HP-UX CSE: Official Study Guide and Desk Reference
The HP-UX Certified System Engineer (CSE) exam is the next step afterCertified Systems Architect (CSA). The audience for the exam has grown as aresult of several factors. HP is pushing for all external vendors to have CSElevel certification, as well as pushing for internal employees to be CSE certified.HP is also streamlining the number of advanced courses and creating 2 newcourses to make it easier for engineers to get the knowledge they need tobecome certified.Mapping to the exam objectives for the HP-UX CSE exam, this book startswith the premise that readers will be "fluent" in the basic concepts of managinga HP-UX based system. This book allows experienced HP-UX administratorsto deal with new technologies such as fibre channel, SANs, disk arrays,partioned servers and how they impact high-availability environments. As wellas describing such topics from a theoretical perspective, the author directlycorrelates the theory with what individuals will find in their workplace, allowingfor rapid appreciation of the facts. HP-UX guru, Charles Keenan, brings ahands-on approach to how to deal with topics such as high availabilityclustering, node/virtual partitions, performance analysis and troubleshooting,with actual demonstrations from real HP-UX based systems. He gives readersthe information they need to help study for the CSE exam, as well asinformation they can use well after in their day to day management of advancedHP-UX sys admin tasks.
Great desk reference
By D. Baer - July 4, 2007
While this book is quite the industrial doorstop and is rather daunting for newbies, it serves as a nice reference and does a great job explaining in-depth such things as VxFS/JFS, kernel options, and memory utilization. There is a section on identifying bottlenecks that I found particularly interesting. With the new exams coming out (soon or already), its usefulness as a study guide is somewhat diminished, but the information contained should continue to be valid for years to come. One of the nice things about operating systems at this level is the long lifetimes and backward compatibility.
An excellent source to pass the exam!
By Adel Bekhiet - September 16, 2010
Between this book and your own HPUX knowledge level over the years, you can easily master at least the administration exam with no issues.
HP-UX CSE : Official Study Guide and Desk Reference
By David B. Ramsey "Diamond_Ramsey" - May 12, 2005
The first level is the HP-UX Certified System Administrator (CSA.)
There is a new version, "HP-UX CSA : Official Study Guide and Reference (2nd Edition,)" with 1072 pages of material for concepts from 2004 by Rafeeq Ur Rehman, August 25, 2004.
The "first version" book, "HP Certified: HP-UX System Administration," with 832 pages of material for concepts from 2000 by Rafeeq Rehman May 31, 2000. This book, still holds its value as shows in the pricing.
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