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HP UX Online Training Course Content

Introduction to HP-UX Administration

  • The Role of the System Administrator
  • Hardware Responsibilities
  • Software Responsibilities

Services

  • Integrity rx2660,3600,6600,7640,7620,8640,superdomes
  • HP9000 rp3440,4440,7420,7440,8420,8440,superdomes
  • Blade servers(c7000,c3000,bl860c,bl870c)

Creating and Managing User Accounts

  • Users and Groups—Access to System and Data
  • What Defines a User Account?
  • The /etc/passwd File
  • The /etc/group File
  • Creating User Accounts with SAM
  • Creating User Templates in SAM
  • Deactivating and Removing Users with SAM
  • Managing Group Membership with SAM
  • Managing User Accounts from the Command Line
  • Changing User Passwords from the Command Line
  • Customizing User Accounts
  • Some Sample Customizations
  • The /etc/skel Directory

Guided Tour of the HP-UX File Hierarchy

  • Introducing the File System Paradigm
  • The File System Layout
  • Application Directories
  • Commands to Help You Navigate
  • HP-UX File System Hierarchy

Connecting Peripherals

  • The HP 9000 Product Family
  • I/O Architecture Terminology
  • I/O Expansion
  • Device Adapters
  • Types of SCSI
  • Viewing the Configuration with ioscan

 Configuring Device Files

  • What Is a Device File?
  • Listing Device Files with ll
  • Listing Device Files with ioscan
  • Listing Device Files with lssf
  • The Layout of /dev
  • Device File Naming Convention
  • Disk Device File Names
  • How Device Files are Created
  • Auto configuration
  • Creating Device Files with SAM
  • Creating a Device File with mksf
  • Creating Device Files with insf
  • Device Files

Configuring Disk Devices

  • Disk Partitioning
  • Whole Disk Partitioning
  • LVM Disk Partitioning
  • LVM Device Files
  • LVM Extents
  • Creating Physical Volumes
  • Creating Volume Groups
  • Creating Logical Volumes
  • LAB: Logical Volume Manager

File System Concepts

  • What Is a File System?
  • File System Types
  • What’s in a File System?
  • Accessing a File System
  • HP-UX Hard Links
  • HP-UX Symbolic Links

File System Creation

  • Overview of File System Creation
  • Creating new file system
  • Extending file system offline
  • Extending file system online
  • file system full issues
  • file system corrupt issues
  • Hard disk drive failures troubleshooting issues
  • difference between RAID,data,OS disks

File System Repair

  • File System Maintenance
  • File System Updates
  • Introducing fsck
  • Running fsck
  • Checking lost+found

File System Management

  • Monitoring Disk Usage
  • Routine Management
  • Extending a Volume Group
  • Extending a Logical Volume
  • Extending a File System

System Backup

  • Understanding types of backups
  • Understanding various file backups using  tar, cpio, dd
  • Creation of snap shot for backups
  • Understanding backup levels and backup strategies.
  • Understanding file system backups using fbackup, frecover.
  • Performing full / incremental / cumulative backups
  • Performing local / remote backup restore

Schedule Jobs

  • At jobs
  • Cron jobs

Managing Swap Space

  • System Memory
  • What Is Swap Space?
  • Types of Swap Space
  • Enabling Swap from the Command Line
  • Enabling Swap via /etc/fstab
  • Monitoring Swap Space Usage
  • Guidelines for Selecting Device Swap Areas
  • Guidelines for Selecting File System Swap Areas

Shutdown and Reboot

  • HP-UX Operation States
  • Changing State with Shutdown and Reboot
  • System Boot Introduction
  • System Boot Players
  • System Boot Process Overview
  • Autoboot versus Manual Boot
  • Initiating the Boot Sequence
  • Interacting with the PDC/BootRom
  • Interacting with the ISL and EFI
  • What Happens after the Kernel Is Loaded?
  • Run Levels
  • Changing Run Levels with init
  • Configuring init via /etc/inittab

Reconfiguring the Kernel

  • Why Reconfigure the Kernel?
  • Static Kernel Modules
  • Dynamic Kernel Modules
  • Using SAM for Kernel Configuration
  • Moving the New Kernel into Place
  • What If the New Kernel Won’t Boot?
  • Manually Tuning an HP-UX 10.x Kernel
  • Some Configurable Parameters

Managing Software with SD-UX

  • Introducing SD-UX
  • SD-UX Software Structure
  • SD-UX Software Depots
  • SD-UX IPD
  • SD-UX Daemon/Agents
  • swinstall Main Menu
  • Select Software to Install
  • Starting the Update
  • Installing Protected Software
  • Listing Software
  • Removing Software

Patch Management (SD-UX)

  • Why Install Patches?
  • Patch Naming Conventions
  • Obtaining Patches
  • Retrieving Patches from the Web Patch Database
  • Retrieving Patches from Tape or CD
  • Installing Patches with swinstall
  • Listing Patches
  • Removing Patches
  • Installing patch bundles
  • Installing patch bundles from different server
  • Different patch types

Connecting to a Network

  • Configuring LAN Interface Adapters
  • Configuring LAN Adapters
  • Setting an IP Address and Subnet Mask
  • Setting a Default Route
  • Using SAM to Configure a LAN Adapter
  • Setting a System Hostname
  • Resolving Hostnames to IP Addresses
  • Configuring /etc/hosts
  • Configuring ip address permanently and temporarily
  • Building new server.

