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PLDSM201 - Introduction to NonStop DSM/SCM
DESCRIPTION
This course is a complete introduction to the NonStop DSM/SCM product. This course is designed for the DSM/SCM novice. This course will present all the aspects of DSM/SCM to you including the various tools and processes needed to define and configure systems via demos and lab exercises.

Extensive hands-on labs will anchor the student's classroom learning.

Course Duration: 3 days (on-site)

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Senior operations staff and system managers who need to learn how to configure S-Series systems and implement the changes.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

  • DSM/SCM Functions
  • Describe system requirements to execute DSM/SCM.
  • Tools required to use and Manage DSM/SCM
  • Learn and execute the Planner Interface
  • Learn and use the CNFGINFO tool
  • Learn to manage the Target Interface
  • Lear the ZPHIUTL utility

PREREQUISITES
The audience should have completed Introduction to Tandem for Operators (PLI201) or Introduction to Tandem for Programmers (PLI202), or Tandem's Concepts & Facilities course, or the Tandem NonStop Systems CBT. The student is also expected to have several years of experience in Tandem Operations.

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COURSE DETAILS
  • Module 1 - Introduction to DSM/SCM
    • Major DSM/SCM Functions
    • DSM/SCM Requirements
    • DSMSCM Resources
    • DSM/SCM Archive, databases and tools
  • Module 2 - DSM/SCM Process Flow
    • Architecture
    • DSM/SCM Overview
    • Receiving Software
    • Planning & Building Revisions
    • Applying and activating updates
  • Module 3 - Planner Interface
    • Logging on to the Planner Interface
    • Receiving and organizing the software
    • Managing Revisions
    • Build and Apply revisions
    • Check Status
  • Module 4 - CNFGINFO
    • CNFGINFO basics
    • Specifying dependencies
    • File functions and destinations
    • Specifying product attributes
  • Module 5 - Archive and Database Maintenance Interfaces (MI)
    • Host and Target Maintenance Interfaces
    • System maintenance
    • Volume maintenance
    • Security maintenance
    • Request Deletion
    • Database relocation
    • Trace
  • Module 6 - Target Interface
    • Applying and Activating Target revisions
    • Backout process
    • Verifying the Database
    • Creating an independent snapshot
    • Creating system report
    • Auditing the target system
    • ZPHIRNM
  • Module 7 - Installing DSM/SCM
    • Preparation
    • Defining environments
    • INITENV
    • Roles and responsibilities
    • Maintenance Interfaces
    • PI setup
    • Starting & Stopping DSM/SCM
  • Module 8 - ZPHIUTL and EMSDIST
    • Running ZPHIUTL
    • Confirming SYSnn
    • Listing Maps and Target Subvols
    • Listing ZPHIFI and A0CINFO Files
    • Listing A1CINFO and A7CINFO files
  • Module 9 - Management Topics
    • Hints and Kinks
    • Initial server configuration
    • Changing configurations
    • The DSM/SCM client changes
    • Moving the archive
    • Volume naming considerations
    • Multiple target considerations
    • Disk space and cleanup
    • IPMs not using DSM/SCM
 
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