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GL615 - Linux for Unix Administrators

Курса GL615 е създаден за Юникс администратори желаещи да усвоят Линукс системната администрация. Този курс е съкратена версия на модулите от двата курса : GL250 "Enterprise Linux Systems Administration", и GL275 "Enterprise Linux Networking Services".

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22 модула

Практически упражнения

5 дневен курс

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Курсистите трябва да се професионални Юникс администратори. Те трябва да са запознати с Юникс системната администрация и принципа на работа в Юникс базираните операционни среди. Основни команди и редакция на текстови файлове няма да бъдат разучавани в този клас. От курсистите се изисква разбиране на TCP/IP и разбиране на основните правила за сигурност. Интензивността на курса го прави неподходящ за неподготвени курсисти. Курсисти които не са Юникс системни администратори трябва да преминат: GL120 "Linux Fundamentals", GL250 "Enterprise Linux Systems Administration" or GL275 "Enterprise Linux Networking Services"

1.Linux Hardware Discovery, Interaction, and Control
1.Hardware Discovery Tools
2.Configuring New Hardware with hwinfo
3.Hardware and System Clock
5.Virtual Terminals
6.Serial Ports
7.SCSI Devices
8.USB Configuration
9.Defining a Printer
10.Tape Drives
11.Tape Libraries
12.Managing Linux Device Files
13.Kernel Hardware Info - /sys/
14./sys/ Structure
16.Kernel Modules
17.Configuring Kernel Components and Modules
18.Handling Module Dependencies
19.Configuring the Kernel via /proc/
20.System Tools

Lab Tasks
1.Adjusting Kernel Options
2.Configuring Print Queues
3.Introduction to Troubleshooting Labs
4.Troubleshooting Practice: Kernel Modules
2.Boot Process and SysV Init
1.Booting Linux on PCs
2.GRUB Configuration
3.Boot Parameters
7.SUSE /etc/init.d/boot
8.Runlevel Implementation
9.System Configuration Files
10.Configuration Utilities
11.Novell's Configuration Utilities
12.Typical SysV Init Script
13.The /etc/rc.local File
14.The /etc/init.d/*.local Files
15.Managing Daemons
16.Controlling Service Startup
17.Shutdown and Reboot
18.Run Level and Kernel Information

Lab Tasks
1.Boot Process
2.GRUB Command Line
3.Basic GRUB Security
4.Managing Services With chkconfig
5.Troubleshooting Practice: Boot Process
3.Software Maintenance
1.RPM Features
2.RPM Architecture
3.Working With RPMs
4.Querying and Verifying with rpm
5.Updating the Kernel RPM
6.Using the YUM command
7.YUM package groups
8.Configuring YUM
9.YUM Repositories
10.Installing Source RPM Packages
11.Software Tools Comparison Matrix

Lab Tasks
1.Managing Software with RPM
2.Creating a Custom RPM Repository
3.Querying the RPM Database
4.Installing Software via RPM & Source and Rebuilding SRPMs
5.Using YUM
6.Using Zypper
4.Filesystem Administration
1.Partitioning Disks with fdisk
2.Partitioning Disks with parted
3.Filesystem Creation
4.Mounting Filesystems
5.Filesystem Maintenance
6.Resizing Filesystems
8.Configuring Disk Quotas
9.Setting Quotas
10.Viewing and Monitoring Quotas
11.Filesystem Attributes
12.Backup Software
13.Backup Examples
14.Filesystem Creation and Management

Lab Tasks
1.Creating and Managing Filesystems
2.Hot Adding Swap
3.Setting User Quotas
4.Using tar and cpio for Backups
5.Using rsync and ssh for Backups
6.Using dump and restore for Backups
1.Logical Volume Management
2.Implementing LVM
3.Creating Logical Volumes
4.Manipulating VGs & LVs
5.Advanced LVM Concepts
7.SLES Graphical Disk Tool
8.RAID Concepts
9.Array Creation with mdadm
10.Software RAID Monitoring
11.Software RAID Control and Display
12.LVM and RAID: Unix Tool Comparison

Lab Tasks
1.Creating and Managing LVM Volumes
2.Creating and Managing a RAID-5 Array
6.Remote Storage Administration
1.Remote Storage Overview
2.Remote Filesystem Protocols
3.Remote Block Device Protocols
4.File Sharing via NFS
6.NFS Clients
7.NFS Server Configuration
8.Implementing NFSv4
10.AutoFS Configuration
11.Accessing Windows/Samba Shares from Linux
12.SAN Multipathing
13.Multipath Configuration
14.Multipathing Best Practices
15.iSCSI Architecture
16.Open-iSCSI Initiator Implementation
17.iSCSI Initiator Discovery
18.iSCSI Initiator Node Administration
19.Mounting iSCSI Targets at Boot
20.iSCSI Multipathing Considerations

