Veritas Storage Foundation Cluster File System High Availability 6.0.1 for Linux: Administration
AudienceThis course is for customers, support engineers, consultants, and partners who need to maintain and troubleshoot Veritas Storage Foundation Cluster File System.
PrerequisitesParticipants must have previous experience as a Red Hat Linux system administrator. Participants must also have experience with Storage Foundation and Veritas Cluster Server, equivalent to the administration courses on the following products:
- Veritas Storage Foundation 6.0 for UNIX: Administration
- Veritas Cluster Server 6.0 for UNIX: Administration
- Storage Foundation Concepts
- High availability concepts
- Cluster communication
- VCS architecture
- SFCFSHA basics
- SFCFSHA editions and licensing methods
- Preparing to install SFCFSHA
- Installing and configuring SFCFSHA
- Upgrading to SFCFSHA 6.0.1
- Verifying SFCFSHA configuration
- Administrative interfaces
- Characteristics of shared data clusters
- SFCFSHA architectural overview
- Applications for SFCFSHA
- VxVM and CVM overview
- CVM concepts
- CVM configuration
- Cluster file system concepts
- Data flow in CFS
- Group Lock Manager
- Administering CFS
- Configuration changes and master failover
- Recovery in a CVM cluster
- Role of VCS in an SFCFSHA cluster
- Placing shared resources under VCS control
- Configuring shared resources
- Managing an SFCFSHA cluster using VCS
- Data protection requirements
- I/O fencing concepts and components
- I/O fencing operations
- I/O fencing implementation
- Configuring I/O fencing
- Recovering fenced systems
- SFCFSHA cluster startup and shutdown
- Troubleshooting SFCFSHA clusters
- Collecting diagnostic information
- Troubleshooting I/O fencing
- Troubleshooting SFCFSHA installation and upgrade
- Reviewing the point-in-time copy solutions provided by SF
- Using the point-in-time copy solutions in an SFCFSHA environment
- Overview of file serving solutions
- CNFS concepts
- VCS components for CNFS
- Configuring clustered NFS shares
By the completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Install Veritas Storage Foundation Cluster File System High Availability.
- Configure a CFS cluster according to a specified sample design.
- Configure shared disk groups and volumes.
- Configure shared file systems.
- Describe how Group Lock Manager ensures file system coherency.
- Manage shared resources with Veritas Cluster Server (VCS).
- Place application instances under VCS control.
- Configure I/O fencing for data protection.
- Create and use point-in-time copies.
- Cluster NFS shares.
- Troubleshoot common cluster failures.