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H006G IBM Spectrum Scale Advanced Administration for Linux

DURATION: 3 days

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Course Description

This course is intended for IT professionals tasked with administering a Spectrum Scale system. It includes information on installing, configuring and monitoring a Spectrum Scale cluster.
This course replaces AN82G from Power brand.


Migrate a GPFS 3.5 cluster to IBM Spectrum Scale 4.2
Migrate an IBM Spectrum Scale 4.1 cluster to 4.2
Describe and set up GUI interface
Execute performance collection infrastructure
Describe the IBM Spectrum Scale multi-cluster functionality, how to remote mount file systems, and the security configuration in a multi-cluster environment
Describe, install, and configure Clustered Network File System (cNFS)
Define, deploy, debug, and log Cluster Export Service (CES)
Describe multi-protocol support
Describe the Server Message Block (SMB) Protocol family and clients; solve and monitor SMB recovery scenarios; troubleshoot SMB
Manage Ganesha default configuration change/list
Manage exports in CES Network File System (NFS) and debug CES NFS
Describe home and cache features
List the various Active File Management (AFM) modes; create and manage an AFM relationship
Define and introduce asynchronous disaster recovery (DR)
List the recovery point objectives (RPOs) and failover options
Describe the Spectrum Scale Disaster Recovery Architecture
Describe the Linear Tape File System (LTFS) Enterprise Edition (EE) Introduction
Describe the GPFS policy driven storage management
Describe the HSM archival solution with LTFS EE
Define how to create a file placement optimization (FPO) pool
Describe using Spectrum Scale with Hadoop
Identity the scenarios in which GPFS-FPO is applicable
Define Share Nothing Architecture
Describe the design and architecture of the Call Home feature and describe its functionality
List the usage/advanced usage of the Call Home feature
Describe GPFS Performance parameters and GPFS tuning considerations
Monitor a GPFS cluster
Describe flash cache capabilities
Move metadata to flash cache