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Training Introduction to Solaris – 3 days

Class overview :

This Sun Microsystems Solaris Operating System training course introduces the delegate to the main concepts of the SOLARIS Operating System. The most commonly used commands and utilities are described in detail as are the command line wildcard and redirection facilities.

Class goals :

This Solaris Introduction course provides the skills needed to work productively in the SOLARIS environment. The delegates will practise:

  • Creating, copying, renaming, moving and deleting files and directories
  • Using the shell’s redirection and pipe facilities
  • Editing text files using the vi editor
  • Setting and changing access permissions on files
  • Monitoring and controlling their own processes
  • Using the basic file and text searching utilities
  • Customising their own login environment

Content of Introduction to Solaris

Course Introduction

  • Administration and Course Materials
  • Course Structure and Agenda
  • Delegate and Trainer Introductions

Introduction to the Solaris Operating System

  • A brief history of UNIX
  • The UNIX kernel
  • The UNIX file system
  • Getting started navigating the file system
  • The file system structure
  • Directories and files
  • Pathnames
  • Navigating the file system
  • Exercise: Logging on to the system
  • Exercise: Navigating the file system

Basic Commands

  • Command line syntax
  • Basic file handling commands
  • Basic Directory handling commands
  • Filename wildcard characters
  • Exercise: Manipulating files and directories

Redirection and Pipes

  • Input redirection
  • Output redirection
  • Pipes
  • Exercise: Using redirection and pipe facilities

Introduction to the vi Editor

  • Overview of the vi editor
  • Basic functions
  • Switching to input mode
  • Other useful commands
  • Exercises: Using the vi editor
  • Exercise: Using more advanced vi features

Searching and Replacing Text

  • Replacing text
  • Using the vi editor
  • Using sed for search and replace
  • Searching for text with grep
  • Linking files
  • Exercises: Searching and Replacing Text

Recalling and Editing Commands

  • Overview
  • The bash shell
  • The korn shell
  • Exercises: Recall and Edit Commands

File Permissions and Access Control

  • Users and user groups
  • File access permissions
  • Changing file attributes
  • Switching users and user groups
  • Linking files
  • Exercise: Setting and access permissions

Processes

  • What is a process?
  • Monitoring processes
  • Killing processes
  • Background processes
  • Job Control
  • Grouping commands
  • Exercise: Monitoring and controlling processes

More Basic Commands

  • The wc (word count) command
  • The find command
  • The cut command
  • The sort command
  • The finger command
  • Exercise: Using file handling commands

The User Environment

  • Customising the .profile or .bash_profile
  • Customising the .kshrc or .bashrc
  • Exercise: Setting up an environment
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Training Introduction to Solaris – A Unix / Solaris Foundation – 2 days

Class overview :

This comprehensive two-day course aims to equip the novice Solaris/UNIX user with all the skills necessary to navigate the system and make productive use of the tools available, including the Windows system, the vi editor and essential Solaris/UNIX commands. It also forms the necessary foundation for subsequent courses.

Class goals :

A foundation course to get trainees confident in day-to-day Solaris / Unix use. This course provides all the knowledge that applications users will need and forms a good grounding for the power user or administrator who will go on to take other courses

Content of Introduction to Solaris – A Unix / Solaris Foundation

Solaris / UNIX / Linux overview

  • What are Solaris, Linux and Unix?
  • Advantages and disadvantages
  • Basic command examples
  • Other versions of Unix
  • Future of Unix
  • Logistics and support

Getting started

  • Logging in and out
  • Basic Gnome Window system use
  • Keyboard basics
  • Files, directories and path names
  • Creating and examining files
  • Effective use of directories
  • Moving, copying and removing files
  • Basic system password security
  • Online Documentation and the man command
  • Common problems

The vi editor

  • Invoking vi
  • Insert and Append
  • Moving around the text
  • Deleting text
  • Change operators
  • Other insert operators
  • Searching for text; Search and replace
  • Saving and quitting

