UNIX/LINUX Core Administration Skills
(UCORE, 5 days)


Description

This SETC certified course is designed for advance users who are moving to Unix or Linux administration. Students will get a chance to install their own servers, as well as configure the filesystems, daemons, users, groups, backup and networking. Since each student has their own sandboxed server, they will be exposed to the inner working of the operating system, allowing them to understand how memory, processes and daemons are managed by the operating system.

Dates and Pricing


Jan 8 to Jan 12, 2018$2,775/person Feb 5 to Feb 9, 2018$2,775/person Mar 5 to Mar 9, 2018$2,775/person

Outline

UNIX/LINUX system essentials
The UNIX/LINUX Architecture
UNIX/LINUX shells
Files, directories, links
UNIX/LINUX hierarchy
Basic UNIX/LINUX Commands
Shutting down UNIX/LINUX
Installing UNIX/LINUX
UNIX/LINUX Startup
About Daemon Threads
UNIX/LINUX Memory Architecture
Virtual Memory and Memory Usage
UNIX/LINUX Hard Disk Architecture
About Partitioning
File Systems and Printing
UNIX/LINUX, DOS and CD-ROM file systems
Making File Systems
Mounting File Systems
Checking Consistency
File System Configuration
Configuring Printing Services
UNIX/LINUX Security
The UNIX/LINUX Security Architecture
The Root and the Super-User
Setting up User Accounts
Start-up Files
Password Policies and Aging
Directory Security
Scripting for Security
Intrusion Detection
Remote Access
Software Distribution
Installation Overview
Adding packages
Removing packages
Backup and Recovery
The Need for Backups
Planning for Backups
UNIX/LINUX Backup Utilities
Performing the Backup
The Restore Strategy
The Restore Process
Monitoring
Overview of Monitoring Tools
Checking Disk Usage
Checking Memory Use
Tracking Processes
Kernel Configuration
Networking
TCP-IP Overview
Planning IP Addresses
Using Remote Commands
Using the Secure Shell
Network Applications
Network Services Overview
DNS
DNS Utilities
DHCP
File and print sharing
NIS and NFS configuration
Setting up the Automounter
Configuring a print server
System Administration Checklist