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Popular courses:
Fundamentals of OpenVMS (Advanced Commands and Procedure Techniques)
Fundamentals of OpenVMS (COMMAND PROCEDURES, FILE I/O, BATCH MECHANISMS)
Fundamentals of OpenVMS (Getting Started)
HP OpenVMS accelerated system administration
HP OpenVMS Alpha Crash Dump Analysis
HP OpenVMS Crash Dump Analysis for Integrity Servers


HP OpenVMS Crash Dump Analysis for Integrity Servers

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: PARSEC Group
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Denver, United States
  V

This course provides the foundations to perform crash dump analysis on HP OpenVMS Integrity servers. Itanium architectural characteristics are introduced in order to analyze crash dumps and system hangs. The calling standard is reviewed, allowing students to walk call frames to determine where improper arguments to a function call have been passed. Interrupts and exceptions are discussed, as well as their handling by the Software Interrupt Services (SWIS). Considerable time is spent exploring different types of crashes and reviewing specific examples.

Overview of General Itanium Architecture
General IA64 architecture
Itanium application registers
Predication
Register conventions and usage considerations
Using map and listing files

Procedure Calls
OpenVMS calling standard on IA64
Calling procedures
Passing parameters
Register stack engine

Crash Dump Fundamentals
Overview of OpenVMS crashes
Crash dump analysis tools
General steps in analyzing crashes

Interrupts and Exceptions
Interrupts and exceptions
Software Interrupt Services (SWIS)
Exception frames
SWIS log

Exception-Related Crash... [Read More]

HP OpenVMS Alpha Crash Dump Analysis

Course Format: E-learning
School/Trainer: PARSEC Group
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Denver, United States
  V

Overview of General Itanium Architecture
General Alpha architecture
Register conventions and usage considerations
Using map and listing files

Procedure Calls
OpenVMS calling standard on Alpha
Calling procedures
Passing parameters

Crash Dump Fundamentals
Overview of OpenVMS crashes
Crash dump analysis tools
General steps in analyzing crashes

Interrupts and Exceptions
Interrupts and exceptions
Exception frames

Exception-Related Crashes
Exceptions and condition handling review
Exception related crashes
Examining unexpected system service exception crashes

Invalid Exception Crashes
Invalid exception crash concepts
Analyzing invalid exception crashes

Analysis of Page Fault with IPL too High Crashes
Page fault with IPL too high crash concepts
Analyzing page fault with IPL too high crashes

More on SDA
SDA techniques
Monitoring oriented parameters

Kernel Stack Not Valid Crashes
Kernel stack not valid concepts
Sample analysis of kernel stack not valid crashes

SMP Related Crashes
Symmetric multiprocessing
SMP bugchecks
Spin wai... [Read More]

OpenVMS Alpha Internals

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: PARSEC Group
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Denver, United States
  V

This course is designed to examine the components, structures and mechanisms of the OpenVMS Alpha operating system. It is intended for those students requiring an extensive understanding of these areas. This part of the course lays the foundations for understanding the mechanisms that will be used throughout the rest of the internals offerings at a programming level. the course will use the System Dump Analyzer to illustrate the concepts presented in the course materials. The majoity of the code will be written in DEC C and will be current as OpenVMS Version 8.3.

Internals concepts
Data Structures
Data Structure
Fields Linked
Lists Stacks
Asynchronous Events and Context
Synchronization
OpenVMS Symbolic Naming Conventions

General Alpha architecture
CISC vs. RISC Architectures
Computer Architectures
Alpha RISC Architecture Overview
Privileged Architecture Library
VAX vs. Alpha Architecture

Data formats and general instructions
Data Representation
Floating Point Data Representation
Instruction Formats
Data Alignment Issues

HP OpenVMS calling standard
Alpha Calling Standard
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HP OpenVMS v8.3 Programming Features

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: PARSEC Group
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Denver, United States
  V

This course is intended to quickly bring the application programmer up to speed in an OpenVMS environment. The scope of material is fairly broad from basic compiling to advanced system services. Although some of the material will be provided as an exposure to capabilities available to the programmer, it is expected that the students will be able to program at an in depth level upon completion of this course. The course covers the following categories: General Programming, Synchronization, File System and RMS, Processes and Scheduling, and Memory Management.