The Next stage

  • Introduction to UNIX shells
  • Shell interaction
  • Input and Output control using Re-direction and piping
  • Shell metacharacters (wild cards)
  • The command history mechanism, and command line editing facilities
  • The shell quoting mechanism
  • Setting up and using command aliases
  • Job and Process monitoring and control
  • More complex copying and moving
  • Protecting files and directories using chmod
  • Shell variables and setting up the environment
  • Introduction to Solaris utilities
  • Halting the workstation

Gnome Window System

  • A thorough examination of the major tools available, such as the Panel, File Manager, Text editor and the Help system
  • Customising the Workspace and setting basic user preferences

Introduction to networking

  • Introduction to network concepts
  • Ethernet Overview
  • Network basic commands (including logging in to other machines with ssh)
  • Network File System (NFS) – overview, benefits and uses
  • Overview of Samba file sharing with Microsoft machines
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Training Solaris – Network administration – 5 days

Class overview :

It covers many networking topics, including the TCP/IP model; network topologies, media, interfaces and utilities; ARP and RARP; configuring IP; IPMP (Multipathing); network aggregations, routing; IPV6 (IP version 6); DNS (Domain Name System); DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol); NTP (Network Time Protocol) and IP Filter Firewall.

Class goals :

Takes trainees who have completed the Solaris 10 System Administration (Part 1) and Solaris 10 System Administration (Part 2) courses and adds additional network administration knowledge to their portfolio, up to a level required for the CX-310-302 Solaris Network Administrator exam.

Content of Solaris Network Administration

Basic Network Configuration

  • Static configuration using files
  • Dynamic configuration using DHCP
  • The IPv4 address scheme, including classful and classless addresses
  • The private address space
  • Populating the /etc/inet/hosts file; using host aliases
  • Creating logical interfaces
  • Basic subnetting
  • Network daemons and the Service management facility
  • Using TCP Wrappers to restrict access to services, with rule examples.

The TCP/IP Model

  • The fundamentals of the TCP/IP network model
  • Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) model layers
  • peer-to-peer communication and related protocols
  • understand TCP/IP protocols

LAN Components and structures

  • Identify the different types of network topology
  • Describe network media and devices

Ethernet Interfaces

  • Ethernet concepts
  • Ethernet frames
  • Using network utilities
  • Using Open Source network utilities

ARP and RARP

  • Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) functions and implementation
  • Reverse ARP (RARP)

IP Configuration in Solaris

  • The Internet layer protocols
  • IP datagrams
  • Address types
  • Subnetting and variable length subnet masks (VLSMs)
  • Setting up wireless networking
  • iSCSI targets and administration

IPMP – IP Network Multipathing, and Link Aggregations

  • Configure and manage IP multipathing
  • configure and manage Link Aggregations using dladm

Configuring Routing

  • Routing fundamentals
  • The routing table, and table population
  • Routing protocols
  • Static and dynamic route configuration
  • Classless inter-domain routing (CIDR)
  • Configure routing for system startup
  • Troubleshoot routing

IPv6

  • IPv6 overview
  • IPv6 addressing and address types (Unicast, multicast, etc)
  • Neighbour Discovery Protocol
  • Enabling and managing IPV6 in Solaris
  • Logical interfaces
  • IPv6 aware utilities
  • IPv6 Routing
  • IPv6 Tokens and temporary addresses
  • IPv6 and Name Services
  • 6to4 routing
  • IPV6 multipathing

The Transport Layer

  • Transport layer basics
  • User Datagram Protocol (UDP)
  • Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
  • TCP Flow Control

DNS Server Configuration

  • Name Services and DNS Overview
  • The Name Service Switch /etc/nsswitch.conf
  • The named daemon and the /etc/named.conf file
  • DNS resource record types and formats
  • Domains and Zones of authority
  • DNS Master server configuration
  • Creating and maintaining the data store
  • DNS client configuration and testing
  • Adding access to higher-kevel domains (internet)
  • Adding Reverse Mapping data files
  • Slave server configuration
  • Dynamic DNS (with DHCP updates)
  • Cache-only and Forwarding servers
  • DNS server security
  • Using the rndc command
  • DNS and IPv6
  • DNS SMF properties

