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HP UNIX (HP UX)training Yelahanka Bangalore, HP UX Administration training institutes Yelahanka Bangalore

List of Best HP UNIX (HP UX)training Yelahanka Bangalore, HP UX Administration training institutes Yelahanka Bangalore with address, Phone numbers, course fee, student reviews and training course learning at Yelahanka area in Bangalore City. As of April 22, 2018, We have total of 2 HP UNIX training institutes in and around also near to Yelahanka in Bangalore.

 

 

training institutes Systems Domain - Head Office
Bangalore - Jaya Nagar

 

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Systems Domain - Head Office at Jaya Nagar - center entrance	 photo_2888 Systems Domain - Head Office at Jaya Nagar - theory class	 photo_2887 Systems Domain - Head Office at Jaya Nagar - computer lab	 photo_2889 
Address: Head Office, Jayanagar 3rd block, Lucky paradise building, 4th floor, Jaya Nagar, Bangalore-560011 google map of 8726
Established in the year 1997, System Domain is headquartered in Bangalore and has more than twelve training institutes located across India. Awarded an ISO 9001 in 2008 Systems Domain - Head Office provides placement HP UNIX training in Yelahanka , HP-UX Certification, HP-UX Shell Programming, HP UX11iV3, HP UX Administration training classes at Jaya Nagar.
 
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HP UNIX course Content / syllabus at yelahanka, bangalore.

We gathered most widely used HP UNIX course content used by training institutes in yelahanka,bangalore. The HP UNIX course syllabus covers basic to advanced level and it may vary based on HP UNIX training classes offered in yelahanka.

 

Module 1 Introduction to HP-UX Administration
1.The Role of the System Administrator
2.Hardware Responsibilities
3.Software Responsibilities

Module 2 SERVERS
1.Integrity rx2660,3600,6600,7640,7620,8640,superdomes
2.HP9000 rp3440,4440,7420,7440,8420,8440,superdomes
3.Blade servers(c7000,c3000,bl860c,bl870c)

Module 3 Creating and Managing User Accounts
1.Users and Groups—Access to System and Data
2.What Defines a User Account
3.The /etc/passwd File
4.The /etc/group File
5.Creating User Accounts with SAM
6.Creating User Templates in SAM
7.Deactivating and Removing Users with SAM
8.Managing Group Membership with SAM
9.Managing User Accounts from the Command Line
10.Changing User Passwords from the Command Line
11.Customizing User Accounts
12.Some Sample Customizations
13.The /etc/skel Directory

Module 4 Guided Tour of the HP-UX File Hierarchy
1.Introducing the File System Paradigm
2.The File System Layout
3.Application Directories
4.Commands to Help You Navigate
5.HP-UX File System Hierarchy

Module 5 Connecting Peripherals
1.The HP 9000 Product Family
2.I/O Architecture Terminology
3.I/O Expansion
4.Device Adapters
5.Types of SCSI
6.Viewing the Configuration with ioscan

Module 6 Configuring Device Files
1.What Is a Device File
2.Listing Device Files with ll
3.Listing Device Files with ioscan
4.Listing Device Files with lssf
5.The Layout of /dev
6.Device File Naming Convention
7.Disk Device File Names
8.How Device Files are Created
9.Auto configuration
10.Creating Device Files with SAM
11.Creating a Device File with mksf
12.Creating Device Files with insf
13.Device Files

Module 7 Configuring Disk Devices
1.Disk Partitioning
2.Whole Disk Partitioning
3.LVM Disk Partitioning
4.LVM Device Files
5.LVM Extents
6.Creating Physical Volumes
7.Creating Volume Groups
8.Creating Logical Volumes
9.LAB: Logical Volume Manager

Module 8 File System Concepts
1.What Is a File System?
2.File System Types
3.What’s in a File System?
4.Accessing a File System
5.HP-UX Hard Links
6.HP-UX Symbolic Links

Module 9 File System Creation
1.Overview of File System Creation
2.Creating new file system
3.Extending file system offline
4.Extending file system online
5.file system full issues
6.file system corrupt issues
7.Hard disk drive failures troubleshooting issues
8.difference between RAID,data,OS disks

Module 10 File System Repair
1.File System Maintenance
2.File System Updates
3.Introducing fsck
4.Running fsck
5.Checking lost+found

Module 11 File System Management
1.Monitoring Disk Usage
2.Routine Management
3.Extending a Volume Group
4.Extending a Logical Volume
5.Extending a File System

Module 12 System Backup
1.Understanding types of backups
2.Understanding various file backups using tar, cpio, dd
3.Creation of snap shot for backups
4.Understanding backup levels and backup strategies.
5.Understanding file system backups using fbackup, frecover.
6.Performing full / incremental / cumulative backups
7.Performing local / remote backup restore

