This document is written for system administrators of the Sun StorageTek 5800 System. The administrator should be familiar with network troubleshooting and UNIX system administrator activities.
Chapter 1 provides an overview of the system hardware and software, as well as an introduction to the system components and software functionality.
Chapter 2 details the functions of the netcfg and alertcfg commands and explains how they are used to configure system parameters and the alert subsystem.
Chapter 3 describes the monitoring capabilities of the Sun StorageTek 5800 system.
Chapter 4 provides more detail on metadata and the system schema, discusses upgrading the schema configuration, and then describes file system views and their definition.
Chapter 5 explains how to perform routine maintenance on the Sun StorageTek 5800 system.
Appendix A provides instructions on how to access the CLI, as well as descriptions, syntax, and examples for each of the CLI commands.
The Glossary provides a list of pertinent words and phrases and their definitions for the Sun StorageTek 5800 system.
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