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System Administration for the Solaris 10 OS Part 1
(The Course Materials and Course Completion Certificates are directly delivered from Oracle University to those seeking for Foreign
(Government of India Approved Education Center – SQL StarSQL Star)
This System Administration for the Solaris 10 OS Part 1 - Study Course teaches you how to perform essential system administration tasks in
the Solaris OS. This includes stand-alone installation, file system management, backup procedures and more. This System Administration for the Solaris 10 OS Part 1 - Study Course helps you develop the knowledge and skills to perform essential
system administration tasks in the Solaris OS. The se tasks include stand-alone installation, file system management, backup
procedures, process control, User administration and device management.
Students who can benefit from this course:
- Backup a mounted file system by using a UFS snapshot.
- Performfile system backups and restores.
- Controlsystem processes.
- Configureprinter services and use print commands.
- Set file system security.
- Perform User administration.
- Managesystem services.
- Performbooting and shutdown procedures.
- SystemAdministrators who perform essential system administrationprocedures on the Solaris OS
- Managefiles and directories
- Usecomponents of the desktop system
- Solaris10 Operating System Essentials (CDS-100-S10)
- Create and modify files
- Use remote commands
- Control the User work environment
- Archive files
- Describe the Solaris OS directory hierarchy
- Managelocal disk devices
- Manage the Solaris OS file system
- Performmounts and unmounts
- Installthe Solaris 10 OS
- Perform package administration and patch administration
- Identify boot PROM fundamentals
- Managing File Systems
- Installing Software
- Performing System Boot Procedures
User and Security Administration
- Managing Network Printers and System Processes
and Restoring the System
- Intermediate System Administration for the Solaris 10 OS x64/x86-Based Systems Differences