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol – DHCP

  • DHCP Overview
  • Setting up a DHCP server with dhcpconfig or dhcpmgr
  • Adding network tables, table entries and information macros
  • Managing the DHCP addresses; assigning permanent addresses
  • Creating custom symbols and macros
  • Setting up a DHCP relay agent
  • The dhcpagent process and dhcpinfo command
  • Configure and manage DHCP clients
  • ifconfig DHCP options
  • Client hostname issues
  • The eventhook script

Network Time Protocol – NTP

  • Overview of time control in Solaris
  • Network Time Protocol overview, time sources, and stratum servers
  • Configuring an NTP server
  • Configuring an NTP client
  • Obtaining information (ntpq and xntpdc)

Solaris IP Filter Firewall

  • IPfilter Overview
  • Filter Rules with examples
  • Configuration file preparation
  • Using the ippools feature
  • Using ipfstat to examine active rules, and statistics
  • Logging filter activities, and monitoring them with ipmon
  • Enabling and disabling the IPfilter service

Network Information Service (NIS) – These notes are included for reference purposes only

  • Introduction.
  • Creating a fully-functioning NIS service.
  • Using the ypinit command to create Master and Slave servers.
  • Updating the NIS information from the command line.
  • Using SMC with NIS to manage users, groups and hosts.
  • Adding NIS clients.
  • NIS file policies.
  • Creating and using netgroups with /etc/netgroup.
  • Adding your own data to NIS.
  • Modifying the NIS Makefile.
  • Disabling NIS.

LDAP Name Services – These notes are included for reference purposes only

  • Introduction to LDAP
  • Data examples
  • DIT and data structure
  • Schemas
  • Servers and clients
  • Planning and Preparation
  • Sun Java Directory Server
  • Directory Server Components
  • Directory Server Download
  • Distribution unpacking
  • Running idsktune
  • Directory Server basic setup, testing, getting status information, adding test data
  • Using idsconfig to populate the server with standard name-service data
  • Create a server instance
  • Backing up a server instance
  • Directory Server Proxy
  • Adding a client machine
  • Running ldapclient
  • Listing LDAP data from the client
  • LDAP client files
  • LDAP utilities – ldapaddent, ldaplist, ldapadd, ldapmodify
  • Directory Service Control Center
  • Enabling Services under the SMF
  • SMF XML Manifest file ds6.xml
  • Server Backup and Restore
  • Server Replication – Reference only
  • Server Replication Tasks
  • Microsoft Active Directory (ADS) integration pointers
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Training Solaris 10 Systems Administration Part 2 – 5 days

Class overview :

This Solaris System Administration training course will provide delegates with practical experience of configuring various aspects of a Sun Microsystem Solaris system up to and including Solaris version 10. This course extends the skills a delegate will have gained from attending the Solaris System Administration – Part 1 course.

Class goals :

Administering Solaris systems involves many specialised tasks including; monitoring system events with syslog, performing network installations, dealing with various aspects of the network environment and assigning system roles to users. Delegates taking this class will gain the necessary knowledge and skills to perform these tasks.

