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Course number H4C12S
Length 5 days
Delivery method* Remotely assisted instructional learning ( RAIL)
Instructor-led training ( ILT)
Onsite dedicated training ( OST)
Price USD $4,000
CAD $4,400
*Courses are supported in the delivery formats above, but are not necessarily scheduled in every delivery format listed. Please click the schedule links at the top of the page to see which delivery formats are currently scheduled.

Course overview

This course is designed for experienced Linux system and network administrators implementing HP Serviceguard A.12.00. Topics include the basic requirements of a highly available system and progress through to the configuration of a Serviceguard cluster/packages, culminating in using both NFS and Oracle 11gR2 toolkit packages along with using the cluster simulator and analytics utilities. The course is 50 percent lecture and 50 percent hands-on labs using RHEL 6.4.


Prerequisites

  • Background in Linux system and network administration including Logical Volume Manager (LVM) and/or Veritas Volume Manager (VxVM)

Audience

  • Linux system and network administrators who currently, or soon will, develop, design, implement, and monitor Serviceguard (SG) clusters on Linux

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Course objectives

At the conclusion of this course you should be able to:

  • Configure, implement, and manage an HP SG cluster and packages
  • Install HP Serviceguard A.12.00 and Serviceguard Manager
  • Use ‘cmeasyinstall’
  • Utilize basic troubleshooting techniques
  • Install and configure NFS and Oracle packages using the toolkits
  • Use Live Application Detach and 'rolling upgrade'
  • Configure generic resources
  • Use the SG simulator and SG cluster analytics

Benefits to you

  • Protect mission critical applications against a variety of hardware and software failures through effective use of Serviceguard on Linux
  • Reduce application downtime by learning how to configure Serviceguard cluster and using Serviceguard's rolling upgrade facility
  • Minimize, and in some instances eliminate, your application downtime by learning how to automate the detection of failures and restoration of application service

Course outline

Introduction to High Availability

  • What is high availability and reducing the risk
  • Storage technologies and HA network design

High Availability with Serviceguard (SG)

  • SG features and benefits and SG packages
  • Minimizing planned downtime
  • Installing prerequisite software
  • Serviceguard Manager

Storage for Serviceguard

  • Volume management
  • Persistent reservation overview
  • Review of LVM and VxVM concepts
  • Configure a shared LVM volume and VxVM data group
  • Using hosttags

Cluster Concepts and Configuration

  • Describe the difference between heartbeat, stationary, and standby LAN interfaces
  • Configure active/standby LAN interfaces using channel bonding
  • Cluster arbitration using a LockLUN and Quorum server
  • Steps to configure a Serviceguard cluster
  • View the status of the cluster and log file

Additional Cluster Features

  • Test the local LAN failover
  • Node failures and cluster reformation
  • Node joining and leaving a cluster
  • Basic cluster management

Packages and Services

  • Configure a basic Serviceguard package
  • The package configuration file
  • Package and node switching management
  • Interpret package status from cmviewcl
  • Package log file

Package Policies

  • Package FAILOVER and FAILBACK policies
  • Package access control
  • Using package dependencies, priorities, and weights

Application Monitoring Scripts and Toolkits

  • Writing and using an application monitor
  • The package control script
  • Application integration toolkits

Cluster Troubleshooting

  • Test clusters and packages for problems
  • Using the log files
  • Using Serviceguard commands for troubleshooting
  • Approaches to troubleshooting

Cluster and Package Online Reconfiguration

  • Cluster modifications online and online package modifications
  • Storage reconfiguration
  • Add and remove a node or package while the cluster is running

Highly Available NFS

  • Install the NFS server toolkit
  • Configure an NFS server package using the NFS toolkit
  • Configure an NFS client package
  • Test the NFS server package for various failures

Highly Available Oracle Database

  • Install the Oracle database toolkit
  • Configure an Oracle 11gR2 database package using the Oracle toolkit
  • Check the operation of the Oracle database and failover

Cluster and Package Maintenance

  • Rolling upgrade of Serviceguard
  • Kernel parameter change using Live Application Detach
  • Package partial startup

Generic Resources

  • Configure and use generic resources in a package

Cluster Simulation

  • Investigate the simulator interface and actions

Cluster Analytics

  • Install the Analytics utility
  • Display data collected by Serviceguard Cluster Analytics

Serviceguard Manager

  • Discuss the components of Serviceguard Manager
  • Navigate the Serviceguard Manager interface

H4C12S - C.00
 
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