OpenVMS System Performance Management (TR-1SL203-VMS)

 

Who should attend

OpenVMS system managers, application programmers, and system programmers

Prerequisites

Students should have a fundamental understanding of system management and be able to:

  • Set up accounts
  • Use SYSGEN/SYSMAN to change a system parameter
  • Run AUTOGEN
  • Use the INSTALL utility
  • INITIALIZE and MOUNT a disk

Students should also have a fundamental understanding of programming concepts, including:

  • Understanding the purpose of a compiler
  • Understanding the purpose of a linker
  • Understanding how a computer executes a program

Course Objectives

Students attending this course should leave with an understanding of:

  • How to isolate performance bottlenecks to one of the three subsystems
  • The effects of SYSGEN parameters on each of the subsystems, when to change these parameters, and when other management modifications or the purchase of new hardware will be required
  • Sufficiency (keeping the system running), as well as tuning considerations
  • The relative merits/drawbacks of using AUTOGEN

Students attending this course should not expect to work with network performance or to find a magic system parameter that will make their system run faster.

Course Content

This five-day, hands-on, lecture/lab course presents OpenVMS performance under three subsystems: memory management, I/O, and CPU.

Classroom Training

Duration 5 days

Price (VAT excl.)
  • The Netherlands: 3,995.— €

Currently there are no training dates scheduled for this course.