IBM Certified Operator - AIX 6.1 Basic Operations
Job Role Description / Target Audience
Note: This certification will be withdrawn on 12/31/2013. The most current certification is: IBM Certified Associate System Administrator - AIX 7
The IBM Certified Operator - Basic AIX 6.1 Operations has least 6 months of experience in a variety of tasks, and can involve the System Administrator when appropriate. The Operator is not expected to manage LUNs or hdisks, install AIX, configure the system, or diagnose and solve systems problems.
Recommended Prerequisite Skills
The IBM Certified Operator - Basic AIX 6.1 Operations has the ability to perform without, or with minimal, supervision in the following areas: managing AIX files and file systems, monitoring system jobs and process, viewing and monitoring scheduled jobs, creating and editing user and group accounts, using 'cron' and 'at' functions and performing basic editor tasks. This person has a good understanding of AIX processes and commands, is proficient in using smit, is familiar with the boot process, understands the boot and login processes, and is able to modify login profiles.
This certification requires 1 test(s).
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C4040-103 - AIX 6.1 Basic Operations
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