HP-UX System And Network Administration I Course Outline

Navigating the System Management Homepage (SMH)
System Administration Manager (SAM) and SMH
Launching the SAM Graphical User Interface (GUI) and Text User Interface (TUI)
Verifying SMH Certificates
Logging into the SMH
Navigating the SMH Interface
Launching SMH Tools
Launching SMH Tasks
Viewing SMH Logs
Managing SMH Access Control
Managing SMH Authentication
SMH and Systems Insight Manager (SIM) Integration Concepts
Managing Users and Groups
User and Group Concepts
/etc/passwd, /etc/shadow, and /etc/group concepts
Creating, Modifying, Deactivating, and Removing User Accounts
Configuring Password Aging and Password Security Policies
Managing Groups
Managing /etc/skel
Navigating the HP-UX File System
Static and Dynamic Files and Directory Concepts
OS and Application Directory Concepts
Top Level Directory Concepts and Contents
Searching for Files and Executables Using the find, whereis, which, and file Commands
Configuring Hardware
Hardware Components
CPU, Cell, Crossbar, and Blade
System Bus Adapter (SBA), Local Bus Adapter (LBA), and I/O
iLO/MP, Core I/O, and Interface Adapter Card
Internal Disks, Tapes, and DVD
Disk Array, Logical Unit Number (LUN), Storage Area Network (SAN), and Multipathing
nPar, vPar, VM, and Secure Resource Partition
System Type
Entry-Class Rackmount Server
Mid-Range Rackmount Server
High-End Server
HP BladeSystem
HP BladeSystem c-Class Enclosure
HP Integrity Blade Server
Viewing System Hardware Configuration
Viewing nPar, vPar, and VM Hardware
Hardware Address Concepts
Legacy Host Bus Adapter (HBA), Small Computer System Interface (SCSI), and Fibre Channel (FC) Hardware Address Concepts
Agile View HBA, SCSI, and FC Hardware Address Concepts
Viewing Legacy Hardware Addresses
Viewing LUNs via Agile View
Viewing a LUN’s lunpaths via Agile View
Viewing an HBA’s lunpaths via Agile View
Viewing LUN Health via Agile View
Viewing LUN Attributes via Agile View
Enabling and Disabling lunpaths
Slot Address Concepts and Components
Viewing Slot Addresses
Installing Interface Cards with and without OL*
Installing New Devices
Configuring Device Special Files (DSF)
DSF Attribute Concepts
DSF Directories
Legacy DSF Names
Persistent DSF Names
LUN, Disk, and DVD DSF Names
Boot Disk DSFs
Tape Drive DSFs
Tape Autochanger DSFs
Terminal, Modem, and Printer DSFs
Listing Legacy DSFs
Listing Persistent DSFs
Correlating Persistent and Legacy DSFs
Correlating Persistent DSFs with lunpaths and Worldwide Identifiers (WWID)
Decoding Legacy and Persistent DSF Attributes
Creating DSFs via insf, mksf, and mknod
Removing DSFs via rmsf
Disabling and Enabling Legacy Mode DSFs
Managing Disk Devices
Disk Partitioning Concepts
Whole Disk Partitioning Concepts
LVM Disk Partitioning Concepts
LVM Physical Volume Concepts
LVM Volume Group Concepts
LVM Logical Volume Concepts
LVM Extent Concepts
LVM Extent Size Concepts
LVM Versions and Limits
LVM DSF Directories
LVMv1 Device Files
LVMv2 Device Files
Creating Physical Volumes
Creating LVMv1 Volume Groups
Creating LVMv2 Volume Groups
Creating Logical Volumes
Verifying the LVM Configuration
Comparing Disk Space Management Tools
Managing File Systems
File System Concepts
File System Types
Superblock, Inode, Directory, Block, Extent, and Intent Log Concepts
Hard and Symbolic Link Concepts
HFS and VxFS Comparison
Creating File Systems
Mounting File Systems
Unmounting File Systems
Automatically Mounting File Systems
Mounting Compact Disc File System (CDFS)
Mounting Loopback File Systems
Mounting ISOFS File Systems
Mounting Memory File Systems (MemFS)
Managing Swap Space
HP-UX Memory Concepts
HP-UX Swap Concepts
HP-UX Swap Types
HP-UX pseudoswap
Enabling Swap via the Command Line Interface (CLI)
Enabling Swap via /etc/fstabv
Monitoring Swap Space
Disabling Swap
Guidelines for Configuring Swap Space
Maintaining Logical Volumes and File Systems
Defragmenting File Systems
Repairing Corrupted File Systems
Monitoring Free Space
