Curso oficial Linux LPIC-3 304: Virtualization & High Availability + examen - nanforiberica

Formación oficial de Linux LPI

Certificación del nivel LPIC-3 304: Virtualization & High Availability 

LPIC-3 is a professional certification program program that covers enterprise Linux specialties. LPIC-3 304 covers administering Linux enterprise-wide with an emphasis on Virtualization & High Availability.

Contenido del curso:

  • 330 – Virtualization
  • 334 – High Availability Cluster Management
  • 335 – High Availability Cluster Storage

 

Prerequisitos

Para presentarse al examen LPIC-3 tener la certificación LPIC-2. Para realizar el curso no es necesaria la certificación previa. Y si se recomienda tener conocimientos equivalentes a la misma.

 

Clases en video disponibles:

 

Linux High Availability: Introduction

  1. LPI 304 / RHCA 423 Exam Overview
  2. Setting up a Lab Environment

Module 1: High Availability Essentials

Module Introduction

Lesson 1: Linux Clustering Solutions Overview

Learning objectives

1.1 HA Clusters

1.2 Load Balancing Clusters

1.3 High Performance Clusters

Summary

Lesson 2: Understanding HA Clustering Needs

Learning objectives

2.1 Example: Creating an HA Solution for a Web Server

2.2 Shared Storage

2.3 Quorum

2.4 Fencing

2.5 Understanding Active/Passive vs. Active/Active

2.6 Setting up an HA Architecture

Summary

Module 2: Linux HA Clustering

Module Introduction

Lesson 3: Software Solutions Overview

Learning objectives

3.1 Heartbeat

3.2 Red Hat Cluster Suite: cman and rgmanager

3.3 Heartbeat 2.0 and the CRM

3.4 Managing the Membership Layer: Corosync

3.5 Managing Cluster Resources: Pacemaker

3.6 Current State: Mainstream Pacemaker and Red Hat pcs

Summary

Lesson 4: Configuring the Membership Layer

Learning objectives

4.1 Setting up Multicast-based Corosync on SUSE

4.2 Setting up Unicast-based Corosync on Red Hat

4.3 Tuning Corosync Options

4.4 Using udpu in Corosync

Lesson 4 Labs Configuring Corosync on SUSE and Configuring Corosync on Red Hat

Lesson 4 Lab 1 Solution Configuring Corosync on SUSE

Lesson 4 Lab 2 Solution Configuring Corosync on Red Hat

Summary

Lesson 5: Working with Pacemaker

Learning objectives

5.1 Understanding Pacemaker Components

5.2 Managing the Cluster with crmsh

5.3 Managing the Cluster with pcs on Red Hat

5.4 Managing the Cluster with HAWK

5.5 Configuring Generic Cluster Properties

5.6 Working with Resource Agents

Lesson 5 Labs Setting up an HA Web Server Using crmsh and Setting up an HA Web Server Using pcs

Lesson 5 Lab 1 Solution Setting up an HA Web Server Using crmsh

Lesson 5 Lab 2 Solution Setting up an HA Web Server Using pcs

Summary

Lesson 6: Managing Fencing

Learning objectives

6.1 Understanding Quorum

6.2 Managing Quorum

6.3 Understanding the Need for Fencing

6.4 Understanding the Different Types of Fence Agents

6.5 Configuring Fencing on Red Hat

6.6 Configuring the Red Hat fence_xvm Device

6.7 Configuring Nested Fencing on Red Hat

6.8 Configuring the SBD Device on SUSE

6.9 Verifying Fencing Functionality

Lesson 6 Labs Configuring Fencing on SUSE and Configuring Fencing on Red Hat

Lesson 6 Lab 1 Solution Configuring Fencing on SUSE

Lesson 6 Lab 2 Solution Configuring Fencing on Red Hat

Summary

Lesson 7: Resource Management

Learning objectives

7.1 Understanding Resource Types

7.2 Managing Resources

7.3 Managing Resource Constraints

7.4 Working with Groups

7.5 Working with Clones

7.6 Managing Failed Resources

Lesson 7 Labs Working with Resource Groups and Constraints in pcs and Working with Resource Groups and Constraints in crm

