Oracle Linux 6/7 System Administration (Kurs Nr. 14)

The Oracle Linux System Administration course covers a range of skills including installation, using the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel, configuring Linux services, preparing the system for the Oracle Database, monitoring and troubleshooting.

This course teaches you how to handle typical issues faced by administrators in areas including authentication, securing and monitoring. You learn to understand the kernel development model and learn about Linux distributions. You hear about Oracle's comprehensive solutions and Oracle's contributions to the Linux community.

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 Seminarinhalt

The Oracle Linux System Administration course covers a range of skills including installation, using the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel, configuring Linux services, preparing the system for the Oracle Database, monitoring and troubleshooting.

This course teaches you how to handle typical issues faced by administrators in areas including authentication, securing and monitoring. You learn to understand the kernel development model and learn about Linux distributions. You hear about Oracle's comprehensive solutions and Oracle's contributions to the Linux community.

Dauer: 5 Tage

Preis: 3385 € netto/ 4028,15 € brutto inkl. 19% Mwst.

Termine in Dortmund: 13.-17.03.2017 und 18.-22.09.2017

Termine in Düsseldorf: 18.-22.12.2017

 

Teilnehmerkreis

  • Systemadministratoren
  • Datenbankadministratoren

 

Ziele

  • Enable kernel features.
  • Set up users and groups.
  • Configure system logging, the boot process, the network,and storage.
  • Install additional software packages .
  • Keep the kernel up to date using Ksplice.
  • Configure services such as NFS, FTP, OpenSSH, PAM.
  • Perform Security Administration (iptables, chroot, TCP wrappers)
  • Prepare Oracle Linux system for Oracle database
  • Troubleshoot problems and perform corrective action
  • Install software packages from Unbreakable Linux Network and other repositories
  • Use Ksplice to update the kernel on a running system
  • Configure system logging
  • Load and configure the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel
  • Maintain swap space
  • Install Oracle Linux
  • Load kernel modules and configure kernel module parameters
  • Perform User and Group administration
  • Create file systems
  • Use Logical Volume Manager (LVM)
  • Configure RAID devices
  • Configure File Sharing services (NFS, FTP, OpenSSH)


 themen

  • Virtualization
  • Elements of course environment
  • Course structure
  • Development of Linux Kernel
  • Linux kernel development model
  • Linux distributions
  • Oracle's commitment to the success of Linux
  • Oracle's technical contributions to the Linux community
  • Oracle's Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel (UEK)
  • Obtaining Oracle Linux
  • Oracle Software Delivery Cloud
  • Anaconda installer
  • Installation steps
  • Firstboot tool
  • Linux boot process
  • init process
  • SysV init runlevels
  • /etc/rc.d directory
  • Configure services for runlevels
  • Xinetd service
  • Upstart
  • Configuring system time
  • Using Network Time Protocol (NTP)
  • System configuration files
  • The proc filesystem
  • The sysfs filesystem
  • The sysctl utility
  • Introduction to Oracle Linux package management
  • The rpm utility
  • Oracle Public Yum server
  • Yum configuration
  • Yum utility
  • Oracle Unbreakable Linux Network (ULN)
  • ULN channels
  • Switching from RHN to ULN
  • Introduction to Ksplice
  • How Ksplice works
  • Ksplice implementation
  • Installation instructions
  • Using Ksplice Uptrack
  • Ksplice Uptrack command summary
  • Ksplice Offline Client
  • Automating system tasks
  • Configuring cron jobs
  • Other cron directories and files
  • The crontab utility
  • Configuring anacron jobs
  • The at and batch utilities
  • Loadable Kernel Modules (LKM)
  • Using the lsmod utility
  • Using the modinfo utility
  • Loading and unloading kernel modules
  • Using the modprobe utility
  • The insmod, depmod, and rmmod utilities
  • ASM Cluster File System (ACFS) and ASM Dynamic Volume Manager (ADVM) drivers
  • Kernel module parameters
  • User and group configuration files
  • Adding a user account
  • Modifying and deleting user accounts
  • Group account administration
  • User Private Groups (UPG)
  • Password configuration
  • User Manager Tools
  • su and sudo commands
  • Disk Partitions
  • Partition Table Manipulation Utilities
  • File System Types
  • Making File Systems
  • Mounting File Systems
  • The /etc/fstab File
  • Swap Space
  • Logical Volume Manager
  • Physical Volume Utilities
  • Volume Group Utilities
  • Logical Volume Utilities
  • RAID levels
  • Network interfaces
  • Network configuration files
  • Network interface utilities
  • Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
  • Network interface bonding
  • Virtual Local Networks (VLANs)
  • The route utility
  • NetworkManager
  • NFS server configuration
  • The /etc/exports file
  • Starting the NFS services
  • The exportfs utility
  • NFS client configuration
  • Automounting filesystems
  • vsftpd configuration options
  • OpenSSH configuration
  • Using OpenSSH utilities
  • The ssh, scp, and sftp utilities
  • Using the ssh-keygen utility
  • Connecting to a remote system without supplying a password
  • Using ssh-agent
  • Using ssh-add
  • Introduction to PAM
  • PAM module types
  • PAM control flags
  • PAM implementation examples
  • The /etc/pam.d/reboot file
  • The /etc/pam.d/login file
  • The chroot utility
  • Implementing a chroot jail
  • The named and vsftpd services use of chroot jail
  • Firewall configuration tool
  • iptables terminology
  • Beginning optables maintenace
  • Using the iptables utility
  • TCP wrappers
  • Oracle software user and group accounts
  • System resource tuning and network tuning
  • Linux shared memory kernel parameters
  • Semaphores kernel parameter
  • File handles and Asynchronous IO (AIO) kernel parameter
  • Oracle-related shell limits
  • Configuring HugePages
  • Oracle ASM
  • The sosreport utility
  • The iostat, mpstat, vmstat, sar, top, iotop, strace, netstat, and tcpdump utilities
  • Wireshark GUI and tshark CLI
  • OSWatcher Black Box (OSWbb)
  • OSWatcher Black Box Analyzer (OSWbba)
  • Enterprise Manager Ops Center
  • Spacewalk
  • System log file configuration
  • rsyslog.conf
  • Global directives, modules, rules, and templates
  • Facility/Priority-based filters
  • rsyslog Actions
  • rsyslog Templates
  • Configuring logrotate
  • Use logwatch
  • Two-phased approach to troubleshooting
  • Operating system logs
  • The dmesg utility
  • Troubleshooting resources
  • Problem causes
  • Boot problems
  • NFS problems

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