• Experienced HP-UX system administrators and
• HP-UX system and network administration I (H3064S) or HP-UX for
experienced UNIX system administrators (H5875S)
• Highly recommended: At
least one year's experience in HP-UX administration
At the conclusion of this course you should be able to:
• Describe the I/O subsystem and the HP-UX 11i v3 mass storage stack.
Describe the role of the HP-UX kernel and give an overview of kernel subsystems.
• Describe how kernel services are requested.
• Outline the issues with
a multiprocessor system.
• Describe the methods used for interprocess
• Describe LVM architecture, structures and operations.
Outline the main steps in system initialization.
• Explain how the PA-RISC
or Integrity system architecture provides processing and memory resources.
Describe how processes are managed.
• Describe how memory is managed.
Describe how files are managed and the use of the Unified File Cache.
• HP-UX performance and tuning H4262S
• HP-UX troubleshooting