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Introducing VERITAS Foundation Suite for AIX

An IBM Redbooks publication

Note: This is publication is now archived. For reference only.


Published on 04 November 2002, updated 07 December 2006

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ISBN-10: 0738426814
ISBN-13: 9780738426815
IBM Form #: SG24-6619-00

Authors: (Alex) KyeongWon Jeong, Anita Govindjee, Fred Sherman, Jason Littin and Shona Robertson

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    VERITAS Software products, such as VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM) and VERITAS File System (VxFS), are popular on other UNIX platforms, and VERITAS announced these products for AIX in the early of May 2002. VERITAS Foundation Suite for AIX includes VERITAS Volume Manager for AIX and VERITAS File System for AIX. These products will be useful for people who are familiar with the same products on other UNIX platforms since VERITAS Foundation Suite for AIX provides a similar environment for them. That means they can use their same skills and knowledge in the AIX environment.

    This IBM Redbooks publication will not only help system administrators who are familiar with VERITAS Foundation Suite on other UNIX platforms but also AIX system administrators who are familiar with AIX’s native Logical Volume Manager (LVM) and Journaled File Systems (JFS) and would like to learn more about VERITAS Foundation Suite for AIX.

    This book will compare VERITAS Foundation Suite for AIX with VERITAS Foundation Suite for Sun Solaris as well as AIX’s native LVM and JFS/JFS2. One of the main focuses is the procedures, hints, and tips to migrate the existing environment to the AIX environment. It will also cover all the details about the functionalities of these products, including planning, installation, configuration, administration, performance, tuning, and troubleshooting. This book also introduces VERITAS Cluster Server in Appendix D for those interested in setting up a clustered environment.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Introduction

    Chapter 2. Components

    Chapter 3. Planning and installation

    Chapter 4. Basic administration

    Chapter 5. Advanced administration

    Chapter 6. Comparisons

    Chapter 7. Migration considerations

    Chapter 8. Performance, tuning, and scalability

    Chapter 9. Troubleshooting and technical support


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