Solaris Cluster for Operations 10
The Oracle Solaris Cluster Administration training helps you develop the skills needed to install and administer Oracle Solaris Cluster 3.3 3/13 hardware and software systems. You'll be introduced to Oracle Solaris Cluster 3.3 3/13 hardware and software product features, hardware configuration and software installation along with configuration, data service configuration, and system operation.
Install Oracle Solaris Cluster.
Use Cluster commands to administer global properties, quorum, disk paths and interconnect components.
Build ZFS Storage pools and file systems for the cluster.
Configure an IPMP group and fail over an adapter in the group.
Create scalable and failover resource groups.
Configure Oracle Solaris Zones, Failover Zones and Zone Clusters.
- » Data Center Manager
- » System Administrator
- » Technical Administrator
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- » Perform system boot procedures
- » Manage file systems and local disk drives
- » Manage user administration
- » Administer the Oracle Solaris 10 OS
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- » Configure solaris10 branded zone, build zone clusters, migrate scalable application from global zone to zone cluster,
- » convert a scalable application to failover application in zone
- » Describe the major Oracle Solaris Cluster hardware and software components and functions
- » Configure access to node consoles and the cluster console software
- » Install and configure the Oracle Solaris Cluster software
- » Configure Oracle Solaris Cluster quorum devices and device fencing
- » Configure and use ZFS in the Oracle Solaris Cluster software environment
- » Configure Solaris Volume Manager software in the Oracle Solaris Cluster software environment
- » Create Internet Protocol Multipathing (IPMP) failover groups in the Oracle Solaris Cluster software environment
- » Describe resources and resource groups, configure a failover data service resource group (Network File System [NFS]),
- » and configure a scalable data service resource group (Apache)
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- Planning the Oracle Solaris Cluster Environment
- Define Clustering
- Describe Oracle Solaris Cluster features
- Identify Oracle Solaris Cluster hardware environment
- Identify the Oracle Solaris Cluster software environment
- Identify the Oracle Solaris Cluster-Supported applications
- Identify the Oracle Solaris Cluster High Availability Framework
- Identify Global Storage Services
- Identify Virtualization support in Oracle Solaris Cluster
- Establishing Cluster Node Console Connectivity
- Describe the different methods of accessing a console
- Configure the Oracle Solaris Cluster console software on the administration workstation
- Use the Oracle Solaris Console tools
- Preparing for the Oracle Solaris Cluster Installation
- Prepare the Oracle Solaris OS environment
- Identify Cluster Storage topologies
- Describe Quorum Server, Quorum Votes, and Quorum Devices
- Describe Persistent Quorum Reservations and Cluster Amnesia
- Describe Data Fencing
- Configure a Cluster Interconnect
- Identify public network adapters
- Configure shared physical adapters
- Installing and Configuring the Oracle Solaris Cluster Software
- List the Oracle Solaris Cluster installation and configuration steps
- Install the Oracle Solaris Cluster packages by using the Oracle Solaris Cluster installer
- Describe the Oracle Solaris Cluster framework configuration
- Configure a cluster installation using all-at-once and typical modes
- Configure additional nodes for the one-at-a-time method
- Describe the Oracle Solaris OS files and settings that are automatically configured by scinstall
- Perform automatic quorum configuration
- Describe manual quorum selection
- Performing Oracle Solaris Cluster Administration
- Identify the cluster daemons
- Use cluster commands
- Use RBAC with Oracle Solaris Cluster
- Administer Cluster Global Properties
- Administer Cluster Nodes
- Administer Quorum
- Administer Disk Path Monitoring
- Administer SCSI protocol settings of storage devices
- Using ZFS With Oracle Solaris Cluster Software
- Build ZFS storage pools and file systems
- Use ZFS for Oracle Solaris Cluster failover data
- Using Solaris Volume Manager With Oracle Solaris Cluster Software
- Provide an overview of Solaris Volume Manager software
- Describe shared disk sets
- Describe Solaris Volume Manager Multi-Owner Disksets
- Describe creating and managing shared disks
- Build volumes in shared disk sets with soft partitions of mirrors
- Use Solaris Volume Manager status commands
- Perform Oracle Solaris Cluster software-level device group management
- Mirror the boot disk with Solaris Volume Manager software
- Managing the Public Network With IPMP
- Define the purpose of IPMP
- Define the concepts of an IPMP group
- List examples of network adapters in IPMP groups on a single Oracle Solaris OS server
- Describe the operation of the in.mpathd daemon
- List the options available for use with the ifconfig command that support IPMP and configure IPMP using /etc/hostname.xxx files
- Configure IPMP manually with the ifconfig command
- Perform a forced failover of an adapter in an IPMP group
- Describe the integration of IPMP into the Oracle Solaris Cluster software environment
- Managing Data Services, Resource Groups, and HA-NFS
- Describe how data service agents enable a data service in a cluster to operate properly
- List the components of a data service agent
- Describe data service packaging, installation, and registration
- Describe the primary purpose of resource groups
- Differentiate between failover and scalable data services
- Describe how to use special resource types
- List the guidelines for using global and highly available local file systems
- Differentiate between standard, extension, and resource group properties
- Configuring Scalable Services and Advanced Resource Group Relationships
- Identify scalable services and shared addresses
- Describe the characteristics of scalable services
- Describe the SharedAddress resource
- Describe the properties of resource groups and scalable groups
- Describe how the SharedAddress resource works with scalable services
- Add auxiliary nodes for a SharedAddress property
- Review command examples for a scalable service
- Control scalable resources and resource groups
- Using Oracle Solaris Zones in Oracle Solaris Cluster
- Describe Oracle Solaris 10 OS zones
- Identify HA for Zones
- Configure a failover Zone
- Identify Zones as virtual nodes
- Identify zone cluster
- Create a zone cluster
- Identify cross-cluster affinities and dependencies
- Exploring Oracle Solaris Cluster Use Cases
- Configure Oracle Database 11g software as a failover application
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