System Administration for the Oracle Solaris 10 OS Part 2 Training

System Administration for the Oracle Solaris 10 OS Part 2 Training (SA-202-S10)


System Administration for the Oracle Solaris 10 OS Part 2 Training Course by ENO

This System Administration for the Oracle Solaris 10 OS Part 2 Training course helps you gain expertise in the advanced system administration concepts of Oracle Solaris 10. You'll get hands-on experience working with more complex and integrated administration concepts, while building upon the System Administration for the Oracle Solaris 10 Part 1 course.

Learn To:

● Work with swap, NFS, RAID, RBAC.
● Configure DNS and LDAP clients.
● Configure zones.
● Execute JumpStart server routines.
● Perform live upgrade.
● Perform expert-level system administration, operation and maintenance.

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 2 Training (SA-202-S10)Related Courses:

Duration: 5 days

Class Prerequisites:

● Manage files and directories
● Perform user and security administration
● Control the user work environment
● Manage file systems
● Archive files
● Install software
● Use remote commands
● Perform system boot procedures

Skills Gained:

● Manage swap configurations
● Manage core dumps
● Configure NFS and AutoFS
● Describe RAID
● Work with ZFS
● Control access and configure system messaging
● Configure role-based access control (RBAC)
● Set up name services
● Work with Zones
● Describe LDAP
● Perform Live Upgrade and Jumpstart installation

Course Content:

Managing Swap Space, Core Files and Crash Dumps

Configuring swap space
Managing crash dump behavior
Managing core file behavior

Configuring NFS

Benefits of NFS
Fundamentals of the NFS distributed file system
Managing an NFS server
Managing an NFS client
Enabling the NFS server logging
Troubleshooting NFS errors

Configuring AutoFS

AutoFS file system fundamentals
Automount maps

Describing RAID

Describing RAID concepts

Configuring Solaris Volume Manager Software

Solaris Volume Manager software concepts
Building a RAID-0 (concatenated) volume
Building a RAID-1 (mirror) volume for the root (/) file system

Configuring Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)

RBAC fundamentals
Component interaction within RBAC
Managing RBAC

Configuring System Messaging

Fundamentals of the syslog function
Configuring the /etc/syslog.conf file
Configuring syslog messaging
Using Solaris Management Console log viewer

Using Name Services

Name services concept
Name service switch file /etc/nsswitch.conf
Describing name service cache daemon (nscd)
Getting name service information

Configuring Name Service Clients

Configuring a DNS client
Configuring an LDAP client

Introduction to Zones

Identifying Zone Features
Describing how and why zone partitioning is used
Configuring zones
Installing, booting, moving, migrating, and deleting zones
Administering packages with zones
lx Branded Zones

Introduction to LDAP

LDAP as a naming service
Basic LDAP concepts and terminology
Directory Server Enterprise Edition requirements
Solaris LDAP Client requirements

Configuring JumpStart Installation Using the Oracle Solaris 10

Describing JumpStart configurations
Implementing a basic JumpStart server for SPARC® and x86/x64 clients
Describing booting x86/x64 systems using the Preboot Execution Environment (PXE)
DHCP server setup to support x86/x64 JumpStart clients
JumpStart software configuration alternatives setup
JumpStart to create a ZFS mirrored root pool
Troubleshooting JumpStart configurations

Performing Live Upgrade Using the Oracle Solaris 10 Operating System

Benefits of using Live Upgrade
Solaris Live Upgrade process
Solaris Live Upgrade requirements
Solaris Live Upgrade commands
Creating an alternate boot environment cloned from a running system
Creating differential flash archive in a Live Upgrade boot environment
Modifying the state of the new boot environment
Use Live Upgrade to patch a system

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