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Solaris 9 System Administrator 310-014/310-015 Online Course

12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30

Summary:
This series helps the learner prepare for the two exams required to obtain the Sun Certified System Administrator for Solaris 9 certification (310-014 and 310-015). After taking the series, learners will be able to perform essential system administration procedures and administer a networked server running on the Solaris operating system.

Certification:
Solaris 9 Certification 310-014 and 310-015

Audience:
This series is for anyone preparing for Sun Certified System Administrator (SCSA) Exams 310-014 and 310-015 or anyone who wants an introduction to essential Solaris 9 system administration procedures.

Features:
●  Courses challenge the learner with a variety of question formats, including multi-step simulations, true/false, multiple choice, and fill-in-the-blank.
●  A skill assessment generates a customized learning path based on the results of a pre-test.
●  A glossary provides a reference for definitions of unfamiliar terms.
●  A Course Topics list contains active hyperlinks, permitting quick access to specific topics.
●  Bookmarking tracks a learner's progress in a course.
●  Search text enables learners to rapidly search all text within a course to easily retrieve information required.

Topics included in this course:
Solaris 9 System Administrator 310-014/310-015 : Installation and Maintenance
Solaris 9 System Administrator 310-014/310-015 : The User Environment and System Security
Solaris 9 System Administrator 310-014/310-015 : File and Disk Administration
Solaris 9 System Administrator 310-014/310-015 : Backups, Printing, and the Network Environment
Solaris 9 System Administrator 310-014/310-015 : Access Control, Syslog, and Advanced Disk Management
Solaris 9 System Administrator 310-014/310-015 : Network File System and Name Services
Solaris 9 System Administrator 310-014/310-015 : Practice Exams

Solaris 9 System Administrator 310-014/310-015 : Installation and Maintenance
Summary:
This course teaches learners the basic system administrator skills of installing, upgrading and maintaining a Solaris 9 system.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Install Solaris
Add, check, and remove packages
Add and remove patches
Using OpenBoot commands
Perform a system boot and control boot processes
Perform a system shutdown

Topics:
Installing Solaris 9
Upgrading an existing Solaris system
Installing and removing software packages
Installing patches
Determining and removing patches
Installing patches with the Solaris Management Console
Using OpenBoot commands
The SPARC boot process
System run levels
Run control scripts
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Solaris 9 System Administrator 310-014/310-015 : The User Environment and System Security
Summary:
In this course, learners will examine how to administer user accounts, as well as control system access, data access, system processes, and system programs. As a result, learners will be better able to maintain Solaris 9 user environments and ensure secure systems.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Create and delete both user and group accounts
Restrict and monitor both user accounts and the superuser account
Change default and existing file permissions, as well file ownership
View process attributes using the ps, prstat, and pgrep commands
Terminate processes using the kill and pkill commands
Schedule processes using and control the use of the cron and at commands

Topics:
User accounts
Group accounts
Password administration
Administrative system files
User account initialization
The superuser account
Login and logout procedures
Commands to identify and monitor users
File permissions
File ownership
Viewing and terminating processes
Scheduling processes
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Solaris 9 System Administrator 310-014/310-015 : File and Disk Administration
Summary:
In this course, learners will focus on how to administer the file and disk system, including file system basics and special disk operations. This will help prepare learners to administer file and disk systems as Solaris 9 system administrators.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Manipulate directories and files
Identify file type using the ls command
Display physical, logical, and instance names
Partition disks and display partition tables
Use raw and block logical device names
Manage swap space, crash dump, and core file configurations

Topics:
Basic file systems
The Unix directory tree
Solaris pseudo-file systems
Disk device names
Hot-plugging and dynamic reconfiguration
Disk administration
File system administration
Accessing data on CD-ROMS and floppy disks
Swap space management
Core file management
Crash dump management
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Solaris 9 System Administrator 310-014/310-015 : Backups, Printing, and the Network Environment
Summary:
This course teaches learners to back up and restore the system, manage print configurations, and administer a Solaris 9 network, enabling them to develop an appropriate backup strategy, manage print services, and implement a variety of networking concepts.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Use the mt, ufsdump, ufsrestore, and fssnap commands
Back up and restore file systems, directories, and files
Modify printer configurations
Monitor, cancel, move, and prioritize print requests
Configure TCP/IP on a Solaris 9 system
Distinguish standalone, diskless, and AutoClient configurations

Topics:
Backup strategies
Backup and restore capabilities
The tar, cpio, and find commands
LP print service
Print commands
Networking models
Checking network connectivity
ONC and the RPC mechanism
Solaris network environment
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Solaris 9 System Administrator 310-014/310-015 : Access Control, Syslog, and Advanced Disk Management
Summary:
This course shows learners how to set and display Access Control Lists (ACLs), configure Role-Based Access Control (RBAC), use the syslog facility, and improve availability using a virtual disk management system. It also covers advanced installation techniques. After taking this course, learners will be better prepared to manage system access and perform an advanced installation.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Set and display ACLs for files and directories
Create, display, and designate RBAC assignments
Configure the syslog facility
Preconfigure system installation information
Set up and use an over-the-network installation
Create and administer Flash archives

Topics:
Access Control Lists
Role-Based Access Control
Managing the RBAC
The syslog facility
Virtual disk management
Server installation
Over-the-network installation
JumpStart
WebStart Flash
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Solaris 9 System Administrator 310-014/310-015 : Network File System and Name Services
Summary:
This course teaches learners to administer the Network File System (NFS) and Network Information Service (NIS).

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Share, unshare, mount, and unmount NFS resources
Configure NFS logging
Manage a CacheFS cache
Configure the name service switch
Configure NIS servers and clients
Update and add NIS maps

Topics:
WebNFS environments
Mounting NFS resources
WebNFS
The auto file system service
The cache file system service
Solaris name service
The name service switch
Network information service
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Solaris 9 System Administrator 310-014/310-015 : Practice Exams
Summary:
This course provides two practice exams for the Sun Certified System Administrator (SCSA) 310-014 and 310-015 exams. This gives learners the opportunity to assess their readiness to take the exam and identify topic areas in which they may need additional study and practice.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Practice for the Sun Certified System Administrator (SCSA) 310-014 and 310-015 exams.

Topics:
Key Facts
Practice Exam 1
Practice Exam 2
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12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30