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System Administration Course For UNIX B

by: Cresencio Daffon Jr. | 15 Feb, 2011 23:26:53

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(This is the continuation of the article System Administration Course For UNIX – A.)

 

Chapter nine is about starting up and shutting down covering new Service Management Facility in-depth explanation followed by controlling and monitoring boot processes using utilities of Service Management Facility then system boot script adding; run levels understanding and changing; system powering off, shutting down, and suspending;  managing power; and previous Solaris versions additional information.

The tenth topic is regarding user adding and maintaining starting with concepts followed by processes, directories and files ownership then user classifications; manually adding a user graphically and through tools of the command line; managing files initialized by a user; control of password; id which is real and effective; managing a user with the use of SMC; and Role Based Access Control facilities introduction.

Chapter eleven will focus about groups of Solaris starting with overview followed by file of the group then directories and files group identification; commands of chgrp, newgrp, and groups; group utilization and creation complete example; and groups with SMC utilization.

The twelfth chapter is about security of the system which begins with system monitoring access followed by using and monitoring command for Switch User then protection mechanisms used for directory access and file restriction; and Access Control Lists introduction.

Chapter thirteen will be regarding printer adding that starts with overview followed by network printers, connection methods, and printer types then modifications of a software; system commands spooling; commands of administrator control; facilities of printer which is remote; classification of printer; Graphic User Interfaces of Solaris used for managing printer; and system & user default printer destinations specification.

Fourteenth chapter is about processes of system beginning with process manager examining and controlling, and commands automation & execution of regular command.

The concluding chapter will tackle about utilities backing up and restoration starting with preparation and overview followed by capacities and types of tape then ufsdump commands sample; strategies of back up; ufsdump summary of ufsdump command options backup; file system snapshot using fssnap; directories and individual files restoration; entire system restoration; disaster recovery considerations; utilities of mt, tar, and cpio; and archives against backups.

Now, if you like to learn all of these for 30 hours, you need to enroll for one of the courses featured under Linux Enterprise Courses list called UNIX Solaris 10: System Administration which you can find by clicking on the link below:


http://www.cnctc.com.ph/blogs/item/2009/11/unix-solaris-10-system-administration---kb0142


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