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Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration

Course code: OS0011

5 days £1,800.00
+ VAT

Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration hands on training, key fundamentals for those who are new to Solaris 11 Systems.

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Who Should Attend?

System Administrators

Those attendeding Oracle Solaris 11 Systems Administration certification (exam 1Z0-821)

Prerequisites

Knowledge of Solaris
Previous administration experience is helpful. 

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COURSE DATES
23 Oct 2017 London Delegates:    £1,800.00

Course Contents

Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration course is a five day course providing hands on practical training for delegates wanting to learn the core skills and those working towards Oracle Solaris 11 Systems Administration certification (exam 1Z0-821).

Our Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration course uses version Solaris 11 (SunOS 5.11) and is run using SPARC systems.

Oracle Solaris 11 Systems Administration Course Contents 

Installation

  • Preparation for the Installation.
  • Performing and Installation interactively.
  • Post-install verification.
  • Using Interactive Installer

Managing Software, and Updating Solaris 11 Using IPS

  • Repositories.
  • Package searching and listing facilities.
  • Installing packages and package groups.
  • Verifying the installation of packages
  • Uninstalling packages.
  • Package Manager GUI.

System Startup and shutdown, and managing system services with SMF

  • Managing and monitoring 
  • Integrating new services with an XML manifest and control script.
  • System boot procedures, including boot troubleshooting.
  • Shutdown procedures.

Configuration of ZFS Storage Pools

  • Creating a ZFS Storage Pool from raw disk devices.
  • Includes linear, raid 1 mirrors and raid Z devices.
  • Adding capacity to a pool, and replacing faulty components; how to use hot spares.
  • Displaying Pool status, and managing pool properties.
  • Pool performance.
  • Destroying a pool.

ZFS Datasets (File Systems)

  • Creating and destroying datasets.
  • Displaying and changing 
  • Displaying dataset status and information.
  • Mounting and datasets.

Using ZFS Snapshots and Clones

  • Taking a snapshot of a dataset, including recursive snapshots.
  • Renaming snapshots, including recursively.
  • Destroy a snapshot, including recursive snapshots; roll back to a snapshot.
  • Displaying snapshot information, such as space usage.
  • Creating a clone (a writeable fork of a snapshot); promoting a clone.
  • Destroying a clone.

Configuring and Managing Zones

  • Define the configuration and verify.
  • Install 
  • Access 
  • Zone control
  • Displaying and interpreting zone configurations.
  • Monitoring zones.
  • Zone resource controls.

Configuring a Physical Network devices.

  • Display datalinks with dladm.
  • Network profiles (dynamic and static).
  • Overview of NWAM (NetWork Auto Magic).
  • Configuring a network interface with ipadm.
  • Managing a network interface.
  • IPMP overview.
  • Validate network functionality.

User Account management

  • User and group concepts.
  • Adding and removing users and groups.
  • Managing users and groups.
  • Password management, including aging.
  • Configuring the user environment (shell profiles)
  • Implementing disk quotas under ZFS datasets (Both ZFS and User quotas are available)

Managing Access to the system and directory structure

  • Login and password security fundamentals.
  • Replacing the Password encryption processes.
  • Testing and verifying secure access controls.

Controlling Access to Files and directories

  • Protecting Files with Basic Permissions using chmod and chown.
  • Identifying  and guarding against commands with a potential security risk.
  • Using simple ACL's (Access Control Lists).

Remote access using Secure Shell

  • Secure shell commands (ssh, scp and sftp)
  • The sshd daemon; configure, enable and disable.
  • Configuring the client side.

Control and Manage System Processes

  • Display system processes with ps and top, etc.
  • Manage system processes.
  • Kill a process.

Managing the crontab system

  • Create modify crontab jobs for repetitive tasks.
  • Restricting access to crontab
  • Using at for one-off jobs.

System Logs, Kernel Crash and Process Core Dump Files

  • System log processes and management.
  • Managing kernel crash dumps.
  • Managing process core dumps.

Troubleshooting

  • Troubleshooting scenarios, hints and tips, etc. are an inherent part of the course.
  • Typical scenarios include boot problems, permissions issues, user mis-configuration, software update problems, network connectivity, and many others.
  • These issues are not tackled separately, but as part of the main course content, and in the context of real practical examples.

 

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