This is the only systematic guide to administering the #1 version of UNIX, Hewlett-Packard's HP-UX. Completely updated for HP's new Release 11.0, it shows exactly how to configure your system, network it, use the System Administrator Manager package, interface with Windows NT, write shell programs, and much more. New coverage includes: enhanced system management capabilities for single-server and multi-server systems; fast system recovery using the new 64-bit Journaled File System; using Dynamic Processor Deallocation to remove faulty processors without rebooting; enhancing availability through the Speed/Shrink memory dump; improved Internet integration; security features such as the Pluggable Authentication Module (PAM) interface; managing Distributed Print Services enterprise-wide from a single workstation; and more.
Introduces the HP-UX 11.x system administrator to setting up a system, networking, using System Administration Manager (SAM), the basics of performance analysis, Common Desktop Environment (CDE) administration, and shell programming. The CD-ROM contains trial performance software for HP-UX, Sun, AIX, and NCR. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
|Software Supplied with This Book|
|An Overview of My HP-UX Books|
|Conventions Used in the Book|
|Ch. 1||Setting Up Your HP-UX System||1|
|Ch. 3||System Administration Manager (SAM)||321|
|Ch. 4||Introduction to HP-UX Performance Tools||461|
|Ch. 5||Common Desktop Environment||603|
|Ch. 6||Shell Programming for System Administrators||655|
|Ch. 7||System Recovery with Ignite-UX||779|