Oracle VM Server for SPARC (Solaris 10 Logical Domains) Administration — A 1 day course

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This intensive one-day course covers all the areas necessary to install and administrate the Oracle VM Server for SPARC software on CMT (Core Multi-Threaded) servers. It starts with server access configuration, followed by firmware issues, and then examines building the Solaris 10 OS and installing the latest Logical Domain Manager (LDOM) software. This is followed by LDOM configuration of the Control and Service domains, and a variety of guest domains each running their own operating system.

Further administration tasks such as changing domain resources are also covered.

Each student will have exclusive use of a Sun workstation and full access to a CMT server for the duration of the course.

Each student will be provided with a full set of training notes. This course is equivalent to the SA-345-S1 course.

This course is suitable for Solaris 10 on CMT server platforms, and the Solaris Logical Domain manager software version 1.2.

Follow-on Courses

You may be interested in our Live Upgrade Workshop, a further one-day course covering the powerful built-in upgrading software.


This course is suitable for experienced Solaris 10 administrators.

Publicly scheduled dates, locations, and prices

A schedule of dates for this subject is not currently available. Please call 0333 210 0140 or use our contact form to enquire about places and availability.


Logical Domains Introduction

System Firmware

Installing Solaris and the Logical Domain Manager (LDM) software

Installing LDOM software

Control Domain Configuration

Guest Domains

Guest domain OS installs and storage options

Alternatives for domain backend disk storage

Network Configuration Options

Guest Domain configuration with XML files

Guest Domains running Solaris 8 and 9

Listing Domain Information - more examples

Reconfiguration of Guest Domain Resources

Upgrading the Logical Domain Manager Software

Domain Configuration Storage and backup Issues