Unix - Solaris Cluster + Veritas Volume manager

(4 dagar + 4 dagar)

SUN CLUSTER + VERITAS VOLUME MANAGER

För att tillgodogöra sig kursen bör du kunna:
Administrera Solaris-arbetsstationer
Utföra grundläggande nätverksadministration
Administrera virtuella volymstrukturer antingen med VERITAS Volume Manager¨

Efter kursens slut ska deltagarna kunna:
Beskriva huvuddelarna i Sun Kluster och dess funktioner
Genomföra konfigurationskontroll före installation
Konfigurera Terminal koncentrator
Konfigurera klustrets konsol
Installera programvaran Sun Kluster
Konfigurera Sun Kluster devices
Initiera antingen VERITAS Volume Manager eller Solstice DiskSuite
Skapa public network adapter failover-grupper (NAFO)

   

Module 1 - Sun(TM) Cluster Overview

  • List the new Sun Cluster 3.0 features
  • List the hardware elements that constitute a basic Sun Cluster system
  • List the hardware and software components that contribute to the availability of a Sun Cluster system
  • List the types of redundancy that contribute to the availability of a Sun Cluster system
  • Identify the functional differences between failover, scalable, and parallel database cluster applications
  • List the supported Sun Cluster 3.0 data services
  • Explain the purpose of Disk ID (DID) devices
  • Describe the relationship between system devices and the cluster global namespace
  • Explain the purpose of resource groups in the
  • Sun Cluster environment
  • Describe the purpose of the cluster configuration repository
  • Explain the purpose of each of the Sun Cluster fault monitoring mechanisms

Module 2 - Terminal Concentrator

  • Describe the main features of the Sun Cluster administrative interface
  • List the main functions of the terminal concentrator (TC) operating system
  • Verify the correct TC cabling

Känna till enbart:

  • Configure the TC Internet Protocol (IP) address
  • Configure the TC to self-load
  • Verify the TC port settings
  • Configure a TC default router
  • Verify that the TC is functional
  • Use the terminal concentrator help, who, and hangup commands
  • Describe the purpose of the telnet send brk command

Module 3 - Installing the Administrative Console

  • List the Sun Cluster administrative console functions
  • Install the Sun Cluster console software on the administrative console
  • Set up the administrative console environment
    Configure the Sun Cluster console software

Module 4 - Preinstallation Configuration

  • List the Sun Cluster boot disk requirements
  • Physically configure a cluster topology
  • Configure a supported cluster interconnect system
  • Identify single points of failure in a cluster configuration
  • Identify the quorum devices needed for selected cluster topologies
  • Verify storage firmware revisions
  • Physically configure a public network group

Module 5 - Installing the Cluster Host Software

  • Install the Sun Cluster host system software
  • Correctly interpret configuration questions during the Sun Cluster software installation
  • Perform postinstallation configuration

Module 6 - Basic Cluster Administration

  • Perform basic cluster startup and shutdown operations
  • Boot nodes in non-cluster mode
  • Place nodes in a maintenance state
  • Verify cluster status from the command line
  • Recover from a cluster amnesia error

Module 7 - Volume Management Using VERITAS

  • Volume Manager
  • Explain the disk space management technique used by the VERITAS Volume Manager
  • Describe the VERITAS Volume Manager initialisation process
  • Describe how VERITAS Volume Manager groups disk drives
  • Install and initialise VERITAS Volume Manager
  • Perform VERITAS Volume Manager postinstallation configuration
  • Use the basic VERITAS Volume Manager status commands
  • Register VERITAS Volume Manager disk groups
  • Create global file systems
  • Perform basic device group management
Module 9 - Public Network Management

  • List the main features of the Sun Cluster Public
  • Network
  • Management (PNM) software
  • Explain the basic PNM fault monitoring mechanism
  • Describe the three NAFO group states
  • List NAFO group requirements
  • Configure a NAFO group

Module 10 - Resource Groups

  • Describe the primary purpose of resource groups
  • List the components of a resource group
  • Describe the resource group configuration process
  • List the primary functions of the scrgadm command
  • Explain the difference between standard and extended resource properties

List the scsetup utility resource group functions

Module 11 - Data Services Configuration

  • Describe the function of Sun Cluster data services
  • Distinguish between highly available and scalable data services
  • Describe the operation of data service fault monitors
  • Configure the Sun Cluster HA for NFS failover data service
  • Configure the Sun Cluster HA for Apache scalable data service
  • Switch resource groups between nodes
  • Monitor resource groups
  • Remove resource groups

Module 12 - Using SunPlex(TM) Manager

  • Install and configure the SunPlex(TM) management software
  • List the main features of SunPlex Manager
  • Use SunPlex Manager to verify cluster status
  • Use SunPlex Manager to remove a resource group
  • Use SunPlex Manager to configure a resource group

Module 13 - Sun Cluster Administration Workshop

  • Install and configure the Sun Cluster host software
  • Install and configure VERITAS Volume Manager
  • Create NAFO groups
  • Install, configure, and test the Sun Cluster HA for NFS failover data service
  • Install, configure, and test the Sun Cluster HA for Apache scalable data service