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System Administration for the Oracle Solaris 10 OS Part 1

5 jours - 35 heures

Objectifs

Manage file systems and local disk drives Perform system boot procedures Perform mounts and unmounts Control system processes Perform user administration Use the Service Management Facility Perform package administration Manage software patches

Participants

Administrateurs système Administrateurs de données Administrateurs réseaux

Prérequis

Cours pré-requis obligatoire(s): Perform basic UNIX tasks Understand basic UNIX commands Use the vi text editor Interact with a windowing system Oracle Solaris 10 Operating System Essentials

Pédagogie

La pédagogie est basée sur le principe de la dynamique de groupe avec alternance d'apports théoriques, de phases de réflexion collectives et individuelles, d'exercices, d'études de cas et de mises en situations observées. Formation / Action participative et interactive : les participants sont acteurs de leur formation notamment lors des mises en situation car ils s'appuient sur leurs connaissances, les expériences et mettront en œuvre les nouveaux outils présentés au cours de la session.

Profil de l’intervenant

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Moyens techniques

Encadrement complet des stagiaires durant la formation. Espace d’accueil, configuration technique des salles et matériel pédagogique dédié pour les formations en centre. Remise d’une documentation pédagogique papier ou numérique à échéance de la formation.

Méthodes d’évaluation des acquis

Exercices individuels et collectifs durant la formation. La feuille d’émargement signée par demi-journée ainsi que l’évaluation des acquis de fin de stage sont adressées avec la facture.

Programme

Introducing the Solaris 10 OS Directory Hierarchy

Describe file systems

Identify file components

Identify file types

Describe hard links

Using the Grand Unified Bootloader

Modify x86 system boot behavior in the Solaris OS

Use the eeprom command

Use the kernel command

Describe and manage GRUB boot archives

Boot a system in the GRUB-based boot environment

Interrupt an unresponsive system

Discuss the purpose of the Grand Unified Bootloader (GRUB)

Performing Legacy Boot and Shutdown Procedures

Identify the phases of the boot process

Identify run level fundamentals

Control boot processes

Perform system shutdown procedures

Describe the Solaris SPARC boot design

Using the Service Management Facility

Describe the Service Management Facility (SMF) features

Compare run levels and SMF milestones

Use SMF administrative commands

Performing User Administration

Describe user administration fundamentals

Set password aging on a user account

Manage user accounts

Manage initialization files

Controlling System Processes

View system processes

Kill frozen processes

Schedule an automatic one-time execution of a command

Schedule an automatic recurring execution of a command

Solaris 10 Operating System Installation Requirements

Identify hardware requirements for Solaris 10 OS installation

Identify the fundamentals of the Solaris 10 OS installations

Identify the Solaris 10 OS software components

Define guidelines to install the Solaris 10 OS from a DVD

Describe the Secure by Default installation enhancement

Managing Local Disk Devices

Describe the basic architecture of a disk

Describe the naming conventions for devices

List system devices

Reconfigure devices

Perform hard disk partitioning

Manage disk labels

Perform EFI disk labels

Use an extended table of contents

Interface Configurations

Control and monitor network interfaces

Configure Internet Protocol, version 4 (IPv4) interfaces at boot time

Managing Solaris OS Unix File System (UFS)

Identify disk-based, distributed, and pseudo file systems in the Solaris OS

Describe the Solaris OS UFS

Create a new ufs file system

Check the file system using the fsck command

Resolve file system inconsistencies

Monitor file system use

Introduction to the ZFS File System

Describe the Solaris ZFS file system

Create a basic ZFS file system

List ZFS storage pool components

Create and destroy ZFS pools and file systems

Destroy ZFS snapshots and clones

Send and receive ZFS data

List ZFS Storage Pool Replication features

Performing Mounts and Unmounts

Explain mounting basics

Perform mounts and unmounts

Access a mounted diskette, CD-ROM, or DVD

Restrict access to a mounted diskette, CD-ROM, or DVD

Access a diskette or CD-ROM without Volume Management (vold)

Manage ZFS mount points

Performing Solaris 10 OS Package Administration

Describe the fundamentals of package administration

Administer packages using the command-line interface

Managing Software Patches on the Solaris 10 OS

Describe the fundamentals of patch administration

Describe patch administration best practices

Install and remove patches

Install recommended patch clusters

Implement patch management using the smpatch command

Configure the patch management environment

Using Boot PROM Commands

Identify boot programmable read-only memory (PROM) fundamentals

Use basic boot PROM commands

Identify the systems boot device

Create and remove custom device aliases

View and change nonvolatile random access memory (NVRAM) parameters from the shell

Interrupt an unresponsive system

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