Instructor-led training (ILT)
Onsite dedicated training (OST)
This course is designed for individuals with experience managing a HP Tru64 UNIX operating system, who are interested in maximizing the performance on their systems. Course topics include factors that affect system performance, monitoring and identifying system bottlenecks, and system tuning. Examples are based on HP Tru64 UNIX v5.1A.
Students should be able to manage files, monitor and manage user processes, write and debug simple shell programs and customize the system configuration file and build a new kernel in an HP Tru64 UNIX system.
This course is intended for individuals with experience managing an HP Tru64 UNIX operating system, who are interested in the advanced topics of performance tuning. This includes service engineers, customers, and HP's business partners.
This course will show the student how to use multiple interfaces, and introduces various HP Tru64 UNIX commands used to monitor system performance. The course includes tuning lab activities and will aid in preparation for the HP Tru64 UNIX v5 advanced administration, support, and performance certification exam.
HP Tru64 UNIX Performance for GS Series Systems U3703S
HP Tru64 UNIX features and subsystems overview
HP Tru64 UNIX features
Privileged architecture library
Factors affecting performance
Basic performance tips to the system manager
Changing system parameters
Identifying and modifying performance problems
Finding the performance problem
Balanced system guidelines
Identifying bottlenecks on an HP Tru64 UNIX system