Exam ID HP0-P24
Exam type Proctored exam taken at dedicated testing center
Exam duration 1 hour 45 minutes
Exam length 60 questions
Passing score 70%
Delivery languages English
Related Certifications
Supporting courses These recommended courses help you prepare for the exam:
Additional study materials
  • HP-UX System and Network Administration II Course Course ID H3065S (Available through HP Education and Training)
  • HP-UX Logical Volume Manager (LVM) Course Course ID H6285 Modules 9 and 14 (Availablethrough HP Education and Training)
  • Unix Fundamentals Course ID 51434s (Available through HP Education and Training)

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Exam description

This exam tests your knowledge and skills on HP-UX 11iv3 System Administration.

Ideal candidate for this exam

Typical candidate is a technical professional who has one year of experience as a system administrator, and at least one to three years of experience working in a Unix or Linux environment.

Exam contents

This exam has 60 questions. Here are types of questions to expect:
  • Matching
  • Multiple choice (multiple responses)
  • Multiple choice (single response)

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Objectives

This exam validates that you can:
7%

Fundamental HP-UX architectures and technologies

  • Identify the supported HP-UX processor interfaces and their features.
  • Identify the major hardware components found in systems running HP-UX.
  • Identify the basic LVM concepts and structure.

17%

HP-UX installation

  • Perform an HP-UX installation from local installation media.
  • Describe SD-UX concepts.
  • Install HP-UX patches.
  • Identify the features and benefits of Ignite-UX.
  • Perform an HP-UX installation from an Ignite-UX server.
  • Identify the features and benefits of Dynamic Root Disk.

5%

VSE Component Installation, Configuration and Management

  • Identify the characteristics of the HPE partitioning continuum.

8%

Solution troubleshooting

  • Diagnose and resolve common HP-UX OS issues.

21%

HP-UX User Environment, Basic Commands, and Utilities

  • Log in and determine basic information about an HP-UX system.
  • Execute basic HP-UX commands from the command line.
  • Manage and manipulate files and directories.
  • Define and describe the program, process, and thread attributes of an HP-UX instance.
  • Demonstrate the tools and techniques used to identify, monitor, and terminate programs and processes.
  • Identify and explain how and when to use shell features.
  • Describe when and how to access basic network services.

23%

HP-UX System Administration and Operational Tasks

  • Boot, reboot and shutdown an HP-UX system or partition.
  • Connect and configure HP-HP-UX hardware.
  • Describe, configure, and manage HP-UX 11i v3 device files.
  • Configure and manage disks and disk partitions.
  • Maintain file and file system integrity and design.
  • Backup and recover data on an HP-UX system.
  • Create and manage swap space.
  • Configure and use print scheduler.
  • Configure and tune the HP-UX kernel.
  • Describe and use System Management Homepage (SMH).
  • Describe System Startup model and its use.
  • Monitor system activity and events.
  • Create and manage user and group environments.

12%

HP-UX System Network Administration

  • Describe LAN addressing concepts.
  • Describe set_parms and its use
  • Identify and use common network configuration files and network monitoring tools.
  • Describe and configure HP-UX routing.
  • Configure and monitor network services.
  • Describe the ONC suite of network services and their use.
  • Describe and configure NTP.

7%

HP-UX Security Administration

  • Identify “users level” security settings.
  • Describe password creation options and their use.
  • Describe common system security concerns.
  • Describe and configure HP-UX Secure Shell (ssh).

Sample questions

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