IBM AIX Enterprise Edition System Administration Guide

Вышел новый редбук, посвященный AIX Enterprise Edition, если быть точнее – тем отличиям, которые появились в AIX 6.1 Enterprise Edition

This IBM® Redbooks® publication provides AIX® Systems Administrators a broad understanding of the new features and products that make up the AIX Enterprise Edition offering. It will help you design or create a solution to maximize efficiencies and help organizations get the most from their Power Systems™ platform.

AIX Enterprise Edition includes all the features of AIX with additional management software that is designed to complement the features of AIX V6.1. AIX Enterprise Edition is designed to improve the manageability of a virtualized AIX environment. Potential benefits include:
– Improved service availability through access to relevant, real-time information about IT resources
– Enhanced operational efficiency though the visualization of the relationships of IT resources and applications
– Improved operational efficiency by centralizing monitoring and automating the response to service issues
– Better utilization of IT resources through consolidated views of virtualized resource usage
– Improved service availability through Live Application Mobility
– Simplified ordering of AIX and essential service management tools at an attractive price

 

Table of contents

Chapter 1. Introduction and overview
Chapter 2. Planning and sizing
Chapter 3. Installation and configuration
Chapter 4. Operations

Chapter 1. Introduction and overview 1

1.1 AIX Enterprise Edition 2

1.2 Comparing AIX offerings 2

1.3 IBM Service Management (ISM) 3

1.4 Components 4

1.5 Integration of the components 6

1.6 Advantages 7

1.7 Hardware prerequisites 7

1.8 Lab overview 8

Chapter 2. Planning and sizing 9

2.1 Planning and sizing virtualization 10

2.1.1 Virtualization advantages 10

2.2 Planning and sizing logical partitions 11

2.3 Planning and sizing Workload Partition Manager 11

2.3.1 Additional resources for virtualization 12

2.4 Planning and sizing DB2 12

2.4.1 DB2 installation requirements for DB2 server 12

2.4.2 DB2 file systems 13

2.4.3 DB2 users and groups 13

2.5 Planning and sizing IBM Tivoli Monitoring V6.2 14

2.5.1 IBM Tivoli Monitoring processor considerations 15

2.5.2 IBM Tivoli Monitoring memory and disk sizing requirements 15

2.5.3 IBM Tivoli Monitoring database estimation 16

2.5.4 IBM Tivoli Monitoring server protocols and values 18

2.5.5 IBM Tivoli Monitoring additional considerations 18

2.6 Planning and sizing TADDM 18

2.6.1 TADDM terminology and architecture 19

2.6.2 TADDM hardware sizing 22

2.7 Planning and sizing IBM Tivoli Usage and Accounting Manager 23

2.7.1 IBM Tivoli Usage and Accounting Manager architecture 24

2.7.2 IBM Tivoli Usage and Accounting Manager requirements 25

2.7.3 Estimating IBM Tivoli Usage and Accounting Manager database size 26

Chapter 3. Installation and configuration 29

3.1 Launchpad 30

3.2 Installing and configuring DB2 34

3.3 Installing and configuring IBM Tivoli Monitoring V6.2 50

3.3.1 Pre-installation preparation 51

3.3.2 Installing IBM Tivoli Monitoring from the Launchpad 52

3.3.3 Installing the Tivoli Enterprise Monitoring Server 53

3.3.4 Installing the Tivoli Enterprise Portal Server 66

3.3.5 Install and configure the Base agents 77

3.3.6 Install and configure System p agents 82

3.3.7 Installing the Warehouse Proxy agent 87

3.3.8 Installing the Summarization and Pruning agent 91

3.3.9 Configuring and starting the Virtual I/O Server agent 94

3.3.10 Viewing the Tivoli Enterprise Console 96

3.4 Installing and configuring TADDM 97

3.4.1 Preparing AIX 98

3.4.2 Install DB2 99

3.4.3 Create DB2 database 100

3.4.4 Install TADDM 7.1 100

3.4.5 DNSLookup configuration 117

3.5 Installing and configuring IBM Tivoli Usage and Accounting Manager 117

3.5.1 Our lab environment 118

3.5.2 Installation process overview 119

3.5.3 Installing the Application server 119

3.5.4 Database configuration 129

3.5.5 Set up the processing directories 139

3.5.6 Run sample jobs 141

3.5.7 AIX and Virtual I/O Server data collectors 143

3.5.8 AIX Advanced Accounting overview 144

3.5.9 AIX data collector installation and configuration 145

3.6 Installing and configuring WPAR manager 150

3.6.1 WPAR concept 150

3.6.2 WPAR Manager components and functions 152

Chapter 4. Operations 159

4.1 Live Application Mobility 160

4.2 Operating TM 161

4.2.1 Workspaces 161

4.2.2 Views 161

4.2.3 Managing Tivoli Monitoring Services 168

4.2.4 Historical data collection 169

4.2.5 Understanding situation events 172

4.2.6 IBM Tivoli Monitoring command line 175

4.2.7 The cinfo command 182

4.2.8 The SetPerm command 184

4.2.9 Best practices 184

4.3 Operating TADDM 185

4.3.1 Starting and stopping the TADDM server 185

4.3.2 Discover components 186

4.3.3 Customizing TADDM 212

4.3.4 Analytics and reporting 228

4.3.5 Performance considerations 236

4.4 Operating IBM Tivoli Usage and Accounting Manager 237

4.4.1 IBM Tivoli Usage and Accounting Manager collectors 237

4.4.2 Collecting AIX and VIOS accounting data 241

4.4.3 Loading AIX accounting data into the database 242

4.4.4 Installing Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools (BIRT) 250

4.4.5 Troubleshooting IBM Tivoli Usage and Accounting Manager 266

 

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