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SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION. ECS Release 5 Training. System Administration Topics. System Startup and Shutdown ECS Assist & HP Openview Tape Operations: Labeling and Indexing System Backup and Restore (full, incremental) System Logs User Administration New Workstation Installation

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    1. SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION ECS Release 5 Training

    2. System Administration Topics • System Startup and Shutdown • ECS Assist & HP Openview • Tape Operations: Labeling and Indexing • System Backup and Restore (full, incremental) • System Logs • User Administration • New Workstation Installation • Contractor Off-the-Shelf Software (COTS) • Distributed Computing Environment (DCE) • Security • Earth Science Online Directory

    3. System Startup • Warm Startup • SOME SUBSYSTEMS MAY BE RUNNING -- OTHER MAY BE OFF • Operator intervention • External malfunction Cold Startup • NO SUBSYSTEMS RUNNING • Power failure • Following system maintenance • Power switch OFF?

    4. Cold Startup Procedure • Determine existence of following systems: • DNS Master -- Other License Servers • NIS Master -- Mail Hub Servers • Automount Server -- MSS • DCE License Server -- CIDM Subsystem • ClearCase Server -- Sybase SQL Servers • CSS -- DSS • Turn on power for each one IN ORDER! • HP OpenView icons turn GREEN when each is properly booted.

    5. Cold Startup Boot Order g0css02 DNS Master Server - Mail Server NIS Master - NFS Server NETLS License Server DCE Time Server g0mss02 License Server - Clearcase Server Clearcase VOB Server g0ins02 - HP OpenView Sybase Rep Server - ESSM Sybase SQL Server - PERL5 - MSS Primary DB All others in any order g = goddard e = edc l = larc n = nsidc

    6. Warm Startup Procedure • Determine which server is down. • Determine order in which servers are to be booted. • Determine position in hierarchy. • Shutdown all servers above the affected server in hierarchy. • Restart servers in order.

    7. Normal Shutdown • Turn off power to FULL system • Turn off power to a component subsystem • Scheduled by Resource Manager • Approved by DAAC Manager • Minimal disruption to system users • NO loss of data

    8. Active jobs finish OR long-running jobs are killed by the SA. SA sends broadcast messages to users announcing the impending shutdown SHUT DOWN SUBSYSTEMS IN ORDER Normal ShutdownProcedure

    9. All others in any order g0msh08 Sybase SQL Server - PERL5 - MSS Primary DB Sybase Rep Server - ESSM DCE Time Server - HP OpenView g0mss10 Clearcase VOB Server - IQ Report Writer License Server - Clearcase Server g0css02 NETLS License Server NIS Master - NFS Server DNS Master Server - Mail Server Normal Shutdown Order

    10. Emergency Shutdown • Indications • System or Subsystem is locked up • Unable to access or maneuver through the system • Impending or actual power failure • Hardware or Software failure • Verify need to shutdown • Resolve subsystem and user problems first • Shutdown is a last resort • Minimize loss of data

    11. Return Emergency Shutdown (cont.) • Type sync and press to flush buffers - SUN/SGI machines • Repeat the first step • Type halt on the main server - HP machines • Shutdown Subsystems IN ORDER

    12. STOP Extreme Emergency ShutdownSUN SYSTEMS ONLY Login as ROOT. Press and type a simultaneously to immediately kill the system.

    13. ECS Assistant ECS Assistant is a GUI tool developed to faciliate management activities ECS is comprised of three major components - EcCoAssist - To start up and shutdown subsystem servers EcCoModemgr - mode management EcCoEsdtmgr - database review ECS Assistant must be run on each server where a subsystem resides - some of the files that comprise ECS Assistant are architecture specific. ECS Assistant also has a debugger to help ascertain where a problem may have occured.

