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UNIX Sun Solaris Training Course on CD-ROM

Unix Sun Solaris CBT Course contains the complete course material listed below.
Sun Solaris Part 1: Basic Administration
Sun Solaris Part 2: Network Administration
This training CD requires an older Java player to view the course material. The older Java player is NOT Windows 7 or Vista compatible. This training CD will only work on Windows XP operating systems.

Basic Administration Training
The first course in the Sun Solaris implementation track covers basic user  and system administration in the Solaris environment. It focuses on the common  skills that an administrator will perform and how they are handled in this  flavor of Unix.
Learn To:

  • Identify the functions of the Unix system administrator.
  • Identify the features of the Solaris operating environment.
  • Identify the methods for installing Solaris.
  • Identify the commands used to manage groups with the CLI.
  • Identify the features of Solaris physical disk partitions.
  • Identify the types of Solaris file systems.
  • Identify the ps command options.
  • Identify the features of system message logging.
  • Identify the function of system monitoring.

Total Training Time: 6 - 8 Hour(s)
Requirement - This course requires an older Java Runtime Version 1.4X. The Download of Java Runtime 1.4x is available from our web site (Java Runtime 1.4x). Not Compatible with Windows 7 or Vista. Can view with Windows XP Only
Audience

System Manager, System Administrator, System Analyst, Web Administrator, Database Administrator, Mail Administrator, Network Engineers

Course Outline
Unit 1: Installation and Startup: Duration: 2 - 3 Hour(s)

  • Identify the functions of the Unix system administrator.
  • Identify the features of the Solaris operating environment.
  • Identify the methods for installing Solaris.
  • Identify the procedure for installing a Solaris system.
  • Identify the features of the boot process for a SPARC system.
  • Identify the features of the boot process for an x86 Solaris system.
  • Identify the Solaris system startup options.
  • Shut down the Solaris system.
  • Identify the features of the Solaris system administration tools.
  • Add a package to the Solaris system by using the Admintool.
  • Remove a package from a Solaris system by using the Admintool.
  • Identify the features of Solaris Help.

Unit 2: System Administration: Duration: 2 - 3 Hour(s)

  • Add users to the Solaris system with the Admintool.
  • Modify user details with the Admintool.
  • Add users to the Solaris system with the CLI.
  • Modify user details with the CLI.
  • Manage groups with the Admintool.
  • Identify the commands used to manage groups with the CLI.
  • Identify the features of Solaris physical disk partitions.
  • Identify the types of Solaris file systems.
  • Identify CLI commands that can be used to manage a file system.
  • Identify the features of the vfstab file.
  • Mount file systems.
  • Identify the features of the UFS logging process.
  • Add a new hard disk.
  • Identify the commands for changing file permissions.
  • Identify the features of ACLs.
  • Identify the functions of disk space quotas and system accounting in  Solaris.
  • Identify the guidelines for administering backup scheduling.
  • Identify the procedures for administering backup media.
  • Identify the CLI backup commands.
  • Create a backup file.
  • Restore a file from a backup.
  • Identify the guidelines for emergency file system recovery.

Unit 3: Optimizing the System: Duration: 2 Hour(s)

  • Identify the ps command options.
  • Schedule system events.
  • Identify the features of system message logging.
  • Identify the function of system monitoring.
  • Identify the functions of the CLI performance monitoring commands.
  • Identify the guidelines for managing system performance.
  • Identify the features of devices and drivers.
  • Identify the procedure for adding new hardware.
  • Identify the procedure for changing the value of kernel  parameters.

Part 2: Network Administration
This second course in the Sun Solaris implementation track covers  internetworking connectivity, systems, services, and security. Wherever  possible, It focus's on the tools and features specific to Solaris.

Learn To:

  • Identify the characteristics of the print service.
  • Identify the CLI commands used to add a network printer.
  • Identify the CLI commands used to manage print queues and jobs.
  • Identify the features of computer networks.
  • Identify the components that configure TCP/IP.
  • Identify the features of the TCP/IP-related commands.
  • Identify the features of the NFS service.
  • Identify the features of automounter.
  • Identify features of e-mail services.
  • Identify the characteristics of sendmail.
  • Identify the features of POP3.

Total Training Time: 6 - 8 Hour(s)
Audience

System Manager, System Administrator, System Analyst, Web Administrator, Database Administrator, Mail Administrator, Network Engineers. Specifying, installing and administering UNIX systems in small to large enterprises. Administering applications running on UNIX systems (both hardware and software). Managing users and security. Providing advanced help desk and information services.

Course Outline
Unit 1: Printers and Terminals: Duration: 2 - 3 Hour(s)

  • Identify the characteristics of the print service.
  • Set up a printer by using Admintool.
  • Identify the CLI commands used to add a network printer.
  • Identify the CLI commands used to manage print queues and jobs.
  • Identify the features of the service access facility.
  • Identify the Admintool serial port management features.
  • Identify the CLI commands used to configure a terminal.
  • Configure a modem.

Unit 2: Network Connections: Duration: 2 - 3 Hour(s)

  • Identify the features of computer networks.
  • Identify the components that configure TCP/IP.
  • Identify the features of the TCP/IP-related commands.
  • Identify the features of naming services.
  • Identify the features of a NIS master server.
  • Identify the features of NIS slave servers.
  • Identify the features of NIS+.
  • Identify the features of the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP).
  • Set up a DHCP within a subnet.
  • Identify the features of DNS.
  • Identify the features of network routing.

Unit 3: Network Services: Duration: 2 Hour(s)

  • Identify the features of the NFS service.
  • Set up NFS services.
  • Identify the features of automounter.
  • In this lesson, you will learn about Internet and Intranet services.
  • Identify features of e-mail services.
  • Identify the characteristics of sendmail.
  • Identify the features of POP3.
  • Identify the features of the Apache HTTP server.
  • Identify the features of the Network Time Protocol (NTP).
  • Identify requirements for maintaining site security.
  • Identify Solaris features for maintaining system and file security.
  • Identify security restrictions that may be imposed on network operations.