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Download IBM Certification Study Guide P5 And Pseries Administration And Support for Aix 5l Version 5.3 ePub
  • ISBN 0738496499
  • ISBN13 978-0738496498
  • Language English
  • Author IBM Redbooks
  • Publisher Vervante (April 30, 2006)
  • Pages 720
  • Formats docx mbr mbr doc
  • Category Technology
  • Subcategory Operating Systems
  • Size ePub 1540 kb
  • Size Fb2 1390 kb
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IBM Certification Study Guide P5 And Pseries Administration And Support for Aix 5l Version 5.3

This IBM Redbooks publication is designed as a study guide for professionals wishing to prepare for the certification . The certification validates a broad scope of AIX 5L administration, support, problem determination skills, and the ability to perform general AIX 5L software system maintenance.

This IBM Redbooks publication is designed as a study guide for professionals wishing to prepare for the certification exam (Test 222) to achieve: IBM Certified Specialist eServer p5 and pSeries Administration and Support for AIX 5L Version . This book helps AIX 5L professionals seeking a comprehensive and task-oriented guide for developing the knowledge and skills required for the certification.

This IBM Redbooks publication focuses on the differences introduced in AIX 5L. .IBM Certification Study Guide eServer p5 and pSeries Administration and Support for AIX 5L Version ., SG24-7199-00.

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This book covers just about every nook and cranny that may become necessary for AIX administrators

This book covers just about every nook and cranny that may become necessary for AIX administrators. You may not need everything but they will come a time you will need something covered in this book. However, as a pretty competent Solaris admin, I can see this book covers important AIX topics in depth. For example, Disk Storage Management occupies 57 pages and File systems are covered in another 11 pages.

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This book covers just about every nook and cranny that may become necessary for AIX administrators. You may not need everything but they will come a time you will need something covered in this book.

Some of the subjects covered are:
Planning
AIX 5L installation and updates
Boot Process
Configuration
Storage and LVM
Monitoring and tuning
Problem Determination and Resolution
Backup and recovery / Disaster recovery
Daily Management

What this book does not cover is any depth of subject. Unfortunately those in the know think that being certified in general administration is a prerequisite for more in-depth knowledge of specifics. I specialize in languages which are not covered in this book or test. And I work in shell scripting which is not covered. I also specialize in kernel and kernel dumps which are only cursory covered in chapter nine. The book is also written by two to six week residents which is a tad short for any real trial by fire experience.

Still all it takes is one good answer at the right time to pay for the purchase of this book.

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First I should state my background, as it is relevant and it might make you want to ignore the rest of the review!

* I'm a semi-competent Solaris admin, and have earned some of my income from doing Solaris system admin.
* I'm a "home user" of AIX owning a old RS/6000 7025 F50.
* I do not use AIX professionally. I use it primarily for testing software for portability, which often leads to bugs being found in software.
* I have no intentions of taking any AIX exams, or making a career from AIX.
* I'm not an idiot - I have a Ph.D

So I come from a user base quite different to what this book is aimed at. But having used AIX a bit, bought another book on AIX, and seen Solaris exam books, I feel my judgment of this book is not totally worthless.

The book assumes you know Unix, and does not try to teach you the basics, unlike for example the book "Sun Certified System Administrator for Solaris 10 Study Guide" by Paul Sanghera, which tells you how to use the "cd" command, and other material more appropriate to a dummies guide.

As a non-professional AIX user, I can't really comment on how good/bad this would be for the IBM exams on AIX, but I would guess from the depth of coverage is would be suitable.

However, as a pretty competent Solaris admin, I can see this book covers important AIX topics in depth. For example, Disk Storage Management occupies 57 pages and File systems are covered in another 11 pages. I know from reading other books on AIX, that people struggle with that - and so do I. (If I'm honest, I find Sun's ZFS file system a lot better).

The only chapter that seemed a bit wasted to a professional system admin was Chapter 13 - Editing files using vi. I think any system admin should know vi, and if not just use Google.

So what does the book cover? I've listed the chapters, along with the approximate page counts, so you get some idea of the level of complexity of the book.

* Chapter 1. Certification exam - Test 222 (10 pages)
* Chapter 2. System planning (14 pages)
* Chapter 3. System and software installation (63 pages)
* Chapter 4. Boot process (26 pages)
* Chapter 5. Configuration (87 pages)
* Chapter 6. Disk storage management (57 pages)
* Chapter 7. File systems (14 pages)
* Chapter 8. Monitoring and performance tuning (86 pages)
* Chapter 9. Problem determination and resolution (84 pages)
* Chapter 10. Backup and recovery (29 pages)
* Chapter 11. Daily management (87 pages)
* Chapter 12. Electronic mail and sendmail (27 pages)
* Chapter 13. Editing files using vi (13 pages)
* Chapter 14. Printing (36 pages)
* Abbreviations and acronyms (4 pages. That could do with being a lot longer in my opinion)
* Related publications (3 pages)
* Index etc.

Potential purchases should be aware the book is available free as a PDF file from IBM's web site. (In other words, you can obtain an electronic copy legally for free).

I've personally used the free PDF, but I am quite tempted to buy a copy, as I find reading from a screen difficult and I can't be bothered to print out all 724 pages of a PDF book, then mess around getting them bound I'm much rather have the book in one piece. It money is really tight, use the PDF. If not, pay for the book.

At the time of writing, this book is available new for $40, and used prices are from $83 to $143. It's it not exactly a difficult choice to make! I do wonder sometimes what planet used sellers are on.

Dave
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