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Oracle Solaris Cluster 4.x Administration [D74942]

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Description

cette formation permet d'installer et d'administrer les cluster 4.0 aussi bien en terme de hardware qu'en terme de software

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Installing and configuring the Oracle Solaris 10/11 Operating System Updating and managing software packages Administering services and data storage Administering physical networks and zones Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration Oracle Solaris 11 Advanced System Administration

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Programme

Introduction to the course

Overview
Course goals
Course agenda
Introduction
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Planning the Oracle Solaris Cluster Environment

Defining Clustering
Oracle Solaris Cluster Features
Oracle Solaris Cluster Hardware Environment
Oracle Solaris Cluster Software Environment
Oracle Solaris Cluster Supported Applications
Oracle Solaris Cluster High Availability Framework
Identifying the Global Storage Services
Virtualization Support in Oracle Solaris Cluster

Establishing Cluster Node Console Connectivity

Accessing the Cluster Node Consoles
Using the Oracle Solaris Parallel Console Software

Preparing for the Oracle Solaris Cluster Installation

Preparing the Oracle Solaris OS Environment
Oracle Solaris Cluster Storage Connections
Describing Quorum Votes and Quorum Devices
Persistent Quorum Reservations and Cluster Amnesia
Describing Data Fencing
Configuring a Cluster Interconnect
Identifying Public Network Adapters
Configuring Shared Physical Adapters

Installing and Configuring the Oracle Solaris Cluster Software

Identifying the Oracle Solaris Cluster Install Package Groups
Prerequisites for Installing the Oracle Solaris Cluster Software
Installing the Oracle Solaris Cluster Software
Set the Root Environment
Configuring the Oracle Solaris Cluster Software
Sample Cluster Configuration Scenarios
Settings Automatically Configured by scinstall
Automatic Quorum Configuration and installmode Reset

Performing Oracle Solaris Cluster Administration

Identifying Cluster Daemons
Using Cluster Commands
Using RBAC With Oracle Solaris Cluster
Administering Cluster Global Properties
Administering Cluster Nodes
Administering Quorum
Administering Disk Path Monitoring
Administering SCSI Protocol Settings of Storage Devices

Using ZFS With Oracle Solaris Cluster Software

Building ZFS Storage Pools and File Systems
Using ZFS for Oracle Solaris Cluster Failover Data

Using Solaris Volume Manager With Oracle Solaris Cluster Software

Introduction to Solaris Volume Manager
Solaris Volume Manager Disk Sets
Solaris Volume Manager Multi-Owner Disksets (for Oracle RAC)
Shared Disk Set Replica Management
Using Solaris Volume Manager Status Commands and Building Volumes in Shared Disk Sets With Soft Partitions of Mirrors
Managing Solaris Volume Manager Disksets and Oracle Solaris Cluster Device Groups
Using Global and Failover File Systems on Shared Disk Set Volumes

Managing the Public Network With IPMP

Introducing IPMP
Describing General IPMP Concepts
Configuring standby adapters in a group
Controlling the Behavior of IPMP
Using ipadm commands to Configure IPMP
Performing Failover and Failback Manually
Configuring IPMP in the Oracle Solaris Cluster Environment

Managing Data Services, Resource Groups, and HA-NFS

Introducing Data Services in the Cluster
Oracle Solaris Cluster Software Data Service Agents
Introducing Data Service Packaging, Installation, and Registration
Introducing Resources, Resource Groups, and Resource Group Manager
Describing Failover Resource Groups
Using Special Resource Types
Guidelines for Using Global and Failover File Systems
Understanding Resource Dependencies and Resource Group Dependencies

Configuring Scalable Services and Advanced Resource Group Relationships

Using Scalable Services and Shared Addresses
Exploring the Characteristics of Scalable Services
Using the Shared Address Resource
Exploring Resource Groups for Scalable Services
Properties for Scalable Groups and Services
Adding Auxiliary Nodes for a SharedAddress Property
Reviewing Command Examples for a Scalable Service
Controlling Scalable Resources and Resource Groups

Using Oracle Solaris Zones in Oracle Solaris Cluster

Oracle Solaris Zones in Oracle Solaris Cluster
Using HA for Zones
Example of Configuring a Failover Zone
Using Zone Cluster
Example of Creating a Zone Cluster
Cross Cluster Affinities and Dependencies

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