Introduction
CISC vs. RISC vs. EPIC Architectures
Data Types
OpenVMS Access Modes
OpenVMS Processes
OpenVMS Alpha Memory Management
OpenVMS Calling Standard

Compiling and Linking
OpenVMS Compilers
Common Compiler Options
Link Command
Image Activation
Symbolic Debugger
Data Alignment
Symbolic Naming Conventions
Libraries Used by Compliers and Linkers

Library Routines
Floating Point Formats and Coversion
Run-Time Library Routines
General Purpose Library Routines
Screen Management Library
String Manipulation Library
Utility Routines
S... [Read More]

OpenVMS Accelerated System Administration

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: PARSEC Group
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Denver, United States
  V

This course is designed for students who need a fast-track to performing the tasks required to manage an OpenVMS system, and who have enough previous experience with system management that they can grasp concepts quickly. Students will learn how OpenVMS is structured, how to perform security, DCL, and utility procedures, how to install software applications, and how to set up and configure an OpenVMS cluster. The course incorporates our Lab+Lecture format.

Course Overview
OpenVMS Overview
Getting Started
Files and Directories
OpenVMS Security
Managing Users
TPU/EVE
DCL Command Procedures
System Startup and Shutdown
SYSMAN Utility
Networking
Queue Management
Backup Utility
Software Installation
Communication Utilities
Accounting Utility
Security Auditing
Error Log Utility
Configuring a VMScluster

OpenVMS V8.2 Internals Differences

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: PARSEC Group
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Denver, United States
  V

This 5-day course addresses general OpenVMS V7.3-1 and V7.3-2 changes as well as OpenVMS V8.2 internals changes that apply to both Alpha and HP Integrity platforms.

Upon successful completion of this course, the student should understand:
V7.3-1 Internals Changes
64-Byte Resource Value Blocks
Infrastructure Changes
System Service Logging
Pshared Objects
V7.3-2 Internals Changes
V7.3-2 Fast Path Support
Working Set Lists Move to S2 Space
Balance Slot Changes
SCHED Spinlock Changes
DDT Intercepts
Large Pool Lookaside Lists
Alpha EV7 On Chip Logic Analyzer (OCLA)
V8.2 General Internals Differences
V7.3 (V7.2-1H1) Pool Reclamation Changes
Distributed Interrupts
Delete Process Exit Handler Support
PCB Spinlocks
FRED Allocation
Timer Queue Entry Changes
Mailbox Specific Spinlocks

OpenVMS v8.3 Internals for System Managers

Course Format: E-learning
School/Trainer: PARSEC Group
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Denver, United States
  V

This course provides a general overview of system mechanisms such as interrupt priority level, spinlocks, CPU context, and access modes. This course is designed to examine the components, structures, and mechanisms of the OpenVMS operating system on Integrity Server and Alpha platforms. It is intended for students without significant programming backgrounds, who want a better understanding of how OpenVMS works. Students attending this course should develop a better understanding of general troubleshooting and performance.

Course Contents

Internals Concepts
OpenVMS Access Modes
Data Representation
Data Structures
Stacks
Asynchronous Events and Context
Synchronization
Interrupts and Exceptions
Spinlocks

OpenVMS Symbolic Naming Conventions
Learning Check
Hexidecimal and Binary Representation of Data

Introduction to SDA
SDA Requirements and Uses
Command Summary
CLUE

OpenVMS Processes
Process Concepts
The Process and Kernel Threads
Process Data Structures Overview
Job Information Block (JIB)
Process Header (PHD)
Kernel Threads
PCB Vector Table

OpenVMS Scheduling
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OpenVMS System Performance Management

Course Format: E-learning
School/Trainer: PARSEC Group
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Denver, United States
  V

This course presents OpenVMS performance under three subsystems: Memory Management, I/O and CPU. This course features:
Isolating performance bottlenecks to one of the three subsystems
Effects of SYSGEN parameters on each of the subsystems, when to change these parameters and when other management modifications or the purchase of new hardware will be required
Sufficiency (keeping the system running), as well as tuning considerations
The relative merits/drawbacks of using AUTOGEN

