Understanding AS/400 System Operations

This book is intended for students learning computer operations and administration on the AS/400 computer system.

Understanding AS/400 System Operations
Authors: Mike Dawson, Marge Hohly

Understanding AS/400 System Operations is intended for students learning computer operations and administration on the AS/400 computer system. Offering a unique approach to learning AS/400 operations with extensive end-of-chapter, hands-on labs, self-tests, and review questions, this book uses real-world situations to prepare you from the ground up to be productive with AS/400 operations. This book also covers the requirements of the two IBM AS/400 certification exams: AS/400 Associate System Operator Certification (test 052) and AS/400 Professional System Operator Certification (test 053).

The primary goal of this book is to teach you how to perform day-to-day operations on an AS/400 computer system, including IPL, starting and stopping the system, backup and recovery, and system cleanup. Procedures covered include creating and maintaining user environments, device configuration and management, security implementation, work and data management, and TCP/IP configuration. Console operations discussed include jobs, message handling, and working with spool files and peripheral devices. Functions of Operations Navigator are covered. Electronic Customer Support (ECS) and PTF upgrades are also introduced.


This was last published in June 2002

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