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UNIX HP-UX Training Course on CD

Our Unix HP-UX CBT training program contains the course material listed below. (Part 1 & 2)
HP-UX Part 1: Basic Administration Course 
HP-UX Part 2: Network Administration Course

Part 1: Basic Administration Course

The first course in the HP/UX implementation training  track covers basic user and  system administration in the HP/UX environment. It focuses on the common skills  that an administrator will perform and how they are handled in this flavor of  Unix.
Requirement - This course requires an older Java Runtime Version 1.4X. The Download of Java Runtime 1.4x is available from our web siteJava Runtime 1.4x. Not Compatible with Windows 7 or Vista. Can view with Windows XP Only

Learn To:

  • Identify the features of HP-UX versions 10 and 11.
  • Identify the function of the HP-UX system administrator.
  • Identify the hardware requirements for installing HP-UX.
  • Identify the location of user setup and login files.
  • Identify the features of the Logical Volume Manager (LVM).
  • Identify the types of file systems supported by HP-UX.
  • Identify the command-line interface (CLI) commands that can be used to  manage processes.
  • Identify the features of System Log Files in System Administration Manager  (SAM).
  • Identify the methods of determining how system resources are used.

Unit 1: Installation and Startup: Duration: 2 - 3 Hour(s)

  • Identify the features of HP-UX versions 10 and 11.
  • Identify the function of the HP-UX system administrator.
  • Identify the hardware requirements for installing HP-UX.
  • Identify the features of normal installation and advanced installation for  HP-UX.
  • Identify the post-installation procedures for HP-UX.
  • Identify the procedure for booting an HP-UX system.
  • Identify the boot options for HP-UX.
  • Identify the HP-UX startup options.
  • Shut down the HP-UX system.
  • Identify the features of the System Administration Manager (SAM).
  • Identify software installation commands in HP-UX by using SD-UX.
  • Identify the features of HP-UX Help.

Unit 2: System Administration: Duration: 2 - 3 Hour(s)

  • Add a user by using System Administration Manager (SAM).
  • Modify user settings by using System Administration Manager (SAM).
  • Add users with the command-line interface.
  • Modify user settings with the command-line interface.
  • Identify the location of user setup and login files.
  • Create groups with the System Administrator Manager (SAM).
  • Manage groups with the command-line interface.
  • Identify the features of the Logical Volume Manager (LVM).
  • Identify the types of file systems supported by HP-UX.
  • Identify the command-line interface commands that can be used to manage a  file system.
  • Identify the function of System Administrator Manager (SAM) in file system  management.
  • Mount a file system.
  • Modify a mount configuration.
  • Identify the features of disk mirroring within the Logical Volume Manager  (LVM).
  • Set up a new hard disk by using SAM.
  • Identify the features of Unix file permissions.
  • Identify the features of access control lists (ACLs).
  • Identify the guidelines for backup scheduling.
  • Identify the considerations involved in selecting backup media.
  • Identify the command-line interface backup commands available in HP_UX.
  • Perform a backup with System Administrator Manager (SAM)
  • Restore files from a backup with System Administration Manager (SAM).
  • Identify the guidelines for recovering from a disaster.

Unit 3: Optimizing the System: Duration: 2 Hour(s)

  • Control processes using System Administration Manager (SAM).
  • Schedule processes by using System Administration Manager (SAM).
  • Identify the command-line interface (CLI) commands that can be used to  manage processes.
  • Identify the features of System Log Files in System Administration Manager  (SAM).
  • Identify the methods of determining how system resources are used.
  • Identify the CLI performance monitoring commands.
  • Identify optimal system performance parameters.
  • Identify the features of device files and drivers on HP-UX.
  • Identify the features of device configurations in HP-UX.
  • Identify the features of the GlancePlus performance monitoring tool.
  • Tune the kernel parameters.

Part 2: Network Administration Course

In this course, you will learn about printers and terminals in a HP-UX  system. You will also learn about network connections and services.
Training Time 6- 8 hours

Learn To:

  • Identify the capabilities of printers in HP-UX.
  • Add a local printer by using System Administration Manager (SAM).
  • Identify the procedure to manage print queue jobs by using System  Administration Manager (SAM).
  • Identify the features of networking in HP-UX.
  • Sequence the steps to configure a network in HP-UX.
  • Identify the features of Domain Name Service (DNS).

Unit 1: Printers and Terminals: Duration: 2 - 3 Hour(s)

  • Identify the capabilities of printers in HP-UX.
  • Add a local printer by using System Administration Manager (SAM).
  • Identify the procedure to manage print queue jobs by using System  Administration Manager (SAM).
  • Identify the command-line interface (CLI) commands to configure printing in  HP-UX.
  • Identify the options for managing serial devices by using System  Administration Manager (SAM).
  • Configure a terminal.
  • Identify the management options for the graphical user interface (GUI).

Unit 2: Network Connections: Duration: 2 - 3 Hour(s)

  • Identify the features of networking in HP-UX.
  • Sequence the steps to configure a network in HP-UX.
  • Identify the features of Domain Name Service (DNS).
  • Identify the features of Network Information Services (NIS).
  • Identify the features of routing in HP-UX.
  • Identify the daemons and protocols required for routing.

Unit 3: Network Services: Duration: 2 Hour(s)

  • Identify the features of the Network File System (NFS).
  • Identify the Network File System (NFS) daemons and services.
  • Configure the Network File System (NFS) in HP-UX.
  • Identify the features of the automounter.
  • Identify the features of Ignite-UX.
  • Identify the steps required to configure Ignite-UX.
  • Identify the features of HP domain software.
  • Identify the mail services in HP-UX.
  • Identify the features of Sendmail.
  • Identify the features of the Netscape FastTrack HTTP server.
  • Identify the features of File Transfer Protocol (FTP).
  • Identify the features of the Network Time Protocol (NTP).
  • Identify security features in HP-UX.
  • Identify the features of system and file security.
  • Identify HP-UX network security features.