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Solaris 10 Features for Experienced Solaris System Admin

  • Price £2,750.00
  • Duration 5 day(s)
All major credit cards accepted

Description

The highly versatile Solaris 10 Operating System offers a great balance of new and unique features that support a wide variety of Sun’s new hardware. Based on the Solaris 10 Update 3 Operating System release, the Solaris 10 Features for Experienced System Administrators course guides you through an in-depth exploration of the robust functionality found in Sun’s flagship operating system. You will be instructed in how to set up, configure, and administer some of the most distinctive Solaris features including: Solaris Zones, ZFS, DTrace, Predictive Self-Healing, Solaris Trusted Extensions, and operating system installation.

Who Can Benefit
Students who can benefit from this course are experienced system administrators and system architects with direct experience working with the Solaris 8, Solaris 9 or Solaris 10 Operating Systems.

Prerequisites

To succeed fully in this course, students should be able to administer the Solaris 10 OS.

Skills

Delegates will learn how to:

•Configure and administer the new features of Solaris Zones
•Administer the ZFS file system
•Set up and administer the new features of Predictive Self-Healing
•Explore DTrace fundamentals
•Set up and administer the Network File System (NFS) Version 4 protocol
•Explore changes to Solaris 10 installation
•Install, configure, and administer Solaris Trusted Extensions

Course Content

Module 1 – Solaris Zones Configuration

•Identify the features of Solaris Zones partitioning technology
•Understand how and why zone partitioning is used
•Configure zones
•Verify zone configuration
•Export zone configuration
•Install zones
 

Module 2 – Solaris Zones Administration

•Verify zone configurations
•Install zones
•Boot zones
•Open a zone console
•Rename zones
•Move a zone
•Clone a zone
•Back up and restore non-global zones
•Migrate zones from one machine to another
•Describe system upgrades with non-global zones installed
•Administer packages in zones
•Remove zones
•Configure resource pools
•Configure the zone-wide resource controls
•Establish physical memory controls using the resource capping daemon
 

Module 3 – Introduction to the Solaris ZFS File System

•Describe the Solaris ZFS file system
•Create new Solaris ZFS pools and file systems
•Modify Solaris ZFS file system properties
•Mount and unmount Solaris ZFS file systems
•Destroy Solaris ZFS pools and file systems
•Work with Solaris ZFS snapshots and Clones
•Use Solaris ZFS datasets with Solaris Zones
 

Module 4 – Predictive Self-Healing

•List the benefits of Predictive Self-Healing
•Determine the relationship of Fault Management Architecture (FMA) to Sun’s Predictive Self-Healing capability
•Determine the relationship of Service Management Facility (SMF) to Sun’s Predictive Self-Healing capability
•Explore features of the Fault Management Architecture
•Explore features of the Service Management Facility
 

Module 5 – DTrace Fundamentals

•Describe the features of the Solaris Dynamic Tracing (DTrace) facility
•Describe the DTrace architecture
•List and enable probes, and create action statements and D scripts
 

Module 6 – NFS Changes

•Describe NFS enhancements
•Describe the enhancements to Network File System version 4 (NFS version 4)
•Describe NFS hardware and software requirements, dependencies, and limitations
 

Module 7 – Security Changes

•Describe the Least Privilege Model
•Explain the Solaris OS Cryptographic Framework (SCF)
•Understand the Hardware Accelerator for Internet Key Exchange (IKE)
•Explain and use the Solaris IP Filter firewall
•Describe the benefits of Solaris(TM) Trusted Extensions
•Install and remove Solaris Trusted Extensions software
•Identify key features of the Solaris Trusted Extensions software
 

Module 8 – Solaris 10 Operating System Installation Changes

•Describe the limitations of upgrading the Solaris OS in non-global zones
•Configure multiple network interfaces during installation
•Describe how disk partition tables can be modified using an existing Volume Table of Contents (VTOC)
•Describe the Reduced Networking Software Group
•Explore changes to the Solaris JumpStart software and configure, enable, and troubleshoot JumpStart
•Identify the changes to Flash archives
•Identify changes to the Solaris Live Upgrade boot environment and configure, enable, and troubleshoot the Live Upgrade boot capability
•Describe the wide area network (WAN) Boot utility and configure, enable, and troubleshoot the WAN Boot utility
•Explore package and patch web installation and configure, enable, and troubleshoot package and patch web installation
•Describe the installation license panel

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