Upon completing this course, students should be able to:
Interpret performance metrics supplied by: The MONITOR utility
DCL commands including: SHOW SYSTEM SHOW
STATUS SHOW MEMORY
The INSTALL utility

Identify bottlenecks in the following subsystems: Memory Management
I/O
CPU

Size working set parameters
Monitor page file space
Describe the advantages of balancing disk I/O
Improve the performance characteristics of indexed files using the CONVERT utility
Identify factors contributing to time spent executing in processor modes
Describe file locking design considerations to attain good performance
Monitor distributed lock traffic an... [Read More]

OpenVMS DECnet Plus

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: PARSEC Group
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Denver, United States
  V

This course presents OpenVMS DECnet Plus capabilities available to system and network administrators.

This course features:
OpenVMS DECnet Plus Fundamentals
DECnet Plus Planning
DECnet Plus Configuration
Management
Monitoring
Troubleshooting

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
Install DECnet Plus
Plan for the deployment of DECnet Plus
Configure DECnet Plus
Manage DECnet Plus
Monitor network activity with DECnet Plus
Troubleshoot problems and perform maintenance

TCP/IP Services for hp OpenVMS

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: PARSEC Group
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Denver, United States
  V

This course is designed for computer professionals who need to understand and administer the TCP/IP environment in OpenVMS. This course provides information and experience to function in a networked environment that is focused on TCP/IP protocols. This course does not cover network internals.

Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
Describe TCP/IP as implemented on OpenVMS
Understand IP addresses and masks
Use TCP/IP for OpenVMS user and management commands
Install and configure TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS
Manage NFS on an OpenVMS system
Configure and troubleshoot static and dynamic routing
Configure failSAFE IP for IP Address failover in the event of NIC failure
Manage BIND on an OpenVMS system
Configure SSH, manage SSH service and customize the SSH run-time environment
Understand BOOTP, DHCP, NTP, SNMP and SMTP
Configure remote printing
Troubleshoot TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS
Present IPv6 concepts

OpenVMS Integrity Differences

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: PARSEC Group
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Denver, United States
  V

This 2-day course teaches students about the installation, operation, maintenance, and booting of OpenVMS on Integrity Servers. It covers the differences in OpenVMS between Alpha and Integrity along with the differences of the consoles of between the two systems.

Course Contents

Integrity Console
HP Integrity Server Console Overview
EFI
HP Value Added Interfaces
Connections to the Management Processor
Location of the MP and connections
Connecting to the MP via Serial Port
MP Main Menu
MP Help
Configuring the MP LAN
Operating System Console
Web Access to the Integrity Console
iLO Login
Active Users of Console Subsystem
iLO Server Status
iLO System Event Log
CLI System Event Log
iLO Administration
iLO Power and Reset
Changing LAN Configuration via iLO
Installing MP Licenses via iLO
Secure Environment Considerations

EFI
Understanding the Integrity Boot
EFI Components
OpenVMS system disk/EFI FAT32
Navigating the EFI File System
Aliases
Upgrading the Firmware
Updating Fibre Channel Firmware
Maintaining the Boot Option List
Manual Boot

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HP OpenVMS v8.4 Technical Update

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: PARSEC Group
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Denver, United States
  V

OpenVMS version 8.4 introduces many new and modified features to the operating system. This two-day course presents the new and changed features of OpenVMS in four parts: User Changes, System Management Changes, Programming Changes, and Associated Product Changes. The primary focus of the course will be on system management-oriented changes.