Lesson 7 Lab 1 Solution Working with Resource Groups and Constraints in pcs

Lesson 7 Lab 2 Solution Working with Resource Groups and Constraints in crm

Summary

Lesson 8: Operational Cluster Management

Learning objectives

8.1 Managing Resource States

8.2 Managing Node Membership States

8.3 Managing Node States

8.4 Migrating Resources

8.5 About Resource Cleanup

8.6 Cluster Logging

8.7 Setting up Cluster Notifications

Lesson 8 Labs Managing Resources with pcs and Managing Resources with crmsh

Lesson 8 Lab 1 Solution Managing Resources with pcs

Lesson 8 Lab 2 Solution Managing Resources with crmsh

Summary

Module 3: Cluster Storage

Module Introduction

Lesson 9: Configuring DRBD

Learning objectives

9.1 Understanding DRBD

9.2 Setting up a DRBD Device

9.3 Managing DRBD

9.4 Integrating DRBD in the Pacemaker Cluster

Lesson 9 Lab Creating an Active/Passive DRBD Device

Lesson 9 Lab Solution Creating an Active/Passive DRBD Device

Summary

Lesson 10: Configuring an iSCSI SAN

Learning objectives

10.1 Understanding iSCSI SAN

10.2 Configuring an iSCSI Target

10.3 Managing an iSCSI Initiator

10.4 Managing iSCSI Timeouts

10.5 Understanding Cluster Based iSCSI

Lesson 10 Lab Configuring an HA iSCSI Target on top of DRBD

Lesson 10 Lab Solution Configuring an HA iSCSI Target on top of DRBD

Summary

Lesson 11: Managing Multipath

Learning objectives

11.1 Understanding Multipath

11.2 Configuring Multipath

11.3 Testing Multipath

Lesson 11 Lab Setting up Multipath for iSCSI

Lesson 11 Lab Solution Setting up Multipath for iSCSI

Summary

Lesson 12: Working with LVM in a Cluster

Learning objectives

12.1 LVM Overview

12.2 Understanding Cluster LVM Challenges

12.3 Understanding HA LVM

12.4 Setting up HA LVM

12.5 Understanding cLVM

12.6 Setting up cLVM

Lesson 12 Lab Configuring HA LVM

Lesson 12 Lab Solution Configuring HA LVM

Summary

Lesson 13: Managing GFS2 in a Red Hat Cluster

Learning objectives

13.1 GFS2 Overview

13.2 Creating a GFS2 File System

13.3 Managing a GFS2 File System

13.4 Managing GFS2 Cluster Resources

Lesson 13 Lab Creating a GFS2 Cluster Resource on top of cLVM

Lesson 13 Lab Solution Creating a GFS2 Cluster Resource on top of cLVM

Summary

Lesson 14: Managing OCFS2

Learning objectives

14.1 OCFS2 Overview

14.2 Creating a Cluster Managed OCFS2 File System

14.3 Managing an OCFS2 File System

Lesson 14 Lab Creating an OCFS2 File System on top of cLVM

Lesson 14 Lab Solution Creating an OCFS2 File System on top of cLVM

Summary

Module 4: Configuring Advanced HA Solutions

Module Introduction

Lesson 15: Configuring an HA Apache Web Server

Learning objectives

15.1 Introduction

15.2 Understanding 2-Node Cluster Issues

15.3 Setting up Fencing

15.4 Setting up the Shared LVM Storage

15.5 Creating the Apache Resource Group

15.6 Managing Constraints

Summary

Lesson 16: Configuring an HA NFS Solution

Learning objectives

16.1 Introduction

16.2 Setting up the Cluster and Storage Layer

16.3 Setting up the NFS Service

16.4 Configuring Resource Constraints

16.5 Testing the Solution

Summary

Lesson 17: Managing Legacy Red Hat Clustering

Learning objectives

17.1 Understanding Legacy RHCS Architecture

17.2 Setting up the Base Cluster

17.3 Managing Quorum

17.4 Configuring Fencing

17.5 Creating Resources and Services

Lesson 17 Lab Configuring an HA Apache Web Server

Lesson 17 Lab Solution Configuring an HA Apache Web Server

Summary

Module 5: Load Balancing

Module Introduction

Lesson 18: Managing Load Balancing Solutions

Learning objectives

18.1 Understanding Load Balancing

18.2 Setting up DNS Round Robin Load Balancing

18.3 Using LVS

18.4 Understanding HAProxy

18.5 Configuring HAProxy as a Layer 7 Load Balancer

18.6 Setting up Keepalived

18.7 Managing Ldirectord

Lesson 18 Lab Configuring a Load Balancing Cluster

Summary

Summary

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