Aix Admin Training


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About the Course:
In the course, participants will understand clearly about IBM AIX admin roles and responsibilities. It covers in detail all important concepts that relate to the IBM AIX 7.1 operating system. You will learn about server installations for windows, and different working scenarios. In addition, you can understand clearly real time scenario of at least 100 real time tickets, problems. And, also get complete exposure to the industry best practices.

Course Target:
Provides basic introduction of AIX 7.1 and defines and explains about devices, logical volume manager.

Participants can understand Samba server configuration on AIX 7.1 on a Window environment.

Learn about networking, network file sharing, and software installation.

Participant will be able to install software, power path software, and also basic of NIM Configuration & installing LPAR.

Course Targeted Audience:
Young aspirants, IT professionals and System administrators, everyone who so ever wants to work on the platforms described below.

Professionals who are inclined to work on IBM Unix product line such as IBM Power™ Systems, System p™, System i™, pSeries®, iSeries™ servers as well as the BladeCenter® blade servers.

Course participants should have knowledge of basic UNIX

Training Format:

Training at Kernel Technology will be instructor-led lecture and discussion.

Course will end with hands-on labs experience along with project completion.

Course participants will get certification of the course after successful completion of quiz.

Companies Using AIX Admin
Here you can find a mention of few leading companies such as Hewlett –Packard, BlueFlinch, Mascot Proteomics, Ericsson, etc., that put this product in practice.

Career Opportunities:
Professionals with AIX Admin skills have better opportunity and their demand has been on stead rise in the year.

Course Features
Online Classes: 30 hrs

High quality interactive e-learning 15 instructor-led sessions for Self paced course is provided. Total course will be divided into sessions and duration is for 2 hours. Flexibility is provided to reschedule your class in a different batch, in case you miss any session. LMS will be uploaded with all the after session recordings and it’s a lifetime recording.

Lab Hours: 15 hrs

Practical assignments and lab an exercise is followed after every session to allow a real time experience. Our 24*7 support team is available for any assistance through email, phone or Live Support for any queries require during Lab work.

When nearing the course completion, you will be working on a project on where you are expected to create a project to visualize and analyze data by implementing techniques learnt during the course.

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Aix Admin Training

  1. 1. Software Management
  2. 2. Software Installation  Terminology  Installation Methods  TL (PATCH)
  3. 3. Terminology
  4. 4. • How will you install optional software on a AIX machine? • Firstly, what is optional software? • Optional software are those which are not pre-installed when you install an AIX machine. • Secondly, how will you identify the software product? • The OS software could be identified with the following format as:-
  5. 5. • versionnumber.releasenumber.modificationlevel.fixle vel • Version number- it may be 1 to 2 digits. • Release number- It may be 1 to 2 digits. • Modification level- It can be from 1 to 4 digits. • Fix level- It can be from 1 to 4 digits. • How to remember this? Vrmf • E.g.:- 05.02.0000.0000 • Eg2:- 5.3.0083.2233 • This is useful when we need to find the level of the AIX OS using the #oslevel command
  6. 6.  Now let us see some of the key words required to go further:- 1. Fileset- It is the smallest installable unit for the AIX OS, example of a completely installable unit is & example of a separately installable part of a product like 2. Packages- It is a group of separately installable filesets, which provides a set of related functions. Eg:- 3. Licensed Program Products (LPP) - They are a complete software product including all packages associated with that licensed program. Eg: - BOS
  7. 7. 4. Bundles - They are a list of sofwares which contains filesets, packages, LPPs, which are used for a specified use. Bundles are the actual software. Example:- Server bundle, network bundle, graphics bundle 5. PTFs- It stands for Program Temporary Fix. It is a temporary solution to the problem. The problem is a result of a defect in a current unaltered release of the program. This problem is diagnosed by IBM. 6. APAR - It stands for Authorized Program Analysis Report. This is just a report of the problem caused due to the defect in a current unaltered release of the program. It is an emergency fix.
  8. 8. • Now let's see how the software hierarchy in AIX looks like:
  9. 9. Technology Levels and Service Packs • ML (Maintenance Level): It is no more called ML but TL now (Technology level) • Periodic patches and enhancements will be released by IBM for each and every fileset which is part of the OS or subsystem. • Once higher version for all/most of the filesets in an OS level is released they are packaged into a single set called TL. (Eg: for os and TL level 5200- 04 will be given an TL level set for 5200-05 after releasing all higher version filesets). A new AIX Technology Level is released roughly every six months or lesser than that. • To see the TL level - #oslevel –r
  10. 10. • Service Packs An AIX Service Pack (SP) is a bundle of PTFs released between Technology Levels. The PTFs/fixes address highly pervasive, critical, or security-related issues. To see the service pack level run • #oslevel –s • 6100-02-01-0847 (Means AIX 6.1 TL 02 Service pack 01)
  11. 11. Installation Methods • There are three installation modes in AIX - Preview Mode - Apply Mode (Save/replace) - Commit Mode
  12. 12. Pictorial representation of Methods of installation
  13. 13. Questions?
  14. 14. THANK YOU for attending AIX Modules