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System Administration for the Solaris 10 OS (Part 1 Ed 1) Boot Camp 



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Duration: 5 Days





This System Administration for the Oracle Solaris 10 OS, Part 1 course teaches you how to execute Oracle Solaris 10 basic system administration concepts. Through interacting with expert Oracle University instructors, you'll walk away from the course with a deeper understanding of how Oracle Solaris 10 can help your business.

Learn To:
• Perform basic system installation.
• Describe interface configurations.
• Use Boot PROM commands.
• Perform configuration.
• Manage local disk devices.
• Perform operation and management.

Benefits To You
Maximize reliability, performance, scalability and security of your x86 and SPARC based systems in the datacenter. Get the necessary skills to deploy and implement Oracle Solaris 10, the #1 Enterprise Operating System for your mission-critical applications.

Please Note:
This course builds on the fundamentals of Oracle Solaris 10 taught in Oracle Solaris 10 Essentials.





• System Administrator
• Data Center Manager
• Network Administrator




What's Included:

  • Authorized Courseware
  • Intensive Hands on Skills Development with an Experienced Subject Matter Expert
  • Hands on practice on real Servers and extended lab support 1.800.482.3172
  • Examination Vouchers  & Onsite Certification Testing
  • Academy Code of Honor: Test Pass Guarantee
  • Optional: Package for Hotel Accommodations, Lunch and Transportation




Course Outline:


• Course goals
• Course map
• Introductions
• Classroom Environment
Introducing the Oracle Solaris 10 OS Directory Hierarchy
• Introducing File Systems
• Introducing File Components
• Identifying File Types
• Using Hard Links
Managing Local Disk Devices
• Basic architecture of a disk
• Oracle Solaris OS Naming Conventions for Devices
• Listing System Devices
• Reconfiguring Devices
• Partitioning a Hard Disk
• Extended Volume Table of Contents
Managing UFS File Systems
• Identifying Disk-Based, Distributed, and Pseudo File Systems in the Oracle Solaris OS
• Analyzing the Oracle Solaris OS UNIX File System (UFS)Creating a New UFS File System
• Checking the File System Using the fsck Command
• Resolving File System Inconsistencies
• Monitoring File System Use
Performing Mounts and Unmounts
• Identifying Mounting Basics
• Performing Mounts
• Managing ZFS File Systems
• Performing Unmounts
• Repairing Important Files if Boot Fails
• Accessing a Mounted Diskette, CD-ROM, or DVD
• Restricting Access to a Mounted Diskette, CD-ROM, or DVD
• Accessing a Diskette, CD-ROM, or DVD Without Volume Management (vold)
ZFS File System
• Describing the Oracle Solaris ZFS file system
• Understanding ZFS Terminology
• Creating New ZFS Pools and File Systems
• Destroying ZFS Pools and File Systems
• Modifying ZFS File System Properties
• Working With ZFS Snapshots and Clones
Describing Interface Configurations
• Controlling and Monitoring Network Interfaces
• Configuring Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) Interfaces at Boot Time
Performing Package Administration
• Describing the Fundamentals of Package Administration
• Administering Packages by Using the Command-Line Interface
Managing Software Patches
• Describing Patch Administration Fundamentals
• Describing Patch Administration Best Practices
• Obtaining Patches From My Oracle Support
• Installing and Removing Patches
• Installing Oracle Solaris OS Recommended Patchsets
• Implementing Patch Management by Using the smpatch command
Using Boot PROM Commands
• Introducing Boot PROM Fundamentals
• Using Basic Boot PROM Commands
• Identifying the System’s Boot Device
• Creating and Removing Custom Device Aliases
• Viewing and Changing NVRAM Parameters From the shell
• Interrupting an Unresponsive System
Using the GRand Unified Bootloader (GRUB)
• Introduction to GRUB
• Modifying x86 System Boot Behavior in the Oracle Solaris OS
• Using the findroot Command
• Managing GRUB Boot Archives
• Booting a System in the GRUB-Based Boot Environment
• Interrupting an Unresponsive System
Performing Legacy Boot and Shutdown Procedures
• Describing the Oracle Solaris SPARC boot design
• Identifying Boot Process Phases
• Identifying Run-Level Fundamentals
• Controlling Boot Processes
• Performing System Shutdown Procedures
Service Management Facility (SMF)
• Describing Service Management Facility (SMF) features
• Describing the “Secure by Default” Enhancement
Performing User Administration
• Describing the fundamentals of User Administration
• Managing User Accounts
• Managing Initialization Files
Controlling System Processes
• Viewing System Processes
• Killing Frozen Processes
• Scheduling an Automatic One-Time Execution of a Command
• Scheduling an Automatic Recurring Execution of a Command
Oracle Solaris 10 Operating System Installation Requirements
• Identifying the Hardware Requirements for Installation
• Identifying the Fundamentals of the Installations
• Identifying the Software Components for Installation
• Defining the Guidelines for Installation from a DVD
• Describing the “Secure by Default” Installation Enhancement


Academy Code of Honor:  
The Academy guarantees that students shall pass all vendor examinations during the training program or may re-attend within one year of the program completion date. Students will only be responsible for accommodations and vendor exam fees.  

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