Sun Cluster 3 1 Advanced Administration

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In Bangalore

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  • Course
  • Bangalore
  • Duration:
    5 Days
Description

Upgrade the Solaris Operating System (Solaris OS), VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM), and ORACLE database software. Upgrade Sun Cluster software. Build Sun Cluster software data services and perform advanced resource and resource group management. Perform recovery and maintenance procedures on Sun Cluster software. Configure the QFS, shared QFS, and zone advanced features of the cluster software.

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Bangalore
560 025, Karnataka, India
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Course programme


ES-438 Sun Cluster 3.1 Advanced Administration
Course Content :: Duration :: Course Fees
5 days

INR 45000.0 plus service taxes

Overview
The Sun Cluster 3.1 Advanced Administration course provides students with the skills necessary to upgrade, protect, configure, maintain, and troubleshoot software running in a Sun Cluster 3.1 software environment. Through the use of lecture and hands-on labs, students learn how to upgrade the Solaris Operating System (Solaris OS), Sun Cluster software, VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM), and ORACLE. Students learn how Sun Cluster data services are written, in order to fully understand how to tune and configure resources and resource groups. The course discusses advanced maintenance procedures for the cluster and several advanced features, such as using Sun StorEdge QFS in the cluster. The course discusses several best practices for Sun Cluster 3.x software administration, and specifically addresses hardening the cluster security using the Solaris Security Toolkit. Finally, the course defines general and specific troubleshooting approaches and resources to resolve problems in a Sun Cluster 3.x software environment.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
· Upgrade the Solaris Operating System (Solaris OS), VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM), and ORACLE database software
· Upgrade Sun Cluster software
· Build Sun Cluster software data services and perform advanced resource and resource group management
· Perform recovery and maintenance procedures on Sun Cluster software
· Configure the QFS, shared QFS, and zone advanced features of the cluster software
· Describe Sun Cluster software best practices
· Harden Sun Cluster security
· Use helpful tips to troubleshoot Sun Cluster software
· Perform Sun Cluster software troubleshooting exercises

PreRequisites

To succeed fully in this course, students should be able to:
· Install, configure, and administer the Sun Cluster 3.1 software
· Use the VxVM software or Solaris Volume Manager (Solaris VM) software
· Perform routine system and network administration tasks

Who Can Benefit

Students who can benefit from this course are those responsible for designing, configuring, maintaining, and troubleshooting a Sun Cluster 3.1 software environment.

Duration :5 days

Course Fees :INR 45000.0 plus service taxes

INR 50562.00 inclusive of service taxes

Course Content :
Upgrades in the Sun Cluster Environment
· Describe high availability issues when performing upgrades in the Sun Cluster environment
· Describe and perform an upgrade of the Solaris OS using the Solaris Live Upgrade software
· Upgrade the Veritas Volume Manager (VxVM) software into the Solaris Live Upgrade environment

Upgrading the Sun Cluster Software
· Define and compare different methods of upgrading cluster software
· Upgrade Sun Cluster 3.1 software
· Upgrade resource types and resources

Advanced Data Service Configuration
· Understand Sun Cluster data services
· Write Sun Cluster 3.x software data services
· Control RGM behavior through resource group properties and resource properties
· Use advanced resource group relationships
· Tune multimaster and scalable applications

Performing Recovery and Maintenance Procedures
· Add a new node to a running cluster
· Remove a node from the cluster
· Replace a failed node in the cluster
· Uninstall the Sun Cluster 3.1 software from a node
· Replace failed disks
· Back up and restore the Cluster Configuration Repository (CCR)

Advanced Features (QFS and Zones)
· Understand the design and features of the QFS file system
· Configure a standard QFS file system
· Configure a shared QFS file system in the cluster using Solaris Volume Manager multiowner diskset devices
· Run high-availability Solaris 10 OS zones
· Understand the details of the zone agent
· Configure a failover zone

Best Practices
· Define and implement best practices for the HAStoragePlus resource
· Define and implement best practices for Internet Protocol multipathing (IPMP)
· Define and implement best practices for boot disk encapsulation and mirroring
· Define and implement best practices for quorum devices
· Define and implement best practices for campus clusters

Hardening Cluster Security
· Define basic security concepts
· Identify security vulnerabilities in a Sun Cluster 3.x software environment
· Use the Solaris Security Toolkit software
· Download and install security software on the cluster nodes
· Implement the Toolkit software secure cluster driver
· Provide secure clustered services

Examining Troubleshooting Tips
· Describe how to troubleshoot clustered services
· Identify log files for each layer

Troubleshooting the Software
· Observe self-induced problems
· Resolve instructor-induced problems and faults in your cluster
· Perform node disaster recovery in practice

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