Lab Tasks
1.Using autofs
2.NFS Server Configuration
3.iSCSI Initiator Configuration
7.User/Group Administration
1.User and Group Concepts
2.User Administration
3.Modifying Accounts
4.Group Administration
5.Password Aging
6.Default User Files
7.Controlling Logins
8.Manual DS Client Configuration
10.SLES Graphical DS Client Configuration
11.PAM Overview
12.PAM Module Types
13.PAM Order of Processing
14.PAM Control Statements
17.User/Group Administration Comparison Matrix

Lab Tasks
1.User and Group Administration
2.Using NIS for Centralized User Accounts
3.Using LDAP for Centralized User Accounts
4.Troubleshooting Practice: Account Management
5.Restricting superuser access to wheel group membership
6.Setting Limits with the pam_limits Modules
7.Using pam_limits to Restrict Simultaneous Logins
8.Security Administration
1.Security Concepts
2.Tightening Default Security
3.Security Advisories
4.File Access Control Lists
5.Manipulating FACLs
6.Viewing FACLs
7.Backing Up FACLs
8.File Creation Permissions with umask
9.User Private Group Scheme
10.Alternatives to UPG
11.TCP Wrappers Concepts
12.TCP Wrappers Concepts
14.Basic Firewall Activation
15.Netfilter Concepts
16.Using the iptables Command
17.Common match_specs
18.Connection Tracking
20.SELinux Security Framework
21.SELinux Modes
22.SELinux Commands
23.Choosing an SELinux Policy
24.SELinux Booleans
25.Graphical SELinux Policy Tools
26.(X)INETD and Firewalls

Lab Tasks
1.User Private Groups
2.Using Filesystem ACLs
3.Securing xinetd Services
4.Enforcing Security Policy with xinetd
5.Securing Services with TCP Wrappers
6.Securing Services with SuSEfirewall2
7.Securing Services with Netfilter
8.Exploring SELinux Modes
9.SELinux File Contexts
9.Process Administration
1.Automating Tasks & cron Usage
4.Viewing Processes
5.Managing Processes
6.Tuning Process Scheduling
7.Process Accounting
8.Enabling Process Accounting
9.Setting Resource Limits via ulimit

Lab Tasks
1.Creating and Managing User Cron Jobs
2.Adding System cron Jobs
3.Using BSD Process Accounting
1.Linux Network Interfaces
2.Ethernet Hardware Tools
3.Network Configuration with ip Command
4.Configuring Routing Tables
5.IP to MAC Address Mapping with ARP
6.Starting and Stopping Interfaces
8.DNS Clients
9.DHCP Clients
10.Network Diagnostics
11.Information from netstat
12.Managing Network-Wide Time
13.Continual Time Sync with NTP
14.Configuring NTP Clients
15.Multiple IP Addresses
16.Enabling IPv6
17.Interface Bonding
18.Interface Bridging
19.802.1q VLANS
20.Tuning Kernel Network Settings
21.Network Configuration Tools

Lab Tasks
1.Network Discovery
2.NTP Client Configuration
3.Multiple IP Addresses Per Network Interface
4.Configuring IPv6
5.Troubleshooting Practice: Networking
11.The X Window System
1.X Modularity
2.X.Org Drivers
3.Configuring X Manually
4.Automatic X Configuration
5.Automatic X Configuration - SLES
6.The X11 Protocol and Display Names
7.Display Managers and Graphical Login
8.Starting X Apps Automatically
9.X Access Control
10.Remote X Access (historical/insecure approach)
11.Remote X Access (modern/secure approach)
13.Remote Graphical Access With VNC and RDP
14.Specialized X Servers
15.Enabling the Graphical User Interface

Lab Tasks
1.Remote X with XDMCP
2.Configure X Security
3.Configure a VNC Server
4.Configure a VNC Server
5.Launching X Apps Automatically
6.Secure X
7.Troubleshooting Practice: X11
12.BIND Concepts and Configuration
1.The Domain Name Space
2.Delegation and Zones
3.Server Roles
4.Resolving Names
5.Resolving IP Addresses
6.Basic BIND Administration
7.Configuring the Resolver
8.Testing Resolution
9.rndc Key Configuration
10.BIND Configuration Files
11.named.conf Syntax
12.named.conf Options Block
13.Creating a Site-Wide Cache
14.Zones In named.conf
15.Zone Database File Syntax
16.SOA - Start of Authority
17.A & PTR - Address & Pointer Records
18.NS - Name Server
19.CNAME & MX - Alias & Mail Host
20.Abbreviations and Gotchas

