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교육명 중급 Veritas InfoScale 7.3 Fundamentals for UNIX/Linux: Administration 1차
교육기간 2021-03-22 ~ 2021-03-26
교육시간 09:30~17:30(하루 7시간/5일 35시간)
교육장 본원교육센터  지도보기
강사
정원 20명
교육비 1,800,000원(VAT별도)


교육소개
The Veritas InfoScale 7.3 Fundamentals for UNIX/Linux Administration course is designed for the IT professional who wants an overview of the Veritas InfoScale Storage and Veritas InfoScale Availability products.
This five-day class is a condensed version of the five-day Veritas InfoScale Storage 7.3 for UNIX/Linux: Administration course and the five-day Veritas InfoScale Availability 7.3 forUNIX/Linux: Administration course.
This is a subset of the two courses, and it covers the absolute basics of the two products InfoScale Storage 7.3 and InfoScale Availability 7.3.
교육목표
• Install and configure Veritas InfoScale Enterprise.
• Configure and manage disks, disk groups, and volumes.
• Administer file systems.
• Create a cluster.
• Configure service groups and resources.
• Implement and verify failover and failback capability for application, storage, and network services.
교육대상
This course is designed for UNIX/Linux system administrators, system engineers, technical support personnel, network/SAN administrators, and systems integration/development staff, who will be installing,operating, or
integrating InfoScale Storage and InfoScale Availability.
교육내용

 

 

 

InfoScale Storage Basics

Virtual Objects
 Operating system storage devices and virtual data storage
 Volume Manager (VxVM) storage objects
 VxVM volume layouts and RAID levels Creating a Volume and File System
 Preparing disks and disk groups for volume creation
 Creating a volume and adding a file system
 Displaying disk and disk group information
 Displaying volume configuration information
 Removing volumes, disks, and disk groups
Labs
 Exercise A: Creating disk groups, volumes and file systems: CLI
 Exercise B: Removing volumes and disks: CLI
 Exercise C: Destroying disk data using disk shredding: CLI
 Exercise D: (Optional) Creating disk groups, volumes, and file systems: VIOM
 Exercise E: (Optional) Removing volumes, disks, and disk groups: VIOM 

Working with Volumes with Different Layouts
 Volume layouts
 Creating volumes with various layouts
 Allocating storage for volumesLabs
 Exercise A: Creating volumes with different layouts: CLI
 Exercise B: (Optional) Creating volumes with user defaults: CLI

Making Configuration Changes
 Administering mirrored volumes
 Resizing a volume and a file system
 Moving data between systems
 Renaming VxVM objects
Labs
 Exercise A: Administering mirrored volumes
 Exercise B: Resizing a volume and file system
 Exercise C: Renaming a disk group
 Exercise D: Moving data between systems
 Exercise E: (Optional) Resizing a file system only

Administering File Systems
 Benefits of using Veritas File System
 Using Veritas File System commands
 Logging in VxFS
 Controlling file system fragmentation
 Using thin provisioning disk arrays
Labs
 Exercise A: Preparing for “Defragmenting a Veritas File System” exercise
 Exercise B: Defragmenting a Veritas File System
 Exercise C: Using SmartMove
 Exercise D: Observing thin reclamation

InfoScale Availability Basics

High Availability Concepts
 High availability concepts
 Clustering concepts
 High availability application services
 Clustering prerequisites VCS Building Blocks
 VCS terminology
 Cluster communication
 VCS architecture VCS Operations
 Common VCS tools and operations
 Service group operations
 Resource operations
Labs
 Exercise A: Displaying cluster information
 Exercise B: Displaying status and attributes
 Exercise C: Performing service group operations
 Exercise D: Manipulating resources

VCS Configuration Methods
 Starting and stopping VCS
 Overview of configuration methods
 Online configuration
 Controlling access to VCS
Labs
 Exercise A: VCS configuration state and stopping VCS
 Exercise B: Configuring automatic backup of the VCS configuration
 Exercise C: Setting non default VCS stop options Preparing Services for VCS

Preparing applications for VCS
 Performing one-time configuration tasks
 Testing the application service
 Stopping and migrating an application service
 Collecting configuration information
Labs
 Exercise A: Configuring and examining storage for the service
 Exercise B: Examining the application
 Exercise C: Manually starting and stopping the application

Online Configuration
 Online service group configuration
 Adding resources
 Solving common configuration errors
 Testing the service group
Labs
 Exercise A: Creating a service group for the loopy application
 Exercise B: Configuring resources for the loopy application
 Exercise C: Performing a virtual fire drill on the service group
 Exercise D: Testing the service group
 Exercise E: Setting resources to critical
 Exercise F: (Optional) Examining Veritas File System locking by VCS

Offline Configuration
 Offline configuration examples
 Offline configuration procedures
 Solving offline configuration problems
 Testing the service group
Labs
 Exercise A: Editing a copy of the main.cf file using a system editor
 Exercise B: Stopping VCS
 Exercise C: Restarting VCS using the edited main.cf file 

Configuring Notification
 Notification overview
 Configuring notification
 Overview of triggers
Labs
 Exercise A: Configuring and testing the notifier using VIOM
 Exercise B: Configuring trigger scripts


InfoScale Availability Additions

Handling Resource Faults
 VCS response to resource faults
 Determining failover duration
 Controlling fault behavior
 Recovering from resource faults
 Fault notification and event handling
Labs
 Exercise A: Observing non-critical resource faults
 Exercise B: Observing critical resource faults
 Exercise C: (Optional) Observing faults in frozen service
groups
 Exercise D: (Optional) Observing ManageFaults
behavior
 Exercise E: (Optional) Observing restart limit behavior

Intelligent Monitoring Framework
 IMF overview
 IMF configuration
 Faults and failover with intelligent monitoring
Labs
 Exercise A: Examining IMF monitoring on a resource
 Exercise B: (Optional) Examining the IMF default
configuration

Cluster Communications
 VCS communications review
 Cluster interconnect configuration
 Joining the cluster membership
 Changing the interconnect configuration
Labs
 Exercise A: Reconfiguring LLT
 Exercise B: Observing jeopardy membership

 


 

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