Curso Unix Administration I

  • Linux & Suse

Curso Unix Administration I

32 horas
Visão Geral

Este Curso Unix Administration I de 32 horas, se concentra em fornecer aos alunos as habilidades e conhecimentos para realizar tarefas de administração do sistema. Os alunos aprenderão sobre o PROM de inicialização aberta, como utilizar patches, manipular contas de usuário, gerenciar a segurança do sistema, configurar sistemas de arquivos, utilizar os comandos mount e umount, fazer backup e restaurar o sistema, configurar rede remota e gerenciar a fila de impressão.

Objetivo

Este Curso Unix System Administration de 32 horas tem como objetivo apresenta aos usuários Linux e Unix as tarefas necessárias para administrar seu próprio sistema.

O Curso Unix System Administration começa com a administração de contas de usuários e grupos e, em seguida, passa para o gerenciamento de arquivos, sistema de arquivos e disco.

Vários comandos de arquivamento são mostrados junto com as estratégias de backup.

Publico Alvo
  • Usuários e / ou administradores do UNIX interessados ​​em obter uma compreensão abrangente dos aspectos administrativos do sistema operacional UNIX.
Informações Gerais
  • Carga horaria, 32h
  • Se noturno este curso e ministrado de segunda-feira a sexta-feira das 19h às 23h, total de 8 noites,
  • Se aos sábados este curso e ministrado das 09h às 18h, total de 4 sábados,
  • Se integral este curso e ministrado das 09h às 18h, total de 4 dias,

Formato de entrega:

  1. On-line ao vivo na presença de um instrutor via Plataforma de Vídeo conferência Microsoft Teams 
Materiais
Português/Inglês
Conteúdo Programatico

Administration

  1. Brief History of UNIX
  2. Three Parts of the OS
  3. Default Shells
  4. Add-On Shells
  5. Terms
  6. Man Pages and Other Documentation
  7. Additional Resources

Hardware Requirements for Solaris

  1. Installation Methods
  2. Bringing the System Down
  3. Starting the Installation
  4. Step-by-Step Installation Options
  5. Additional Resources

Post Installation

  1. Configuring the Host Table
  2. Post Install Files
  3. Displaying Disk Usage by Directory
  4. Displaying Disk Usage by Filesystem
  5. Displaying Disk Usage by User
  6. Introduction to the Solaris Management Console
  7. Additional Resources

The Open Boot PROM

  1. What is the Open Boot PROM?
  2. Displaying Basic System Information
  3. Getting Help
  4. Displaying SCSI or IDE Devices
  5. Displaying Device Alias Names
  6. Creating Custom Device Alias Names
  7. Displaying PROM Variables
  8. Setting PROM Variables
  9. Resetting PROM Variables to Factory Preset
  10. Booting from PROM
  11. Recovering from a stop-a
  12. Additional Resources

Software Administration

  1. Displaying Package Information
  2. Removing Packages
  3. Adding Packages via Scripts or the Command Line
  4. Spooling Packages
  5. Installing from Spooled Package
  6. Removing a Spooled Package
  7. The pkgchk Command
  8. Review of the /var/sadm Files
  9. Using admintool to Administer Packages
  10. Additional Resources

Patches

  1. What are Patches?
  2. Where to Get Patches
  3. Patch Reports
  4. Patch Documentation
  5. Preparing Patches
  6. Installing Patches
  7. The /var/sadm/patch Directory
  8. Displaying Installed Patches
  9. Removing Patches
  10. Additional Resources

User Accounts

  1. The /etc/passwd File
  2. The /etc/shadow File
  3. The /etc/group File
  4. Using Admintool to Administer Group and User Accounts
  5. Using smuser and smgroup to Administer Group and User Accounts
  6. Using Solaris Management Console to Administer Group and User Accounts
  7. Adding Group Accounts via the Command Line
  8. Deleting Group Accounts via the Command Line
  9. Adding User Accounts via the Command Line
  10. Deleting User Accounts via the Command Line
  11. Additional Resources

