Introduction to Managing Data

Describe the advantages of virtual disk management
Describe RAID technology standards and terminology
Describe the appropriate use of each supported RAID level
Optimize system configurations for each supported RAID level
Introduction to the Solaris Volume Manager Software

Describe the upgrade process for the Solaris 10 OS
Perform basic Solaris Management Console operations
Perform basic Enhanced Storage tool operations
Describe state database features
Initialize the Solaris Volume Manager software
Administer the State Database

Describe the state database consensus algorithm
Describe state database best practices
Describe the Solaris Volume Manager software configuration files
Analyze state database status flags
Add state database replicas
Recover from state database failures
Administer Concatenated and Striped Volumes

Describe concatenated and striped volume best practices
Describe logical volume naming conventions
Use the metainit command to create non-redundant volumes
Use the file to create non-redundant volumes
Use the Enhanced Storage tool to create non-redundant volumes
Display volume properties and status
Add file systems to new volumes
Create soft partitions
Administer Mirrored Volumes and Hot Spares

Describe mirrored volume characteristics and best practices
Describe optimized mirror resynchronization
Describe mirrored volume read, write, and synchronization policies
Use the metainit command to create mirrored volumes
Configure hot spares for mirrored volumes
Use the Enhanced Storage tool to create mirrored volumes
Mirror existing file systems and the system boot disk
Use soft partitions with mirrored volumes
Administer RAID-5 Volumes

Describe RAID-5 volume characteristics
Describe RAID-5 volume best practices
Create RAID-5 volumes
Create soft partitions on top of RAID-5 volumes
Performing Advanced Operations

Modify the mdmonitord daemon error reporting behavior
Describe using soft partitions with hardware RAID devices
Describe how to recover from soft disk errors
Expand existing file systems
Use the metassist command to perform top-down volume creation
Un-mirror the system boot disk
Replace a failed disk drive

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