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Course Description

  • This course introduces basic administrative tasks associated with Linux Servers hosted on Power Systems servers. This includes installation, command line operations, system administration, device management, IBM tools, and system recovery.


  • After completing this course, you should be able to:

  • Recognize different execution environments that a Linux server runs on within a POWER8 processor - based server
  • Install Linux Server on a POWER8 processor - based server
  • Manage Linux Server within a POWER8 processor - based server environment using standard tools
  • Install and use IBM Service and Productivity tools
  • Customize the configuration of the boot loader
  • Use recovery mode to rescue a failed Linux instance


  • System administrators that have experience with either Linux or Power Systems, but not both. This course provides the bridge for those skill sets to be brought together.


  • Students attending this course should have a basic background in systems administration and/or troubleshooting. No previous course ware is required.


  • Day 1
    Unit 1 - Installing Linux on Power systems
    Exercise 1 - Linux installation
    Unit 2 - System management tools
    Exercise 2 - System management tasks

    Day 2
    Exercise 2 - System management tasks (continued)
    Unit 3 - Power Systems device operations and rescue mode
    Exercise 3 - Manage Power systems devices and rescue operations
    Unit 4 - Linux systemd

    Day 3
    Unit 4 - Linux systemd (continued)
    Exercise 4 - System administration
    Unit 5 - Service and productivity tools
    Exercise 4 - Linux on Power service productivity tools