UNIX Solaris 10: System Administration
Chapter I System Administration Overview
- Sun Hardware types
- Solaris Operating Environment configurations
- Review of administration functions
Chapter II File System Structure
- File system structure and slicing
- The Solaris directory hierarchy
- Identification of files and file types
- Using symbolic and hard links
Chapter III Disk Storage Management for local disk drives.
- Disk concepts and structure
- Slices (partitions) and Solaris device naming conventions
- Physical disk connection
- Listing and reconfiguring the systems devices
- Slicing and labelling disks with the format utility and the Solaris Management Console (smc)
- Creating a Solaris file system with newfs
- Deciding how to mount the new files system
- updating /etc/vfstab for permanent mounts
- Using fsck to perform file system integrity checks
- Monitoring disk usage and directory sizes
Chapter IV File System Maintenance and Security
- The mount command
- Mount options
- The cachefs and LOFS file systems
- Handling CD and floppy disks
- Making room on the file system
- File system security
- SMC file system functions
- Utilities for file system monitoring
Chapter V System Build (Installing Solaris)
- Planning disk layout
- Booting from CD, DVD or network to build
- Building Solaris from scratch; selecting software options, disk slicing, etc.
- Post-installation procedures
- Overview of automatic installation
- Upgrading from
a previous Solaris release
Chapter VI Patch Administration
- Obtaining and installing the latest patches, including clusters and individual patches
- Examining the current patch level of a machine
- Removing patches
Chapter VII Software Configuration and Package Administration
- How to set up and customise a variety of tools, including shells, Common Desktop Environment, manual pages and AnswerBook
- Examining, Installing and removing software packages using command line utilities, including Solaris distribution options
- Using the Webstart installer mechanism to install software
- Using the Solaris Product Registry (prodreg)
Chapter VIII Boot PROM
- Monitor prompt commands (boot, probe-scsi, probe-ide, test-net, devalias etc.)
- Identifying system settings such as the default boot device
- Using the eeprom command to view and change settings
- Troubleshooting boot failure
Chapter IX Start-up and Shutdown
- In-depth explanation of the new Service Management Facility (SMF)
- Using SMF utilities to monitor and control boot processes
- Adding your own scripts at system boot
- Understanding and changing run levels
- Shutting down, suspending and powering off the system
- Power management
- Additional information for previous Solaris versions
Chapter X Adding and Maintaining Users
- Ownership of files, directories and processes
- Classes of user
- Adding a user manually, via command line tools and graphically
- User initialization file management
- Password control
- Real and effective id
- Using SMC for user management
- Introduction to Role Based Access Control (RBAC) facilities
Chapter XI Solaris Groups
- The group file
- Group identification of files and directories
- The newgrp, groups and chgrp commands
- Complete example of creating and using a group
- Using SMC with groups
Chapter XII System Security
- Monitoring access to the system
- Using the su (Switch User) command, and monitoring its use
- Restricting file and directory access using protection mechanisms, including access modes, s and t bits, umask, chown and chmod
- Introduction to Access Control Lists (ACLs)
Chapter XIII Adding a Printer
- Printer types and connection methods, including network printers
- Software modifications
- Spooling system commands
- Administrator control commands
- Remote printer facilities
- Printer classes
- Using the Solaris GUIs for printer management
- Specifying both system and user default printer destinations
Chapter XIV System Processes
- Examining and controlling processes using ps, kill, and the Process Manager
- Automating commands with crontab and at, for one-off and regular command execution
Chapter XV Back-Up and Restore Utilities, including snapshots
- Overview and Preparation
- Tape types and capacities
- Sample ufsdump commands
- Backup strategies
- Taking a complete backup with ufsdump Summary of ufsdump command options
- Using fssnap to snapshot the file system and take a clean backup
- Restoring individual files and directories
- Restoring an entire system
- Considerations for disaster recovery
- The tar, cpio and mt utilities
- Backups versus archives
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Hello, can you please inform me on the next schedule run of this course? i would like to enroll for the upcoming session but i am not available on June 19. So, i am planning on attending the next schedule. Thank you.
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sorry, it is sunday. pls. txt me if we will proceed on the orig schedule.
hello, this is aloha, are we able to start the training on Saturday?
@ leonardo Nogas
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Can you offer the training on UNIX Fundamentals?
Hi Anu ang pre-requisites ng training na to?
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Hi question po, Iam interested to attend sa mga training. Just got a problem.. panu po ba ing payments? Pwede po ba on site ung bayad? I mean dun mismo sa office nyu po mag babayad?
Can I enroll, even the expected reserve count not yet met?
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