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Sun Fire High-End Server Administration (ES-4210

Cel

Identify Sun Fire High-End Server field-replaceable units (FRUs)
Describe the Sun Fire High-End Server physical architecture
Configure the Sun Fire High-End Server platform and domains
Perform platform administration activities on the Sun Fire High-End Server
Perform dynamic reconfiguration operations on the Sun Fire High-End Server domains
Use available Solaris Operating System (Solaris OS) and platform-specific tools to troubleshoot the Sun Fire High-End Server
Identify and administer Capacity-on-Demand (COD) systems

Wymagania

Provide administration support for the Solaris OS
Understand the fundamentals of data storage administration
Understand the fundamentals of Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) networking and administration
Understand general enterprise server concepts
Network Administration for the Solaris 10 Operating System (SA-300-S10)
Sun Fire Midrange Server Administration (ES-420)
Systems Management Using Sun Management Center 3.6 (ES-426)

 

Trener

Oracle Certified Trainer

Program

  1. Introducing the Sun Fire High-End Servers
    • List the functional goals of the Sun Fire High-End Servers
    • Identify the four Sun Fire High-End Servers
    • Describe domains, board sets, and domain configuration units (DCUs)
    • Describe the key features of the Sun Fire High-End Servers
    • Describe the roles of the system controller and the System Management Services (SMS) software
    • Describe some of the advanced reliability, availability, and serviceability (RAS) features of the Sun Fire High-End Servers
    • Describe Capacity-on-Demand (COD)
  2. Sun Fire High-End Server Architecture
    • Describe the Sun Fire High-End Server architecture
    • Identify field-replaceable units (FRUs) by location and function
    • Describe the procedure to power on and power off the Sun Fire High-End Server
  3. Managing the Sun Fire High-End Server System Controller Networks and Software
    • Identify the system controller’s management networks
    • Identify the system controller’s System Management Services management features
    • Identify the system controller’s System Management Services startup script
    • Identify the system controller’s System Management Services daemons and their functions
    • Identify the system controller’s System Management Services directory structure
    • View System Management Services configuration information on the system controller
  4. Configuring the Sun Fire High-End Server
    • Assign System Management Services administrative privileges to users
    • Save and restore the system controller configuration data
    • Verify platform hardware resources
    • Verify system environments
    • Configure an available component list (ACL) for a domain
    • View system controller message logs
    • Perform flash PROM image updates on various system components
    • Configure the system controller failover
  5. Configuring Sun Fire High-End Server Domains
    • Describe the characteristics of a Sun Fire High-End Server domain
    • List the information required to create a new domain
    • Create a new Sun Fire High-End Server domain from the system controller
    • Initialize a new domain from the system controller
    • Describe the location of the Power-On Self-Test (POST) logs
  6. POST, OpenBoot PROM, and Solaris OS Commands
    • Explore the High-End Server Domain Power-On Self-Test
    • Evaluate the Global Domain Configuration Descriptor (GDCD)
    • Explain the structure of a Sun Fire High-End Server OBP device tree
    • Describe how to locate CPUs, memory banks, and I/O interface cards given their OpenBoot PROM device tree address
    • Configure the Solaris OS on the Sun Fire High-End Server domain
    • Assess domain configuration using standard Solaris OS utilities
  7. Dynamic Reconfiguration
    • Describe the benefits of Dynamic Reconfiguration (DR)
    • Discuss the restrictions and issues that can occur with Dynamic Reconfiguration
    • Analyze domain configuration status using DR
    • Identify the steps required for removing system boards and I/O boards using DR
    • Identify the steps required for installing system boards and I/O boards using DR
    • Move system boards and I/O boards between domains using DR
  8. Managing the Sun Fire High-End Server System With Sun MC 3.x Software
    • Configure the platform for COD
    • Identify COD systems, part numbers and license requirements
    • Identify COD SMS commands
    • Manage, install and remove a COD RTU license key
    • Enable, monitor and service COD resources
    • Install Sun Management Center software on a Sun Fire High-End Server domain
    • Identify Sun Fire High-End Server administrative groups and security, topology objects, and platform config reader modules
    • Describe the use of Platform/Domain State Management (PDSM)
  9. Sun Fire High-End Server Capacity-on-Demand Version 2.0
    • Configure the platform for Capacity-on-Demand version 2.0 software
    • Identify Capacity-on-Demand part number and license requirements
    • Manage Capacity-on-Demand right-to-use (RTU) licenses
    • Identify Capacity-on-Demand System Management Services commands
    • Install and remove a Capacity-on-Demand RTU license key
    • Enable and monitor Capacity-on-Demand resources
    • Service Capacity-on-Demand V2.0 FRUs
  10. Troubleshooting the Sun Fire High-End Server
    • Understand how a Sun Fire High-End Server fails and recovers
    • Understand the role of the system controller in failure logging
    • Describe the different types of failures
    • Find where failure information is recorded
    • Interpret failure information
    • Interpret system configuration using the Sun Explorer utility
    • Understand support information requirements

Metody pracy

Wykład multimedialny, ćwiczenia, laboratoria

W ramach uczestnictwa zapewniamy Państwu

  • testy sprawdzające poziom wiedzy i umiejętności poziomu umiejętności – pozwalające na uczestnictwo na szkoleniu osób o zbliżonym poziomie umiejętności (na życzenie Klienta)
  • materiały dydaktyczne
    w tym skrypt odpowiedni do określonego poziomu
  • samodzielne stanowisko komputerowe
  • catering podczas przerw (kawa, herbata, ciastka)
  • lunch
  • zestaw ćwiczeń po ukończeniu szkolenia dostępnych na płycie CD
  • certyfikat ukończenia szkolenia
  • bezpłatne konsultacje z Wykładowcą 2 tygodnie od ukończenia szkolenia
  • testy sprawdzające poziom wiedzy i umiejętności poziomu umiejętności po ukończeniu szkolenia (na życzenie klienta)

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Słowa kluczowe

Oracle, Java, Sun Java, Java System, Sun Fire, Sun Fire High-End Server, High-End Server Administration, POST, OpenBoot PROM, Solaris
  • Nasze certyfikacje

  • Microsoft
  • Oracle
  • Certiport
  • Pearson Vue

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