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Ziele:
- Identify the features of HP-UX versions 10 and 11. - Identify the function of the HP-UX system administrator. - Identify the hardware requirements for installing HP-UX. - Identify the location of user setup and login files. - Identify the features of the Logical Volume Manager (LVM). - Identify the types of file systems supported by HP-UX. - Identify the command-line interface (CLI) commands that can be used to manage processes. - Identify the features of System Log Files in System Administration Manager (SAM). - Identify the methods of determining how system resources are used.
Anforderungen:
This course covers all the UNIX implementation tracks aimed at a system administrator and the following job roles: End User, Application Developer, Technical Manager, System Analyst, System Administrator, Software Engineer, Database Administrator, Help Desk/Support.
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Kurs 13638 - HP-UX Part 1: Basic Administration
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Course Overview

The first course in the HP/UX implementation track covers basic user and system administration in the HP/UX environment. It focuses on the common skills that an administrator will perform and how they are handled in this flavor of Unix.

Deployment Options

Self-Study

Total Learning Time

6 to 8 hours

Objectives

Unit 1: Installation and Startup 2 - 3 hours

- Identify the features of HP-UX versions 10 and 11.
- Identify the function of the HP-UX system administrator.
- Identify the hardware requirements for installing HP-UX.
- Identify the features of normal installation and advanced installation for HP-UX.
- Identify the post-installation procedures for HP-UX.
- Identify the procedure for booting an HP-UX system.
- Identify the boot options for HP-UX.
- Identify the HP-UX startup options.
- Shut down the HP-UX system.
- Identify the features of the System Administration Manager (SAM).
- Identify software installation commands in HP-UX by using SD-UX.
- Identify the features of HP-UX Help.

Unit 2: System Administration 2 - 3 hours

- Add a user by using System Administration Manager (SAM).
- Modify user settings by using System Administration Manager (SAM).
- Add users with the command-line interface.
- Modify user settings with the command-line interface.
- Identify the location of user setup and login files.
- Create groups with the System Administrator Manager (SAM).
- Manage groups with the command-line interface.
- Identify the features of the Logical Volume Manager (LVM).
- Identify the types of file systems supported by HP-UX.
- Identify the command-line interface commands that can be used to manage a file system.
- Identify the function of System Administrator Manager (SAM) in file system management.
- Mount a file system.
- Modify a mount configuration.
- Identify the features of disk mirroring within the Logical Volume Manager (LVM).
- Set up a new hard disk by using SAM.
- Identify the features of Unix file permissions.
- Identify the features of access control lists (ACLs).
- Identify the guidelines for backup scheduling.
- Identify the considerations involved in selecting backup media.
- Identify the command-line interface backup commands available in HP_UX.
- Perform a backup with System Administrator Manager (SAM)
- Restore files from a backup with System Administration Manager (SAM).
- Identify the guidelines for recovering from a disaster.

Unit 3: Optimizing the System 2 hours

- Control processes using System Administration Manager (SAM).
- Schedule processes by using System Administration Manager (SAM).
- Identify the command-line interface (CLI) commands that can be used to manage processes.
- Identify the features of System Log Files in System Administration Manager (SAM).
- Identify the methods of determining how system resources are used.
- Identify the CLI performance monitoring commands.
- Identify optimal system performance parameters.
- Identify the features of device files and drivers on HP-UX.
- Identify the features of device configurations in HP-UX.
- Identify the features of the GlancePlus performance monitoring tool.
- Tune the kernel parameters.

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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