I’m quite surprised to receive this email,
Sent: Tuesday, March 25, 2008 2:01 PM
To: [somebody]; [somebody]; Jamaluddin, Mohd Irwan
Cc: [somebody]; [somebody]
Subject: COURSE CONFIRMATION : H3064S HP-UX SYSTEM AND NETWORK ADMINISTRATION 1
Dear Sir / Madam
COURSE CONFIRMATION : H3064S HP-UX SYSTEM AND NETWORK ADMINISTRATION 1
We are pleased to inform you that the following is confirmed for the above course
Please find a copy of the course datasheet and to ensure that all participants has met the course pre-requisite, this is to ensure the success of the class delivery.
<< File: h3064sc.doc >>
Participant Name: [somebody]
MOHD IRWAN JAMALUDDIN
Company Name : HEWLETT PACKARD (M) SDN BHD
Course Date : 31.03.2008 to 04.04.2008
Venue : HP Education Center (Please refer to address below)
Time : 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The training will be conducted at Hewlett-Packard (M) Sdn Bhd, No. 12, Jalan Gelenggang, Bukit Damansara, 50490 Kuala Lumpur.
Customer cancellations or re-scheduling made within 5 HP working days prior to class commencement will be subjected to the full course fee.
Replacement of participants must be made minimum ONE WEEK with written notices before commencement date.
Advanced payments must be made minimum ONE WEEK before commencement date for non-HP credit accounts.
Hewlett-Packard reserves the right to cancel the course due to unforeseen circumstances
**Please note below is only applicable in HP Towers, KL only :
**Pls collect the access card from the Mail and Receiving Department (opposite education centre) on the first day of training.
**Lunch and 2 tea breaks are provided daily.
Business Operation Administrator
HP Education Services
Tel: 603-2332 [some_number]
Fax: 603-2094 [some_number]
Yes, I was chosen to attend the HP-UX System & Network Administration I training on next week. Alhamdulillah :) I must say I’m very excited after reading that news since I don’t expect to get this oppurtunity so early. This course is one of the essential path to be HP-UX CSA.
So, I hope I can learn more about HP-UX as well as become competent in managing it. I have to confess that I don’t like HP-UX very much at present. First, it is due to the fact that it’s bdf/df command only use Kilobytes instead of Megabytes/Gigabytes like what GNU/Linux and latest Solaris have. Second, I need to use ksh instead of bash; as a regular GNU/Linux user, I accustomed to using bash. Nonetheless, as what I agree with Haris, the best thing about HP-UX is because of SAM and STM. Yes, both tools have made SysAdmin’s life easier.