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Solaris 9 System Administrator 310-014/310-015
- Published: January 2012
- Region: Global
- 17 pages
Sun Solaris is a Unix-based operating system introduced by Sun Microsystems.
This course will prepare you for the two exams required to obtain the Sun Certified System Administrator for Solaris 9 certification (310-014 and 310-015) Course Study Format
This course is delivered through ONLINE method. The course is available for you to complete at your convenience over a 12 month period.
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Total Course Duration: 17 Hours
Installation and Maintenance Duration 2 Hour(s)
This course teaches learners the basic system administrator skills of installing, upgrading and maintaining a Solaris 9 system. Install Solaris Add, check, and remove packages Add and remove patches Using OpenBoot commands Perform a system boot and control boot processes Perform a system shutdown
The User Environment and System Security Duration 3 Hour(s)
In this course, learners will examine how to administer user accounts, as well as control system access, data access, system processes, and system programs. As a result, learners will be better able to maintain Solaris 9 user environments and ensure secure systems. Create and delete both user and group accounts Restrict and monitor both user accounts and the superuser account Change default and existing file permissions, as well file ownership View process attributes using the ps, prstat, and pgrep commands Terminate processes using the kill and pkill commands Schedule processes using and control the use of the cron and at commands
File and Disk Administration Duration 3 Hour(s)
In this course, learners will focus on how to administer the file and disk system, including file system basics and special disk operations. This will help prepare learners to administer file and disk systems as Solaris 9 system administrators. Manipulate directories and files Identify file type using the ls command Display physical, logical, and instance names Partition disks and display partition tables Use raw and block logical device names Manage swap space, crash dump, and core file configurations
Backups, Printing, and the Network Environment Duration 2 Hour(s)
This course teaches learners to back up and restore the system, manage print configurations, and administer a Solaris 9 network, enabling them to develop an appropriate backup strategy, manage print services, and implement a variety of networking concepts. Use the mt, ufsdump, ufsrestore, and fssnap commands Back up and restore file systems, directories, and files Modify printer configurations Monitor, cancel, move, and prioritize print requests Configure TCP/IP on a Solaris 9 system Distinguish standalone, diskless, and AutoClient configurations
Access Control, Syslog, and Advanced Disk Management Duration 3 Hour(s)
This course shows learners how to set and display Access Control Lists (ACLs), configure Role-Based Access Control (RBAC), use the syslog facility, and improve availability using a virtual disk management system. It also covers advanced installation techniques. After taking this course, learners will be better prepared to manage system access and perform an advanced installation. Set and display ACLs for files and directories Create, display, and designate RBAC assignments Configure the syslog facility Preconfigure system installation information Set up and use an over-the-network installation Create and administer Flash archives
Network File System and Name Services Duration 2 Hour(s)
This course teaches learners to administer the Network File System (NFS) and Network Information Service (NIS). Share, unshare, mount, and unmount NFS resources Configure NFS logging Manage a CacheFS cache Configure the name service switch Configure NIS servers and clients Update and add NIS maps
Practice Exams Duration 2 Hour(s)
This section provides two practice exams for the Sun Certified System Administrator (SCSA) 310-014 and 310-015 exams. This gives learners the opportunity to assess their readiness to take the exam and identify topic areas in which they may need additional study and practice.