Red Hat Linux: Amministrazione di Sistema

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Obiettivo del corso: Il corso è stato progettato per permettere ad utenti Linux (o UNIX) di amministrare un sistema Red Hat Linux e configurare una workstation. Al termine del corso i partecipanti saranno in grado di:.

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OBIETTIVI:

Il corso è stato progettato per permettere ad utenti Linux (o UNIX) di amministrare un sistema Red Hat Linux e configurare una workstation. Al termine del corso i partecipanti saranno in grado di:
  • Installare Red Hat Linux
  • Controllare e gestire dell'hardware
  • Creare e gestire Linux filesystem
  • Capire il sistema e inizializzare i servizi
  • Amministrare utenti e gruppi
  • Automatizzare eventi con at, cron, e anacron
  • Configurare, compilare e installare il kernel
  • Gestire la memoria e i processi
  • Effettuare semplici operazioni di troubleshooting

    PREREQUISITI:

    Il corso Introduzione a Red Hat Linux o esperienza equivalente su Red Hat Linux AGENDA:

    Hardware, Device Configuration and Installation
  • Supported Hardware
  • Hardware Considerations
  • Devices Files and Drivers
  • Red Hat Linux Device Aliases
  • Device Configuration
  • Additional PCI Utilities
  • RAM Size and Recognition
  • Block Devices and Filesystems
  • Filesystem Schemes
  • The Red Hat Installer
  • Installer Features
  • Red Hat Linux Installation
  • Partitioning Hard Drives
  • Software RAID
  • Network Configuration
  • Package Selection
  • Validating the Installation
  • Port-Installation Configuration
  • System Configuration

    Lab : Installing Red Hat Linux
  • Linux Filesystems
  • Disk Structure
  • Disk Partitioning
  • Fdisk and Friends
  • Creating Filesystems
  • Filesystem Attributes
  • Mounting Filesystems
  • mount options
  • Important NFS mount options
  • /etc/fstab - mount recipes
  • Unmounting Filesystems
  • Dealing with Floppy Diskettes
  • Creating Swap Areas
  • Filesystem Maintenance
  • Determining Disk Usage
  • Final Review: Adding a Drive
  • Lab: Using autofs and Adding Swap

    System Initialization and Services
  • Boot Sequence
  • BIOS Initialization
  • Linux Boot Loader
  • Kernel Initialization
  • init Initialization
  • Terminal Management
  • init Initialization - /etc/rc.sysinit
  • SysV Runlevels
  • /etc/rc.local
  • Controlling rcX.d init Scripts
  • Run Levels Demonstration
  • Daemon Processes
  • System Shutdown
  • System Reboot
  • Lab: Managing Startup

    User Administration
  • User Policy Considerations
  • The User Account Database - /etc/passwd
  • Adding a New User Account
  • Modifying/Deleting Accounts
  • Password Aging Policies
  • Group Administration
  • Switching Accounts
  • File Ownership
  • File Permissions
  • SUID/SGID Executables
  • The Sticky Bit
  • The SetGID Access
  • Mode
  • Default File Permissions
  • User Private Groups
  • User's Environment
  • Lab: User and Group Administration

    Network Configuration
  • Device Recognition
  • Network Interfaces
  • Address Resolution Protocol
  • ifconfig
  • ifup / ifdown
  • Interface Configuration Files
  • Multiple NICs
  • Binding Multiple IP Addresses
  • DHCP/BOOTP
  • Configuration Utilities
  • Allowing User Control of Network Interfaces
  • Basic IP Routes
  • Default Route
  • IP Forwarding
  • Global Network Parameters
  • Name Resolution
  • DNS Client Configuration
  • DNS Troubleshooting
  • PPP Client Configuration
  • Network Diagnostics
  • Lab: Static Network Settings

    SysAdmin Tools
  • Printer Administration
  • Using printtool
  • LPRng Configuration Files
  • LPRng Utilities
  • Task Automation
  • Using at
  • Controlling Access to at
  • Using cron
  • Crontab format
  • System Crontab Files
  • Controlling Access to cron
  • Using anacron
  • The anacrontab file
  • Using tmpwatch
  • System Log Configuration
  • System Logging
  • Maintaining Logs
  • Finding Files
  • Managing whatis
  • System Monitoring
  • Backup to Tape
  • Controlling Tape Drives
  • Backup/Archive Utilities
  • Using tar
  • Using dump / restore
  • Remote Backups
  • RPM Package Manager
  • RPM Queries
  • RPM Options
  • RPM - Installing and Upgrading
  • Removing Packages with RPM
  • rpmfind
  • strace
  • Sending Massages to Users
  • Sources of Help
  • Lab: SysAdmin Tools

    Alternate Installation Methods
  • Laptops
  • Multiboot Systems
  • LILO Components
  • The LILO Map Installer
  • The LILO Boot Prompt
  • Serial Console Installation
  • Expert Mode
  • Driver Disks
  • Using kickstart to Automate Installation
  • Lab: Alternate Installation Methods

    Kernel Services and Recompilation and Software RAID
  • Kernel Concepts
  • Kernel Modules
  • Kernel Compilation: Preliminaries
  • Kernel Compilation: Configuration
  • Kernel Compilation: Compilation and Installation
  • Kernel Compilation: Post-Installation
  • The Linux Quota System
  • The /proc Filesystem
  • Lab: Kernel Services and Configuration

    The X Window System
  • The X Window System
  • The X Protocol
  • Network Transparent
  • X Security
  • xauth with ssh
  • X Modularity
  • Window Managers
  • Display Managers
  • XFree86 Startup

    Troubleshooting
  • Troubleshooting
  • Things to Check: X
  • Things to Check: Services
  • Things to Check: Networking
  • Things to Check: Booting
  • Recovery Run-Levels
  • Filesystem Corruption
  • Boot Floppies
  • Rescue Environment
  • Lab : Troubleshooting

    NOTE:

    Dettagli

    Calendario

    05/02/2007 Roma

    05/03/2007 Roma

    09/10/2007 Roma

    11/12/2007 Roma

    DURATA

    4 gg

    PREZZO

    1380 Euro

    LINGUA

    ITA

    TIPO DI CORSO

    DESTINATARI

    - Amministratori di sistema

    - Sistemisti

    - Sviluppatori

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