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High Availability Fundamentals with Veritas Storage Foundation 6.0 and Veritas Cluster Server 6.0 for UNIX (HAFU)


Who Should Attend


This course is for UNIX system or network administrators, system engineers, technical support personnel, and system integration/development staff who will be installing, operating, or integrating Veritas Storage Foundation and Veritas Cluster Server.


Course Certifications


This course is part of the following Certifications:
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Knowledge of UNIX system administration

This course includes practical exercises that allow you to test your new skills and begin to transfer them into your working environment.


Course Objectives

By the end of this course, you will be able to:
 Install and configure Veritas Storage Foundation High Availability.
 Configure and manage disks, disk groups, and volumes by using Veritas Volume Manager.
 Perform online file system administration by using Veritas File System tools and  commands.
 Identify types of disk failure and resolve disk failures.
 Manage cluster services with Veritas Cluster Server and perform troubleshooting  techniques.
 Describe cluster communications, identify faults, and configure failover behavior.


Course Content

The Symantec High Availability Fundamentals with Veritas Storage Foundation 6.0 and Veritas Cluster Server 6.0 for UNIX course describes how to manage storage in a high availability environment, perform cluster management, and practice basic file system administration. This five-day, instructor-led, hands-on class covers how to use Veritas high availability technology to meet data availability goals of your operations by implementing Veritas Cluster Server and Veritas Storage Foundation, which includes Veritas Volume Manager and Veritas File System.

PART 1: Veritas Storage Foundation 6.0: Install and Configure
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
Getting Started with Veritas Operations Manager (VOM)
 VOM overview
 Installing the VOM management server
 Installing additional functionality using VOM add-ons
 Changing Storage Foundation hosts to managed hosts
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
 Creating a layered volume
 Allocating storage for volumes
 Using the Storage Provisioning add-on in VOM
Making Configuration Changes
 Administering mirrored volumes
 Resizing a volume and a file system
 Moving data between systems
 Renaming disks and disk groups
 Managing disk group versions and formats
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

PART 2: Veri tas Cluster Server 6.0 for UNIX: Install
and Configure
High Availabil ity Concepts
 High availability concepts
 Clustering concepts
 HA application services
 Clustering prerequisites
VCS Bui lding Blocks
 VCS terminology
 Cluster communicat ion
 VCS architecture
Preparing a Site for VCS Implementation
 Hardw are requirements and recommendat ions
 Sof tw are requirements and recommendations
 Preparing installat ion information
 Preparing to upgrade
Installing VCS
 Using the Common Product Installer
 VCS conf iguration f iles
 View ing the default VCS conf iguration
 Veritas Operations Manager
 Other installat ion considerat ions
 Upgrading to 6.0
VCS Operations
 Common VCS tools and operations
 Service group operat ions
 Resource operat ions
 Using the VCS Simulator
VCS Configuration Methods
 Starting and stopping VCS
 Overview of conf iguration methods
 Online conf igurat ion
 Of f line conf igurat ion
 Controlling access to VCS
Preparing Services for High Availabi lity
 Preparing applications for VCS
 Performing one-time conf igurat ion tasks
 Testing the application service
 Stopping and migrating an applicat ion service
 Collecting conf iguration information
Online Configuration
 Online service group conf iguration procedure
 Adding resources
 Solving common conf iguration errors
 Testing the service group
Offline Configuration
 Of f line conf igurat ion procedures
 Solving of f line conf iguration problems
 Testing the service group
Configuring Notification
 Notif ication overview
 Conf iguring not if ication
 Using triggers for notif ication
Handling Resource Faults
 VCS response to resource faults
 Determining failover duration
 Controlling fault behavior
 Recovering f rom resource faults
 Fault notif ication and event handling
Intelligent Monitoring Framework
 IMF overview
 IMF conf iguration
 Faults and failover w ith intelligent monitoring
Cluster Communications
 VCS communications review
 Cluster membership
 Cluster interconnect conf iguration
 Joining the cluster membership
 Changing the interconnect conf iguration
I/O Fencing
 Data protection requirements
 I/O fencing concepts and components
 I/O fencing operat ions
 I/O fencing implementation
 Conf iguring I/O fencing
Coordination Point Server
 Coordination point concepts
 Installing and conf iguring CP servers
 Conf iguring client clusters
 CPS administrat ion
 Coordination point agent



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