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PowerHA SystemMirror 7 Planning, Implementation, Customization and Basic Administration (AN61G)

PowerHA SystemMirror 7 Planning, Implementation, Customization and Basic Administration (AN61G)

Overview

Duration : 5 Days

This course is designed to prepare students to install and configure a highly available cluster using PowerHA SystemMirror.

 

 


Objectives

  • Explain what high availability is
  • Outline the capabilities of PowerHA SystemMirror
  • Design and plan a highly available PowerHA cluster
  • Install and configure PowerHA SystemMirror in the following modes of operation:
  • Single resource group on a primary node with standby node (active/passive)
  • Two resource groups in a mutual takeover configuration (active/active)
  • Configure resource group startup, fallover, and fallback policies
  • Perform basic system administration tasks for PowerHA
  • Perform basic customization for PowerHA
  • Perform basic problem determination and recovery



This course is the first in the PowerHA 7 curriculum. The following courses can be taken after this course is completed:

  • PowerHA 7 Advanced Configurations (AN620)
  • PowerHA SystemMirror 7 Migration (AN650)
  • PowerHA/XD: Extended Distance and Disaster Recovery (AN440) 

Course Content

Day 1

Welcome and course introduction
Unit 1: Introduction to PowerHA SystemMirror

  • Exercise 1: Lab setup, cluster planning, and exploring fallover

Unit 2: Planning and configuring network and storage for PowerHA SystemMirror

  • Exercise 2: Preparing the AIX environment for PowerHA SystemMirror



Day 2

Unit 3: Configuring applications for PowerHA SystemMirror

  • Exercise 3: Preparing an application for integration with SystemMirror

Unit 4: Configuring a PowerHA SystemMirror cluster

  • Exercise 4: Initial cluster configuration



Day 3

Unit 5: Cluster validation and testing

  • Exercise 5: Cluster validation and testing

Unit 6: Basic PowerHA SystemMirror administration

  • Exercise 6: Extending the configuration



Day 4 

Unit 7: Events

  • Exercise 7: Events

Unit 8: Basic troubleshooting

  • Exercise 8: PowerHA SystemMirror problem determination



Day 5

Unit 9: PowerHA SystemMirror installation

  • Exercise 9: Install and maintain PowerHA SystemMirror

Open lab

Yes

You should be AIX system administrator have TCP/IP, LVM storage, disk hardware implementation skills. These skills are addressed in the following courses or can be obtained through equivalent education and experience:

  • TCP/IP for AIX Administrators (AN210)
Course ID:
AN61G


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