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1.1 Topology overview
1.2 Topology components
1.2.1 On demand routers
1.2.2 IBM HTTP Server or other supported Web server
1.2.3 Cells
1.2.4 Dynamic clusters
1.2.5 Core groups
1.3 Simple test topology
1.3.1 Topology overview
1.3.2 Configuring a simple test topology
1.4 Standalone topology
1.4.1 Topology overview
1.4.2 Configuring a standalone topology
1.5 Large single cell topology
1.5.1 Topology overview
1.5.2 Configuring a large single cell topology
Create and configure a new core group with coregroupssplit.py
1.6 Isolated cells topology
1.6.1 Topology overview
1.6.2 Configuring an isolated cells topology
1.7 Silo cell topology
1.7.1 Topology overview
1.7.2 Configuring a Silo cell topology
1.8.3 Configuring an unlinked cell topology
1.9 Virtualization
Chapter 2. Service policies
2.1 How are service policies used?
2.1.1 Work classes
2.1.2 Transaction classes
2.2 Leading practices
2.2.1 Approach to defining service policies
2.2.2 Defining service policy performance goals
2.2.3 Defining work classes
2.2.4 Defining transaction classes
2.2.5 Defining maximum CPU usage when using vertical stacking
2.3 Creating service policies
2.4 Associating service policies with an application
2.5 References
Chapter 3. Health management
3.1 Using the health management subsystem
3.2 Health policies
3.2.1 Defining a health policy
3.2.2 Using Custom health policies
3.2.3 Leading practices
3.2.4 Reaction mode
3.2.5 Actions
3.3 Monitoring health management tasks
3.4 Health controller
3.4.1 Custom actions
3.5 ITCAM and Virtual Enterprise
4.1 Collecting chargeback metrics
4.2 Leading practices
Chapter 5. Product maintenance
5.1 Approach to maintenance
5.2 Installing maintenance
5.2.1 Finding and downloading fixes and fix packs
5.2.2 Installing the Update Installer
5.2.3 Applying the maintenance using the Update Installer
5.3 Using the Centralized Installation Manager
5.3.1 Installing products
5.3.2 Installing a middleware agent
5.3.3 Installing refresh packs, fix packs, maintenance tools, or Interim fixes
5.4 Using maintenance mode
5.4.1 Putting a node into maintenance mode
5.4.2 Future reference
5.5 Verifying the product maintenance level
5.5.1 Update Installer wizard
5.5.2 Centralized Installation Manager wizard
5.5.3 The updatelog.txt file
5.5.5 Administrative console
5.5.6 The SystemOut.log file
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