HPE NonStop Server Administration III H1SC5S (H1SC5S)

This HPE NonStop Administration course completes the trilogy to make you familiar with administering an HPE NonStop System. In this 5 day class we discuss how to start up, configure, manage, and shut down your NonStop server and its subsystems. This includes changing system configuration with recovery to a previous setup, if necessary. The management of the HPE NonStop server current performance and planning for future growth is discussed. The course is 70% lecture and 30% hands on labs using HPE servers.


AUDIENCE

System Operators, System Administrators, Systems Analysts, Technical Support Analysts


PREREQUISITES

Before attending this course, students must have:

  • NonStop Server Administration II or equivalent course


COURSE OBJECTIVES

At the conclusion of this course the student should be able to:

  • Understand the NonStop server hardware and software architecture
  • Start up, configure, manage, and shut down your NonStop server and its subsystems
  • Change system configuration and recover to a previous setup
  • Manage the Integrity NonStop server performance with planning for future growth
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COURSE MODULES

Module 1: Course Overview


Module 2: Server Management Functions

  • Good Server Management
  • The Characteristics of your environment
  • Introduction to System Management on HPE NonStop system


Module 3: NonStop Operating System Configuration

  • NonStop Operating System and DSM/SCM
  • System Shutdown and Cold Load procedures (CIIN Startup)
  • Firmware Updates
  • Kernel Managed Swap File
  • TFDS
  • Independent products


Module 4: Managing Processes

  • EMS Subsystem Review
  • Process Creation and Characteristics
  • OLTP Characteristics
  • Managing Processes
  • Persistent Processes


Module 5: Managing NonStop Subsystems

  • Major Management/Control Area
  • Netbatch
  • Spooler
  • Safeguard
  • The OLTP Environment
  • Nonstop TMF Management and Planning


Module 6: Managing Storage

  • Storage Clim Overview
  • SAS Hard Disk Drives
  • Lun Manager
  • Write Cache Enable
  • Storage Configurations + Pools
  • Managing Disk Partions
  • Managing Data Encryption
  • Managing Disk Drives
  • Tapes and Mediacom
  • Remote Database Facility (RDF)


Module 7: Managing Cluster IO Modules (CLIMS)

  • Naming convention
  • Add/ Start CLIM
  • Info/ Status CLIM
  • Linux Events
  • Using CLIMCMD
  • CLIM backup and restore
  • Firmware update


Module 8: Configuring Network CLIMS

  • Describe the network layout
  • Perform the initial system configuration
  • Describe the CIP configuration
  • Define the network configuration
  • Determine the application configuration
  • Verify the configuration
  • Save the configuration


Module 9: Database Management

  • SQL/ MP and SQL/MX Management


Module 10: Performance and Capacity Management

  • Monitoring the system with Measure
  • Tandem Capacity Model


Module 11: System Recovery Scenario

  • Review possible critical failure scenarios
  • Discuss possible backup and prevention measures
  • Discuss possible recovery scenarios