AIX/Oracle

Of course, there are a variety of operating systems and databases that SAP can be run on. Which of these operating systems and databases your company uses today was determined based on many different variables from cost to number of users to the available skill set within your company.

However, one of the more common platforms used today includes IBM’s AIX operating system along with an Oracle database. Many large companies have chosen this platform because of the reliability and quality of IBM and Oracle which both have a long history of successful products.

For those who use AIX or some other Unix version, the following notes have been complied which were taken while I was taking a series of courses on this operating system. They have been included here to assist those that may want to refer to them while performing SAP BASIS tasks that required working with the AIX operating system environment.

These notes are divided up by AIX course and can be searched as needed. Hopefully, you will find them useful.

AIX 5L Basics
AIX 5L Basics (Unit 01) – Introduction to AIX
AIX 5L Basics (Unit 02) – Using The System
AIX 5L Basics (Unit 03) – AIX Documentation
AIX 5L Basics (Unit 04) – Files and Directories
AIX 5L Basics (Unit 05) – Using Files
AIX 5L Basics (Unit 06) – File Permissions
AIX 5L Basics (Unit 07) – vi Editor
AIX 5L Basics (Unit 08) – Shell Basics
AIX 5L Basics (Unit 09) – Using Shell Variables
AIX 5L Basics (Unit 10) – Processes
AIX 5L Basics (Unit 11) – Controlling Processes
AIX 5L Basics (Unit 12) – Customizing the User Environment
AIX 5L Basics (Unit 13) – AIX Utilities – Part 1
AIX 5L Basics (Unit 13) – AIX Utilities – Part 2
AIX 5L Basics (Unit 14) – AIX Utilities – Part 1
AIX 5L Basics (Unit 14) – AIX Utilities – Part 2
AIX 5L Basics (Unit 15) – Additional Shell Features – Shell Scripts

AIX 5L Configuring TCP/IP
AIX 5L Configuring TCP/IP (Unit 01, Part 1): TCP/IP Concepts
AIX 5L Configuring TCP/IP (Unit 01, Part 2): TCP/IP Concepts
AIX 5L Configuring TCP/IP (Unit 02): Configuring TCP/IP
AIX 5L Configuring TCP/IP (Unit 03): Using TCP/IP Commands
AIX 5L Configuring TCP/IP (Unit 04): Point-to-Point Protocol
AIX 5L Configuring TCP/IP (Unit 05): Static Routing
AIX 5L Configuring TCP/IP (Unit 06): Dynamic Routing
AIX 5L Configuring TCP/IP (Unit 07): Network Control
AIX 5L Configuring TCP/IP (Unit 08 – Part 1) – Domain Name System (DNS)
AIX 5L Configuring TCP/IP (Unit 08 – Part 2) – Domain Name System (DNS)
AIX 5L Configuring TCP/IP (Unit 09) – Troubleshooting
AIX 5L Configuring TCP/IP (Unit 10) – BOOTP and DHCP
AIX 5L Configuring TCP/IP (Unit 11) – NFS Concepts
AIX 5L Configuring TCP/IP (Unit 12) – Configuring NFS
AIX 5L Configuring TCP/IP (Unit 13) – Automounter and NFS Commands
AIX 5L Configuring TCP/IP (Unit 14) – Network Information Service (NIS) Concepts
AIX 5L Configuring TCP/IP (Unit 15) – Configure and Use NIS

