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AIX 5L Administration

by: Randal Michael

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Publisher: MCGRAW-HILL,Aug-02

Category: UNIX Level: I/A

ISBN: 0072222557
ISBN13: 9780072222555

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Configure, customize, and administer AIX version 5L effectively using this expert resource. Use system management tools, work with network and distributed file systems, manage the user environment, tune and monitor the system, and much more.

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  Your one-stop AIX 5L resource

  Maximize the powerful capabilities of AIX version 5L--the fastest growing UNIX operating system--with help from this exceptional guide. Emphasizing everything system administrators need to know--from installation and system architecture to network configuration and security issues--this complete guide contains professional-level coverage of key topics. Youll also find details on new enhancements such as Linux application source compatibility, system V printing, 32- and 64-bit Kernel support, system hang detection, and much more. Comprehensive, practical, and up-to-date, this is a must-have reference for every administrator working with AIX 5L.

  Learn about all of the new features of AIX--including Linux affinity and JFS2

  Understand kernel architecture--threads, signals, locks, and overhead

  Clone AIX systems to different pSeries and RS/6000 hardware

  Test and apply maintenance level patches, use SMIT, and WebSM

  Configure the optional 64-bit Kernel support and use added support for System V printing

  Create new bootable media and backups

  Configure devices and use Object Data Manager (ODM) components

  Reduce the size of an active paging space on the fly

ART I: System Administration Tasks and Tools

    Ch. 1: Introduction

    Ch. 2: DocSearch

      PART II: System and System Architecture

    Ch. 3: Processes and Architecture

    Ch. 4: AIX version 5.1 Kernel

      PART III: System Installation and Management

    Ch. 5: System Management Tools

    Ch. 6: AIX Installation and Management

    Ch. 7: System Boot and Shutdown

      PART IV: System Configuration and Customization

    Ch. 8: Runtime Configuration

    Ch. 9: Devices Configuration and the Object Data Manager (ODM)

    Ch. 10: Tapes

    Ch. 11: Disks and the Logical Volume Manager (LVM)

    Ch. 12: Terminals and Modems

    Ch. 13: Printers

      PART V: Network Configuration and Customizing

    Ch. 14: Network Architecture

    Ch. 15: TCP/IP

    Ch. 16: UUCP

    Ch. 17: System Network Architecture

      PART VI: Networked File Systems

    Ch. 18: Network File System

    Ch. 19: Distributed File System (DFS)

    Ch. 20: Desktop Files Systems

      PART VII: Linux Affinity

    Ch. 21: AIX Affinity with Linux

      PART VIII: Distributed Services

    Ch. 22: Electronic Mail

    Ch. 23: News

    Ch. 24: World Wide Web

    Ch. 25: X11 Administration

      PART IX: Managing Users and Resources

    Ch. 26: Managing the User Environment

    Ch. 27: Process Management

    Ch. 28: System Accounting

      PART X: Security

    Ch. 29: Auditing and Security

    Ch. 30: Distributed Computing Environment (DCE)

      PART XI: System Recovery and Tuning

    Ch. 31: Backup and Copy Utilities

    Ch. 32: System Monitoring and Tuning

    Ch. 33: Problem Analysis and Recovery

      PART XII: High Availability

    Ch. 34: HACMP and Clustering

      PART XIII: SANs and NAS

    Ch. 35: Storage Area Networks

    Ch. 36: Networked Attached Storage


      Appendix A: Tools at a Glance

      Appendix B: Terminals, Terminal Servers, Modems

  Author Biography

  Randal K. Michael has worked in the technology sector for 23 years and has been a UNIX Systems Administrator for the last ten. Randy has worked on many different flavors of UNIX during his career but his main focus has been with AIX and Linux. He has worked as a systems administrator for companies such as: Chrysler Motors, IBM, BellSouth, Egleston Children's Hospital, Equifax, and Glenayre Electronics. He currently works for Coca-Cola Enterprises in Atlanta, as a Senior Systems Administrator for the UNIX and SAP Infrastructure Team.

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