The delegates will practise:

  • Configuring and Managing DNS
  • Configuring and Managing NIS
  • Control of remote File Systems with NFS and Auto mount
  • Managing Disk Space in the Solaris Volume Management environment using the Solaris Management Console and standard commands
  • Managing swap space
  • Setting up the JumpStart facility to automate installation
  • Installing a system with a Flash Archive
  • Live Upgrade
  • Managing the System and Program Dump file environment
  • Managing system event logging with syslog
  • Allocating system tasks to users using Role Based Access Control (RBAC)
  • Configuring and accessing Zones

Content of Solaris 10 Systems Administration Part 2

Course Introduction

  • Administration and Course Materials
  • Course Structure and Agenda
  • Delegate and Trainer Introductions

Naming Services

  • DNS Overview
  • DNS Server and Client Setup
  • NIS
  • NIS Servers and Clients
  • Setting up NIS Servers and Clients
  • NIS+ Overview
  • LDAP Overview and Setting up an LDAP Client
  • The Name Service Switch Configuration Files
  • Template nsswitch Files
  • Displaying Information From the Name Server
  • Name Service Cache Daemon
  • Reference for Naming Services
  • Exercise: Setting up an NIS server and client

NFS/Cache FS

  • Network File System (NFS)
  • NFS Terminology
  • NFS Server
  • NFS Client
  • NFS Server Configuration
  • /etc/dfs/dfstab File
  • NFS Server Configuration – SMC
  • Other NFS Commands
  • NFS Client Configuration
  • The mount Command
  • Mounting a Local Resource
  • Mounting a Remote Resource
  • Responding to server failure – mount options
  • Multiple Hosts
  • Unmounting a Resource
  • NFS Client Configuration – SMC
  • Troubleshooting NFS
  • Cache File System (Cachefs)
  • Cachefs Terminology
  • Creating a Cache File System
  • Cachefs Statistics and Consistency
  • Cachefs Logging
  • Removing Cache File System
  • NFS Logging – user access
  • Exercise: Setting up an NFS server and client

Automount

  • Automount Utility
  • Automount Maps
  • Registering Changes for Automount
  • automount -v
  • Exercise: Setting up an automount client

Solaris Volume Manager (SVM)

  • Disk Management and File System Review
  • RAID Technology and Volumes
  • RAID Modes
  • SVM Tools
  • Volume Management Operations
  • State Database Replicas
  • Creating State Database Replicas
  • Creating a Disk Concatenation
  • SVM Commands and Files
  • Creating State Database Replicas – the metadb command
  • metadevices
  • metstat command
  • Creating a Concatenation of two disk slices
  • Creating and Managing Mirrors
  • Creating File Systems on Volumes
  • Deleting a Metadevice
  • Dynamically Growing Existing File Systems
  • Mirroring Volumes and backup of Mirrors
  • Exercises:
    • Creating a database and concatenation volume
    • Growing a file system

Managing Swap Space

  • Swap Space
  • Configuring Swap Space
  • Adding a Swap File on an Existing File System
  • Disabling Swap Space
  • Exercise: Setting up an extra swap area

Jumpstart

  • Interactive Installation Review
  • Automatic Installation
  • Principles of JumpStart
  • Server Setup for JumpStart
  • Configuring NIS to Support JumpStart
  • Locale
  • Ethernet Address
  • IP Address and Hostname
  • TimeZone
  • Netmasks
  • Bootparams
  • Timehost Alias
  • Configuring Non NIS Server for JumpStart
  • Configuration Directory
  • Rules File
  • Class File
  • Check Utility
  • Install/Boot Server Installation
  • setup_install_server Utility
  • add_install_client Utility
  • Setting up DHCP for Intel clients
  • Overview of WAN Boot Installation
  • Installing a new Client
  • Jumpstart troubleshooting
  • Exercise: Setting up a jumpstart server and client

Managing Flash Archives

  • Flash Archive Definition
  • Creating a Flash Archive
  • Restoring a Flash Archive
  • Specifying the Location of the Flash Archive to be Restored
  • Jumpstart Installation Considerations
  • Displaying Flash Archive Information

Live Upgrade Overview

  • Live Upgrade description
  • Basic procedures
  • lucreate and luupdate commands
  • Live Upgrade Example

Dump File Configuration

  • Dump File Definition
  • System Crash Dumps
  • Displaying the System Crash Dump Configuration
  • Modifying the System Crash Dump Configuration
  • Core Dumps
  • Displaying the Core Dump Configuration
  • Modifying the Core Dump Configuration
  • Exercises:
    • Displaying the system crash dump configuration
    • Displaying and setting the core dump configuration