Course Contents

User Changes

DELETE/TREE
Per-Process Kernel Thread Limits
2TB Support
F$CUNITS Lexical Function Changes
16 Parameter Command Procedure Support
SEARCH/STATISTICS
ACCOUNTING Utility Support for Large Device Names
Mail Utility Changes
BACKUP Changes
BATCH Queue Limit Changes
System Management Changes
eXtended File Cache (XFC) Disable on a per-volume
Paged Dynamic Memory Lookaside Lists
License Changes
OpenVMS as Guest O/S on Integrity VM
OpenVMS ID-VSE SupportData Representation

System Management Changes

eXtended File Cache (XFC) Disable on a per-volume
Paged Dynamic Memory Lookaside Lists
License Changes
OpenVMS as Guest O/S on Integrity VM
OpenVMS ID-VSE Support
HP Volume Shadowing Improvements
6 Member Shadow Sets
I... [Read More]

OpenVMS Immersion

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: PARSEC Group
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Denver, United States
  V

This course is primarily designed to provide Customers, Presales Systems Engineers, Services Employees, and Selling Partners with short duration training to help them achieve HP OpenVMS certifications. Students likely to benefit from the course are those with previous HP OpenVMS training and experience that need an update in preparation for certification.

Benefits of Attending this Class
Describe the OpenVMS environment Packaging
Hardware overview
Software overview
Associated products

OpenVMS operating system technical concepts
Installing OpenVMS and layered products
Choosing and configuring and managing cluster configurations
OpenVMS and OpenVMS cluster trouble-shooting
Choosing and configuring OpenVMS storage
Configuring and managing OpenVMS Galaxy
Configuring OpenVMS and networking software (LAN, LAT, TCP/IP, DECnet Plus)
Performing day to day OpenVMS and network management tasks (TCP/IP)
Trouble shooting TCP/IP Services

OpenVMS System, Network and Internet Security

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: PARSEC Group
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Denver, United States
  V

Security Overview
Need for Security
Ignorance is Bliss - But it is Not Security
Vulnerabilities
Prevention vs. Detection
Security Policy
User Training
OpenVMS Builtin Security

Physical and Data Security
Console Terminal
Conversational Boot
Separation of Duties
Device Access
Data Security

OpenVMS Object Security
Information Security
Types of Access
UIC
Categories of Processes
Classes of Objects
UIC Based Security
Access Control List Protection
Protected Subsystems
Privileges Affecting Object Security
System Parameters Affecting Object Security
Rules of Access
File and Volume Security
Security Templates
Device Security
Queue Security
Erasing Data on Memory-Based Objects

Account Management
Accountability
Managing Accounts
Common System Accounts
UAF Flags
Expiring Accounts
UAF Files
Process Privileges
Captive and Restricted Accounts
Process Resources
General Account Guidelines
What to do When Someone Leaves
Reviewing System UAF

Login Security
Authentication, Authorization, Accounting and Auditing (AAAA)
Passwords<... [Read More]

OpenVMS DCL Procedures

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: PARSEC Group
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Denver, United States
  V

Introduction

DCL Procedure Fundamentals

Symbols
Uses of symbols
How to use symbols

Flow of Control
Controlling the flow of execution in DCL

DCL I/O
Open
Read
Write
Close
Deck / EOD
Create /Mailbox
Delete /Mailbox

Introduction to Lexical Functions


Time Conversion Lexical Functions


String Manipulation Lexical Functions


Process Environment Lexical Functions


Modular Programming in DCL

What is modular programming
Why use it
How to use modular programming in DCL

File and Device Information Lexical Functions
Processing Lists of Files
Getting Information About Files
Logical Names

General Information Lexical Functions
Process Information
System Information
Queue Information

Using ANSI Escape Sequences
Control Characters
Escape Sequences

Batch Processing
Submit Command
Batch Specific Commands

Error Handling
Error Status
Error Messages
Error Checking

Advanced Examples
Lock Keyboard
Directory Tree Listing
Remove User’s Account
Reverse Director... [Read More]

Managing Complex OpenVMS Systems

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: PARSEC Group
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Denver, United States
  V

This course presents the concepts, features and specifics of managing OpenVMS complex systems. OpenVMS complex systems include OpenVMS Integrity nPars, OpenVMS Cluster Systems and storage options available to the system manager. The course presents configuration and design concepts and configuration options that may be implemented by the system manager.

OpenVMS Cluster System interconnect options, availability, scalability, and performance considerations are covered as well as disaster tolerant cluster configurations.

OpenVMS Integrity nPar concepts will include hardware concepts. These concepts are important for the configuration and implementation of an OpenVMS Integrity Cell based system.

