DCL for System Managers
The main tool for OpenVMS system managers is OpenVMS DCL.
System managers use DCL to perform daily tasks, to analyze
the operating system, and to create processing structures
or devices such as batch and print queues and mounted tapes.
DCL is also used to create command procedures for system monitoring
and maintenance. And DCL is also used to react to processing
crises. All these uses require that the system manager be
proficient in OpenVMS DCL.
The student's account is enabled to allow use of these utilities
to provide for practice and understanding of operation.
Topics covered include:
- SET ACCOUNTING
- SET AUDIT
- SET ACL
- Advanced Lexical Functions
Develop the skills necessary to use DCL as a system managment
tool for managing an OpenVMS environment on a day to day basis
to perform business functions.
WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE:
Anyone who needs to develop the skills of using DCL in the
management of OpenVMS; new system managers, system manager
with experience on other systems, system managers looking
for a refresher, operators looking to expand their skills
and become system managers.
ESTIMATED TIME TO COMPLETE: 12 to 16 hours