    14. ECS Assistant GUI ECS Assistant GUI

    15. ECS Subsystem Manager GUI

    16. ECS Assistant Server Control

    17. ECS Assistant Viewlog

    18. ECS Assistant Monitor

    19. CDSPING SERVERS

    20. ECS Assist Lab setenv DISPLAY (IP address) setenv ECS_HOME /usr/ecs cd /tools/common/ea EcCoAssist &

    21. HP OpenView

    22. HP OpenView - Closing screens

    23. HP OpenView - Hierarchy

    24. HP OpenView - Hierarchy

    25. HP OpenView - Submap parts

    26. HP OpenView - Toolbar

    27. HP OpenView - Map select

    28. HP OpenView - Root map

    29. HP OpenView - Service submap

    30. HP OpenView - Mode server control

    31. HP OpenView - System server control

    32. HP OpenView - Server control

    33. HP Openview Lab setenv DISPLAY (IP address) setenv ECS_HOME /usr/ecs cd /usr/ecs/OPS/COTS/OV/bin ovw -map xxxx &

    34. Secure Shell (ssh) • Improves Network Security • Passwords not sent in the clear • Encrypts entire session • sshsetup • Local Host Setup • sshremote • Remote Host Setup • sshchpass • Change Password

    35. Networker AdministratorMain Screen

    36. Tape Labeling Procedure Run nwadmin Select jukebox labeling and complete the dialog form. Load tapes in cartridge. Click OK LABELED TAPES!

    37. Tape Labeling • Creates a unique name for each tape • Identifies tape to Networker • Stores list of labels in memory (index) gsfcnasa.002 gsfcnasa.001 gsfcnasa.003

    38. Jukebox Labeling Window(after clicking LABEL button)

    39. Tape Indexing • Networker’s way of identifying each tape’s location in the jukebox • Reads each tape’s label and matches it to the jukebox slot • Can be time consuming (2-3 minutes per tape) • Must be performed after tapes are added, removed, or changed

    40. Cleaning Tape SLOT 1 = CLEANING TAPE SLOT 2 = GSFCDAAC.001 SLOT 3 = GSFCDAAC.002 SLOT 4 = GSFCDAAC.006 SLOT 5 = GSFCDAAC.010 SLOT 6 = GSFCDAAC.352 SLOT 7 = GSFCDAAC.003 SLOT 8 = EROSDAAC.001 SLOT 9 = EROSDAAC.523 SLOT 10 = UNDEFINED SLOT 11 = UNDEFINED GSFCDAAC.001 GSFCDAAC.002 GSFCDAAC.006 GSFCDAAC.010 GSFCDAAC.352 GSFCDAAC.003 EROSDAAC.001 EROSDAAC.523 empty empty Tape IndexingAfter Initial Inventory TapeCartridge

    41. Cleaning Tape GSFCDAAC.001 GSFCDAAC.002 GSFCDAAC.006 GSFCDAAC.010 EROSDAAC.777 GSFCDAAC.003 EROSDAAC.001 EROSDAAC.523 GSFCDAAC.999 EROSDAAC.888 Tape IndexingTapes Changed But Not Re-Inventoried TapeCartridge SLOT 1 = CLEANING TAPE SLOT 2 = GSFCDAAC.001 SLOT 3 = GSFCDAAC.002 SLOT 4 = GSFCDAAC.006 SLOT 5 = GSFCDAAC.010 SLOT 6 = GSFCDAAC.352 SLOT 7 = GSFCDAAC.003 SLOT 8 = EROSDAAC.001 SLOT 9 = EROSDAAC.523 SLOT 10 = UNDEFINED SLOT 11 = UNDEFINED

    42. Jukebox MountingWindow

    43. Jukebox InventoryWindow

    44. Tape IndexingAfter Re-Inventory TapeCartridge Cleaning Tape SLOT 1 = CLEANING TAPE SLOT 2 = GSFCDAAC.001 SLOT 3 = GSFCDAAC.002 SLOT 4 = GSFCDAAC.006 SLOT 5 = GSFCDAAC.010 SLOT 6 = EROSDAAC.777 SLOT 7 = GSFCDAAC.003 SLOT 8 = EROSDAAC.001 SLOT 9 = EROSDAAC.523 SLOT 10 = GSFCDAAC.999 SLOT 11 = EROSDAAC.888 GSFCDAAC.001 GSFCDAAC.002 GSFCDAAC.006 GSFCDAAC.010 EROSDAAC.777 GSFCDAAC.003 EROSDAAC.001 EROSDAAC.523 GSFCDAAC.999 EROSDAAC.888

    45. Jukebox Mounting Window(after clicking MOUNT button)

    46. Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Full Backup Level 5 Level 6 Level 7 Level 8 Level 9 Backup Levels Overview More incremental More cumulative Level 1 Level 2 Full Backup Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 Level 7 Level 8 Level 9 Time Time

    47. Networker Administrator’s Window

    48. Networker Backup Scheduler

    49. Networker Backup SchedulerOverrides Menus

    50. Networker Backup Window