IBM AIX Training in Hyderabad

Syllabus

    The delegates will have knowledge and practise in:
  • The Role of the System Administrator
  • System Startup and Shutdown Procedures
  • AIX Installation
  • Using the System Management Interface Tool (SMIT)
  • The Visual System Management Tools
  • Using Web Based Information Browser
  • AIX Filesystems and Storage
  • Looking after Filesystems
  • Configuring Filesystems
  • Logical Volume Manager (LVM)
  • Journaled Filesystems
  • Paging Space
  • Adding and Removing Users
  • Managing Groups
  • Printer and Terminal Configuration
  • Backup and Restore Commands
  • Background Jobs and Scheduling
  • Basic Network Configuration
  • Software Installation and Maintenance
    Modules:

    The System Administrators’Role:

  • Role of a Systems Administrator
  • The root Login and the su Command
    Introduction to the P-Series
  • The P-SERIES Product Line
  • RISC Technology
  • P-SERIES Configurations and Model Types
  • The AIX Operating System
    AIX Installation
  • Installation for Classical and PCI Models
  • Console and Language Definitions
  • Other Installation Settings
  • Configuration Assistant Menu
    Startup and Shutdown
  • RS/6000 Key Positions
  • The Boot Sequence
  • Standalone Mode for PCI Systems
  • Booting from Removable Media
  • The /etc/init Procedure
  • Startup Modes
  • The /etc/inittab File and the rc Startup Scripts
  • Inittab Commands
  • Using the alog Program
  • System Resource Controller Commands
  • The /etc/shutdown Script
    System Management Tools
  • System Management Commands
  • Using SMIT
  • SMIT Special Characters and Keys
  • Smit.log and smit.script Files
  • The smit Command
  • Distributed System Management
  • Visual System Management
  • Web Based System Manager
    AIX On-line Documentation
  • The man Command
  • InfoExplorer
  • Web Based Documentation Browser
  • Setting up the Web Based Browser
    Software Installation and Maintenance
  • Units of Installation
  • Filesets, Packages and Licensed Program Products
  • Bundles
  • Update and Maintenance Bundles
  • Software States
  • Installing Patches and Fixes
    Device Configuration
  • Introduction to the Object Data Manager
  • Listing Devices
  • Interpreting Location Codes
  • Self-configuring Devices
  • Adding, Changing and Removing Devices
    Serial Devices
  • Terminal Attributes
  • Terminal Configuration
  • The stty Command
  • The terminfo Database
  • Adding Printers
    Printer Configuration
  • Printers and Queues
  • Queuing Concepts in AIX
  • Spooling Control Directories
  • The QCONFIG File
  • Managing Print Queues
  • Queue Status Commands
    Users and Groups
  • Users and Groups in AIX
  • Administrator Commands
  • Structure of the /etc/passwd File
  • Adding a New User
  • Changing User Characteristics
  • The Configuration Files
  • Passwd and pwdadm Commands
  • Removing a User
  • Adding, Changing and Removing a Group
  • Account Validation
    AIX Security Features
  • The SECURITY Directory
  • The /etc/security/passwd File
  • The /etc/security/user File
  • The /etc/security/login.cfg File
  • The /etc/security/group File
  • Auditing Files
  • Losing Root User Password
    The Logicaal Volume Manager
  • The AIX Approach to Disk Storage
  • Volume Groups, Physical Volumes and Logical Volumes
  • Volume Group Descriptor Areas
  • Mirroring
  • Striping
  • Disk Placement Policies
  • Migrating Physical Volume Data
  • Useful Commands
    The Journaled Filesystem
  • The AIX Native File System
  • Superblocks and I-nodes
  • Journaling of File System Data
  • Creating a File System
  • Mounting of Filesystems
  • Managing Filesystems
  • The /etc/filesystems File
  • Removing Filesystems
  • Using the fsck Command
    Paging Space
  • Define Paging Space
  • Paging Space Location
  • List System Memory
  • List Paging Space
  • Monitor Paging Space Usage
  • Calculate Paging Space Requirements
  • Add/Remove Paging Space
    Backup and Restore
  • Backup Devices
  • mksysb and savevg Commands
  • The backup Command
  • The restore Command
  • 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
  • Tape Control Commands
    Scheduling Jobs
  • Starting Background Jobs
  • The nohup Command
  • Creating cron Processes
  • Creating crontab Entries
  • Using the crontab Command
  • The at Command
    TCP/IP Configuration
  • Define TCP/IP Terminology
  • Define Routing (Static and Dynamic)
  • TCP/IP Commands and Utilities
  • Configure TCP/IP for a Network Interface
  • Configure a Static Route
  • Test Network Connectivity
  • Test Route Connectivity
  • Basic TCP/IP Applications
    NFS
  • Define NFS Terminology
  • Client Side NFS
  • Server Side NFS
  • The /etc/exports File
  • The /etc/filesystems File

 

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