In this hands-on, intensive course students learn the full range of UNIX features and facilities, its history, its commands, and its architecture. At the completion of this course, students will be able to work competently and efficiently with UNIX and use its commands effectively.
The course covers UNIX shells, command pipelines, process execution, file creation, editing, file system navigation, and the most commonly used UNIX commands and facilities.
In addition, several advanced topics are introduced, including shell programming, and text processing. Proficiency in applying new skills is reinforced through many extensive hands-on exercises which emphasizes the practical aspects of working and using Unix, including files, e-mail, commands, pipelines, and shells.
Basic DOS, Windows, Keyboarding
System administrators who are preparing to perform essential system administration procedures in the Solaris OS.
Student will be able to manage file systems, perform system boot procedures, perform user and security administration, manage systems processes, perform system backups and restores.
✔ Fundamentals of working with UNIX, its tools, and its commands.
✔ Principles of internetworking with TCP/IP.
✔ Discussion of actual UNIX systems used by students.
✔ Hands on exercises on various networked UNIX systems
Module 1: Introduction to UNIX flavors, hardware, and Solaris Operating System concepts
Module 2: Popularly used Solaris commands
Module 3: Solaris Management Console
Module 4: System security and users account management
Module 5: Install Solaris 10 from CD/DVD for SPARC and x86 system
Module 6: Open Boot Prompt environment
Module 7: The system shutdown/startup procedure and run level control
Module 8: Managing services (SVCS) and process control
Module 9: The file types, directory hierarchy, and Solaris File system Management
Module 10: Software package and patch administration
Module 11: LP printing services
Module 12: Data backups and restores
HModules 13: Device configuration, disks, slices, format, and storage
Module14: Solaris Volume Manager
Module 15: Process management and performance tuning
Module 16: Introducing the Solaris Network Environment
Module 17: Solaris 10 virtual file systems, swap space, and coredump
Module 18: Syslog management
Module 19: NFS – Network File System and AutoFS
Module 20: Naming services Introduction – DNS, NIS, NIS+, and LDAP
Module 21: Configure DNS and NIS domain
Module 22: Solaris 10 Zones
Module 23: JumpStart installation
Module 24: Advanced vi
Module 25: UNIX programming – ksh shell scripts
Solaris ZFS Administration Guide
Hands on exercise: 1) create a ZFS
Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA)
UNIX System Administrator, UNIX System Engineer, NetBackup Administrator