib:9unsupp8@hprc.external.hp.com
This account is a read-only collection of unsupported tools, FAQs and white papers. The tools are not supported although the author may allow email communication for bug reports.
http://enfm.utcc.utoronto.ca/~mikep/
HPTRICKS
If you are migrating software to HP-UX, or are just new to the HP-UX development environment, HP has a new document which should help ease your transition. It is the "SunOS to HP-UX 9.05