AIX 5L SysAdmin I
AIX 5L SysAdmin I: (Unit 01) – Introduction to RS/6000 System Administration
AIX 5L SysAdmin I: (Unit 02, Part 1) – System Management Tools and Documentation
AIX 5L SysAdmin I: (Unit 02, Part 2) – System Management and Documentation
AIX 5L SysAdmin I: (Unit 03) – System Startup and Shutdown
AIX 5L SysAdmin I: (Unit 04) – Devices
AIX 5L SysAdmin I: (Unit 05) – System Storage Overview
AIX 5L SysAdmin I: (Unit 06) – Working with the Logical Volume Manager
AIX 5L SysAdmin I: (Unit 07) – Working with File Systems
AIX 5L SysAdmin I: (Unit 08) – Managing File Systems
AIX 5L SysAdmin I: (Unit 09) – Paging Space
AIX 5L SysAdmin I: (Unit 10) – AIX 5.1 Installation
AIX 5L SysAdmin I: (Unit 11) – AIX 5.1 Installation & Maintenance
AIX 5L SysAdmin I: (Unit 12) – AIX 5.1 Backup and Restore
AIX 5L SysAdmin I: (Unit 13 – Part 1) – AIX 5.1 Security and User Administration
AIX 5L SysAdmin I: (Unit 13 – Part 2) – AIX 5.1 Security and User Administration
AIX 5L SysAdmin I: (Unit 13 – Part 3) – AIX 5.1 Security and User Administration
AIX 5L SysAdmin I: (Unit 14) – Scheduling
AIX 5L SysAdmin I: (Unit 15) – Printers and Queues
AIX 5L SysAdmin I: (Unit 16) – Networking Overview

AIX 5L SysAdmin II
AIX 5L SysAdmin II: (Unit 01) – Problem Determination
AIX 5L SysAdmin II: (Unit 02) – The Object Data Manager (ODM)
AIX 5L SysAdmin II: (Unit 03) – System Initialization – Part 1
AIX 5L SysAdmin II: (Unit 04) – System Initialization – Part 2
AIX 5L SysAdmin II: (Unit 05) – Disk Management Theory (Part 1 of 3)
AIX 5L SysAdmin II: (Unit 05) – Disk Management Theory (Part 2 of 3)
AIX 5L SysAdmin II: (Unit 05) – Disk Management Theory (Part 3 of 3)
AIX 5L SysAdmin II: (Unit 06) – Disk Management Procedures
AIX 5L SysAdmin II: (Unit 07) – Saving and Restoring Volume Groups and Online JFS/JFS2 Backups
AIX 5L SysAdmin II: (Unit 08) – Error Log and syslogd
AIX 5L SysAdmin II: (Unit 09) – Diagnostics
AIX 5L SysAdmin II: (Unit 10) – The AIX System Dump Facility
AIX 5L SysAdmin II: (Unit 11, Part 1) – Performance and Workload Management
AIX 5L SysAdmin II: (Unit 11, Part 2) – Performance and Workload Management
AIX 5L SysAdmin II: (Unit 12) – Security

AIX Ver. 4 SysAdmin IV:Storage Management
AIX Ver. 4 SysAdmin IV:Storage Management (Unit 1) – Introduction to Storage Management
AIX Ver. 4 SysAdmin IV:Storage Management (Unit 10) – HAGEO and GeoRM
AIX Ver. 4 SysAdmin IV:Storage Management (Unit 2) – SCSI Fundamentals
AIX Ver. 4 SysAdmin IV:Storage Management (Unit 3) – Working with SSA (1 of 2)
AIX Ver. 4 SysAdmin IV:Storage Management (Unit 3) – Working with SSA (2 of 2)
AIX Ver. 4 SysAdmin IV:Storage Management (Unit 4) – RAID
AIX Ver. 4 SysAdmin IV:Storage Management (Unit 5) – Introductions to HACMP
AIX Ver. 4 SysAdmin IV:Storage Management (Unit 6) – LVM Fundamentals (1 of 2)
AIX Ver. 4 SysAdmin IV:Storage Management (Unit 6) – LVM Fundamentals (2 of 2)
AIX Ver. 4 SysAdmin IV:Storage Management (Unit 7) – Mirroring and Quorum (1 of 2)
AIX Ver. 4 SysAdmin IV:Storage Management (Unit 7) – Mirroring and Quorum (2 of 2)
AIX Ver. 4 SysAdmin IV:Storage Management (Unit 8) – ESS Overview
AIX Ver. 4 SysAdmin IV:Storage Management (Unit 9) – Storage Area Network (SAN) Concepts

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