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Power Systems Running Linux: Red Hat Administration (PowerVM Base)Power Systems Running Linux: Red Hat Administration (PowerVM Base)

课程编号
Course Code
LX031G 课程级别
Skill Level
初级 课程分类
Curricula
Linux 授课方式
Delivery Type
教室授课
授课语言
Language
中文 上机实验
Hands-on Labs
价格 (元)
Price
       天      数
Duration
2
授课地点
Location
5月 6月 7月 8月 9月 10月
             
课程描述/Course Description:
This course introduces basic administration functions involving Red Hat Enterprise Linux within a Power Systems ecosystem. This includes installation, command line operations, graphical desktop deployment, device management, IBM tools, and system recovery. The course becomes part of a curriculum path available to students who want to focus on Red Hat. This course provides lectures and hands on labs in an instructor lead course environment, either in a face-to-face classroom or in a live virtual classroom environment (ILO - Instructor Led Online).
授课对象/Target Audience:
The audiences for this training include anyone who needs to create and manage partitions on IBM Power System servers, such as Linux or AIX technical support and consultants, Linux or AIX system administrators, or system architects and engineers
预备技能/Prerequisites:
Students would benefit from general knowledge of IBM Power Systems servers and partitions. This can be obtained through attending LX024G.
课程目标/Skills Taught:
After completing this course, students should be able to: Recognize different execution environments that Red Hat Linux runs on for POWER8 processor-based server Install Red Hat v7.2 on a POWER8 processor-based server Manage Red Hat v7.2 within a POWER8 processor-based server environment using standard tools Locate and utilize IBM Service and Productivity tools Customize the configuration of the boot loader Access rescue mode
主要课题/Course Outline:
Day 1 Unit 1 - Installing Red Hat v7 Exercise 1 - Red Hat installation Unit 2 - System management tools Exercise 2 - Perform system management tasks Day 2 Unit 3 - Power device management Exercise 3 - Manage power devices Unit 4 - System recovery modes Exercise 4 - Rescue Red Hat on Power