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Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration (Advanced Operations)
Solaris Training Overview

The Oracle Solaris 11 (Advanced) System Administration course introduces participants to: virtualization (zones), configuring access to networked directories and file systems (NFS), dynamic system tracing for system analysis (DTrace), core dump analysis, an introduction to the usage of access control lists (ACL) and the implementation of privileges in Solaris 11. In many areas of discussion, emphasis will be placed on writing tools for monitoring and/or access. These tools will include Korn shell scripts, Perl procedures, and C language programs.

Systems: Oracle Solaris 11, SPARC or x86/x64 hardware platforms.

Solaris Training Prerequisites

It is assumed that the participant has successfully completed the Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration course, or has equivalent system time as a user, and is comfortable with basic systems administration functions.

Solaris Training Course duration

This course normally requires four (4) days, approximately 60% lecture, and 40% lab time.


Solaris Training Course Objectives

On completion of this course, a systems administrator should be able to:

  • configure and setup NFS server and client systems
  • create and control virtualization features (zones)
  • configure a basic Automated Installer (AI) server
  • use both file and directory ACLs
  • distinguish between privilege and non-privilege aware programs
  • control privileges at the executable and user process levels
Solaris Training Course outline

Advanced Solaris 11 Installation Setup -part 2
  • Configuring Solaris 11 installation methods
  • text installer
  • Automated Installer (AI)
    • default
    • basic manifest customization
    • installadm service setup
    • multiple boot environments
Virtualization in Solaris 11
  • virtualization types
    • hardware based
    • software based
  • benefits of software virtualization
  • overview of Solaris 11 implementation (zones)
Features of Solaris Zones
  • types (whole root) and templates
  • creation and usage of control daemons
  • networking capabilities
  • operating states
  • the global zone
  • branded zones
Initial Operations on Solaris Zones
  • configuring zones (features)
  • booting zones
  • installing zones (identification and attributes)
  • using the zone virtual console
  • zone shutdown
  • zone deletion
Administrative Operations on Solaris Zones
  • package management
  • patch control, addition, removal
  • Solaris 11 update considerations with active zones
  • renaming, moving, cloning, migrating zones
  • backup and recovery mechanisms
Storage Access in Solaris Zones
  • accessing UFS data
  • sharing zpool/zfs global zone data
  • NFS client/server capabilities
Security Features in Solaris 11
  • File and Directory ACLs
  • Using Role Based Access Control (RBAC)
  • Principle of Least Privilege
  • Assigning privileges to users and programs
  • Using Extended Policy privilege assignment
Advanced Networking Features
  • NFS client and server setup
  • automounter setup and configuration
  • DNS client setup
  • LDAP client setup
  • Introduction to LDAP structure and server
  • Configuring local and remote syslog
  • Configuring link failover via IPMP Link aggregation
Managing the Service Management Facility (SMF)
  • Implement a plan to configure services
  • Generating manifests with svcbundle
  • Configure SMF services
  • Recover a service from a snapshot
  • Troubleshoot SMF services




 
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