AIX Administration Course Content

Introduction and Review

» Review of UNIX Concepts
» Review of the history of AIX

AIX Documentation

» Manual Pages
» Browsable Manual Pages
» AIX Information Center
» AIX Message Center
» Hardware Documentation

Administration Interface

» Using SMIT
» SMIT Screen Types
» SMIT and CDE
» Web Based System Manager (WebSM)
» System Director Console

Starting and Stopping the System

» General Overview
» Operator Panel (older & newer systems)
» » Power On Switch
» Key Mode (Physical) Switch – (older systems)
» Three Digit (LED) Display – (older systems)
» LCD Display (16*2-rows-characters) – PCI Systems
» Problem Determination
» Normal IPL
» System Management Services
» Normal IPL And init
» Run Levels
» The /etc/inittab File
» Multi-User State
» The /etc/rc File
» Commands associated with /etc/inittab
» System Shutdown
» The Sync Command
» The Shutdown Command

System Configuration

» Objectives
» Setting the Timezone
» Setting the System Time & date
» Changing the System Name
» Viewing System ID Information
» Establishing Basic Network Settings

User Registration

» User Login Account
» Adding a User
» The /etc/passwd file
» The /etc/group file
» mkuser Command
» Sample /etc/security/user File
» Sample /etc/security/login.cfg File
» Sample /etc/security/passwd File
» Change User Characteristics
» Removing a User From the System
» rmuser Command
» The User Environment
» Communicating with Users
» News Items
» SMIT/WebSM and User Management

Disk Management

» The disk
» Logical Volume Manager (LVM)
» Physical Volume
» Listing Physical Volumes
» Volume Group (VG) and Types of Volume Group
» Listing Volume Groups
» Logical Volume
» Listing Logical Volumes
» Make Logical Volume
» Extend a Logical Volume
» Mirror a Logical Volume
» SMIT and Logical Volume Manager

File System

» File Systems
» Journaled File System -The jfs and jfs2 Filesystem
» File System Components
» File Allocation
» File System Creation
» Sample /etc/filesystems File
» Change File System Characteristics
» Listing a File System
» Mount the Filesystem
» Unmount the Filesystem
» Removing the File System
» File System creation using SMIT
» Special Files
» FIFO Special Files
» Block Device Files
» Character Device Files
» Disk Usage Commands
» File System Check (fsck)
» File System Identification
» Standard File Tree
» Paging Space Recommendations
» Monitoring Disk Usage

Devices

» Object Data Manager
» Device Dependencies
» Device States
» Device Location Codes
» Device File Creation
» List Devices
» Change Device Characteristics
» Remove Devices
» Adding a Device Using SMIT/WebSM

Printer Administration

» Print Queues
» Queue Set-up
» The /etc/qconfig File
» Make Queue
» Make Queue Device
» Virtual Printers
» Using Enq Command For Queue Management
» Using Enq Command For Requests
» Printer Related Commands
» Line Printer Status
» Printing Files
» Cancel Print Request
» Enable Printer
» Disable Printer
» Printer Management Using SMIT/WebSM
» The SystemV Print Subsystem

Processes and Task Scheduling

» Processes
» Report Process Status
» Allocating Priority
» Changing Priority
» Kill a Process
» The Nohup Command
» Scheduling Tasks
» Files and Directories used by Cron
» The Crontab Command
» Format of the Crontab File
» The at Command
» The batch Command

Basic Performance Monitoring

» The Dimensions of System Performance
» Virtual Memory
» Paging
» Adding Paging Space
» Monitoring memory Usage
» CPU Usage
» I/O Usage
» Processes

Archiving and Securing the System

» Backups
» Pathname Considerations
» CPIO
» Tar Command
» Backup Command
» Restore Command
» SMIT and System Storage Management
» The savevg and restvg Commands
» Backup a Volume Group
» Restore a Volume Group
» Back Up the System – mksysb
» Restore the System from a mksysb

Software Installation & Emergency Recovery

» General Overview
» Preparing for Installation
» Software Installation
» AIX Packaging
» Software Product Identification
» Methods of Installation
» Accessing a System That will Not Boot from Hard disk
» System recovery using mksys tape
» Installation Concepts
» Software Maintenance: (PTFs, APARs etc.)

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