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Linux System Administrator course is designed to give candidates the skills and knowledge needed to be a successful and qualified Linux Administrator. Students learn how to install, configure and maintain a Linux system in a networked environment. They will be learning everything i.e Starting from Linux installation to security administration, networking concepts, file system management, system services, Kernel services, Linux configuration.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be prepared to maintain Linux systems in a networked environment. Different job roles such as Linux Administrator, Linux Cluster Admin, Linux Administrator - UNIX, System Administrator - Linux, and Linux Server Administrator are available for students completing the course.
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The System Administrator Information resources to be provided before training from Books, Internet, Online documents
System administrator duties and tasks
Boot and Shutdown Run levels.
Processes and daemons. Configure startup sripts. (Workshop)
Add user. (Workshop).
User and system security.
User environment (Workshop)
Shell startup scripts.
What not to do in startup scripts
Other dot files
File Management. (Workshop) File system structure.
Manage disk storage
Fix errors on disk, Mount Links: hard, symbolic
Permission Permission bits. Special permission. ACLs Quotas.
Setting a printer.
Printing to a remote printer. Printing to an MS Windows printer
Selecting the backup devices and software.
Automating the backup procedure. (Workshop)
Third party product overview
Maps to define an Automount mechanism.
How it works.
Comparison to MS Windows.
X11 setup files. (Workshop) Window manager and its startup files. (Workshop) XDM. (Workshop)
System Administrator Tools.
Monitor processes: truss/strace, ps top.
Monitor network: lsof, netstat
Working with files: strings, awk, od, du, df, find. Misc: which, whereis, dmesg, Logfiles.
Operating System Installation. (Workshop)
Patches. Installing and removing packages (RPM). Download compile and install using source code.
Get the kernel source code.
Add new adapter and update drivers. Kernel upgrade. (Workshop)
Installing from Source
Where can you get the source code?
What are the benefits of starting from source code products? Downloading and extracting the packages. Configuring the package.
Installing the package.
The proc Filesystem
map of /proc.
Hardware information. Kernel information. Kernel settings.
Monitoring the System
Swap space tunings.
Detecting physical memory shortage.
System resource loads: CPU, I/O, Disk. Raid disks. Setting limits to processes. Measuring network load.