FTP SERVER

  • Configuring ftp server with real and anonymous users
  • Understanding security files

Configuring and Managing the Network File System

  • NFS Concepts
  • Configuring an NFS Server
  • Configuring an NFS Client
  • NFS Daemons
  • Troubleshooting

IGNITE-UX

  • Ignite Server configuration
  • Ignite backup in tape
  • Ignite backup network
  • Recovering server from ignite tape backup PARISC and IA64
  • Recovering server from Ignite network PARISC and IA64
  • Recovering VPAR from ignite tape
  • Recovering server from different subnet using dbprofile

NPAR

  • Introduction to cell based servers
  • Introduction to superdomes and midrange servers
  • Base cell, Core cell
  • Creating first npar
  • OS installation in NPAR through DVD
  • Configuring NPARS and troubleshooting
  • Dynamic NPAR
  • OS installation through ignite server

Service Guard Cluster

  • Introduction to cluster
  • Cluster setup understanding
  • Cluster prerequisites
  • Configuring two node cluster with version 11.20
  • Lock disk
  • Cluster package moving and testing failover
  • Cluster file system extension online and offline
  • Creating legacy and modular packages
  • Service Guard NFS toolkit
  • Adding a disk to the Cluster VG
  • Configuring packages when the cluster up and running
  • Troubleshooting cluster

VPAR

  • Introduction to VPAR
  • Introduction to latest version A.5.00(HP-UX 11iv3)
  • Older versions of A.3.00 and A.400 comparison
  • VPAR configuration
  • Adding cpu and memory to VPAR
  • VPAR troubleshooting
  • VPAR boot options
  • Vpardb
  • Vpmon
  • Recovering VPAR from ignite tape

Performance

  • Performance issues
  • Cpu
  • Memory
  • Disk
  • Io issues

SAM and SMH

  • Difference between SAM and SMH
  • LVM  using SMH
  • Hardware issues identification using SMH
  • Kernel parameter configuration
  • User and group administration

IVM

  • Creating Integrity Virtual machines
  • Using hpvmmodify
  • Troubleshooting HPVM
  • The Role of the System Administrator
  • Hardware Responsibilities
  • Software Responsibilities

Servers

  • Integrity rx2660,3600,6600,7640,7620,8640,superdomes
  • HP9000 rp3440,4440,7420,7440,8420,8440,superdomes
  • Blade servers(c7000,c3000,bl860c,bl870c)

Creating and Managing User Accounts

  • Users and Groups—Access to System and Data
  • What Defines a User Account?
  • The /etc/passwd File
  • The /etc/group File
  • Creating User Accounts with SAM
  • Creating User Templates in SAM
  • Deactivating and Removing Users with SAM
  • Managing Group Membership with SAM
  • Managing User Accounts from the Command Line
  • Changing User Passwords from the Command Line
  • Customizing User Accounts
  • Some Sample Customizations
  • The /etc/skel Directory

Guided Tour of the HP-UX File Hierarchy

  • Introducing the File System Paradigm
  • The File System Layout
  • Application Directories
  • Commands to Help You Navigate
  • HP-UX File System Hierarchy                                    

Connecting Peripherals

  • The HP 9000 Product Family
  • I/O Architecture Terminology
  • I/O Expansion
  • Device Adapters
  • Types of SCSI
  • Viewing the Configuration with ioscan

Configuring Device Files

  • What Is a Device File?
  • Listing Device Files with ll
  • Listing Device Files with ioscan
  • Listing Device Files with lssf
  • The Layout of /dev
  • Device File Naming Convention
  • Disk Device File Names
  • How Device Files are Created
  • Auto configuration
  • Creating Device Files with SAM
  • Creating a Device File with mksf
  • Creating Device Files with insf
  • Device Files

Configuring Disk Devices

  • Disk Partitioning
  • Whole Disk Partitioning
  • LVM Disk Partitioning
  • LVM Device Files
  • LVM Extents
  • Creating Physical Volumes
  • Creating Volume Groups
  • Creating Logical Volumes
  • LAB: Logical Volume Manager

File System Concepts

  • What Is a File System?
  • File System Types
  • What’s in a File System?
  • Accessing a File System
  • HP-UX Hard Links
  • HP-UX Symbolic Links

File System Creation

  • Overview of File System Creation
  • Creating new file system
  • Extending file system offline
  • Extending file system online
  • file system full issues
  • file system corrupt issues
  • Hard disk drive failures troubleshooting issues
  • difference between RAID,data,OS disks

File System Repair

  • File System Maintenance
  • File System Updates
  • Introducing fsck
  • Running fsck
  • Checking lost+found

