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HP OpenVMS system management I: Essentials for Established Systems

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Course number U3724S
Length 5 days
Delivery method Instructor-led training (ILT)
Onsite dedicated training (OST)
Price USD $3,500
CAD $3,850

Course overview

This course provides the system manager who is going to manage an OpenVMS system or cluster the core information and essential skills needed to examine the system, the software and hardware configuration, and the administrative setup already in place. System managers who take over existing systems must first concern themselves with knowing how to find out what devices exist, what the system resources are, what programs run, who the users are, and what kind of overall administrative processes and procedures exist. Then they must be able to assess what they find and make modifications.

 

Prerequisites

  • Completion of the HP OpenVMS Fundamentals course (U3716S)
 

Audience

  • OpenVMS System Managers

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Course Objective

  • Describe and use OpenVMS commands to display information about the following key OpenVMS concepts: the hardware/software environment, processes, memory management, logical name translation, and the system disk structure
  • Manage public and private volumes on OpenVMS
  • Start up and shut down the system
  • Manage user accounts
  • Get the network up and running
  • Manage batch and print queues
  • Back up and restore system and user data
  • Perform various other day-to-day management tasks, including managing system time, controlling processes, communicating with users, and monitoring security

Benefits to You

System managers who take over existing systems must concern themselves with knowing how to find out what devices exist, what the system resources are, what programs run, who the users are, and what kind of overall procedures exist. Then they must be able to assess what they find and eventually make modifications. This course follows that general outline for each module: how to look, how to assess, and how to do.


Next Steps

  • (U3728S) TCP/IP Services for HP OpenVMS
  • (U3725S) HP OpenVMS System Management II: Installation, Configuration & Customization
  • (U3726S) Managing Complex HP OpenVMS Systems

Detailed Course Outline

System Environment Concepts

  • System environment concepts
  • Examining system information
  • Examining cluster information
  • Logical names
  • System disk structure

Volume Management

  • Understanding volumes
  • Displaying device information
  • Making volumes available
  • Verifying the integrity of the file system
  • Protecting files
  • Dealing with disk fragmentation
  • Managing volume shadowing

System Startup and Shutdown

  • System boot process
  • Standard system startup
  • Conversational boot
  • System shutdown methods
  • Standard system shutdown
  • Emergency shutdown

User Management

  • Planning user accounts
  • Managing accounts
  • Setting privileges
  • Using account prototypes
  • System interactions
  • Security considerations for user management
  • User management aids

Process Management

  • Processes
  • Process context
  • Overview of memory management
  • Displaying process information
  • Displaying memory information

Network Management

  • Networking environment
  • Using LANCP to view network information
  • TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS
  • Command styles
  • Viewing network information
  • Stopping and starting TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS

Queue Management

  • Queue concepts
  • Queue manager commands
  • Queue commands
  • Managing batch queues
  • Managing print queues

Managing Backup and Tapes

  • Backup concepts
  • Backup types
  • Managing tape volumes
  • Backup interfaces
  • Backup operations
  • Backing up a shadow set

System Administration Tasks

  • Using the SYSMAN utility
  • Controlling processes
  • Communicating with users
  • Using the Accounting utility
  • Monitoring system performance
 
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