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Solaris 8 System Administration II


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Length: 4 Days

Prerequisite: Solaris 8 System Administration I

Recommendation Statement:
To fully succeed in this course, students should already know how to:
Manage files and directories ∙ Control the user work environment∙ Archive files ∙ Use remote commands ∙ Manage file systems ∙ Install software ∙ Perform system boot procedures ∙ Perform user and security administration ∙ Manage network printers and system processes ∙ Perform system backups and restores

Course Description:
This course teaches advanced topics in Solaris system administration. The operating system will be Solaris 8 (SunOS 5.8)- Sun's implementation of SystemV release4. The course is taught on a Sun Ultra system.

This course meets all of the objectives for the Certified Solaris 8 System Administrator Examination – Part 2 (310-012).

Note: This course is also available for Solaris 9, 7, and Solaris 2.6

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:
- Understand the client server relationship
- Install and configure a Solaris server
- The Solaris network environment
- Setup event logging, configure syslog, and use auditing utilities
- Install and manage serial devices such as modems and terminals
- Support the installation of devices using Service Access Facility
- Administer disks and file systems
- Pseudo file systems and swap space
- Configure files and use commands to control and monitor hosts in a networked environment
- Configure and use NFS
- Configure and use AutoFS
- Set up and configure CacheFS file systems
- Configure WebNFS
- Setup Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)
- Use and configure the Solaris Management Console and Solaris AdminSuite
- Describe the Solaris naming services: DNS, NIS, NIS+, and FNS and configure name server clients
- Configure and administer the NIS environment
- Add network clients and AutoClient support to a server
- Use JumpStart to automate Solaris installations
- Use tools to monitor system and network performance
- Administration and Configuration of the CDE