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Power Systems Running Linux: Performance Management (PowerVM Base)

Details
Kursnummer:
LX034G
Klassennummer:
XNN06
Anbieter:
IBM
Kursdauer:
3 Tage
Sprache:
Deutsch
Unterlagen:
Englisch
Startdatum:
01. Dez 2021
Enddatum:
03. Dez 2021
Preis und Durchführung
Ort:
Virtual Classroom
Preis p. Teiln.:
2.100,00 € zzgl. MwSt

Überblick

This course is designed to teach performance monitoring skills for SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and Ubuntu server on POWER8 servers. Class activities include installing, monitoring performance, making configuration changes, and creating a strategy for system tuning.

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).

Zielgruppe

The audiences for this training include Power systems support personnel, Linux technical support individuals, Linux developers, Linux system administrators, system architects and engineers that may deal with Linux running on a Power system.

 

Voraussetzungen

Students would benefit from general knowledge of IBM Power Systems servers and partitions. This can be obtained through attending LX024G.

Kursziele

Unit 1: Performance objectives and PowerVM concepts

     Lab exercise 1: Linux installation and Power virtualization

Unit 2: Power processor operations

     Lab exercise 2: Focus on processor

Unit 3: Power memory management

     Lab exercise 3: Focus on memory

Unit 4: Power I/O

     Lab exercise 4: Focus on I/O

Unit 5:  Nigel’s Monitor (nmon)

     Lab exercise 5:  nmon operations

Kursthemen

On Completion of this course, the student should be able to:

  • Identify the system components to be monitored
  • Define a basic performance monitoring strategy for Linux
  • Identify open source, and IBM specific tools to monitor:
    • Processor
    • Memory
    • I/O
    • Network
  • Interpret results and reports generated by standard Linux tools
  • Structure a tuning strategy
  • Describe features of the POWER8 architecture that are relevant to performance management
  • Describe Virtual Server resource configuration guidelines