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Ziele:
- Identify the features of AIX and RS/6000. - Identify the functions of the AIX system administrator. - Identify the hardware requirements for the installation of AIX 4.3. - Identify types of files on AIX. - Identify the commands used to manage groups with WSM and SMIT. - Identify the commands used to manage groups with the command-line interface (CLI). - Identify the commands used in the error-logging process. - Identify the reasons for continuous AIX performance monitoring. - Identify CLI commands that are available for performance monitoring.
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The audience would typically be using Unix as an operating system for multiple tasks. Examples of such tasks would be managing files, printing, running applications, programming, database administration etc.
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Kurs 13636 - IBM/AIX Part 1: Basic Administration
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Course Overview

In this course, you will learn about installing and setting up an IBM/AIX system. You will learn about system administration. Finally, you will learn about methods for optimizing the system.

Deployment Options

Self-Study

Total Learning Time

6 to 8 hours

Objectives

Unit 1: Installation and Startup 2 - 3 hours

- Identify the features of AIX and RS/6000.
- Identify the functions of the AIX system administrator.
- Identify the hardware requirements for the installation of AIX .
- Identify the procedure for installing AIX.
- Identify the post-installation procedures for AIX.
- Identify the steps of the boot process of an AIX system.
- Identify the modes of operation of an RS/6000 system.
- Identify the startup events of an AIX system.
- Shut down an AIX system.
- Identify the commands related to creating a tape boot image.
- Identify the features of Web-based System Manager (WSM).
- Identify the features of System Management Interface Tool (SMIT).
- Manage additional software installations with WSM.
- Identify the AIX Help options.

Unit 2: System Administration 2 - 3 hours

- Manage users with WSM and SMIT.
- Manage users with the command-line interface (CLI).
- Identify types of files on AIX.
- Identify the commands used to manage groups with WSM and SMIT.
- Identify the commands used to manage groups with the command-line interface (CLI).
- Identify the features of the Logical Volume Manager (LVM).
- Identify the types of AIX file systems.
- Identify the AIX CLI commands that can be used to manage a file system.
- Identify the features of the SMIT and WSM filesystem managers.
- Mount a file system by using the command-line interface (CLI).
- Modify a file system.
- Identify the features of disk mirroring.
- Identify the standard AIX permission bits.
- Identify the features of access control lists (ACLs).
- Identify AIX roles.
- Identify types of backup media.
- Identify backup command-line interface (CLI) commands.
- Identify the procedure for using the mksysb system backup command.
- Identify the procedures for restoring files from a system backup.
- Identify the guidelines for recovering from a disaster.

Unit 3: System Resources 2 hours

- Track the status of active processes.
- Schedule processes with the command-line interface (CLI).
- Identify the commands used in the error-logging process.
- Identify the reasons for continuous AIX performance monitoring.
- Identify CLI commands that are available for performance monitoring.
- Identify the guidelines for achieving optimal system performance.
- Identify the features of AIX system devices and drivers.
- Identify the procedure for configuring devices.
- Identify the features of the performance diagnostic tool (PDT).
- Perform system tuning operations.
- Identify the features of the Object Data Manager (ODM).

Course Access

Each student has access to the course for a period of 6 months from the day of enrollment in the course.
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