Arrow Electronics, Inc.

Veritas High Availability Fundamentals with Storage Foundation 6.x and Cluster Server 6.x for UNIX


DURACIÓN: 40 Hours (5 días)

Precio: A consultar


The Veritas High Availability Fundamentals course is designed for the IT professional who wants an overview of the Veritas Storage Foundation and Veritas Cluster Server products. This five-day class is a condensed version of the four-day Veritas Storage Foundation 6.x for UNIX: Administration Fundamentals course and the five-day Veritas Cluster Server 6.x for UNIX: Administration Fundamentals course. It covers a subset of the topics in those two courses.


• Install and configure Veritas Storage Foundation High Availability.

• Configure and manage disks, disk groups, and volumes.

• Administer file systems.

• Create a VCS cluster.

• Configure service groups and resources.

• Implement and verify failover and failback capability for application, storage, and network services.


This course is for UNIX system administrators, system engineers, technical support personnel, network/SAN administrators, and systems integration/development staff who want an overview of the Veritas Storage Foundation and Veritas Cluster Server products.

Requisitos Previos

Knowledge of UNIX system administration is required


PART 1: Veritas Storage Foundation 6.x for UNIX: Administration Fundamentals

Virtual Objects

• Operating system storage devices and virtual data storage

• Volume Manager storage objects

• VxVM volume layouts and RAID levels

Installing Storage Foundation and Accessing SF Interfaces

• Preparing to install Storage Foundation

• Installing Storage Foundation

• Storage Foundation resources

• Storage Foundation user interfaces

Creating a Volume and File System

• Preparing disks and disk groups for volume creation

• Creating a volume and adding a file system

• Displaying disk and disk group information

• Displaying volume configuration information

• Removing volumes, disks, and disk groups

Working with Volumes with Different Layouts

• Volume layouts

• Creating volumes with various layouts

• Allocating storage for volumes

Making Configuration Changes

• Administering mirrored volumes

• Resizing a volume and a file system

• Moving data between systems

• Renaming VxVM objects

Administering File Systems

• Benefits of using Veritas File System

• Using Veritas File System commands

• Logging in VxFS

• Controlling file system fragmentation

• Using thin provisioning disk arrays

Managing Devices within the VxVM Architecture

• Managing components in the VxVM architecture

• Discovering disk devices

• Managing multiple paths to disk devices

PART 2: Veritas Cluster Server 6.x for UNIX: Administration Fundamentals

High Availability Concepts

• High availability concepts

• Clustering concepts

• HA application services

• Clustering prerequisites

• High availability references

VCS Building Blocks

• VCS terminology

• Cluster communication

• VCS architecture

Preparing a Site for VCS

• Hardware and software requirements

• Hardware and software recommendations

• Preparing installation information

Installing VCS

• Using the Common Product Installer

• VCS configuration files

• Cluster management tools

VCS Operations

• Common VCS tools and operations

• Service group operations

• Resource operations

VCS Configuration Methods

• Starting and stopping VCS

• Overview of configuration methods

• Online configuration

• Controlling access to VCS

Preparing Services for VCS

• Preparing applications for VCS

• Performing one-time configuration tasks

• Testing the application service

• Stopping and migrating an application service

• Collecting configuration information

Online Configuration

• Online service group configuration

• Adding resources

• Solving common configuration errors

• Testing the service group

Offline Configuration

• Offline configuration examples

• Offline configuration procedures

• Solving offline configuration problems

• Testing the service group

Configuring Notification

• Notification overview

• Configuring notification

• Overview of triggers

Handling Resource Faults

• VCS response to resource faults

• Determining failover duration

• Controlling fault behavior

• Recovering from resource faults

• Fault notification and event handling

Intelligent Monitoring Framework

• IMF overview

• IMF configuration

Cluster Communications

• VCS communications review

• Cluster interconnect configuration

• Joining the cluster membership

• System and cluster interconnect failures

• Changing the interconnect configuration

Protecting Data Using SCSI 3-Based Fencing

• Data protection requirements

• I/O fencing concepts

• I/O fencing operations

• I/O fencing implementation

• Configuring I/O fencing

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