• What Are the Risks?
  • Reducing the Risk: Redundant Data
  • Disk Configurations 
  • Reducing the Risk: Asymmetric Clusters
  • Reducing the Risk: Minimizing Downtime
  • Reducing the Risk: Network Redundancy
  • Multi-Network Environment
  • Redundant LAN Cards
  • Redundant Hubs
  • Redundant Routers 
  • Redundant Client Networks
  • Introducing Serviceguard
  • High Availability with Serviceguard
  • Features and Benefits of Serviceguard
  • How Serviceguard Works
  • Serviceguard Packages
  • Redistributing Application Packages
  • Minimizing Planned Downtime
  • Serviceguard Bundle/Products
  • HPE Serviceguard Solutions
  • Serviceguard and Integrity VM
  • Cluster File System
  • Multi-Node Packages and Package Dependencies
  • Oracle RAC and CFS
  • Storage choices based on your priorities
  • SGeRAC and LVM MORE
  • System Management Homepage
  • Serviceguard Manager
  • Serviceguard Storage Management Suite
  • Metrocluster
  • Continentalclusters
  • Serviceguard Disk Space Management Overview
  • Boot and Root disk concepts
  • General disk concepts
  • Volume management in Serviceguard for HP-UX
  • LUN, Disk, and DVD DSF Names for 11.31
  • Review of LVM Concepts
  • Configure a Shareable LVM Volume Group
  • LVM Issues with Serviceguard
  • Common LVM Commands
  • LVM and VxVM Command Comparison
  • Configure a Shareable VxVM Disk Group
  • CFS Filesystem
  • Definition of a Cluster
  • Major Components of a Cluster
  • Network Interface Configuration
  • Cluster Lock Configuration Using LVM Disks
  • Cluster Lock Configuration Using a Quorum Server
  • Quorum Server Redundancy 
  • Cluster Lock Configuration using Lock LUN
  • Lock LUN support for HP-UX
  • Lock LUN rules
  • Comparison
  • Heartbeat Configuration
  • cmcld Process
  • Cluster Formation Requirements
  • Steps to Configure a Cluster
  • Cluster Configuration Procedure
  • Viewing the Cluster: cmviewcl Command
  • Checking the Cluster Log
  • Serviceguard Volume Groups
  • Marking Volume Groups for use in
  • Serviceguard
  • Exclusive Mode Volume Group Activation
  • Cluster Formation and Reformations
  • Ways to Initially Form the Cluster
  • Node Failures and Node Joins
  • Cluster Reformation ExamplevLocal LAN Card
  • Failover—Normal Network Flow
  • Local LAN Card Failover—Network Flow to Standby LAN Card
  • Packaging Concepts
  • Sample Package Configuration
  • Sample Configuration after Node Failure
  • Package Switching
  • Viewing Package Status
  • Package Owner and State 
  • Modifying Package Status
  • Review Commands for Controlling a Cluster
  • Configuration of Package
  • Package Modules Types
  • Modularized Package Control Script
  • Modularized Package Control File
  • Package Configuration Procedure
  • Create the Package Configuration File
  • Edit the Package Configuration File
  • Verify and Distribute the Binary File
  • Enhancements to cmapplyconf/cmcheckconf
  • The Package Script Log File
  • Package Policies
  • Package Type
  • Failover Policies
  • Failback Policies
  • Example of Automatic Failback
  • Access Control Policies
  • Node Fail Fast and Service Fail Fast
  • Package Dependencies
  • Dependency Rules
  • Complex Dependencies
  • Cross node dependencies example
  • Exclusionary dependency example
  • cmapplyconf warning
  • Complex dependency challenge
  • Package Priorities
  •  Setting Package Priority
  • Resource Dependency
  • cmrunpkg review
  • Package Weight/Node capacity
  • Node Capacity/Package Weight challenge
  • Configuration file example
  • Node Capacity Configuration
  • Package Weight Configuration Methods
  • Package Weight/Node Capacity Rules
  • Capacity “package_limit"
  • Package priority & package weight rules
  • Priority and Weight challenge
  • Package Startup and shutdown
  • Rules for Service Processes
  • Application Monitoring Script
  • HA Toolkit Overview (or how to use monitoring)
  • ECMT Version B.06.00
  • Modular toolkit architecture 
  • Modular Oracle db toolkit deployment
  • Configuration directory operations for Modular Packages
  • Troubleshooting in Serviceguard
  • Approaches to identifying problems
  • Double-checking supported configurations
  • Log files
  • Monitoring the syslog File
  • Monitoring the package log file
  • Useful Troubleshooting Commands
  • Using cmviewconf and cmgetconf
  • Using cmquerycl and cmcheckconf
  • Using cmviewcl
  • Common problem categories
  • System administration errors
  • Package control script hangs or failures
  • Package Log File Enhancements
  • Causes of cluster reformations
  • Approaches to fixing problems
  • Resolving Serviceguard command hangs
  • Modifying debugging options
  • Modifying startup debugging options
  • Starting applications outside of a Serviceguard package
  • cmgetconf
  • The Built-in Safety Net
  • Patch recommendations
  • Common Cluster Configuration Issues
  • Testing Cluster Operations
  • Testing the package manager
  • Testing the cluster manager
  • Testing the network manager
  • Notification for Package Failure
  • Serviceguard Online Reconfiguration
  • Online cluster reconfiguration
  •  Storage reconfiguration
  •  Add a Node while a Cluster Is Running
  •  Remove a Node while a Cluster Is Running
  •  A0000 Package while a Cluster Is Running
  •  Remove a Package while a Cluster Is Running 
  •  Modify a Package while the Cluster and Package are Running
  •  Modify a Package while the Cluster Is Running, but the Package Is Down
  •  New Preview Functionality
  •  SG commands—t option
  • Highly Available NFS Server Package
  • Using the modular NFS Server Toolkit
  • Highly Available NFS Client Package
  • Highly Available Oracle Package - Overview
  • Serviceguard Toolkits
  • ECMT modular Toolkit Contents • Create Oracle Package
  • EMS Overview
  • Configuration of EMS Requests
  • What can be configured
  • Select EMS Resources
  • Select EMS Configuration
  • Resource Dependency
  • Setting up a Package to use an EMS Resource
  • WBEM Overview
  • WBEM Services Value Proposition
  • WBEM relative to SNMP, DMI and EMS
  • HPE WBEM Based Enterprise Management
  • HP-UX 11i WBEM Providers
  • Network Redundancy 
  • Multi-Network Environment
  • Redundant LAN Cards, Hubs and Routers
  • Redundant Client Networks
  • Multiple IP Addresses
  • Cross-subnet support
  • Serviceguard Command Changes
  • Serviceguard Package Configuration Changes
  • Cross subnet network configuration requirements
  • APA Auto-Port Aggregation (APA) Overview
  • APA/LAN Monitor Requirements
  • Configuring APA
  • IPv6 Networks
  • IP Monitor
  • Failures and Recovery
  • Minimizing Planned Downtime
  • Rules for Rolling Upgrade
  • New Cluster Manager (CM2) in SG 11.19
  • Special Considerations for Upgrade to Serviceguard A.11.20
  • CM2 Changes
  • CM2 similarity to CM 
  • Cluster Reformation
  • Rolling Upgrade CM to CM2 Process
  • Special Considerations for Upgrade to Serviceguard A.11.20
  • syslog messages during protocol switch
  • Rolling upgrade to A.11.19 restrictions
  • Special Considerations for Upgrade to Serviceguard A.11.20
  • Serviceguard Rolling Upgrades
  • Operating System Rolling Upgrade
  • Cluster before Rolling Upgrade
  • Example of a Rolling Upgrade - Running Cluster with Packages Moved
  • Example of Rolling Upgrade - Node 1 Upgraded to HP-UX 11.31
  • Example of Rolling Upgrade - Install Serviceguard, Rejoin Cluster
  • Example of Rolling Upgrade - Run Cluster with all Packages on Node 1
  • Example of Rolling Upgrade - Upgrade Node 2
  • When a Rolling Upgrade Is Not Possible
  • Dynamic Root Disk (DRD) for Serviceguard
  • DRD Use-case - recovery
  • DRD Use-case - maintenance
  • Storage Maintenance for Packages
  • Modifying a Volume Group
  • Modifying a Logical Volume
  • Extending a Logical Volume to a specific disk
  • Reducing the size of a Logical Volume 
  • Moving all data on one LVM disk to another
  • Make a Logical Volume/File System Larger or Smaller
  • LVM Maintenance to a Package
  • Add Disk to Volume Group Owned by a Package
  • Add Logical Volume/File System to Volume
  • Group Owned by a Package
  • Add a Volume Group to a Package
  • Manage VxVM Disk Groups
  • Manage VxVM Volumes
  • HPE Cluster Monitoring Tools
  • Serviceguard Manager B.03.xx for SMH
  • SG Mgr B.03.00.10 Enhancements
  • Topology Map Feature Highlights
  • Graphical Map
  • Navigation
  • Contextual Menu
  • Pop-up Summary
  • Drag and Drop
  • Serviceguard 11.20 Enhancements
  • Live Application Detach (LAD)
  • Live Application Detach - Rules
  • Application Packages Can Use NFS
  • Cluster-Wide Device File Names
  • Cluster-Wide Device Files
  • Cluster Verification
  • Cluster Verification with SG Manager
  • VxVM and LVM Monitor
  • Serviceguard Manager A.05.03
  • Easy Deployment
  • Easy Deployment Commands - cmdeploycl
  • Easy Deployment Commands - cmpreparecl
  • Easy Deployment Commands - cmpreparestg
  • Easy Deployment Commands - cmquerycl cmapplyconf
  • Serviceguard Manager B.03.00 Enhancements
  • Serviceguard Manager Easy Deploy
  • Easy Deploy Cluster Creation

