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Veritas Volume Manager Online Training (VxVM)

Veritas Volume Manager Online Training is a course from FolksIT in which you will learn about the maintenance of the physical discs and Logical Unit Numbers. These discs and numbers are known as volumes. The course will let you know about using the disc management system online. You will also learn about installation and configuration of Veritas Volume Manager.

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Veritas Volume Manager Training

Veritas Volume Manager Training will be taught by expert instructors who have worked on live projects related to Veritas Volume Manager in Linux. You will be using a graphical user interface in order to do various things like disk management, management of disk groups and maintaining the volumes. You will also get the knowledge of recovering files and management of file systems.

 Veritas Volume Manager Tutorial Key features

  • Instructor-led live training will be provided
  • Instructors will be available for 24/7
  • Get the theoretical and practical knowledge through the course
  • Get Veritas Volume Manager interview question
  • Understand concepts through a Veritas Volume Manager tutorial besides attending the classes.
  • Learn how to work on Veritas software.
  • Understand what is veritas volume manager and how it works
  • Learn commands of  Veritas Volume Manager in Linux
  • Veritas tutorial videos will also be provided
  • Get Veritas VxVM certification after completion of training

Who should take VxVM Course Online?

People who will be benefitted from pursuing this course are as follows.

  • UNIX system administrators
  • Network administrators
  • System engineers
  • Technical support personnel
  • System integration and development staff
Course curriculum
    • Describe the major disk storage administration tasks
    • Describe Sun storage interface types
    • Describe available Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) technologies including
    • Host-based RAID technology
    • Controller-based RAID technology
    • Describe disk storage concepts that are common to many storage installations, including:
    • Hot swapping
    • Storage area networking
    • Multihost access
    • Multipath access
    • Identify storage configurations by:
    • Conducting a physical inventory
    • Displaying storage configurations
    • Identifying controller addresses
    • Decoding logical device paths
    • Verify storage array firmware revisions
    • List the advantages of using virtual disk management
    • Describe standard RAID terminology
    • List the common features of each supported RAID level including:
    • Concatenation – RAID 0
    • Striping – RAID 0
    • Mirroring – RAID 1
    • Mirrored Stripe (Striping plus mirroring) – RAID 0+1
    • Mirrored Concatenation – RAID 0+1
    • Striped Mirror (Mirroring plus striping) – RAID 1+0
    • Concatenated Mirror – RAID 1+0
    • Striping with distributed parity – RAID 5
    • Describe the optimum hardware configuration for each supported RAID level
    • Identify the new features of VERITAS Volume Manager 4.1
    • List the key elements of preinstallation planning
    • Research VxVM software patch requirements
    • Install the VxVM software
    • Describe the three installation methods:
    • The installvm method
    • The installer method
    • The pkgadd method
    • Initialize the VxVM software
    • Describe the function of VxVM disk groups
    • List disk group administrative operations including:
    • Initialize disk drives for VxVM use
    • Create disk groups
    • Add and remove disk drives for a disk group
    • Import and deport disk groups
    • Destroy a disk group
    • Rename VxVM disk drives
    • Administer disk groups using the vxdiskadm utility
    • Administer disk groups using command-line programs
    • Administer disk groups using the Veritas Enterprise Administrator (VEA) GUI
    • Interpret volume structure listings
    • Describe volume planning activities
    • Create volumes using the vxassist command
    • Create volumes using the VEA GUI
    • Modify volume access attributes
    • Add file systems to existing volumes
    • Add and remove volume logs
    • Use the VEA GUI to analyze volume structures
    • Encapsulate and mirror the system boot disk
    • Administer hot spares and hot relocation
    • Evacuate allSubdisk from a disk drive
    • Move a populated disk drive to a new disk group
    • Backup and restore a disk group configuration
    • Describe how to import a disk group after a system crash
    • Perform a volume Snapshot backup
    • Perform an online volume relayout
    • Create Vxvm Layered volumes
    • Replace a failed disk drive
    • Describe basic VxFS features
    • Install the VxFS software
    • Create VxFS file systems
    • Use extended VxFS mount options
    • Perform online VxFS administration tasks
    • Modify kernel tunable parameters
    • Describe Storage Checkpoints
    • Describe VxFS file system quotas
    • Describe performance improvement techniques
    • Use the vxstat and vxtrace performance analysis tools
    • Describe RAID-5 write performance characteristics
    • High Availability Concepts
      • High availability concepts
      • Clustering concepts
      • HA application services
      • Clustering prerequisites
      • High availability references
    • VCS Building Blocks
      • VCS Terminology
      • Cluster Communication
      • VCS Architecture
    • Preparing a Site for VCS Implementation
      • Hardware requirements and recommendations
      • Software requirements and recommendations
      • Preparing installation information
      • Preparing to upgrade
    • Installing VCS
      • Using the Veritas Product Installer
      • VCS Configuration Files
      • Viewing the Default VCS Configuration
      • Other Installation Considerations
    • VCS Operations
      • Common VCS tools and operations
      • Service group operations
      • Resource operations
      • Using the VCS Simulator
    • VCS Configuration Methods
      • Starting and Stopping VCS
      • Overview of Configuration Methods
      • Online Configuration
      • Offline Configuration
      • Controlling Access to VCS
    • Preparing Services for High Availability
      • Preparing applications for VCS
      • Performing one-time configuration tasks
      • Testing the application service
      • Stopping and migrating an application service
      • Collecting configuration information
    • Online Configuration
      • Online Service Group Configuration
      • Adding Resources
      • Solving Common Configuration Errors
      • Testing the Service Group
    • Offline Configuration
      • Offline configuration procedures
      • Solving offline configuration problems
      • Testing the service group
    • Cluster Communications
      • VCS Communications Review
      • Cluster Membership
      • Cluster Interconnect Configuration
      • Joining the Cluster Membership
      • Changing the Interconnect Configuration
    • Clustering NFS
      • Preparing NFS for high availability
      • Testing the NFS service
      • Configuring NFS resources
      • NFS lock failover
      • Alternative NFS configurations
    • System and Communication Faults
      • Ensuring data integrity
      • Cluster interconnect failures
    • I/O Fencing
      • Data protection requirements
      • I/O fencing concepts and components
      • I/O fencing operations
      • I/O fencing implementation
      • Configuring I/O fencing
      • Coordination point server
    • Troubleshooting
      • Monitoring VCS
      • Troubleshooting Guide
      • Archiving VCS-Related Files
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Veritas Volume Manager Training FAQ’s:
1.What is the qualification of the trainers?

The trainers are well-qualified and have full knowledge about the Veritas software. You will be able to ask any question to them regarding the course.

2.How the sessions of mock tests will be conducted?

You will be given the questions online which you have to solve. Numbers will be calculated on the basis of correct answers. In this way you will know how to give actual exam.

3.Will we get the facility of demo classes?

Yes! You will get the facility of demo VxVM classes for making decision to take up the Veritas Training.

4.Is there any refund policy?

Yes! If you will not like the demos then the registration fee will be returned.

5.Will I get the facility of mock interviews?

Yes! You will get the facility of mock Veritas volume managaer interviews.

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