Sun Fire Midrange Server Administration ES-420


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The Sun Fire Midrange Server Administration course provides students with the information needed to configure, monitor, and manage the Sun Fire V1280/E2900, 3800, 4800/E4900, 4810, and 6800/E6900 midrange servers. Additionally, students implement concurrent maintenance and high-availability strategies and use firmware tools and applications to assess a system.NOTE: Hardware is stored in a controlled lab environment. Students might not have physical access to this equipment.Students who can benefit from this course:Enterprise System Administrators, System Maintainers, and anyone responsible for supporting midrange servers


  • System Administration for the Solaris 10 Operating System, Part 2 (SA-202-S10)
  • Detailed knowledge of the Solaris OS
  • Systems Management Using Sun Management Center 3.6 (ES-426)
  • Knowledge of backup and storage
  • Sun Systems Fault Analysis Workshop (ST-350)
  • Detailed knowledge of network administration
  • Knowledge of Sun Management Center 3.x software


  • Understand system controller administration, configure the system controller, and navigate platform and domain shells
  • Perform common configuration and administrative tasks
  • Create and manage segments and domains
  • Configure a system for multipathed I/O and dynamically manage system resources


Introducing the Sun Fire Midrange Servers

  • List the functional goals of the Sun Fire midrange server product line
  • Locate Sun Microsystems web sites containing important Sun Fire midrange server information
  • List the server models that comprise the Sun Fire server product line
  • Identify the disks, disk arrays, and backup devices that the Sun Fire midrange servers support
  • Describe the key features of each Sun Fire midrange server model
  • Power on and off each Sun Fire midrange server

Sun Fire Midrange Server Components

  • Identify the Sun Fire midrange physical resources by location and function
  • Locate and describe the function of the Sun Fire midrange server system controller boards
  • Access the system controller platform shell

Platform Configuration

  • Describe how to use Lights-Out Management (LOM) to perform Sun Fire V1280/E2900 server platform administrative functions
  • Describe how to access and manage the Sun Fire V1280/E2900 server system controller
  • Describe three methods you can use to connect to the system controller shells
  • Describe how to initiate a remote connection with Secure Shell (SSH)
  • Configure the platform and system controller by using the platform shell
  • Describe how to manage the system controller for configuration and reboot
  • Describe how to manage the system controller for failover operation
  • Describe how to back up and restore a system controller

Domain Configuration

  • Describe the effects of system segmenting and multiple domains
  • Create a system configuration consisting of multiple segments and domains
  • Configure an access control list (ACL) for a domain
  • Correlate OpenBoot programmable read-only memory (PROM) device tree entries to the physical system components of the Sun Fire midrange servers
  • Determine how the Solaris OS references system components
  • Identify the steps required to configure devices in the Solaris OS
  • Navigate between shell environments

Multipathing I/O Management

  • Describe how Sun StorEdge Traffic Manager software uses multipath access to I/O devices to provide a high level of disk availability and performance
  • Describe how to display path states and Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) device attributes
  • Configure Sun StorEdge Traffic Manager software for installation, post-installation setup and verification, and domain configuration verification
  • Describe how Sun StorEdge Traffic Manager software manages automatic failover
  • Describe the purpose of Internet Protocol Multipathing (IPMP)
  • List three different methods of combining Ethernet links to increase throughput or availability
  • Automate IPMP configuration when using Sun StorEdge Traffic
  • Configure IPMP using IPv6

Dynamic Reconfiguration

  • Describe the benefits of dynamic reconfiguration (DR)
  • Analyze domain configuration status using DR
  • Identify the steps required for removing and installing system boards using DR
  • Move a system board between domains using DR
  • Describe the benefits of Reconfiguration Coordination Manager (RCM)

Sun Fire Midrange Systems Management Through Sun MC 3.x Software

  • Describe the architecture behind Sun Management Center (MC) software on the Sun Fire midrange servers
  • Describe the installation and configuration procedures on the Sun Fire midrange servers for Sun MC software
  • List and describe the base modules that are installed for the Sun Fire midrange agent
  • Explore the Sun Fire midrange servers using Sun MC software

Sun Fire Midrange Server Administration ES-420

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