System Security

  1. Password Security
  2. Recording Failed Login Attempts
  3. Shifting to Another Account
  4. User Information
  5. Changing the User Ownership of a File
  6. Changing the Group Ownership of a File
  7. Who is Logged in Now?
  8. Who has Logged in the Past?
  9. Controlling Logging In
  10. Controlling su Attempts
  11. Preventing stop-a
  12. Preventing FTP Access
  13. Additional Resources

Administering Initialization Files

  1. What are Initialization Files?
  2. A Review of Common Customizations
  3. Bourne Shell Initialization Files
  4. Korn Shell Initialization Files
  5. C Shell Initialization Files
  6. Testing Initialization Files
  7. Additional Resources
  8. Permissions
  9. Basic UNIX Permissions
  10. Setting Default Permissions
  11. Special Permission: setuid
  12. Special Permission: setgid
  13. Special Permission: sticky bit
  14. Additional Resources

Boot Process

  1. Run Levels
  2. Overview of the Boot Phases
  3. The init Phase
  4. Modifying a Run Level
  5. Changing to Different Run Levels
  6. Displaying Boot Messages
  7. Additional Resources

Directory Hierarchy

  1. Physical Device Names
  2. Logical Device Names
  3. The /etc/path_to_inst File
  4. Displaying Devices
  5. Virtual Filesystems vs. Physical Filesystems
  6. Why Have Partitions?
  7. The format Utility
  8. Partitioning with SMC
  9. Filesystem Types
  10. The UNIX Filesystem
  11. Creating a New Filesystem
  12. Adding New Devices
  13. Additional Resources

Local Disk Management

  1. What is Mounting?
  2. The mount Command
  3. Mount Rules
  4. The umount Command
  5. umount Rules
  6. Mounting Automatically at Boot
  7. The mountall Command
  8. The umountall Command
  9. Review: The df Command
  10. Mountain PCFS and HSFS
  11. Mounting from the CD-ROM
  12. Additional Resources

Configuring Filesystems

  1. Why Filesystems Break
  2. Fixing Filesystems with fsck
  3. Additional Resources

Administering Process

  1. Listing and Stopping Processes
  2. CDE Process Manager (Solaris 8 and Higher Only)
  3. The prstat Command (Solaris 8 and Higher Only)
  4. The Solaris Management Console (Solaris 9 and Higher Only)
  5. The ps and kill Commands

The pgrep and pkill Commands (Solaris 8 and Higher Only)

  1. The xkill Command
  2. Controlling Job Priority
  3. Using crontab
  4. Using the at Command
  5. Additional Resources

Backup and Recovery

  1. Why Perform Backups?
  2. Full and Incremental Backups
  3. Logical Tape Device Names
  4. The ufsdump Command
  5. Backing up the / and /usr Filesystems
  6. The ufsrestore Command
  7. The restoresymtable File
  8. Restoring the / Filesystem
  9. The mt Command
  10. The tar Command
  11. Compressing Large Files: compress
  12. Compressing Large Files: gzip
  13. Compressing Large Files: zip
  14. Encoding Binary Files
  15. Emailing Files
  16. UFS Snapshots
  17. Additional Resources

Networking

  1. Setting up Remote Access Authentication
  2. Remote Login
  3. Remote Shell
  4. Remote Copy
  5. rlogin vs. telnet
  6. Restricting telnet
  7. Review: /etc/default/login
  8. rcp vs. FTP
  9. Restricting FTP
  10. Disabling rlogin, rsh and rcp
  11. Displaying Remote Users
  12. Checking the Status of Machines
  13. Additional Resources

Printing

  1. Using admintool to Set Up Network Printers
  2. Printing Files
  3. Monitoring the Print Queue
  4. Canceling Print Jobs
  5. Specifying a Default Printer
  6. Printer Classes
  7. Checking Printer Status
  8. Managing the Print Queue
  9. Printing with Different Priorities
  10. Rejecting Print Jobs
  11. Moving Print Jobs
  12. Recovering from Common Printer Problems
  13. Removing a Printer
  14. Additional Resources
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