Red Hat Enterprise Linux for Solaris Administrators
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RH290, Red Hat Enterprise Linux for Solaris Administrators, quickly and efficiently covers many of the hands-on, practical skills needed when migrating from Solaris to Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Focusing on the differences between the two operating systems, the course covers Red Hat Enterprise Linux equivalents to Solaris-specific technologies, such as applying software patches, automated deployment with Jumpstart, and advanced filesystem features. In addition, the course demonstrates how to use RPM, yum, the Red Hat Network (RHN), and Kickstart to manage your environment. You will acquire and set Linux kernel tunables, explore and configure the many supported hardware devices available from multiple vendors, and secure your users and services. Upon completion of this course, you will have the knowledge and skillset to take RH253, Red Hat Linux Networking and Security Administration, or the RH300 Rapid Track Course. This class leverages existing UNIX-based skills to build RHEL expertise.
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Course Contents (16 topics)
- Find documentation and help
- Navigate directory structures and consoles
- Configure the system using the command line
- Control the boot process, kernel modules, and initialization
- Manage software lifecycle with yum, Red Hat Network, and rpm
- Manage Solaris machines from Red Hat Network
- Create and modify the partition tables, character devices, and block devices
- Create and manage software RAID, logical volumes, filesystems, swap, and automounter.
- Set up space and file quotas for users and groups
- Connect to and authenticate from network directory services like NIS and LDAP
- Secure access to systems and services using the NetFilter kernel-level firewall
- Enforce security with SELinux
- Collect system information, monitor system activity, and generate reports
- Set up system auditing, centralized logging, and kernel monitoring and profiling
- Perform automated installations of Red Hat Enterprise Linux using Kickstart
- Saving kernel crash dumps to disk and over the network