Syslog

  • syslog Configuration
  • The /etc/syslog.conf Configuration File
  • Facility
  • Security Level
  • Action
  • The M4 Utility
  • Editing the syslog.conf File
  • Logging Telnet, FTP and other Networking Daemon
  • The SMC Log Viewer
  • Testing syslogd Logging

Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)

  • Traditional Unix Security vs RBAC
  • The RBAC Security Model
  • Main Attributes and Associated Files
  • Linking Attributes and their Files together
  • Attribute File Formats
  • Configuring RBAC Examples
  • Using SMC in the RBAC Environment
  • Exercise: Defining & testing a file system’s management role

Zones

  • Basic Description
  • Main Features and Benefits
  • Zone Configuration Settings and Characteristics
  • Creating Zones
  • User Access to Zones
  • Managing the Zone State
  • Zone System Processes
  • Exercise: Configuring and enabling a Zone
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Training Solaris 10 Systems Administration Part 1 – 5 days

Class overview :

This five-day course is designed to cover the essential administration tasks confronting today’s Sun systems administrators. It covers all basic workstation administration functions, with full hands-on experience at all stages.

Class goals :

Administering Solaris systems involves many standard tasks including; starting and shutting down a system, managing printers and performing regular backups. Delegates taking this course will gain the necessary knowledge and skills to perform these tasks.

The delegates will practise:

  • Using the Solaris Desktops
  • Local System Administration with Solaris Management Console (SMC)
  • Configuring the Openboot Firmware
  • Managing Boot Procedures with GRUB
  • Startup and Shutdown Procedures
  • Managing Services with the Service Management Facility (SMF)
  • Installing the Solaris Operating system
  • Software Package Administration
  • Maintenance Of Patches
  • Disk Management and Partitioning
  • File System Management
  • ZFS
  • File Security and ACLs
  • User and Group Management
  • Accessing Remote Systems
  • Backup And Recovery
  • Managing the Print Environment
  • Managing Processes

Content of Solaris 10 Systems Administration Part 1

Course Introduction

  • Administration and Course Materials
  • Course Structure and Agenda
  • Delegate and Trainer Introductions

Accessing the Solaris Operating System

  • Solaris Desktops
  • Solaris Desktop Administration Tools
  • Main Features and Usage of SMC

Boot Procedures

  • Openboot interface
  • Openboot parameters
  • Device names and aliases
  • Openboot diagnostics
  • Boot Options
  • Boot Device Sequence with BIOS
  • Booting with GRUB
  • Exercise: Setting Openboot parameters and Boot options

Startup and Shutdown Procedures

  • Boot Phases
  • init
  • System run levels
  • inittab file
  • Run control scripts
  • Adding a run control script
  • Disabling a run control script
  • System shutdown
  • The shutdown command
  • The init command
  • The halt/poweroff commands
  • The reboot command
  • The stop-a command
  • Exercise: Creating a run control script

Service Management Facility

  • Basic Features
  • The SMF Environment
  • SMF and Booting
  • SMF Environmental Structures
  • Service States
  • Managing Services
  • Listing Services with svcs and inetadm
  • Managing the State of a Service with svcadm
  • Configuring a Service with svccfg
  • Managing the State of inetd Network Services with inetadm
  • Exercise: Listing and Managing the State of Services

Installing the Solaris Operating System

  • Installation requirements
  • System configuration for servers and clients
  • Partitions and multiple disks
  • Software terminology
  • Packages, Clusters and Groups
  • Configuration cluster
  • Definition of Installation methods
    • Web Start
    • Interactive
    • Jumpstart
    • Flash
    • Live Upgrade
  • Interactive Installation Process
  • Installation from CD/DVD
  • Exercise: Installing a Solaris System (possibly, optional at the end of the course)

