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PLPERF301 - Maximizing NonStop System Performance
DESCRIPTION
This up-to-date performance course covers all critical NonStop system components: CPU, memory, processes, disc, cache, and files. It also addresses the performance aspects of key NonStop subsystems, including Pathway, SMF, TMF, RDF, TCP/IP, and Expand. An important aspect of the course is its treatment of Open System Services (OSS) and the two entities (OSSCPU and OSSNS) recently added to Measure to support it.

This five-day course includes 13 labs and more than 20 TACL routines to expedite performance analysis. The course is based on the G06.20 NSK release and therefore addresses current features of both Measure and the system. NonStop subsystems can be covered in more or less detail, according to customer requirements.

Course Duration: 5 days (on-site)

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
NonStop system managers, database administrators, capacity planners and modelers, and programmers creating high-performance applications.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
Your NonStop system can do more - and do it faster. Discover how to use Measure and other HP tools to detect performance-degrading bottlenecks. Learn how to remove these bottlenecks for higher batch throughput and lower response times.

PREREQUISITES
This is an advanced course that covers the NonStop system in considerable depth and detail. Students should have approximately five years of knowledge and experience on NonStop systems. Exposure to NonStop performance management is recommended but not essential.

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COURSE DETAILS
  • Monday
    • Key performance terms and concepts
    • Basic queueing theory
    • Performance characteristics of NonStop CPUs, discs, and adapters
    • Overview of HP's performance products
    • Measure subsystem: structure, entities, counters, measurements
    • Lab 1: Using Measure
    • CPU subsystem
    • CPU entity Measure counters
    • Lab 2: CPU performance matrix
  • Tuesday
    • Processes
    • Process entity Measure counters
    • TNS, Accelerated, and TNSR code
    • Process priorities and the mixed workload enhancement
    • Batch performance
    • Lab 3: Process performance matrix
    • Disc device configuration attributes
    • Disc entity Measure counters
    • ServerNet entity Measure counters
    • Lab 4: Disc performance matrix
    • Disc cache performance
    • Lab 5: Disc cache
    • Storage Management Foundation (SMF)
  • Wednesday
    • Attributes of Enscribe files and SQL tables
    • FUP and SQLCI commands
    • File and table buffering
    • Key-sequenced file structure
    • Lab 6: Reload Analyzer (TRA) and FUP Reload
    • File fragmentation
    • Diskfile, File, and Discopen Measure entities
    • Lab 7: File performance
    • Sequential Block Buffering
    • Enscribe alternate-key files and SQL indexes
    • File and table partitioning
    • Lab 8: Measure reports with Enform and SQLCI
  • Thursday
    • Conventional TCP/IP process configuration attributes
    • Parallel Library TCP/IP subsystem configuration attributes
    • Telserv and FTP process balancing
    • LAN performance
    • Expand subystem
    • Line, Netline, System Measure entities
    • Lab 9: TCP/IP and Expand performance
    • Open System Services (OSS) configuration attributes
    • OSS buffering and caching
    • Measure changes for OSS
    • OSS Measure entities
    • OSS counters in Diskfile, File, and Process Measure entities
    • Transaction Monitoring Facility (TMF) configuration attributes
    • TMF Measure entity
    • Remote Database Facility (RDF) configuration attributes
    • RDF time delay (RTD)
    • Lab 10: TMF and RDF
  • Friday
    • Pathway subsystem configuration attributes
    • TCP structure
    • Linkmon
    • Server classes and the linking algorithm
    • Server queues
    • Lab 11: Pathway tuning
    • Non-Pathway applications performance issues
    • Non-Measure performance tools (ViewSys, Peek, GPA, ASAP, etc.)
    • Lab 12: Guardian Performance Analyzer (GPA)
    • Lab 13: Tandem Performance Data Collector (TPDC)
 
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