System Administration for the Oracle Solaris 10 OS Part 1 Training

System Administration for the Oracle Solaris 10 OS Part 1 Training (SA-200-S10)

Introduction:

System Administration for the Oracle Solaris 10 OS Part 1 Training Course Description

This System Administration for the Oracle Solaris 10 OS Part 1 Training course helps you gain expertise in the basic system administration concepts of Oracle Solaris 10. Expert Oracle University instructors will help you become further engaged with the most efficient, secure and reliable operating system.

You can use this System Administration for the Oracle Solaris 10 OS Part 1 Training course as a stepping stone to learn advanced technologies taught in System administration for the Oracle Solaris 10 OS Part 2 course.

Learn To:

● Perform basic system installation and configuration on Oracle Solaris 10 1/13 OS.
● Maintain and operate Oracle Solaris 10 1/13.
● Effectively administer file systems, users, services, processes, packages and network interfaces.
● Manage local disk devices.
● Perform mounts and unmounts.
● Describe interface configurations.

Customize It:

With onsite Training, courses can be scheduled on a date that is convenient for you, and because they can be scheduled at your location, you don’t incur travel costs and students won’t be away from home. Onsite classes can also be tailored to meet your needs. You might shorten a 5-day class into a 3-day class, or combine portions of several related courses into a single course, or have the instructor vary the emphasis of topics depending on your staff’s and site’s requirements.

Audience/Target Group

● System Administrator

System Administration for the Oracle Solaris 10 OS Part 1 TrainingRelated Courses:

Duration: 5 days

Class Prerequisites:

To succeed in this course, you should be able to create procedural application programs.

Skills Gained:

● Administer packages
● Control and monitor network interfaces
● Control system processes
● Install software
● Manage disk labels and system devices
● Manage file systems
● Obtain and use patches
● Perform mounts and unmounts
● Perform system boot procedures
● Perform user administration
● Use SMF administrative commands

Course Content:


Introducing the Solaris 10 OS Directory Hierarchy

Introducing File Systems
Introducing File Components
Identifying File Types
Using Hard Links

Managing Local Disk Devices

Basic architecture of a disk
Oracle Solaris OS Naming Conventions for Devices
Listing System Devices
Reconfiguring Devices
Partitioning a Hard Disk
Extended Volume Table of Contents

Managing UFS File Systems

Oracle Solaris OS File Systems
Creating a New UFS File System
Checking the File System Using the fsck Command
Resolving File System Inconsistencies
Monitoring File System Use

Performing Mounts and Unmounts

Working With Mounting Basics
Performing Mounts
Managing ZFS Mount Points
Performing Unmounts
Accessing Mounted Diskettes, CD-ROMs, or DVDs
Restricting Access to Mounted Diskettes, CD-ROMs, or DVDs
Accessing a Diskette, CD-ROM, or DVD Without VMS

ZFS File System Introduction

Describing the Oracle Solaris ZFS file system
Defining ZFS Terminology
Creating new ZFS pools and file systems
Destroying ZFS pools and file systems
Modifying ZFS file system properties
Working with ZFS snapshots and clones

Describing Interface Configurations

Controlling and Monitoring Network Interfaces
Configuring IPv4 Interface Files

Performing Oracle Solaris 10 OS Package Administration

Introducing the Fundamentals of Package Administration
Administering Packages From the Command Line

Managing Software Patches on the Oracle Solaris 10 OS

Patch Administration Preparation
Installing and Removing Patches
Using the smpatch Command
Configuring the Patch Management Environment

Using Boot PROM Commands

Introducing Boot PROM Fundamentals
Using Basic Boot PROM Commands
Identifying the System Boot Device
Creating and Removing Custom Device Aliases
Viewing and Changing NVRAM Parameters From the OS
Interrupting an Unresponsive System

Using the Grand Unified Bootloader

Introduction to GRUB
Modifying x86 System Boot Behavior in the Oracle Solaris OS
The findroot Command for x86
Managing GRUB Boot Archives
Booting a System in the GRUB-Based Boot Environment
Interrupting an Unresponsive System

Performing Legacy Boot and Shutdown Procedures

Solaris SPARC Boot Design Overview
Legacy Boot and Shutdown
Identifying Boot Process Phases
Legacy Run Level Fundamentals
Controlling Legacy Boot Processes
Performing System Shutdown Procedures

Service Management Facility (SMF)

Introduction to SMF
Secure By Default

Performing User Administration

Introducing User Administration
Setting Password Aging on a User Account
Managing User Accounts
Managing Initialization Files

Controlling System Processes

Viewing System Processes
Killing Frozen Processes
Scheduling an Automatic One-Time Execution of a Command
Scheduling an Automatic Recurring Execution of a Command

Oracle Solaris 10 Operating System Installation Requirements

Identifying the Hardware Requirements for Oracle Solaris 10 OS Installation
Identifying the Fundamentals of Oracle Solaris 10 OS Installations
Identifying the Oracle Solaris 10 OS Software Components
Defining Guidelines for Installing Oracle Solaris 10 OS from a DVD
Secure by Default Installation Enhancement

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