Module13 SCHEDULE JOBS
1.At jobs
2.Cron jobs

Module 14 Managing Swap Space
1.System Memory
2.What Is Swap Space
3.Types of Swap Space
4.Enabling Swap from the Command Line
5.Enabling Swap via /etc/fstab
6.Monitoring Swap Space Usage
7.Guidelines for Selecting Device Swap Areas
8.Guidelines for Selecting File System Swap Areas

Module 15 Shutdown and Reboot
1.HP-UX Operation States
2.Changing State with Shutdown and Reboot
3.System Boot Introduction
4.System Boot Players
5.System Boot Process Overview
6.Autoboot versus Manual Boot
7.Initiating the Boot Sequence
8.Interacting with the PDC/BootRom
9.Interacting with the ISL and EFI
10.What Happens after the Kernel Is Loaded?
11.Run Levels
12.Changing Run Levels with init
13.Configuring init via /etc/inittab

Module 16 Reconfiguring the Kernel
1.Why Reconfigure the Kernel
2.Static Kernel Modules
3.Dynamic Kernel Modules
4.Using SAM for Kernel Configuration
5.Moving the New Kernel into Place
6.What If the New Kernel Won’t Boot?
7.Manually Tuning an HP-UX 10.x Kernel

8.Some Configurable Parameters
Module 17 Managing Software with SD-UX
1.Introducing SD-UX
2.SD-UX Software Structure
3.SD-UX Software Depots
4.SD-UX IPD
5.SD-UX Daemon/Agents
6.swinstall Main Menu
7.Select Software to Install
8.Starting the Update
9.Installing Protected Software
10.Listing Software
11.Removing Software

Module 18 Patch Management (SD-UX)
1.Why Install Patches?
2.Patch Naming Conventions
3.Obtaining Patches
4.Retrieving Patches from the Web Patch Database
5.Retrieving Patches from Tape or CD
6.Installing Patches with swinstall
7.Listing Patches
8.Removing Patches
9.Installing patch bundles
10.Installing patch bundles from different server
11.Different patch types

Module 19 Connecting to a Network
1.Configuring LAN Interface Adapters
2.Configuring LAN Adapters
3.Setting an IP Address and Subnet Mask
4.Setting a Default Route
5.Using SAM to Configure a LAN Adapter
6.Setting a System Hostname
7.Resolving Hostnames to IP Addresses
8.Configuring /etc/hosts
9.Configuring ip address permanently and temporarily
10.Building new server.

Module20 FTP SERVER
1.Configuring ftp server with real and anonymous users
2.Understanding security files

Module21 Configuring and Managing the Network File System
1.NFS Concepts
2.Configuring an NFS Server
3.Configuring an NFS Client
4.NFS Daemons
5.Troubleshooting

Module22 IGNITE-UX
1.Ignite Server configuration
2.Ignite backup in tape
3.Ignite backup network
4.Recovering server from ignite tape backup PARISC and IA64
5.Recovering server from Ignite network PARISC and IA64
6.Recovering VPAR from ignite tape
7.Recovering server from different subnet using dbprofile

Module23 NPAR
1.Introduction to cell based servers
2.Introduction to superdomes and midrange servers
3.Base cell, Core cell
4.Creating first npar
5.OS installation in NPAR through DVD
6.Configuring NPARS and troubleshooting
7.Dynamic NPAR
8.OS installation through ignite server

Module24 SERVICE GUARD CLUSTER
1.Introduction to cluster
2.Cluster setup understanding
3.Cluster prerequisites
4.Configuring two node cluster with version 11.20
5.Lock disk
6.Cluster package moving and testing failover
7.Cluster file system extension online and offline
8.Creating legacy and modular packages
9.Service Guard NFS toolkit
10.Adding a disk to the Cluster VG
11.Configuring packages when the cluster up and running
12.Troubleshooting cluster

Module25 VPAR
1.Introduction to VPAR
2.Introduction to latest version A.5.00(HP-UX 11iv3)
3.Older versions of A.3.00 and A.400 comparison
4.VPAR configuration
5.Adding cpu and memory to VPAR
6.VPAR troubleshooting
7.VPAR boot options
8.Vpardb
9.Vpmon
10.Recovering VPAR from ignite tape

Module26 Performance
1.Performance issues
2.Cpu
3.Memory
4.Disk
5.Io issues

Module27 SAM and SMH
1.Difference between SAM and SMH
2.LVM using SMH
3.Hardware issues identification using SMH
4.Kernel parameter configuration
5.User and group administration

Module28 IVM
1.Creating Integrity Virtual machines
2.Using hpvmmodify
3.Troubleshooting HPVM


 

 

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