Solaris 10 Administration: Part I

PT6117
Summary
By the end of this course attendees will be able to install and manage a Solaris 10 workstation. The student will be able to explain and modify the boot and initialization process; understand storage architectures; build the logical file system; manage removable media; know how to set up and maintain a backup policy; how to recover from a disaster; know how to manage users and groups; increase security thru PAM, RBAC, ACLs, sudo, and security checking software; manage all log files; and how to customize GUIs for users. The emphasis is on the new management methods released in Solaris 10. Work is done thru the command line and thru Solaris GUIs.
Prerequisites
To be successful in this course student should have a working knowing of the UNIX command line interface.
Duration
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
Students who administer a Solaris 10 workstation or server, this course provides absolutely mandatory information on how to manage Solaris. If you are a help desk engineer, this course provides you the background necessary to solve your clients Solaris problems. If you are installing or upgrading Solaris, this course will give you the information needed to ensure a successful installation.
Topics
  • Boot and Shutdown
  • Managing Services
  • zfs File System
  • Removable File Systems
  • File System Security
  • Backup and Recovery
  • Software Management
  • Managing Users and Groups
  • RBAC and Auditing
  • Processes, Logging
  • Client Side Networking
  • Containers Projects and Extended Accounting
  • Containers Resource Management and Scheduling
  • Containers Zones

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