Improve Your Skillset with AIX for UNIX/Linux Professionals Course

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AIX for UNIX/Linux Professionals Course Overview

AIX for UNIX/Linux Professionals is a comprehensive course designed to provide system administrators and network engineers with extensive training in AIX, the most advanced operating system available for UNIX/Linux. The course introduces the AIX operating system, using AIX commands and scripting to configure, maintain and manage the system, and covers topics such as: user and group accounts, data storage management, system performance and tuning, file system management, network configuration, and security.
This course is ideal for those already familiar with Unix/Linux, as it focuses on the AIX platform. It will provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the operating system, giving them the knowledge and experience needed to become an AIX system administrator. AIX for UNIX/Linux professionals can also be used to train IT professionals who need to expand their AIX knowledge and develop their skills.

This is a Rare Course and it can be take up to 3 weeks to arrange the training.


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Get 1-on-1 session with our expert trainers at a date & time of your convenience.

Flexible Dates

Start your session at a date of your choice-weekend & evening slots included, and reschedule if necessary.

4-Hour Sessions

Training never been so convenient- attend training sessions 4-hour long for easy learning.

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Attend trainings at some of the most loved cities such as Dubai, London, Delhi(India), Goa, Singapore, New York and Sydney.

You will learn:

  • The P-SERIES Product Line
  • RISC Technology
  • P-Series Product Range For The Power6
  • P-Series Product Range For The Power7
  • Hardware Management Console
  • The AIX Operating System
  • System Management Commands
  • Using SMIT
  • SMIT Special Characters and Keys
  • Smit.log and smit.script Files
  • The smit Command
  • IBM Systems Director Console
  • Web Based System Manager
  • Exercise: Remotely connect to a host using WSM
  • The /etc/init Procedure
  • Startup Modes
  • The /etc/inittab File and the rc Startup Scripts
  • Inittab Commands
  • Using the alog Program
  • System Resource Controller Commands
  • The /etc/shutdown Script
  • Exercise: Start and stop processes using SMC
  • Units of Installation
  • Filesets, Packages and Licensed Program Products
  • Bundles
  • Update and Maintenance Bundles
  • Software States
  • Installing Patches and Fixes
  • Exercise: Install, enquire and remove software
  • Introduction to the Object Data Manager (ODM)
  • Listing Devices
  • Interpreting Location Codes
  • Self-configuring Devices
  • Adding, Changing and Removing Devices
  • Exercise: Add and remove devices using the command line and smit
  • The AIX Approach to Disk Storage
  • Volume Groups, Physical Volumes and Logical Volumes
  • Volume Group Descriptor Areas
  • Mirroring
  • Striping
  • Disk Placement Policies
  • Migrating Physical Volume Data
  • Useful Commands
  • Exercise: Creating, Extending and Mirroring a Logical Volume
  • The AIX Native File System
  • Superblocks and I-nodes
  • Journaling of File System Data
  • Creating a File System
  • Mounting of Filesystems
  • Managing Filesystems
  • The /etc/filesystems File
  • Removing Filesystems
  • Using the fsck Command
  • Exercise: Creating, Extending and Removing a Filesystem
  • Backup Devices
  • mksysb and savevg Commands
  • The backup Command
  • The restore Command
  • Tape Control Commands
  • Exercise: Use of Backup And Restore, including mksysb
  • ODM Components and Commands
  • Object Classes
  • Descriptor Information
  • Objects
  • Searching The ODM
  • The ODM Database
  • Data Base File Names
  • ODM File Locations
  • cfgmgr And The ODM
  • The Predefined Database Files
  • Predefined Devices
  • Predefined Attributes
  • Customised Devices
  • Customised Attributes
  • ODM Class Usage
  • Additional Device Object Classes
  • Predefined Connection
  • Customised Dependency
  • Customised Device Driver
  • Customised Vital Product Data
  • Exercise: Add a device by manipulating the ODM
  • Error Log Facility
  • Error Log Input Components
  • Error Reporting from SMIT
  • The errpt Command
  • Sample Summary/Intermediate/Detailed Report Output
  • Interpreting LVM Error Log Entries
  • Error Log Maintenance
  • Error Notification Facility
  • Notification Methods
  • The syslogd Daemon
  • System Startup and The Boot Process
  • The Bootlist and BLV
  • The Boot Logical Volume
  • Repairing the BLV
  • Using Bootlists
  • Boot Problems
  • Service Processors
  • Accessing A System That Will Not Boot Normally
  • Accessing A Volume Group And Starting A Shell
  • Accessing A Volume Group Without Mounting Filesystems
  • The LED Display
  • Interpreting Flashing LED Codes
  • Location Codes
  • Understanding SCSI Addressing
  • Maintaining Firmware Levels
  • AIX Initialisation
  • The Three RC Boot Phases
  • More about the cfgmgr
  • Boot Problem Management
  • Exercise: Destroy the BLV and then re-create a new BLV
  • LVN System Data
  • LVM Identifiers
  • LVM Data on Disk Control Blocks
  • Other LVM Locations
  • How the LVM uses the ODM
  • Physical Volumes and the ODM
  • Volume Groups and the ODM
  • Logical Volumes and the ODM
  • LVM Problems in the ODM
  • Re-synchronizing the ODM
  • VGDA and Quorum
  • Forcing a varyonDisk Replacement Techniques
  • Possible Errors After Disk Replacement
  • Exporting and Importing Volume Groups
  • Exercise: Mirror a whole disk and recover a corrupt Logical Volume
  • Alternate Disk Installation
  • Installing a mksysb Image On Another Disk
  • Cloning the Running rootvg to Another Disk
  • Removing an Alternate Disk Installation
  • Exercise: Clone the roovg and remove the Alternate Disk Installation
  • Define TCP/IP Terminology
  • Define Routing (Static and Dynamic)
  • TCP/IP Commands and Utilities
  • Configure TCP/IP for a Network Interface
  • Configure a Static Route
  • Test Network Connectivity
  • Test Route Connectivity
  • Basic TCP/IP Applications
  • Exercise: Configure TCP/IP
  • Exercise: Use TCP/IP Commands to:
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Course Prerequisites

1. Linux or UNIX basics
2. Ability to use command line interfaces
3. Understanding of system administration tasks
4. Basic understanding of software development concepts
5. Exposure to databases such as Oracle or DB2

Target Audience

The target audience for AIX for UNIX/Linux Professionals training is computer professionals and engineers who have a working knowledge of UNIX/Linux systems and want to learn to use the AIX operating system
This course is especially useful for IT Systems Administrators and analysts, technical sales and business support personnel, and developers, such as middleware, application, system operators, and service personnel in UNIX, Linux, and/or AIX environments
This course would also be beneficial to professionals seeking to gain a competitive edge or increase their skillset
Members of the target audience should have prior experience with UNIX/Linux systems, have a basic understanding of UNIX/Linux commands, and have the desire to expand their knowledge or upgrade their skillset

Learning Objectives of AIX for UNIX/Linux Professionals

1. Understand the fundamentals of Unix/Linux systems and AIX architecture.
2. Explore monitoring, managing and troubleshooting of AIX systems.
3. Learn to use the IBM installation and maintenance facility (IMF).
4. Gain hands-on experience with logical volume manager (LVM) and system resource controller (SRC) operations.
5. Implement system backup and recovery strategies.
6. Automate administrative tasks with shell scripts.
7. Learn to use the boot process and startup/shutdown processes.
8. Understand the AIX security model.
9. Gain insight into virtualization and network technologies.
10. Monitor system performance and tune the system for optimal results.


1-on-1 Public - Select your start date. Other students can be merged.
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