HP-UX Veritas Volume Manager

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Beschreibung

In diesem praxisorientierten Seminar erlernen Sie die Konfiguration und Administration des VERITAS Volume Managers (VxVM) für HP-UX, angefangen bei grundlegenden Prozeduren bis hin zur erweiterten Konfiguration und Tuning-Themen.
Gerichtet an: HP-UX Systemadministratoren, Systemingenieure, und Technical Support Representatives, die Systeme betreuen, welche den VERITAS Volume Manager VxVM einsetzen.

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· Voraussetzungen

Kenntnisse der HP-UX System- und Netzwerkverwaltung, die in den Seminaren "HP-UX Systemmanagement Teil 1" und "HP-UX Systemmanagement Teil 2 (Netzwerk)" vermittelt werden.

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Seminarziel

In diesem praxisorientierten Seminar erlernen Sie die Konfiguration und Administration des VERITAS Volume Managers (VxVM) für HP-UX, angefangen bei grundlegenden Prozeduren bis hin zur erweiterten Konfiguration und Tuning-Themen.

Zielgruppe

HP-UX Systemadministratoren, Systemingenieure, und Technical Support Representatives, die Systeme betreuen, welche den VERITAS Volume Manager VxVM einsetzen.

Seminarinhalte

o VxVM Überblick - Volume management overview - VxVM feature overview - VxVM and LVM comparison - VxVM and LVM coexistence o VxVM Konzepte - Disk group concepts - Volume concepts - Plex concepts - Disk media concepts - Subdisk concepts - Simple volume layouts - Concatenated volume layouts - Striped volume layouts - RAID5 volume layouts - Mirrored volume layouts - Object database concepts - Storing objects on physical disks - Importing objects and disk groups - Accessing volumes via the object database - Managing objects via vxconfigd - VxVM/LVM conceptual comparison - VxVM/LVM command comparison o Installation und Aktivierung von VxVM - VxVM hardware & software requirements - VxVM versions - VxVM software bundles - Installing, listing, and verifying VxVM - Installing and enabling VxVM via Ignite-UX - Enabling VxVM via vxinstall - Modifying the PATH variable for VxVM - Verifying VxVM daemons - Managing the vxsvc daemon - Launching the vea GUI client - Securing the vea GUI client o Erstellen, Vergrössern, Verkleinern und Löschen von Disk Groups - Viewing the disk configuration -Viewing the disk group configuration - Initializing a disk group - Adding a disk to a disk group - Removing a disk from a disk group - Destroying a disk group - Destroying a disk - Upgrading a disk group o Erstellen, Vergrössern, Verkleinern und Löschen von Volumes - Creating a volume - Selecting disks - Selecting a layout - Creating a file system volume - Creating a swap volume - Creating a dump volume - Viewing volumes - Resizing volumes - Resizing file system volumes - Resizing swap and dump volumes - Removing a volume o Verwaltung der gespiegelten Volumes - Mirroring advantages - DRL log plex advantages - Creating, adding, and removing mirrors - Creating, adding, and removing DRLs - Configuring the volume read policy - Specifying a mirrored volume''s plex locations - Monitoring and managing mirror attach tasks - Configuring mirroring defaults o Verwaltung von Striped und RAID5 Volumes - Striping advantages - RAID5 advantages - RAID5 log plex advantages - Creating striped volumes - Creating RAID5 volumes - Adding and removing RAID5 log plexes - Changing stripe and RAID5 attributes - Changing stripe and RAID5 layouts - Monitor and manage relayout tasks o Verwaltung von Layered Volumes - mirror-concat volume concepts - mirror-stripe volume concepts - concat-mirror volume concepts - stripe-mirror volume concepts - Recovering non-layered volumes after a disk crash - Recovering layered volumes after a disk crash o Verschiebung und Umbenennung von Disks, Disk Groups und anderen Objekten - Renaming disks, subdisks, volumes, and plexes - Moving subdisks within a disk group - Moving plexes within a disk group - Moving disks between disk groups - Moving disk groups between hosts - Renaming disk groups o Austausch und Wiederherstellung von defekten Disks und Volumes - Best practices to avoid data loss - Hot relocation concepts - Configuring spare and nohotuse disks - Unrelocating relocated subdisks after disk replacement - Assigning a new spare disk after disk replacement - Recognizing failed disks via syslog and EMS - Recognizing failed disks via vxdisk - Recognizing failed disks via vxprint - Verifying disks via diskinfo and dd - Reattaching a disk after transient disk failure - Replacing a failed disk, when at least one disk in the disk group survives - Replacing a failed disk, when no disks in a disk group survive - Recovering mirrored volumes with surviving plexes - Recovering mirrored volumes without surviving plexes - Recovering non-redundant volumes o Konvertierung von LVM Disks in VxVM Disks - LVM to VxVM migration paths - LVM to VxVM migration limitations - Converting unused physical volumes into VxVM disks - Converting LVM volume groups into VxVM disk groups - Unconverting converted disk groups o Verwaltung von VxVM boot disks - PARISC VxVM boot disk structures - Integrity VxVM boot disk structures - Cold installing a VxVM boot disk - Copying an LVM boot disk to a VxVM boot disk - Mirroring a VxVM boot disk - Verifying a VxVM boot disk - Backing up a VxVM boot disk - Restoring a failed PARISC VxVM boot disk - Restoring a failed Integrity VxVM boot disk o VxVM Aspekte für Disk Arrays - Arrays and LUNS - Array concepts - LUN concepts - RAID concepts - RAID 1, RAID 1, and RAID 1+0 concepts - RAID 3, RAID5, and RAID 6 concepts - RAID levels and VxVM - Configuring a LUN as a VXVM disk - Extending a LUN - Removing a LUN o SANs und Enclosures - SAN concepts - Enclosure concepts - Enclosure name concepts - Enabling enclosure-based names - Viewing enclosure-based names - Customizing enclosure-based names - Using enclosure-based names - DMP - Active/Passive DMP concepts - Active/Active DMP concepts - DDL and DMP node concepts - ASL concepts - Installing and viewing ASLs - Activating and deactivating ASLs - Initiating DMP path discovery - Viewing DMP paths - Disabling DMP paths - Choosing paths on A/A arrays - Choosing paths on A/P arrays - Monitoring DMP activity - Business Copy - Business Copy concepts - Importing a business copy - Deporting a business copy o Integration von VxVM und MC/ServiceGuard - Serviceguard concepts - Serviceguard benefits - Configuring disk groups, volumes, and file systems for use in a cluster - Configuring a basic quorum server, cluster, and package - Adding disks to a disk group in a package

Voraussetzungen

Kenntnisse der HP-UX System- und Netzwerkverwaltung, die in den Seminaren "HP-UX Systemmanagement Teil 1" und "HP-UX Systemmanagement Teil 2 (Netzwerk)" vermittelt werden.


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