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HP-UX System Administration

overview

HP-UX (Hewlett-Packard UniX) is Hewlett-Packard's proprietary implementation of the Unix operating system, based on UNIX System V (initially System III) and first released in 1984. Recent versions support the HP 9000 series of computer systems, based on the PA-RISC processor architecture, and HP Integrity systems, based on Intel's Itanium architecture.HP-UX was the first Unix to offer access control lists for file access permissions as an alternative to the standard Unix permissions system. HP-UX was also among the first Unix systems to include a built-in logical volume manager. HP has had a long partnership with Veritas Software, and integrates VxFS as the primary file system. In 2008, HP-UX 11i was credited with leadership in integrated mission-critical virtualization, observed performance, high availability and manageability.
prerequisties
  • HP-UX Introduction
  • HP-UX Shell Programming
Duration
Online
  • It is a 12 days program and extends up to 2hrs each.
  • The format is 40% theory, 60% Hands-on.

Corporate
  • It is a 3 days program and extends up to 8hrs each.
  • The format is 40% theory, 60% Hands-on.
Classroom
    Private Classroom arranged on request and minimum attendies for batch is 4.
course content
  • Session 1: THE HP SERVER RANGE
    • HP Integrity Series Servers
    • HP Integrity Entry-Class Servers
    • HP Integrity Mid Range Servers
    • HP Integrity Superdome Servers
    • HP 9000 Series Servers
    • HP 9000 Superdome
    • HP Servers RP8420-32
    • HP 9000 RP4440 Server
    • Node Partitioning Support
  • Session 2: THE SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR'S ROLE
    • Role of a Systems Administrator
    • Directory Overview
    • The root login and the su command
    • Tracking the Use of su
  • Session 3: SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION MANAGER
    • Key Movement
    • SAM Menu Structure
    • SAM Main Screen
    • SAM Logging Options
    • Log File Viewer
    • Files and Directories
    • Add Custom Commands to SAM
    • Non-Root SAM Access
    • Exercise: Add Custom Commands to SAM
    • Exercise: Allow Non-Root SAM Access for Selected User
  • Session 4: SYSTEM STARTUP AND SHUTDOWN
    • System Startup Process for HP 9000 Server
    • HP Integrity Server Booting Differences
    • ISL (Initial Systems Loader}
    • Understanding Hardware Addresses
    • Manually Booting HP-UX in Single User-Mode
    • Booting from Another Disk
    • The Init Procedure
    • The /etc/inittab File
    • Reading the /etc/inittab File
    • System Run States
    • Using Unique Keywords
    • System Startup Procedures
    • The rc Process
    • Sequencer Directories
    • Execution Scripts
    • Contents of the Template File
    • Configuration Files
    • Changing the /etc/inittab Files
    • Shutdown and rc
    • Kill Scripts
    • Steps to Add Your Own Start-up Scripts
    • Shutdown Permissions
    • Recovering from a Lost root Password
    • The Reboot Command
    • Exercise: Create Startup and Shutdown Scripts
  • Session 5: ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT
    • Adding a New User
    • Adding an Entry to the /etc/passwd File
    • Password Ageing
    • Adding an Entry to the /etc/group File
    • Customising a Users Environment
    • The Default Login Shell
    • Managing User Accounts
    • Listing Users
    • Restricting root Login
    • Removing a User Registration from The System
    • Setting up Users Through SAM
    • Removing Users Through SAM
    • Access Control Lists
    • Trusted Security Features
    • Converting to a Trusted System
    • Reverting to a Non-Trusted System
    • Password Files
    • The Protected Password Database
    • Password Ageing
    • Time Based Access Control
    • Device Based Access Control
    • Exercise: Add a New User with Defined Attributes
    • Exercise: Create a File with Access Control Lists
    • Exercise: Test New Account and ACL Files
  • Session 6: PRINT SERVICE MANAGEMENT
    • Printer Configuration
    • Printer Glossary
    • Printer Commands
    • The lpadmin Command
    • The lpfence Command
    • The lpshut Command
    • The lpsched Command
    • The accept command
    • The reject Command
    • The lpmove Command
    • The lpana Command
