Solaris 10 New Features for Experienced System Administrators (Release 10/08)
Length: 5 Days
Prerequisite: Click Here for Prerequisites Statement
It is assumed that the student has experience managing the Solaris 7, 8 or 9 OE with an advanced level of experience. The student should have attended an intermediate and advanced Solaris 8 or 9 course. Topics for this course are taken from the Solaris 10 Intermediate and Advanced System administration courses. If you do not meet the prerequisites for this course, it is recommended that you take the Solaris 10 Intermediate and Advanced System Administration courses seperately.
This course teaches advanced topics in Solaris 10 system administration. The course is taught on Sun SPARC servers and Solaris x86-based systems. Topics are taken from the Solaris 10 Intermediate and Advanced System Administration courses. If you do not meet the prerequisites for this course, it is recommended that you take the Solaris 10 Intermediate and Advanced System Administration courses.
This course meets all of the objectives for the Certified Solaris 10 System Administrator Upgrade Examination (CX_310-203)
Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:
- Understand the Solaris 10 startup sequence
- Administer the Service Mangement Facility (SMF)
- Manage Solaris 10 file systems
- Install the Solaris 10 Operating environment on SPARC and x86-based systems
- Perform advanced installation procedures (Flash archive, JumpStart and WAN boot)
- Install the OS on a mirrored ZFS root pool
- Perform a Solaris Live Upgrade
- Perform a Solaris Flash installation
- Understand differences between SPARC and x86-based Solaris 10 Operating environments
- Understand and administer zones.
- Migrate a UFS root file system to a ZFS root pool
- Introduction to DTrace
- Install updates using Sun Connection Manager
- Understand Solaris 10 security issues and perform security administration
- Understand and configure GRUB on the x86 platform
- Create a UFS snapshot/Back up, Restore and Rollback the snapshot file
- Manage virtual file systems and core dumps