Duration: 2 days.
Audience: This class is intended for file system administrators who will be responsible for installation, configuraion
day-to-day maintenance and troubleshooting.
Pre-requisites: Students must have attended the Configuring and Administering ARX course and have a working knowledge and
experience configuring ARX.
Participants should understand: NFS and CIFS protocols, a working hands-on knowledge of networking,
the functions of the Data Management Operating System (tm superscript) (DMOS), the functions and
use of the Data Manager applications, Familiarity with DMOS using the command-line interface and/or
graphical user interface, the concepts of Managed Volumes, Namespaces, Global Servers and Filers as used
by the ARX system, Configuration of a redundant pair and ARX policies, file migration and tiering.
Topics Covered: File management
ARX configuration management and troubleshooting
System monitoring using the GUI, command line, and external notifications including traps and syslog
Troubleshooting the ARX system, clients, and file servers and systems
Monitoring and troubleshooting Policy
Working with F5 support to diagnose, troubleshoot and excalate problems