Reclaiming Wasted File System Space
Extending, Reducing, and Removing Volume Groups
Extending, Reducing, and Removing Logical Volumes
Extending and Reducing File Systems
Preparing for Disasters
Disaster Recovery, Mirroring, and DRD concepts
Using DRD to Minimize Planned/Unplanned Downtime
Installing DRD
Using the DRD command
Creating a DRD Clone
Synchronizing a DRD Clone
Verifying DRD Clone Status
Accessing Inactive Images via DRD Safe Commands
Managing Software via DRD Safe Commands
Managing Kernel Tunables via DRD Safe Commands
Accessing Inactive Images via Other Commands
Activating and Deactivating an Inactive Image
Customizing the make_*_recovery Archive Contents
Backing Up the Boot Disk via make_tape_recovery and make_net_recovery
Using a make_*_recovery Archive
Interacting with the Recovery Process
Accessing the System Console and the Integrated Lights-Out Management Processor (iLO/MP)
Management Processor Concepts
Viewing MP/Console Ports
Connecting MP Serial and LAN Ports
Accessing the MP
Navigating the MP Menu and Web Interfaces
Accessing nPar, vPar, and VM Consoles
Accessing the VFP, Console Log, and System Event Log
Accessing the MP Help Menus
Accessing the MP Command Menu
Configuring the MP LAN Interface
Enabling MP Remote Access
Managing MP User Accounts, Access Levels, and Login Sessions
Rebooting via the MP
Booting Precision Architecture, Reduced Instruction Set Computing (PA-RISC) Systems
HP-UX Shut Down and Reboot Concepts
PA-RISC Boot Process Major Players
PA-RISC Boot Disk Structures
PA-RISC Boot Process
Autoboot and Manual Boot Concepts
Interacting with the Boot Console Handler (BCH) and Initial System Loader (ISL)/Initial Program Loader (IPL)
Booting Integrity Systems
HP-UX Shut Down and Reboot Concepts
Integrity Boot Process Major Players
Integrity Boot Disk Structures
Integrity Boot Disk System, OS, and HP Service Partition (HPSP) Structures
Integrity and PA-RISC Boot Process Comparison
Autoboot and Manual Boot Concepts
Booting from Primary, Alternate, and Arbitrary Boot Devices
Booting from Ignite-UX Servers and Recovery Archives
Managing Boot Menu Settings
Managing Console Settings
Interacting with the UEFI/EFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) Shell
Interacting with the hpux.efi OS Loader
Configuring the HP-UX Kernel
Kernel Configuration Concepts
Special Kernel Configurations
Kernel Configuration Commands
Modifying the Current Kernel Configuration
Creating a Named Configuration
Copying a Configuration
Loading a Configuration
Kernel Module Concepts, States, and State Changes
Viewing and Managing Module States
Kernel Tunable Concepts and Types
Viewing, Managing, and Monitoring Kernel Tunables
Viewing, Managing, and Monitoring Kernel Resource Alarms
Kernel Troubleshooting
Viewing the Kernel Change Log
Booting from an Alternate Kernel
Booting via Override Parameters
Booting to Tunable Maintenance Mode
Managing Software with Software Distributor UNIX (SD-UX)
SD-UX Software Structure Concepts
SD-UX Software Depot Concepts
SD-UX IPD Concepts
SD-UX Daemon and Agent Concepts
Listing Software
Installing and Updating Software
Removing Software
Managing Patches with SD-UX
Patch Naming Convention Concepts
Patch Supersession Concepts
Patch Rating Concepts
Patch Source Concepts
Patch Tool Concepts
Downloading and Installing Patches from the HPSC
Installing Patches from DVD, Tape, and Directory Depots
Listing and Removing Patches
Installing the OS with Ignite-UX
Install Source Concepts
Planning an Install
Choosing an Operating Environment
Choosing an Install-Time Security Bundle
Locating the Source Media
Initiating a PA-RISC Install
Initiating an Integrity Install
Navigating the Ignite-UX Menus
Verifying an Installation
Completing Post-Install Configuration Tasks
Self-Study Appendices
Managing Printers
Connecting to a Network
Navigating the System Administration Manager (SAM)
Configuring the HP-UX 11i v1 kernel

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