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UNIX Administration II
Unix Training Overview

This five-day course focuses on providing students the skills and knowledge to perform advanced UNIX administration tasks.

Unix Training Audience

UNIX users and/or administrators interested in gaining a comprehensive understanding of the administrative aspects of the UNIX operating system.

Unix Training Prerequisites

Completion of Introduction to UNIX and UNIX Administration I or equivalent experience.

Unix Training Course duration

5 Days

Unix Training Course outline

Networking Essentials

  • MAC Addresses
  • The ifconfig Command
  • Network Packets
  • Network Configuration at Boot Time
  • Reconfiguring Network Information
  • Additional Resources
  • The Client-Server Model
  • Client Processes
  • Server Processes
  • The inetd Daemon
  • Network Ports
  • RPC Services
  • Additional Resources
  • Using the Solaris Management Console
  • The Solaris Management Console Server
  • The Toolbox Editor
  • Add a URL
  • Add a Tool
  • Verify Toolboxes
  • Additional Resources
  • Swap Space Administration
  • Virtual Memory
  • Swap Space
  • Viewing Swap Space
  • Adding a Temporary Swap File
  • Removing a Temporary Swap File
  • Adding a Permanent Swap File
  • Adding a Swap Partition
  • Additional Resources
  • Administering Dump Files
  • Crash Dumps
  • Dump Configuration
  • Core Files
  • Core File Configuration
  • Additional Resources
  • NFS
  • What is NFS?
  • NFS Benefits
  • NFS Daemons
  • Starting Server Daemons
  • Setting up a NFS Server
  • Setting up a NFS Client
  • Common NFS Errors
  • NFS Logging
  • Using Solaris Management Console to Administer NFS
  • Additional Resources
  • AutoFS
  • AutoFS Essentials
  • Automount Mapps
  • The Master Map
  • Indirect Maps
  • Direct Maps
  • Special Maps
  • Controlling the automountd Daemon
  • The automount Command
  • Additional Resources
  • RAID
  • RAID Basics
  • Hardware and Software RAIDs
  • RAID Levels
  • RAID Tips
  • Additional Resources
  • Volume Management
  • Logical Volumes
  • The State Database
  • Creating a State Database
  • Creating a Level 0 RAID
  • Creating a Level 1RAID
  • Viewing Logical Device Information
  • Making the root Partition a RAID Device
  • Additional Resources
  • Access Control Lists
  • Access Control Lists Essentials
  • Displaying ACLs
  • Setting ACLs
  • Modifying ACLs
  • The mask Setting
  • Removing ACLs
  • Copy an ACL from One File to Another
  • Default ACLs
  • ACLs and the File Manager
  • Additional Resources
  • RBAC
  • RBAC Essentials
  • Profile Shells
  • RBAC Databases
  • Using SMC to Manage RBAC
  • Administrating RBAC via the Command Line
  • Additional Resources
  • Smartcard Authentication
  • Smartcard Essentials
  • OCF Server
  • SmartCard Console
  • The smartcard Command
  • Additional Resources
  • System Logs
  • System Log Essentials
  • The /etc/syslog.conf File
  • The m4 Macro Processor
  • The Default /etc/syslog.conf File
  • Monitoring System Log Files
  • The logger Command
  • Using the SMC Log Viewer
  • The syslogd Daemon Options
  • Additional Resources
  • Name Services Essentials
  • Naming Services
  • The /etc Files
  • DNS Overview
  • NIS Overview
  • NIS+ Overview
  • LDAP Overview
  • The /etc/nsswitch.conf File
  • The Name Service Cache Daemon
  • The getent Command
  • Additional Resources
  • DNS and LDAP Client Configuration
  • Introduction to Naming Service Client Setup
  • Setting up a DNS Client
  • Setting up a LDAP Client
  • Additional Resources
  • NIS Server
  • Introducing NIS
  • NIS Daemons
  • Configuring the NIS Master Server
  • Configuring a NIS Client
  • Configuring a NIS Slave Server
  • Authorizing NIS Clients
  • Additional Resources
  • Shell Programming Basics
  • Commenting Programs
  • Magic Cookie
  • Finding Commands
  • The echo Command
  • Using Variables
  • Local Variables
  • Environment Variables
  • Referencing Variable’s Values
  • Reading Values into Variables
  • Default Values
  • Special Variables
  • The if Statement
  • The while Statement
  • The until Statement
  • The break Statement
  • The continue Statement
  • The case Statement
  • The for Loop
  • Numeric comparison
  • String Comparisons
  • File Status Checking
  • Outcome of UNIX Commands
  • Complex Conditionals
  • Additional Resources

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