z/OS UNIX System Services part 2 - configuration & implementation
This course follows on from the course z/OS UNIX System Services part 1 - concepts & facilities. It teaches the skills needed to install, configure and implement UNIX System Services in a z/OS environment. The course goes on to describe and explain how to manage the new environment efficiently and effectively.
On successful completion of this course, attendees will be able to:
- plan the installation and implementation of USS
- implement USS
- customize USS
- maintain the HFS environment
- describe the constraints on USS
- apply RACF security to the environment
- manage a USS environment.
Experienced mainframe technicians working in a z/OS USS environment.
Attendees should have attended the RSM course z/OS UNIX System Services Concepts & Facilities, or have equivalent experience. (see z/OS UNIX System Services part 1 - concepts & facilities).
- UNIX installation
Steps to install UNIX; modes of running z/OS UNIX; minimum, sockets-only and maximum mode; overview of security preparations; create root file system; controlling services with BPXPRMxx parmlib member; JCL procedures; BPXOINIT and BPXAS; starting UNIX services; initial file system structure.
- z/FS file systems
z/FS File System Aggregates; z/FS parameter file; zfsadm shell command; zFS commands & utilities; zFS Colony Address Space; allocating zFS Aggregates; formatting zFS Aggregates; attaching zFS Aggregates; mounting zFS file systems.
- Hierarchical File Systems - HFS
Using files from UNIX programs; the Physical File System (PFS); the Logical File System (LFS); Mount points and Automount facility; new JCL keywords for files; file administration with TSO/E.
- UNIX security
UNIX security basics; file permissions, extended permissions; UNIX security with RACF; RACF profile extensions; twelve steps to prepare for UNIX in RACF.
- z/OS UNIX & TCP/IP
- Managing a z/OS UNIX System Services environment
Lecturing with labs.
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