This course teaches system administrators how to effectively use Serviceguard to protect mission critical applications from a wide variety of hardware and software failures. The 5-day course is 40 percent lecture and 60 percent hands-on labs using HPE servers. This course has been updated to support HP-UX 11.31 and Serviceguard version A.11.20 but is still applicable to earlier versions of the product.

For why?

HP-UX system administrators who currently, or soon will, develop, design, implement, and monitor Serviceguard clusters.

Specifications:

  • HP-UX System and Network Administration I (H3064S) and HP-UX System and Network Administration II (H3065S) or
  • HP-UX System and Network Administration for Experienced UNIX® System Administrators (H5875S) and
  • HP-UX Logical Volume Manager (H6285S) or HP-UX VERITAS Volume Manager (HB505S) and
  • POSIX Shell Programming (H4322S)

1. Configure a volume group or disk group that can be used on multiple systems and a basic package to run in a Serviceguard environment
2. Configure and maintain a Serviceguard cluster
3. Configure and implement an application monitor
4. Replace a failed LVM lock disk
5. Change the cluster configuration and add or delete a package to a running cluster
6. Set up a Serviceguard package using the NFS toolkit and Oracle toolkit
7. Configure a highly available network using redundant hubs, routers, and networks
8. Perform a rolling upgrade
9. Use Serviceguard Manager to manage a Serviceguard cluster
10. Perform troubleshooting activities to resolve Serviceguard configuration problems

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  • Materiały szkoleniowe, notatnik, długopis
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  • Obiad

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