Curso 9211 – Clustering with the SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension and a SAN 2017-03-04T18:20:06+00:00

Curso 9211 – Clustering with the SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension and a SAN

No Curso 9211 – Clustering with the SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension and a SAN você aprenderá sobre o processo de instalação e configuração dos componentes básicos da Extensão Suse SLE HA (High Availability). Será abordado o cluster Pacemaker e o processo de instalação e configuração do Corosync/OpenAIS. O treinamento cobrirá os componentes básicos de configuração de um cluster e o mecanismo de fencing de nó utilizando SBD.

Carga horária: 24 horas (3 dias)

Nível de dificuldade: Avançado

Idioma: Todos os materiais e slides do treinamento são em inglês.

Pré-requisitos do treinamento: É altamente recomendado que o aluno possua a certificação Novell Certified Linux Professional (CLP) ou possua conhecimento e experiência equivalente.

Conteúdo do treinamento:

  • Objective 1: Configure Storage for Lab Environment
  • Objective 1: Install the SLE HA and Geocluster Extensions
  • Objective 2: Configure an NTP Client on the Cluster Nodes
  • Objective 3: Configure the First Cluster Node with sleha-init
  • Objective 4: Configure Other Cluster Nodes with sleha-join
  • Objective 1: Use cm_mon to View Cluster Status
  • Objective 2: Connect to the HA Web Konsole (Hawk)
  • Objective 3: Set Some Cluster Default with Hawk
  • Objective 4: Configure Parallel SSH on the Cluster Nodes
  • Objective 5: Define Custom Node Attributes
  • Objective 1: Configure an IP Address Cluster Resource
  • Objective 2: Configure an Apache Resource from the CLI
  • Objective 3: Configure a Resource Group for an IP and Apache from the CLI
  • Objective 4: Configure an IP Address Cluster Resource Template
  • Objective 5: Configure an IP Address Cluster Resource from a Template
  • Objective 6: Configure a MySQL Database Resource from a CLI
  • Objective 7: Configure a Resource Group for an IP and MySQL from a CLI
  • Objective 8: Configure a Location Constraint for an Apache Group
  • Objective 9: Configure a Location Constraint for the MySQL Group
  • Objective 10: Configure a Colocation Constraint for the Apache and MySQL Groups
  • Objective 11: Configure an Order Constraint for the Apache and MySQL Groups
  • Objective 1: And Additional SBD Devices
  • Objective 1: Configure a Cluster Managed Storage Volume
  • Objective 1: Create a Linear RAID1 Array from SAN LUNs
  • Objective 2: Configure a Resource Group for a MD Host-based Mirror
  • Objective 1: Configure a Clone Resource Group for DLM and CLVMD from the CLI
  • Objective 2: Create a Clustered LVM Volume Group from Multiple Disks
  • Objective 3: Create a Logical Volume on the Cluster Nodes
  • Objective 4: Configure a Clone Resource for a Clustered Volume Group from the CLI
  • Objective 5: Configure a Resource for a Filesystem on a LVM Volume from the CLI
  • Objective 1: Configure OCFS2 Shared Storage with a Wizard
  • Objective 1: Create Hawk Wizard Templates and Workflows
  • Objective 2: Configure a FTP Resource Group with a Wizard
  • Objective 1: Enable Cluster ACLs and Create Roles for Administrative Delegation
  • Objective 2: Delegate Cluster Administration to Non Privileged Users
  • Objective 3: Test Delegated Cluster Administration
  • Objective 1: Update Syslog and Logrotate for Clustering
  • Objective 2: Use hb_report to Gather Cluster Troubleshooting Info
  • Objective 3: Work with Shadow CIBs and ptest
  • Objective 1: Configure the First Cluster Node of the DRBD Cluster with sleha-init
  • Objective 2: Configure the Second Cluster Node of the DRBD Cluster with sleha-join
  • Objective 3: Create Partitions of DRBD
  • Objective 4: Configure the Distributed Replicated Device (DRBD) Service
  • Objective 5: Configure a DRBD Device
  • Objective 6: Configure a DRBD Resource from the CLI
  • Objective 7: Configure a Filesystem Resource for FTP with DRBD from the CLI
  • Objective 1: Configure Storage for the Geocluster Lab Environment
  • Objective 2: Configure the First Cluster Node of the First Cluster with sleha-init
  • Objective 3: Configure Other Cluster Nodes of the First Cluster with sleha-join
  • Objective 4: Configure the First Cluster Nodes of the Second Cluster with sleha-join
  • Objective 5: Configure Other Cluster Nodes of the Second Cluster with sleha-join
  • Objective 6: Configure the Booth Arbitrator
  • Objective 7: Configure Booth Cluster Resource Groups
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