[문서] Inside OS/2 Warp Server, Volume 2, System Management, Backup/Reco…

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This redbook, a companion to Inside OS/2 Warp Server, Volume 1, SG24-4602,

provides information about the Systems Management, Software Distribution,

Backup and Recovery, and Advanced Print Services components of IBM OS/2

Warp Server. It is the result of a residency project conducted at the IBM ITSO,

Austin Center.

Systems Management is a vast and complex topic. We discuss many systems

management issues and how the SystemView product within OS/2 Warp Server

can address many of the issues and problems that arise in a computerized

environment. We describe how the administrator can monitor important files for

unauthorized changes, query systems remotely for hardware and software

inventory information, view and control desktops remotely, and process alerts

from systems that require attention. All this can be done from the

administrator's desktop, quickly solving problems and saving money.

Electronic Software Distribution is an excellent mechanism for companies, large

and small, to cut unnecessary costs while maintaining a productive desktop

environment for employees. This redbook describes software distribution

considerations and how SystemView Software Distribution within OS/2 Warp

Server can address your desktop software maintenance problems. We also

provide recommendations on selecting the best products and functions for your

distribution needs.

Printing can often be a frustrating task for both the end user and the

administrator. We explore Advanced Print Services functions, such as remote

management of network printers and converting print streams, to enable the use

of a much wider variety of printers, such as host printers.

Backing up critical files and being able to restore them quickly is a requirement

in virtually all environments. We investigate the functions of OS/2 Warp Server

Backup/Restore to effectively manage the server environment and describe

some unique capabilities, such as the intuitive user interface and the ability to

use client/server-based resources for backup and restore.

Many customers run multiple protocols, such as NetBIOS, IPX, TCP/IP, and SNA.

Having applications communicate seamlessly across these protocols can be a

daunting task. We describe how the AnyNet component of the IBM

Communications Server can be used to expand OS/2 Warp Server's reach into

the WAN environment, embracing virtually any communications protocol need.

Some customers have a need for very large processing capacity on the Intel

hardware platform. We briefly discuss the OS/2 Warp Server SMP product and

the improvements and changes from OS/2 Warp Server. With this information,

the administrator can decide how and when to migrate to this enterprise-ready

environment.

Knowledge of IBM OS/2 Warp and IBM OS/2 LAN Server 3.0 or 4.0, and an

understanding of TCP/IP are assumed.

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