This course is suitable for System managers, technical support, performance analysis personnel and Systems and application designers and developers.
Become familiar with the system load balance approach and performance tuning concepts for your HP NonStop system. Learn how to capture and analyze performance data, then adapt the adjustments to maximize performance and increase system Utilization. Topics include Measure, Measure Subsystem Entities, queuing theory, TPM, RPM, ViewSys, Web ViewPoint practical approaches to system tuning, and using performance tools. The five-day course is 60 percent lecture and 40 percent hands-on labs using NonStop servers.
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Apply a basic tuning principle Analyze Measure's CPU entity Describe the processor's memory subsystem Apply several basic queuing theory formulas Analyze disk cache-hit ratios and fragmentation Calculate a volume's true write cache-hit ratio Use Reload Analyzer Analyze process priorities Analyze process memory consumption Identify processes with long $RECEIVE queues Evaluate TCP process and server class parameters for best performance Be familiar with the functionality of NonStop system utilities: ViewSys, Web ViewPoint, Peek, Enform, GPA, TPDC, TPM, ASAP, APB, Diskpro, RPM, and TCM Use Measure and SQLCI to analyze NonStop SQL/MP performance Identify positive and negative factors in application performance Use Measure entities for application analysis: DISCOPEN, FILE, PROCESSH, USERDEF, and TMF