Linux Cluster Administration

Linux Cluster Concepts

High Available Disks and File Systems

Cluster Configuration

Basic Monitoring and Troubleshooting

Course Audience

This course is intended for students who are experienced in managing a Linux environment and require instruction on the configuration and maintenance of a Linux cluster.


Good knowledge about Linux as covered in ''Using UNIX/Linux'' (BW-LNXUSR), ''Linux System Administration'' (BW-LNXADM), ''Linux Network Administration'' (BW-LNXNET), or equivalent experience is strongly recommended.

Course Description

This course describes the tasks that a system manager must perform to plan, install, configure, and set up the hardware and the software for an highly available Linux cluster. The topics include operating system installation, setup and managing tasks, storage installation and configuration, installation and configuration of highly available services, and troubleshooting problems.

Course Content

  • Introduction to Linux cluster concepts
  • Setup and manage high available disk
  • Setup and manage high available file systems
  • Setup and manage RAID solutions
  • Setup and manage highly available cluster
  • Setup and maintain highly available services and applications
  • Identify and resolve cluster-related configuration problems

Course Number BW-LNXCLU
Course Length 5 days
Course Price € 2.500,- + tax
Participiant Max. 8
Course Type Lecture/Lab
Schedule (Munich) on request






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