Individuals who are responsible for the day to day administering of
the Solaris Operating System.
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Operating System Fundamentals
- Solaris Concepts and Basics
- Solaris Files (manipulating and printing files, directories)
- Shell Basics (history, alias, environment variables)
- Using the Korn/Bourne/C Shell
- Solaris Processes (
kill commands, process scheduling)
- An Introduction to Korn/Bourne/C Shell Programming
- Solaris Data Tools (
- Solaris Productivity Tools (
- An Introduction to System Administration
- System Management Tools
- System Administration Tasks (user and device management)
- Solaris File Systems
- Backup and Recovery
- Solaris Communications Overview (TCP/IP, NFS, NIS, UUCP)
- Using Graphical User Interfaces
- Managing ASCII Terminals
Students are invited to bring their current ideas and questions to the
classroom for discussion. Case studies, lecture, group problem
solving, and online laboratories will be used. Students will be
encouraged to enhance their skills utilizing the techniques presented
through classroom problem solving and controlled online workshops.
- Use commands to manipulate files (including using the editor),
- Navigate through the file system,
- Manage processes,
- Customize the system environment,
- Use system management tools to:
- Partition disk space,
- Load software,
- Add new users and devices, and
- Properly start up and shut down the system.
Completion of certain labs is dependent upon appropriate physical
access to the machine used for the workshops, as well as
authority for security-related topics.
Selection based on customer preference.