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This article is about the operating system. For the integrated library system, see Dynix (software).
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|Developer||Sequent Computer Systems|
|OS family||Unix-like (BSD)|
DYNIX (dynamic unix) is a discontinued operating system developed by Sequent Computer Systems. It is based on 4.2BSD, modified to run on symmetric multiprocessor hardware. DYNIX was succeeded by DYNIX/ptx, which was based on UNIX System V.
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