Curso Unix Administration II

  • Linux & Suse

Curso Unix Administration II

32 horas
Visão Geral

Este Curso Unix Administration II, se concentra em fornecer aos alunos as habilidades e conhecimentos para realizar tarefas avançadas de administração do UNIX. Os alunos aprenderão sobre os fundamentos da rede, como usar os Consoles de gerenciamento Solaris, configurar um cliente e servidor NFS, trabalhar com listas de controle de acesso, gerenciar logs de sistema, trabalhar com serviços de nomenclatura, configurar clientes DNS e LDAP e configurar um servidor NIS .

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

Networking Essentials

  1. MAC Addresses
  2. The ifconfig Command
  3. Network Packets
  4. Network Configuration at Boot Time
  5. Reconfiguring Network Information
  6. Additional Resources

The Client-Server Model

  1. Client Processes
  2. Server Processes
  3. The inetd Daemon
  4. Network Ports
  5. RPC Services
  6. Additional Resources

Using the Solaris Management Console

  1. The Solaris Management Console Server
  2. The Toolbox Editor
  3. Add a URL
  4. Add a Tool
  5. Verify Toolboxes
  6. Additional Resources

Swap Space Administration

  1. Virtual Memory
  2. Swap Space
  3. Viewing Swap Space
  4. Adding a Temporary Swap File
  5. Removing a Temporary Swap File
  6. Adding a Permanent Swap File
  7. Adding a Swap Partition
  8. Additional Resources

Administering Dump Files

  1. Crash Dumps
  2. Dump Configuration
  3. Core Files
  4. Core File Configuration
  5. Additional Resources

NFS

  1. What is NFS?
  2. NFS Benefits
  3. NFS Daemons
  4. Starting Server Daemons
  5. Setting up a NFS Server
  6. Setting up a NFS Client
  7. Common NFS Errors
  8. NFS Logging
  9. Using Solaris Management Console to Administer NFS
  10. Additional Resources

AutoFS

  1. AutoFS Essentials
  2. Automount Mapps
  3. The Master Map
  4. Indirect Maps
  5. Direct Maps
  6. Special Maps
  7. Controlling the automountd Daemon
  8. The automount Command
  9. Additional Resources

RAID

  1. RAID Basics
  2. Hardware and Software RAIDs
  3. RAID Levels
  4. RAID Tips
  5. Additional Resources

Volume Management

  1. Logical Volumes
  2. The State Database
  3. Creating a State Database
  4. Creating a Level 0 RAID
  5. Creating a Level 1RAID
  6. Viewing Logical Device Information
  7. Making the root Partition a RAID Device
  8. Additional Resources
  9. Access Control Lists
  10. Access Control Lists Essentials
  11. Displaying ACLs
  12. Setting ACLs
  13. Modifying ACLs
  14. The mask Setting
  15. Removing ACLs
  16. Copy an ACL from One File to Another
  17. Default ACLs
  18. ACLs and the File Manager
  19. Additional Resources

RBAC

  1. RBAC Essentials
  2. Profile Shells
  3. RBAC Databases
  4. Using SMC to Manage RBAC
  5. Administrating RBAC via the Command Line
  6. Additional Resources

Smartcard Authentication

  1. Smartcard Essentials
  2. OCF Server
  3. SmartCard Console
  4. The smartcard Command
  5. Additional Resources

System Logs

  1. System Log Essentials
  2. The /etc/syslog.conf File
  3. The m4 Macro Processor
  4. The Default /etc/syslog.conf File
  5. Monitoring System Log Files
  6. The logger Command
  7. Using the SMC Log Viewer
  8. The syslogd Daemon Options
  9. Additional Resources

Name Services Essentials

  1. Naming Services
  2. The /etc Files
  3. DNS Overview
  4. NIS Overview
  5. NIS+ Overview
  6. LDAP Overview
  7. The /etc/nsswitch.conf File
  8. The Name Service Cache Daemon
  9. The getent Command
  10. Additional Resources

DNS and LDAP Client Configuration

  1. Introduction to Naming Service Client Setup
  2. Setting up a DNS Client
  3. Setting up a LDAP Client
  4. Additional Resources

NIS Server

  1. Introducing NIS
  2. NIS Daemons
  3. Configuring the NIS Master Server
  4. Configuring a NIS Client
  5. Configuring a NIS Slave Server
  6. Authorizing NIS Clients
  7. Additional Resources

Shell Programming Basics

  1. Commenting Programs
  2. Magic Cookie
  3. Finding Commands
  4. The echo Command
  5. Using Variables
  6. Local Variables
  7. Environment Variables
  8. Referencing Variable’s Values
  9. Reading Values into Variables
  10. Default Values
  11. Special Variables
  12. The if Statement
  13. The while Statement
  14. The until Statement
  15. The break Statement
  16. The continue Statement
  17. The case Statement
  18. The for Loop
  19. Numeric comparison
  20. String Comparisons
  21. File Status Checking
  22. Outcome of UNIX Commands
  23. Complex Conditionals
  24. Additional Resources
TENHO INTERESSE

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