UNIX – Sun Solaris Administration
LSA Training believes that practical skills are an essential part of competence in some disciplines. Practical work also helps students develop expertise in critical enquiry, problem solving, experimental design, data analysis and presentation, and a long list of important academic and professional abilities.
Duration: 5 days ( 40 Hours )
- Week day Batches:( Mon & Fri 9am to 5pm ) 5 Days
- Weekends Batches: ( Sat & Sun 10am to 4pm ) 4 weekends
Who can join?
Any IT or non IT literate. With BASIC UNIX COMMANDS
Cost effective & Affordability
We do not compare ourselves with other institutes offering similar courses; because we at LSA Training believe in Quality education and we don’t compromise on it. LSA has made this course highly cost effective and competitive on price.
On Hand Job Experience with case study
LSA Training believes that practical skills are an essential part of competence in some disciplines. Practical work also helps students develop expertise in critical enquiry, problem solving, experimental design, data analysis and presentation, and a long list of important academic and professional abilities. As practical intelligence is highly valued by professionals in many fields, and by those who employ them, the training has job application case studies for better understandings.
We at LSA Training aims that every graduate finds employment in his / her field after completing their training. Bases on terms and conditions applied, Placement assistance by the Institution is a permanent part of the student’s career and you will be eligible to use the services of the Career Planning and Placement Department at any time during your IT career.
LSA Training situated at York House, Centrally located to Wembley Park & Wembley Central Station is a modern, purpose built college, very well placed for quick access. The College and Class rooms have natural light, state of the art centralized air conditioning, spacious areas, and the best technical facilities.
- Understanding different hosts in Solaris Environment
- Understanding types of servers and clients in Solaris Environment
- Understanding CDE environment on Sun-Solaris
- Installation of Sun-Solaris on SPARC and INTEL
- Installation on standalone
- Network installation
- Introduction to file system
- Understanding different types of file systems
- Creating a file system using format command
- Converting the file system to UFS using newfs
- Mounting and un-mounting file systems
- Understanding vfstab and mnttab files
- Inconsistency checking using fsck
- Troubleshooting file systems with fsck
- Understanding types of groups
- Creating groups, modifying and deleting
- Creating users, modifying and deleting
- Administration of initialization files and customizing
- Monitoring of users
- Understanding password aging
- Advance file permissions using ACL
- RBAC with RBAC and administer can assign privileged functions to specific user accounts
- System security
- Understanding booting process on SPARC & INTEL
- Understanding commands under OK prompt
- Understanding different types of run levels
- Understanding default run level and customizing
- Understanding R-C scripts
- Adding and modifying run control scripts ( R-C scripts )
- Understanding different types of shutdown commands
- Changing the init phases
- Understanding different types of file systems like UFS, PCFS, NFS, HSFS, CACHEFS, AUTOFS, UDFS, LOFS
- Mounting and un-mounting CD’s
- Understanding types of backups
- Understanding various file backups using tar, cpio, dd
- Creation of snap shot for backups
- Understanding backup levels and backup strategies
- Understanding file system backups using ufsdump, ufsrestore
- Performing full / incremental / cumulative backups
- Performing local / remote backup restore
- At jobs
- Cron jobs
- Creating quotas for users by allocating disk space for user home directory
- Adding internal and external swap areas
- Creating static and dynamic swap areas
- Understanding standalone daemons and transient daemons
- Adding the packages, verifying the packages and checking the packages, pkgadd , pkgrm, pkginfo, pkgchk, pkgparam, spooling commands.
- SUN-SOLARIS-10(SA-2) System Administration Paper 2
- Understanding and implementing ping, telnet, rlogin, rcp, rsh, rup and ftp, ssh & scp
- Understanding and communicating remote Unix servers using rlogin
- Implementing trusted relationship between users of remote servers
- Understanding and configuring NFS server and NFS client
- Understanding different files, daemons, commands at NFS server and NFS client
- Configuring auto-mount with direct and indirect mapping
- Configuring cachefs over NFS with statistics
- Configuring ftp server with real and anonymous users
- Understanding security files
- Naming services overview
- Understanding network information service (NIS)
- Configuring NIS master , NIS slave, NIS clients
- Understanding difference between NIS and NIS+
- Managing syslog messages
- Exploring different facilities and error messages
- Introducing delegates
- Working with Events
- Introducing Generics
- Generics and Arrays
- Custom jumpstart installation
- Understanding domain naming service
- Configuring primary DNS server, Secondary DNS server, and DNS clients
- Configuring DHCP server and DHCP client
- Configuring samba server for sharing files between Unix to Unix and Unix to windows
- Configuring samba web administration tool(swat)
- Configuring DHCP server and DHCP client
- Introduction to SVM
- Introduction to online disk 4.2 version(ODS), configuration of solstice online disk suite(4.2)
- Implementation of online disk suite with raid levels (0, 1,0+1 &5)
- Extending meta device size with growfs
Also on this course we offer the following
- Hands on Experience
- Real Time project work
- Interview based Training
- Instructor Led – Face2Face / class room training
- More interaction with student to faculty and student to student.
- Detailed presentations. Soft copy of Material to refer any time.
- Practical oriented / Job oriented Training. Practice on Software Tools & Real Time project scenarios.
- Mock interviews / group discussions / interview related questions.
- Test Lab is in Cloud Technology – to practice on software tools if needed.
- We discuss about the real time project domains.
- The teaching methods / tools / topics we chosen are based on the current competitive job market.
Expected Salary/ Pay Package
- Expected Salaries are as follows:
- For Contractors £400 to £500 per day
- Permanent Positions £50 to £100k per annum all depends on experience and skills set