PTR/INT Only Fujitsu M10 Server Installation and Maintenance

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The Fujitsu M10 Server Installation and Maintenance training will provide the students with the knowledge to install, configure and troubleshoot the M10-Series servers.

This training will also provide information on how to perform maintenance and administrative activities on the M10 servers which include FRU and CRU replacements. This ILT delivery focuses on the installation, configuration and troubleshooting of the M10-Series servers once they arrive at the customer site. It will also cover the possible hardware and software administration or maintenance services that may need to be performed on the M10 servers as part of a service call.


Audience
  • System Administrator
  • Technical Consultant

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The Fujitsu M10 Server Installation and Maintenance training will provide the students with the knowledge to install, configure and troubleshoot the M10-Series servers.

This training will also provide information on how to perform maintenance and administrative activities on the M10 servers which include FRU and CRU replacements. This ILT delivery focuses on the installation, configuration and troubleshooting of the M10-Series servers once they arrive at the customer site. It will also cover the possible hardware and software administration or maintenance services that may need to be performed on the M10 servers as part of a service call.


Audience
  • System Administrator
  • Technical Consultant
  • Support Engineer

Course Topics SPARC M10-Series Servers Overview and Architecture
  • Introduction to SPARC M10-Series Server product
  • Comparison to previous products
  • Hardware features of the SPARC M10-Series Servers
  • RAS features of the SPARC M10-Series Servers
  • SPARC M10-Series Servers Functions and Features
  • Virtualization options of the SPARC M10-Series Servers
M10-Series Servers Hardware Overview
  • Site-planning guidelines
  • Environmental requirements for the M10-Series Servers
  • Specifications of the M10-Series Servers, including weight and size
  • Power requirements for the M10-Series Servers
  • Proper safety protocols required to install the hardware
  • Identifying the FRUs
  • Label the M10-Series Server’s components
  • Compare the major features of each hardware component found in the M10-Series Servers
SPARC M10-Series Servers XSCF Configuration
  • SPARC M10-Series Server connection ports and cabling
  • Direct connect and crossbar box connections
  • Functions of XSCF
  • Features of the XSCF external network
  • Compare the available physical network configurations
  • Perform an initial configuration of XSCF
  • Update the XSCF firmware
SPARC M10-Series Servers Platform Configuration
  • Manage the XSCF’s user accounts
  • Manage the XSCF using network commands
  • Configure the XSCF for email notification
  • Manage the XSCF using Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) commands
  • Manage the platform using power commands
  • Manage the platform using hardware verification commands
  • Manage Capacity on Demand (CoD)
SPARC M10-Series Servers Physical Partition Configuration and Administration
  • Document the characteristics of a Physical Partition (PPAR)
  • Modify a Physical Partition Configuration List (PCL)
  • Allocate Building Blocks to a Physical Partition
  • Manage Physical Partition settings
  • Power on a Physical Partition
  • Connect to a Physical Partition
  • Access Physical Partition information using Oracle Solaris commands
  • Describe Oracle VM Server for SPARC
SPARC M10-Series Servers Data Collection and Fault Analysis
  • Configure auditing for the XSCF
  • Collect audit data for the XSCF
  • Collect log and audit data using the XSCF snapshot command
  • View logs on the XSCF
  • Enable service and escalation mode
  • Collect fault data from the XSCF
  • List current FRU replacement guidelines
  • Use Oracle Explorer™ scripts to gather information

Course Objectives
  • List the specifications of the M10-Series Servers, including weight and size
  • List the power requirements for the M10-Series Server
  • Follow the proper safety protocols required to install the hardware
  • Identify the FRUs
  • Label the M10-Series Server’s components
  • Compare the major features of each hardware component found in the M10-Series Servers
  • Describe the SPARC M10-Series Server connection ports and cabling
  • Describe the SPARC M10-Series Server product lineup
  • Provide a comparison to previous products
  • Define the hardware features of the SPARC M10-Series Servers
  • Describe the RAS features of the SPARC M10-Series Server
  • Describe the SPARC M10-Series Servers Functions and Features
  • Describe the Virtualization options of the SPARC M10-Series Servers
  • Describe the Architecture features of the SPARC M10-Series Servers
  • Identify site-planning guidelines
  • List the environmental requirements for the M10-Series Server

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