    • The lpstat Command
    • The lp Command
    • The lpalt Command
    • The enable Command
    • The disable Command
    • The cancel Command
    • Printer Configuration
    • Printer Configuration Files and Directories
    • Exercise: Installing a Printer
  • Session 7: FILESYSTEM CONFIGURATION
    • File System Structure
    • Creating Filesystems
    • Special newfs Arguments
    • Mounting Filesystems
    • Checking the Filesystem Table
    • Using the /etc/fstab File
    • The lost+found Directory
    • Unmounting Filesystems
    • Checking and Repairing Filesystems
    • Using the fsck Command
    • Common Errors Found by fsck
    • Using the df Command
    • Making Device Nodes
    • Device Naming Conventions
    • Card Instance Numbers and Device Naming Conventions
    • File System Organisation
    • File System Types
    • Supporting File Systems
    • The VxFS File Systems
  • Session 8: LOGICAL VOLUME MANAGER
    • Filesystem Configuration
    • Traditional Filesystem Configuration
    • Traditional Filesystem Problems
    • The Logical Volume Manager (LVM)
    • Benefits of LVM
    • An introduction to Mirroring and Disk Striping
    • Mirroring
    • Disk Striping
    • Quorum
    • Important LVM Commands
    • Exercise: Creating Volume Groups, Logical Volumes and File Systems. Mounting and Unmounting Filesystems
  • Session 9: MANAGING SWAP SPACE
    • Using Swap Space
    • What is Swap Space?
    • Types of Swap Space
    • Creating Swap Space
    • Enabling Swap Space
  • Session 10: THE VERITAS VOLUME MANAGER
    • VxVM Concepts and Structures
    • RAID Levels in VxVM
    • The VxVM System Daemons
    • Common VxVM Commands
    • Overview of VxVM Commands
    • Veritas Enterprise Administrator (VEA)
    • Volume Manager Support Operations Menu
    • Comparing LVM Terminology and Commands with VxVM
  • Session 11: NODES AND VIRTUAL PARTITIONING
    • The Management Processor
    • Node Partitioning
    • nPartition Management Tool
    • Virtual Partitioning
  • Session 12: BACKUP AND RESTORE
    • Using the cpio Command
    • Using the cpio -o Command
    • Using the find Command with cpio
    • Using the ls command with cpio
    • Using the cat Command with cpio
    • Using the cpio -I Command
    • Using the cpio -p Command
    • Creating a tar Archive
    • Reading/Verifying a tar Archive
    • Restoring from a tar Archive
    • Using the dd Command
    • The fbackup Command
    • The frecover Command
    • Incremental Backups
    • Creating an Incremental Backup
    • Recovering from an Incremental Backup
    • System Recovery Using Ignite-UX
    • Creating a Recovery Tape
    • Updating a Recovery Tape
    • Exercise: Use of cpio, tar and fbackup
  • Session 13: BACKGROUND JOBS
    • Starting Background Jobs
    • The nohup Command
    • The nice Command
    • Using cron Processes
    • Creating cron Processes
    • Creating crontab Entries
    • Using the crontab Command
    • The at Command
    • Authorisation for the at Command
    • Exercise: Creating a crontab Entry
    • Exercise: Using the at Command
  • Session 14: KERNEL CONFIGURATION
    • Reconfiguring the Kernel
    • Creating a New Configuration File
    • Compiling the Kernel
    • Installing the new Kernel Configuration files
    • Rebooting the System
    • Verifying the Changes
    • Kernel Tuneable Parameters
  • Session 15: SOFTWARE INSTALLATION
    • Installing HP-UX
    • Beginning the Install
    • Software Distribution
    • SD Commands
    • Glossary of Terms
    • SD Structure
    • SD Database
    • Using the SD Commands
    • SD Command List
    • The swpackage Command
    • The Product Specification File
    • Differences Between swcopy and swpackage
  • Session 16: SYSTEM LOGGING
    • The syslog.conf File
    • Facility and Priority Values
    • The syslogd Daemon Process
  • Session 17: PERFORMANCE MONITORING
    • Addressing the Problem
    • Understanding the Workload
    • Understanding Bottlenecks
    • Performance Monitoring Tools
    • SAR (System Activity Reporter)
    • VMSTAT (Virtual Memory Statistics)
    • SWAPINFO (System Paging Space Information)
    • IOSTAT (I/O Statistics)
    • Monitoring System Processes
  • Session 18: WORKSHOPS
    • HP-UX 11 System Administration Course Workshops
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