The Veritas Storage Foundation Cluster File System High Availability 6.0.1: Administration course provides instructions on how to install, configure, verify, and troubleshoot Veritas Storage Foundation Cluster File System High Availability configurations. You will learn how the core component products of SFCFSHA, such as Veritas Cluster Volume Manager, Veritas Cluster File System, and Veritas Cluster Server are combined to manage volumes and file systems in a shared configuration.
This course includes practical, hands-on lab exercises that enable you to test your new skills and begin to use those skills in a working environment.
Target Audience: This course is for customers, support engineers, consultants, and partners who need to maintain and troubleshoot Veritas Storage Foundation Cluster File System.
At the end of this course you will be able to:
Install Veritas Storage Foundation Cluster File
System High Availability.
Configure a CFS cluster according to a specified sample design.
Configure shared disk groups and volumes.
Configure shared file systems.
Describe how Group Lock Manager ensures file system coherency.
Manage shared resources with Veritas Cluster Server (VCS).
Place application instances under VCS control.
Configure I/O fencing for data protection.
Create and use point-in-time copies.
Cluster NFS shares.
Troubleshoot common cluster failures.
Delegates must have previous experience as a Red Hat Linux system administrator. They must also have experience with Storage Foundation and Veritas ClusterServer, equivalent to the administration courses on the following products:
Veritas Storage Foundation 6.0 for UNIX:Administration
Veritas Cluster Server 6.0 for UNIX: Administration
Storage Foundation and High Availability Concepts
Storage Foundation Concepts
High availability concepts
Installing and Configuring SFCFSHA
SFCFSHA editions and licensing methods
Preparing to install SFCFSHA
Installing and configuring SFCFSHA
Upgrading to SFCFSHA 6.0.1
Verifying SFCFSHA configuration
Characteristics of shared data clusters
SFCFSHA architectural overview
Applications for SFCFSHA
Cluster Volume Manager
VxVM and CVM overview
Cluster File System
Cluster file system concepts
Data flow in CFS
Group Lock Manager
Configuration changes and master failover
Recovery in a CVM cluster
High Availability in SFCFSHA
Role of VCS in an SFCFSHA cluster
Placing shared resources under VCS control
Configuring shared resources
Managing an SFCFSHA cluster using VCS
Data protection requirements
I/O fencing concepts and components
I/O fencing operations
I/O fencing implementation
Configuring I/O fencing
Recovering fenced systems
SFCFSHA cluster startup and shutdown
Troubleshooting SFCFSHA clusters
Collecting diagnostic information
Troubleshooting I/O fencing
Troubleshooting SFCFSHA installation and upgrade
Point-in-time Copies in SFCFSHA
Reviewing the point-in-time copy solutions provided by SF
Using the point-in-time copy solutions in an SFCFSHA environment
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