System Administration with Solaris 10 Operating System, Part2

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In Chennai

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  • Chennai
  • 44 hours of class
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Chennai
Chateau D' Ampa Ground Floor, 37, Nelson Manickam Road, 600029, Tamil Nadu, India
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Course programme

* Course Outline

Unit 1 - Introducing the Solaris(TM) 10 OS Directory Hierarchy
o Explain / (root) subdirectories
o Explain file components
o Explain file types
o Use hard links
* Unit 2 - Managing Local Disk Devices
o Explain the basic architecture of a disk
o Explain the naming conventions for devices
o List devices
o Reconfigure devices
o Execute hard disk partitioning
o administer disk labels
o Explain the Solaris Management Console
o Partition a disk by using the Solaris Management Console

* Unit 3 - Managing Solaris OS ufs File Systems
o Explain Solaris OS file systems
o Create a new ufs file system
o Check the file system using the fsck command
o Resolve file system inconsistency
o Monitor file system use

* Unit 4 - Executeing Mounts and Unmounts
o Trace mounting basics
o Execute mounts
o Execute unmounts
o Access a mounted diskette or CD-ROM
o Restrict access to a mounted diskette or CD-ROM
o Access a diskette or CD-ROM without Volume Management (vold)

* Unit 5 -Configureation Requirements for the Solaris 10 OS
o Trace fundamentals of DVD Configureation
o Solaris 10 OS Configureation and upgrade options
o Hardware requirements for Solaris OS Configureation

* Unit 6 -Executeing Solaris 10 OS Package Administration
o Explain the fundamentals of package administration
o Administer packages using the command-line interface

* Unit 7 -Managing Software Patches on the Solaris 10 OS
o Explain the fundamentals of patch administration
o Configure in addition to eliminate patches and patch clusters

* Unit 8 - Using Boot PROM Commands
o Trace boot programmable read-only memory (PROM) fundamentals
o Use basic boot PROM commands
o Trace the system's boot device
o Create and remove custom device aliases
o View and change nonvolatile random access memory (NVRAM) parameters from the shell
o Interrupt an insensitive system

* Unit 9 - Using the GRand Unified Bootloader (GRUB)
o Introduction to GRUB
o Influencing boot manners with GRUB

* Unit 10 - Executeing Boot and Shutdown Procedures
o Explain the features of the Service Management Facility
o Trace run level fundamentals
o Compare run levels and SMF milestones
o Trace the phases of the boot process
o Use SMF administrative commands
o Control boot processes
o Execute system shutdown procedures

* Unit 11 - Executeing User Administration
o Explain user administration fundamentals
o Manage user accounts
o Manage initialization files

* Unit 12 - Introducing System Security
o Monitor system access
o Switch users on a system
o Control system access
o Restrict access to data in files

* Unit 13 - Configuring and Using Printer Services
o Trace network printing fundamentals
o Configure printer services
o Administer printer services
o Start and stop the line printer (LP) print service
o Specify a destination printer
o Use the LP print service

* Unit 14 - Controlling System Processes
o View system processes
o Kill frozen processes
o Schedule an automatic one-time execution of a command
o Schedule an automatic recurring execution of a command

* Unit 15 - Executeing File System Backups
o Trace the fundamentals of backups
o Back up an unmounted file system

* Unit 16 - Executeing File System Restores
o Restore ufs file systems
o Explain disaster recovery fundamentals

* Unit 17 - Backing Up a Mounted File System With a UFS Snapshot
o Create a UFS snapshot
o Back up the snapshot file


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