File System Management

  • Monitoring Disk Usage
  • Routine Management
  • Extending a Volume Group
  • Extending a Logical Volume
  • Extending a File System

Module 12 — System Backup

  • Understanding types of backups
  • Understanding various file backups using  tar, cpio, dd
  • Creation of snap shot for backups
  • Understanding backup levels and backup strategies.
  • Understanding file system backups using fbackup, frecover.
  • Performing full / incremental / cumulative backups
  • Performing local / remote backup restore

Schedule Jobs

  • At jobs
  • Cron jobs

 Managing Swap Space

  • System Memory
  • What Is Swap Space?
  • Types of Swap Space
  • Enabling Swap from the Command Line
  • Enabling Swap via /etc/fstab
  • Monitoring Swap Space Usage
  • Guidelines for Selecting Device Swap Areas
  • Guidelines for Selecting File System Swap Areas

Shutdown and Reboot

  • HP-UX Operation States
  • Changing State with Shutdown and Reboot
  • System Boot Introduction
  • System Boot Players
  • System Boot Process Overview
  • Autoboot versus Manual Boot
  • Initiating the Boot Sequence
  • Interacting with the PDC/BootRom
  • Interacting with the ISL and EFI
  • What Happens after the Kernel Is Loaded?
  • Run Levels
  • Changing Run Levels with init
  • Configuring init via /etc/inittab

Reconfiguring the Kernel

  • Why Reconfigure the Kernel?
  • Static Kernel Modules
  • Dynamic Kernel Modules
  • Using SAM for Kernel Configuration
  • Moving the New Kernel into Place
  • What If the New Kernel Won’t Boot?
  • Manually Tuning an HP-UX 10.x Kernel
  • Some Configurable Parameters

Managing Software with SD-UX

  • Introducing SD-UX
  • SD-UX Software Structure
  • SD-UX Software Depots
  • SD-UX IPD
  • SD-UX Daemon/Agents
  • swinstall Main Menu
  • Select Software to Install
  • Starting the Update
  • Installing Protected Software
  • Listing Software
  • Removing Software

Patch Management (SD-UX)

  • Why Install Patches?
  • Patch Naming Conventions
  • Obtaining Patches
  • Retrieving Patches from the Web Patch Database
  • Retrieving Patches from Tape or CD
  • Installing Patches with swinstall
  • Listing Patches
  • Removing Patches
  • Installing patch bundles
  • Installing patch bundles from different server
  • Different patch types

Connecting to a Network

  • Configuring LAN Interface Adapters
  • Configuring LAN Adapters
  • Setting an IP Address and Subnet Mask
  • Setting a Default Route
  • Using SAM to Configure a LAN Adapter
  • Setting a System Hostname
  • Resolving Hostnames to IP Addresses
  • Configuring /etc/hosts
  • Configuring ip address permanently and temporarily
  • Building new server.

FTP SERVER

  • Configuring ftp server with real and anonymous users
  • Understanding security files

Configuring and Managing the Network File System

  • NFS Concepts
  • Configuring an NFS Server
  • Configuring an NFS Client
  • NFS Daemons
  • Troubleshooting

IGNITE-UX

  • Ignite Server configuration
  • Ignite backup in tape
  • Ignite backup network
  • Recovering server from ignite tape backup PARISC and IA64
  • Recovering server from Ignite network PARISC and IA64
  • Recovering VPAR from ignite tape
  • Recovering server from different subnet using dbprofile

NPAR

  • Introduction to cell based servers
  • Introduction to superdomes and midrange servers
  • Base cell, Core cell
  • Creating first npar
  • OS installation in NPAR through DVD
  • Configuring NPARS and troubleshooting
  • Dynamic NPAR
  • OS installation through ignite server

SERVICE GUARD CLUSTER

  • Introduction to cluster
  • Cluster setup understanding
  • Cluster prerequisites
  • Configuring two node cluster with version 11.20
  • Lock disk
  • Cluster package moving and testing failover
  • Cluster file system extension online and offline
  • Creating legacy and modular packages
  • Service Guard NFS toolkit
  • Adding a disk to the Cluster VG
  • Configuring packages when the cluster up and running
  • Troubleshooting cluster

VPAR

  • Introduction to VPAR
  • Introduction to latest version A.5.00(HP-UX 11iv3)
  • Older versions of A.3.00 and A.400 comparison
  • VPAR configuration
  • Adding cpu and memory to VPAR
  • VPAR troubleshooting
  • VPAR boot options
  • Vpardb
  • Vpmon
  • Recovering VPAR from ignite tape

Performance

  • Performance issues
  • Cpu
  • Memory
  • Disk
  • Io issues

SAM and SMH

  • Difference between SAM and SMH
  • LVM  using SMH
  • Hardware issues identification using SMH
  • Kernel parameter configuration
  • User and group administration

Module28—IVM

  • Creating Integrity Virtual machines
  • Using hpvmmodify
  • Troubleshooting HPVM