Unix - Sun Solaris Administration Online Training

Course Duration - 40hrs

Pre-Requisites: BASIC UNIX COMMANDS

SYSTEM CONCEPTS:

  • Understanding different hosts in Solaris Environment
  • Understanding types of servers and clients in Solaris Environment

ADMINISTRATION AND CONFIGURATION OF CDE:

  • Understanding CDE environment on Sun-Solaris
  • Installation of Sun-Solaris on SPARC and INTEL
  • Installation on standalone
  • Network installation

FILE SYSTEM:

  • Introduction to file system
  • Understanding different types of file systems
  • Creating a file system using format command
  • Converting the file system to UFS using newfs
  • Mounting and un-mounting file systems
  • Understanding vfstab and mnttab files
  • Inconsistency checking using fsck
  • Troubleshooting file systems with fsck

USER ADMINISTRATION:

  • Understanding types of groups
  • Creating groups, modifying and deleting
  • Creating users, modifying and deleting
  • Administration of initialization files and customizing
  • Monitoring of users
  • Understanding password aging
  • Advance file permissions using ACL
  • RBAC with RBAC and administer can assign privileged functions to specific user accounts
  • System security
  • Troubleshooting

BOOT PROCESS:

  • Understanding booting process on SPARC & INTEL
  • Understanding commands under OK prompt

RUN LEVELS:

  • Understanding different types of run levels
  • Understanding default run level and customizing
  • Understanding R-C scripts
  • Adding and modifying run control scripts ( R-C scripts )
  • Understanding different types of shutdown commands
  • Changing the init phases
  • Troubleshooting

VOLUME MANAGEMENT:

  • Understanding different types of file systems like UFS, PCFS, NFS, HSFS, CACHEFS, AUTOFS, UDFS, LOFS
  • Mounting and un-mounting CD’s
  • Troubleshooting

BACKUP&RECOVERY:

  • Understanding types of backups
  • Understanding various file backups using tar, cpio, dd
  • Creation of snap shot for backups
  • Understanding backup levels and backup strategies
  • Understanding file system backups using ufsdump, ufsrestore
  • Performing full / incremental / cumulative backups
  • Performing local / remote backup restore

SCHEDULE JOBS:

  • At jobs
  • Cron jobs

DISK QUOTAS:

  • Creating quotas for users by allocating disk space for user home directory

SWAP MANAGEMENT:

  • Adding internal and external swap areas
  • Creating static and dynamic swap swap areas

PROCESS CONTROL:

  • Understanding standalone daemons and transient daemons

PACKAGE ADMINISTRATION:

  • Adding the packages, verifying the packages and checking the packages, pkgadd , pkgrm, pkginfo, pkgchk, pkgparam, spooling commands.