Sun Enterprise Cluster Administration

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Beschreibung

Dieser Kurs vermittelt folgende Kenntnisse und Fähigkeiten: The Sun Enterprise Cluster Administration course provides students with the information needed to install and administer Sun Enterprise Cluster systems. Students are introduced to Sun Enterprise Cluster (Sun EC) product features, hardware configuration, software installation and configuration, data service configuration, system ope..
Gerichtet an: Students who can benefit from this course are Sun EC system administrators, database administrators, and support personnel.

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· Voraussetzungen

Um diesen Kurs erfolgreich absolvieren zu können, sollten Sie über folgende Vorkenntnisse verfügen: - Administer Solaris Operating System workstations - Perform basic network administration - Administer virtual volume structures using either Veritas Volume Manager or Solstice DiskSuite software - Operate and cable at least one of the Sun Enterprise class systems an...

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Trainingsziel

Dieser Kurs vermittelt folgende Kenntnisse und Fähigkeiten:

The Sun Enterprise Cluster Administration course provides students with the information needed to install and administer Sun Enterprise Cluster systems. Students are introduced to Sun Enterprise Cluster (Sun EC) product features, hardware configuration, software installation and configuration, data service configuration, system operation, and system recovery.

  • Describe the major Sun Enterprise Cluster components and functions


  • Verify disk storage cabling


  • Configure the terminal concentrator


  • Configure the cluster interconnect system (Ethernet and Small Computer System Interface [SCSI])


  • Install the Sun Cluster 2.2 software


  • Troubleshoot software installation and configuration errors


  • Configure environmental variables for correct Sun EC operation


  • Use Sun EC administration tools


  • Initialize either the Sun Enterprise Volume Manager(TM), Cluster Volume Manager, or Solstice DiskSuite software


  • Describe the differences between Sun Enterprise Volume Manager, Cluster Volume Manager, and Solstice DiskSuite software


  • Describe the Sun EC failure recovery mechanisms


  • Configure the Sun Cluster 2.2 highly available network file system (HA-NFS) data service


  • Create public network adapter backup groups with the public network management utility (PNM)


  • Identify and recover from selected Sun EC failures


  • Identify cluster-specific issues relating to parallel database installation


Teilnehmerkreis

Students who can benefit from this course are Sun EC system administrators, database administrators, and support personnel.

Voraussetzungen

Um diesen Kurs erfolgreich absolvieren zu können, sollten Sie über folgende Vorkenntnisse verfügen:

  • Administer Solaris Operating System workstations


  • Perform basic network administration


  • Administer virtual volume structures using either Veritas Volume Manager or Solstice DiskSuite software


  • Operate and cable at least one of the Sun Enterprise class systems and associated peripherals


Im Vorfeld

SA-299: Solaris 9 OE Systemadministration II

SA-399: Netzwerkadministration für Solaris 9 OS

SA-239: Solaris 9 OE Systemadministration I

Überblick über den Inhalt des Trainings

Sun Cluster Overview

  • List the hardware elements that comprise a basic Sun Enterprise Cluster
    system
  • List the hardware and software components that contribute to the availability
    of a Sun Enterprise Cluster system
  • List the types of redundancy that contribute to the availability of a Sun
    Enterprise Cluster system
  • Identify the configuration differences between a high availability cluster
    and a parallel database cluster
  • Explain the purpose of logical host definitions in the Sun Enterprise Cluster
    environment
  • Describe the purpose of the cluster configuration databases
  • Explain the purpose of each of the Sun Enterprise Cluster fault monitoring
    mechanisms
Terminal Concentrator

  • Describe the Sun Enterprise Cluster administrative interface
  • Explain the terminal concentrator hardware configuration
  • Verify the correct terminal concentrator cabling
  • Configure the terminal concentrator Internet Protocol (IP) address
  • Configure the terminal concentrator to self-load
  • Verify the terminal concentrator port settings
  • Verify that the terminal concentrator is functional
  • Use the terminal concentrator help, who, and hangup commands
  • Describe the purpose of the telnet send brk command
Administration Workstation Installation