Performance, availability, and scalability are common topics throughout the course. This course also describes general troubleshooting techniques for OpenVMS Cluster Systems and some system tools available for troubleshooting. Introduced are a number of PC based tools for maintaining and monitoring both the systems and data storage.

Storage Overview
Introduction to Storage Options with OpenVMS Systems
Storage Area Network Concepts
SAN Layered A... [Read More]

OpenVMS System Management I: Essentials for Established Systems

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: PARSEC Group
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Denver, United States
  V

System Environment Concepts
OpenVMS Cluster Concepts
Logical Names
Accessing Data on Disk

Volume Management
Understanding Volumes
Displaying Device Information
Verifying the Integrity of the File System
Disk Fragmentation
Managing Volume Shadowing

System Startup and Shutdown
System Boot Process
Console Concepts
Conversational Boot
System Startup
Shutting Down the System

User Management
Planning User Accounts
Authorize Utility
Account Flags
Privileges and Quotas
Managing Accounts
System Interactions
Security Considerations for User Management
User Management Aids

Process Management
Process Review
Overview of Memory Management
Managing Processes
Displaying Memory Information

Network Management
Networking Environment
Using LANCP to View Network Information
TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS
Managing TCP/IP
Viewing Network Information
Starting and Stopping TCP/IP Services
Services

Queue Management
Queue Concepts
The Job Control Process
Queue Manager
Batch Queues
Managing Print Queues
Autostart Queues
Managing Batc... [Read More]

OpenVMS System Management II: Installation, Configuration and Customization

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: PARSEC Group
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Denver, United States
  V

Installing and Upgrading OpenVMS
OpenVMS Packages
Installing OpenVMS Overview
Upgrading the Firmware
Installing the OpenVMS Operating System
Web Interface to an Integrity
Updating OpenVMS Overview

Post Installation Duties
Decompressing the Libraries
Ensuring Procedures Execute at Startup
Ensuring Procedures Execute at Shutdown

Licensing
License Management Overview
License Types
OpenVMS Integrity License Packages
Integrity Compliance Reporting
Product Authorization Key
License Management Utility
License Example
Determining License Requirements
VMSLICENSE.COM

Creating Volumes
Making Volumes Available
Managing Volume Characteristics
Using the DISMOUNT Command
On Disk Structure
Volume Shadowing
Creating Shadow Sets
Merge Operations
Booting from a Shadow Set
Dissimilar Device Shadowing and Dynamic Volume Expansion
InfoServer

Network Configuration
LAN Control Program
Logical LAN
HP TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS
SSL

Customizing the System
System Parameters
Modifying System Parameters
The Install Utility
Paging and Swapping Files<... [Read More]

OpenVMS Fundamentals

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: PARSEC Group
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Denver, United States
  V

This 5-day course teaches students how to use the OpenVMS operating system to create, manipulate, and manage files. It discusses how to tailor the user environment using logical names and DCL symbols. The course describes the command language interpreter and the command line interface. Students will be taught to develop basic command procedures and create a LOGIN.COM command file to tailor their login session.

Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:
Describe the OpenVMS history and supported computing environment
Log in to and log out of an OpenVMS system and change passwords
Create and navigate their basic working environment using DCL commands
Describe OpenVMS process concepts
Create subdirectories and organize, maintain and manipulate files within the structure
Describe, use, create, and delete OpenVMS logical names
Create, manipulate, and display files
Use the EVE editor to create and modify files
Create, show, use, and delete symbols
Write command procedures to the level of difficulty required to support future jobs as system managers or programmers
Submit batch and print jobs
Use the netwo... [Read More]

HP OpenVMS accelerated system administration

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: Hewlett-Packard Education & Training
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Irvine, Pennsylvania, Phoenix, Seattle, United States
  V

This course is designed for students who need a fast-track to performing the tasks required to manage an OpenVMS system, and who have enough previous experience with system management that they can grasp concepts quickly. Students will learn how OpenVMS is structured, how to perform security, DCL, and utility procedures, how to install software applications, and how to set up and configure an OpenVMS cluster. The course incorporates our Lab+Lecture format.

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