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Solaris Training in Bangalore

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  • Date Posted

    January 30, 2017

Solaris Training in Bangalore

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Solaris Training Syllabus:

Solaris 10 System Administration – Part I

INTRODUCTION

  • Introduction to UNIX
  • What is Kernel – Shell – File System – Client/Server
  • Hardware Requirements – Sparc vs Intel
  • Basic Unix commands

BOOT PROCEDURES

  • Openboot interface
  • Openboot parameters
  • Device names and aliases
  • Boot Options
  • Booting with GRUB

STARTUP AND SHUTDOWN PROCEDURES

  • Boot Phases
  • init
  • System run levels
  • inittab file
  • Run control scripts
  • Adding a run control script
  • Disabling a run control script
  • The shutdown command
  • The init command
  • The halt/poweroff commands
  • The reboot command
  • The stop-a command

SERVICE MANAGEMENT FACILITY

  • Basic Features
  • The SMF Environment
  • SMF and Booting
  • SMF Environmental Structures
  • Service States
  • Managing Services
  • Listing Services with svcs and inetadm
  • Managing the State of a Service with svcadm
  • Configuring a Service with svccfg
  • Managing the State of inetd Network Services with inetadm

INSTALLING THE SOLARIS OPERATING SYSTEM

  • Installation requirements
  • Partitions and multiple disks
  • Packages, Clusters and Groups
  • Configuration cluster
  • Definition of Installation methods
  • Interactive Installation Process

SOFTWARE PACKAGE ADMINISTRATION

  • Documentation Packages
  • Configuration clusters
  • Displaying current software package information
  • Checking the installation of a package
  • Adding software packages
  • Removing software packages
  • Package logfiles & Troubleshooting tips

MANAGING PROCESSES

  • Introduction to Process Management
  • The ps command
  • The prstat command
  • The kill command
  • Using the cron processes
  • Creating crontab entries
  • Crontab command options
  • The at command

MAINTENANCE OF PATCHES

  • Maintenance of patches and patch clusters
  • Verification of currently installed patches
  • Installing a patch on the system
  • Removing a patch from the system
  • Patch logfiles

DISK MANAGEMENT

  • Displaying disk information
  • Partitions/Slices
  • Naming conventions
  • Physical device names
  • Instance name
  • Logical device names
  • Block and character devices
  • Configuring new disk devices
  • Partitioning the disk with the format command and Solaris
  • Management Console
  • Making a new partition

FILE SYSTEM MANAGEMENT

  • Disk based file systems
  • Main root sub-directories
  • Pseudo file systems
  • Components of a ufs file system
  • Boot block
  • Superblocks
  • Inodes
  • Data disk blocks
  • Ulimit parameter
  • File types
  • Symbolic and Hard links
  • Creating file systems
  • The newfs command
  • The mount command
  • The umount command
  • The vfstab file
  • The mnttab file
  • Filesystem checking
  • Determining if a file system needs checking
  • Running fsck manually
  • The lost+found directories
  • Automounting CDs and floppies (Volume Management)
  • Checking free disk space
  • The df command
  • The quot command
  • The du command
  • Freeing disk space
  • Freeing up disk space with compression utilities
  • Rotating files with logadm

ZFS

  • ZFS – A Basic Description
  • Main Features
  • ZFS Tools
  • Managing ZFS Pools with zpool
  • Pool Configuration Features
  • Creating and Deleting (‘Destroying Pools’)
  • Managing File Systems with ZFS
  • Creating and Destroying a File System

FILE SECURITY AND ACLS

  • ACLs (Access Control Lists)
  • The setfacl command
  • The getfacl command
  • The ACL mask

USER MANAGEMENT

  • User accounts
  • Files used in creating a user – the passwd, group and shadow files
  • Adding a user
  • Changing user details
  • Deleting a user
  • User group maintenance
  • Password administration
  • Local Login control
  • Remote Login control
  • Login logs
  • The wall command
  • The message of the day
  • Controlling the amount of disk space accessible to users using quotas

BACKUP AND RECOVERY

  • Backup overview
  • Backup and restore utilities overview
  • Tape device names
  • The mt utility – retentsion, rewind, space forward or backward and status
  • The ufsdump and ufsrestore utilities
  • ufs snapshots

MANAGING THE PRINT ENVIRONMENT

  • The print service
  • Print service files
  • Printer configuration with lpadmin
  • Line printer commands – lpshut, lpsched, accept, reject, enable, disable, lpmove lpusers, lpstat, lp, cancel

Solaris 10 System Administration – Part II

NAMING SERVICES

  • DNS Server and Client Setup
  • NIS Servers and Clients
  • Setting up NIS Servers and Clients
  • NIS+ Overview
  • LDAP Overview and Setting up an LDAP Client
  • The Name Service Switch Configuration Files
  • Name Service Cache Daemon

NFS/CACHE FS

  • Network File System (NFS)
  • NFS Server
  • NFS Client
  • /etc/dfs/dfstab File
  • NFS Client Configuration
  • Troubleshooting NFS
  • Cache File System (Cachefs)
  • Creating a Cache File System
  • Adding/Removing Cache File System
  • NFS Logging – user access

AUTOMOUNT

  • Automount Maps
  • Registering Changes for Automount
  • automount -v

SOLARIS VOLUME MANAGER (SVM)

  • RAID
  • Volume Management Operations
  • metadevices
  • State Database Replicas
  • SVM Commands and Files
  • Creating State Database Replicas
  • Creating a Disk Concatenation
  • Creating a Concatenation of two disk slices
  • Creating and Managing Mirrors
  • Creating File Systems on Volumes
  • Deleting a Metadevice
  • Dynamically Growing Existing File Systems

MANAGING SWAP SPACE

  • Configuring Swap Space
  • Adding a Swap File on an Existing File System
  • Disabling Swap Space

JUMPSTART

  • Automatic Installation
  • Principles of JumpStart
  • Server Setup for JumpStart
  • Configuring NIS to Support JumpStart
  • Configuring Non NIS Server for JumpStart
  • Rules File
  • Class File
  • Check Utility
  • Setting up DHCP for Intel clients
  • Jumpstart troubleshooting

LIVE UPGRADE OVERVIEW

  • Live Upgrade description
  • Basic procedures
  • lucreate and luupdate commands
  • lucativate an lustatus commands
  • Live Upgrade Example

DUMP FILE CONFIGURATION

  • Dump File Definition
  • System Crash Dumps
  • Core Dump Configuration

SYSLOG

  • syslog Configuration
  • The M4 Utility
  • Editing the syslog.conf File
  • Logging Telnet, FTP and other Networking Daemon
  • Testing syslogd Logging

ROLE-BASED ACCESS CONTROL (RBAC)

  • Traditional Unix Security vs RBAC
  • The RBAC Security Model
  • Configuring RBAC Examples

ZONES

  • Zone Configuration Settings and Characteristics
  • Creating Zones
  • Managing the Zone State
  • Zone System Processes
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