Course Overview:

This Solaris training course is for the student who requires in-depth skills to manage a complex Solaris environment.  This training class is an aggressive accelerated course that gets under the hood of Solaris.

Attendees to S-410: Solaris 10 Administration In-Depth and Troubleshooting will receive TechNow approved course materials and expert instruction.


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Duration: 10 days

Course Objectives:

  • Day 1 and 2: Accelerated Solaris Skills
    • UNIX Overview
    • UNIX Command Line Skills
    • Managing and Controlling Access to Files
    • Batch Scripting and Tools
    • Regular Expressions, Pipelines, and IO Redirection
    • Text File Manipulation
    • Network Commands
    • Managing UNIX Processes
    • GNOME Graphical Desktop
  • Days 3-5: Solaris Administration
    • Installation
    • Performing Systems Boot Procedures
    • Performing File System Administration
    • Performing Disk Management
    • Performing User Administration
    • Performing Security Administration
    • Managing Network Printers & System Processes
    • Performing System Backups & Restores
    • Working with the Solaris Network Environment
    • Managing Virtual File Systems & Core Dumps
    • Managing Storage Volumes
  • Days 6-8: Advanced Solaris Administration
    • Managing Access Control & System Messaging
    • Managing Naming Services
    • Configuring and Managing Solaris Zones
    • Solaris Zones Configuration and Administration
    • Overview and Advanced Techniques Utilizing ZFS
    • Custom Configuration of Service Management Facility (SMF)
    • Utilizing the Advanced Privileges Model of Solaris 10
  • Days 9 and 10: Solaris Troubleshooting
    • General Troubleshooting
    • Methodology
    • Root Cause Analysis
    • Intermittent Problems
    • Service Management Facility
    • Zones
    • UFS File Systems
    • ZFS File Systems
    • Performance and System Monitoring Commands


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Latest comments from students

User: kcicoria

Instructor comments: Great Instructor

Facilities comments: The chairs were not very comfortable.

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