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Book details
  • Genre:COMPUTERS
  • SubGenre:Operating Systems / UNIX
  • Language:English
  • Pages:812
  • eBook ISBN:9781628902068

HP-UX: HP Certification Systems Administrator, Exam HP0-A01

Training Guide and Administrator's Reference, 3rd Edition

by Asghar Ghori

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Overview
This book contains 36 chapters and is divided into three key areas: UNIX Fundamentals, HP-UX System Administration and HP-UX Network Administration. This book covers all official exam objectives for the HP Certified System Administrator exam HP0-A01. At the same time, this book is good for the new HP0-P20 exam and covers most of the exam objectives.
Description
This book contains 36 chapters and is structured to facilitate readers to grasp concepts, understand implementation procedures, learn command syntax, configuration files and daemons involved, and understand basic troubleshooting. The 36 chapters are divided into three key areas: UNIX Fundamentals, HP-UX System Administration and HP-UX Network Administration. These chapters cover topics that are on HP’s recommended certification courses – UNIX Fundamentals, System and Network Administration I, System and Network Administration II, and HP-UX for Experienced UNIX System Administrators – as well as on official exam objectives list. 1. UNIX Fundamentals (chapters 1 to 6, and 22) covers the basics of UNIX and HP-UX. Most information is not specific to a particular UNIX flavor, rather, includes general UNIX concepts, file manipulation and security techniques, vi editor, shell and awk programming, basic commands and other essential topics. Unlike many other similar books, a chapter on shell scripting is presented after covering HP-UX System Administration area. This is done purposely to provide readers with practical examples based on the knowledge they gain from UNIX Fundamentals and HP-UX System Administration chapters. 2. HP-UX System Administration (chapters 7 to 21) covers the HP-UX-specific system administration concepts and topics including server hardware information and mass storage stack; virtualization technologies and HP-UX installation; software and patch management; user and group administration; LVM and file system administration; EVFS and swap management; system shutdown and startup procedures; kernel configuration and management techniques; backup and restore functions; printer and print request management, job automation and process control; and system logging and performance monitoring. 3. HP-UX Network Administration (chapters 23 to 36) covers HP-UX network and security administration concepts and topics such as OSI and TCP/IP reference models; network hardware overview and LAN interface administration; IP subnetting and routing techniques; basic network testing and troubleshooting; internet services and sendmail; time synchronization (NTP) and resource sharing (NFS, AutoFS and CIFS) services; naming (DNS, NIS and LDAP) services and automated installation techniques; and high-availability concepts and system security tools and practices. Throughout the book figures, tables, screen shots and examples are given for explanation purposes. The book includes 863 exam review questions with answers.
About the author
Currently working as an independent technical consultant, Asghar Ghori has been in the IT industry for 18 years. He started his career as a UNIX support engineer working with SCO UNIX and SCO XENIX, visiting customers and providing UNIX technical support services. He has worked with various flavors of the UNIX operating system including HP-UX, SUN Solaris, IBM AIX, Microsoft XENIX, AT&T UNIX, SGI’s IRIS, ISC UNIX, DYNIX/ptx and Stratus UNIX in addition to SCO UNIX and XENIX, and Linux system such as Red Hat Linux. He has worked in different capacities such as UNIX support engineer, UNIX administrator, UNIX specialist, technical lead, solution design lead and technology consultant serving business and government customers. In addition, he has architected and deployed solutions around HP-UX, Sun Solaris and Linux that involved enterprise disk and tape storage subsystems, Storage Area Networks, clustering technologies such as HP Serviceguard, Veritas Cluster Server and Sun Cluster, and systems management software. Asghar Ghori has been involved in planning, developing and executing IT infrastructure disaster recovery procedures for multiple large corporations. Asghar Ghori holds a BS in Engineering and has delivered and attended numerous training programs. He has been delivering courses on UNIX for the past eight years at local colleges in Toronto, Canada. He teaches UNIX as a sessional faculty at Algoma University. He is HP Certified Systems Administrator (HP0-A01, HP0-095, HP0-091, HP0-002), HP Certified Systems Engineer (HP-UX Operations lab), SUN Certified System Administrator (SCSA) for various Solaris versions, IBM Certified Specialist for AIX, Certified Novell Engineer (CNE) and holds Project Management Professional (PMP) certification designation.
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