Software Package Information

  • Documentation Packages
  • Configuration clusters
  • Tools for managing software
  • Displaying current software package information
  • Checking the installation of a package
  • Adding software packages using a CDROM device
  • Removing software packages
  • Package logfiles
  • Exercise: Removing, adding and listing a Package

Maintenance of Patches

  • Maintenance of patches and patch clusters
  • Verification of currently installed patches
  • Installing a patch on the system
  • Removing a patch from the system
  • Patch logfiles
  • Exercise: Installing and listing a Patch

Connection Services

  • Sun Connection Services Overview
  • The smpatch command
  • The Update Manager

Disk Management

  • Displaying disk information
  • Partitions/Slices
  • Naming conventions
  • Physical device names
  • Instance name
  • Logical device names
  • Block and character devices
  • Configuring new disk devices
  • Partitioning the disk with the format command and Solaris
  • Management Console
  • Making a new partition
  • Exercise: Configuring and listing a disk slice

File System Management

  • Disk based file systems
  • Main root sub-directories
  • Pseudo file systems
  • Components of a ufs file system
  • Boot block
  • Superblocks
  • Inodes
  • Data disk blocks
  • Ulimit parameter
  • File types
  • Symbolic and Hard links
  • Creating file systems
  • The newfs command
  • The mount command
  • The umount command
  • The vfstab file
  • The mnttab file
  • Filesystem checking
  • Determining if a file system needs checking
  • Running fsck manually
  • The lost+found directories
  • Automounting CDs and floppies (Volume Management)
  • Checking free disk space
  • The df command
  • The quot command
  • The du command
  • Freeing disk space
  • Freeing up disk space with compression utilities
  • Rotating files with logadm
  • Exercise: Managing file systems, newfs, mount etc.

ZFS

  • ZFS – A Basic Description
  • Requirements
  • Main Features
  • ZFS Tools
  • Managing ZFS Pools with zpool
  • Pool Storage Devices
  • Pool Configuration Features
  • Creating and Deleting (‘Destroying Pools’)
  • Managing File Systems with ZFS
  • Creating and Destroying a File System
  • Snapshots and Clones
  • ZFS Properties
  • Read-Only Native Properties
  • Settable Native Properties
  • ZFS GUI Interface
  • Exercise: Creating and managing a ZFS system

File Security and ACLS

  • ACLs (Access Control Lists)
  • The setfacl command
  • The getfacl command
  • The ACL mask
  • Exercise: Setting and Viewing ACLs

User Management

  • User accounts
  • Files used in creating a user – the passwd, group and shadow files
  • Adding a user
  • Changing user details
  • Deleting a user
  • User group maintenance
  • Password administration
  • Password command
  • Local Login control
  • Remote Login control
  • Login logs
  • User communication
  • The wall command
  • The message of the day
  • Controlling the amount of disk space accessible to users using quotas
  • Exercise: Creating and listing users and groups

Backup and Recovery

  • Backup overview
  • Backup policy
  • Backup and restore utilities overview
  • Tape device names
  • The mt utility – retentsion, rewind, space forward or backward and status
  • The ufsdump and ufsrestore utilities
  • ufs snapshots
  • Exercise: Backing up and restoring /export/home

Managing The Print Environment

  • The print service
  • Print service files
  • Hardware setup – ethernet, parallel & serial
  • Printer configuration with Solaris Print Manager
  • Printer configuration with lpadmin
  • Line printer commands – lpshut, lpsched, accept, reject, enable, disable, lpmove lpusers, lpstat, lp, cancel
  • Printing from copies of files
  • Stopping banner output
  • Exercise: Configuring and managing printer queues

Managing Processes

  • Introduction to Process Management
  • The ps command
  • The prstat command
  • The process manager application
  • The kill command
  • Using the cron processes
  • Cron files
  • Creating crontab entries
  • Amending existing crontab files
  • Crontab command options
  • The at command
  • Exercise:
    • Monitoring and managing processes
    • Setting up cron batch files
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