  • Summarize the Sun Cluster administration workstation functions
  • Use the scinstall script features
  • Install the client software on the administration workstation
  • Set up the administration workstation environment
  • Configure the Sun Cluster administration tools
Preinstallation Configuration

  • Configure any supported cluster topology
  • List the appropriate applications for each topology
  • Configure the cluster interconnect system
  • Explain the need for a simple quorum device
  • Estimate the number of quorum devices needed for each cluster topology
  • Describe the purpose of the public network monitor feature
  • Describe the purpose of a mirrored CCD volume
  • Explain the purpose of the terminal concentrator node locking port
Cluster Host Software Installation

  • Install the Sun Cluster host system software
  • Correctly interpret configuration questions during Sun Cluster software installation on the cluster host systems
  • Perform post-installation configuration
System Operation

  • Use the cluster administration tools
  • Use the Sun Cluster Manager (Sun CM) graphical user interface (GUI)
  • Use the get_node_status and hastat status commands
  • List the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) features
Management Using CVM and Sun StorEdge Volume Manager Software

  • Explain the disk space management technique used by the Cluster

    Volume Manager (CVM) and the Sun StorEdge Volume Manager software
  • Describe the initialization process necessary for CVM and the Sun StorEdge Volume Manager software
  • Describe how the CVM and the Sun StorEdge Volume Manager products'' group disk drives
  • List the basic status commands for CVM and the Sun StorEdge Volume Manager software
  • Describe the basic software installation process for CVM and the Sun StorEdge Volume Manager software
  • List post-installation issues relevant to CVM and the Sun StorEdge Volume Manager software
  • Install and configure either CVM or the Sun StorEdge Volume Manager software
Volume Management Using Solstice DiskSuite Software

  • Explain the disk space management technique used by Solstice DiskSuite software
  • Describe the initialization process necessary for Solstice DiskSuite software
  • Describe how Solstice DiskSuite software groups disk drives
  • List the basic Solstice DiskSuite software status commands
  • Describe the basic Solstice DiskSuite software installation process
  • List the post-installation issues relevant to Solstice DiskSuite software
  • Install and configure Solstice DiskSuite software
Cluster Configuration Database

  • Describe the Cluster Database (CDB) and its operation
  • Describe the Cluster Configuration Database (CCD) and its operation
  • List the advantages of a shared CCD volume
  • Manage the contents of the cluster configuration files
Public Network Management

  • Explain the need for Public Network Management (PNM)
  • Describe how PNM works
  • Configure a network adapter failover (NAFO) group
  • Disable the Solaris Operating Interface Groups feature
Logical Hosts

  • Configure logical hosts
  • Create the administrative file system for a logical host
  • Switch logical hosts between physical nodes
HA-NFS Data Service

  • Describe the function of the Highly Available NFS (HA-NFS) support files
  • List the primary functions of the HA-NFS start and stop methods
  • List the primary functions of the HA-NFS fault monitoring probes
  • Configure HA-NFS in a Sun Cluster environment
  • Add and remove HA-NFS file systems
  • Switch a HA-NFS logical host between systems
System Recovery

  • List the functions of Sun Cluster control software
  • List the events that can trigger a cluster reconfiguration
  • Explain the failfast concept
  • Describe the general priorities during a cluster reconfiguration
  • Describe the recovery process for selected cluster failures
  • Recover from selected cluster failures
Sun Cluster High Availability Data Services API

  • Describe the data services methods that are available
  • Describe when each method is called
  • Describe how to retrieve cluster status information
  • Describe how to retrieve cluster configuration information
  • Describe how the fault methods work and how to request failovers
HA-DBMS

  • List the configuration issues for a highly available database management system (HA-DBMS) instance
  • Describe the general installation and configuration process for an HA-DBMS data service



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