Lab Tasks
1.Configuring a Slave Name Server
2.Use rndc to Control named
3.Configuring BIND Zone Files
1.OpenLDAP: Server Architecture
2.OpenLDAP: Backends
3.OpenLDAP: Replication
4.OpenLDAP: Configuration Options
5.OpenLDAP: Configuration Sections
6.OpenLDAP: Global Parameters
7.OpenLDAP: Database Parameters
8.OpenLDAP Server Tools
9.OpenLDAP Client Tools
10.LDIF: LDAP Data Interchange Format
11.Enabling LDAP-based Login
12.System Security Services Daemon (SSSD)

Lab Tasks
1.Building An OpenLDAP Server
2.Enabling TLS For An OpenLDAP Server
3.Enabling LDAP-based Logins
14.Using vsFTPd and Apache
2.Configuring vsftpd
3.Anonymous FTP with vsftpd
4.HTTP Operation
5.Apache Architecture
6.Apache Configuration Files
7.httpd.conf - Server Settings
8.httpd.conf - Main Configuration
9.httpd.conf - VirtualHost Configuration
10.Virtual Hosting DNS Implications
11.Dynamic Shared Objects
12.Adding Modules to Apache
13.Apache Logging
14.Log Analysis

Lab Tasks
1.Configuring vsftpd
2.Apache Architecture
3.Apache Architecture
4.Apache Content
5.Apache Content
6.Configuring Virtual Hosts
15.Apache Security
1.Delegating Administration
2.Directory Protection
3.Directory Protection with AllowOverride
4.Common Uses for .htaccess
5.Symmetric Encryption Algorithms
6.Asymmetric Encryption Algorithms
7.Digital Certificates
8.SSL Using

Lab Tasks
1.Using .htaccess Files
2.Using .htaccess Files
3.Using SSL Certificates with Apache
16.The SQUID Proxy Server
1.Squid Overview
2.Squid File Layout
3.Squid Access Control Lists
4.Applying Squid ACLs
5.Tuning Squid & Configuring Cache Hierarchies
6.Bandwidth Metering
7.Monitoring Squid
8.Proxy Client Configuration

Lab Tasks
1.Installing and Configuring Squid
2.Squid Cache Manager CGI
3.Proxy Auto Configuration
4.Configure a Squid Proxy Cluster
17.Samba Concepts and Configuration
1.Introducing Samba
2.Samba Daemons
3.NetBIOS and NetBEUI
4.Accessing Windows/Samba Shares from Linux
5.Samba Utilities
6.Samba Configuration Files
7.The smb.conf File
8.Mapping Permissions and ACLs
9.Mapping Linux Concepts
10.Mapping Case Sensitivity
11.Sharing Home Directories
12.Sharing Printers
13.Share Authentication
14.Share-Level Access
15.User-Level Access
16.Mapping Users
17.SMB and Passwords
18.Samba Account Database
19.User Share Restrictions

Lab Tasks
1.Samba Share-Level Access
2.Samba User-Level Access
3.Samba Group Shares
4.Configuring Samba
5.Samba Home Directory Shares
1.Postfix Features
2.Postfix Components
3.Postfix Configuration
6.Postfix Map Types
7.Postfix Pattern Matching
8.Virtual Domains
9.Postfix Mail Filtering
10.Configuration Commands
11.Management Commands
12.Postfix Logging
13.SMTP AUTH Server
14.SMTP AUTH Clients
15.TLS Server Configuration
16.Postfix Client Configuration for TLS
17.Ensuring TLS Security

Lab Tasks
1.Configuring Postfix
2.Postfix Network Configuration
3.Postfix Virtual Host Configuration
4.Postfix SMTP AUTH Configuration
5.Postfix STARTTLS Configuration
6.SUSE Postfix Configuration Cleanup
19.Mail Services and Retrieval
3.amavisd-new Mail Filtering
4.Accessing Email
5.The IMAP4 Protocol
6.Cyrus IMAP/POP3 Server
7.Cyrus IMAP MTA Integration
8.Cyrus Mailbox Administration

Lab Tasks
1.Configuring Procmail & SpamAssassin
2.Configuring Cyrus IMAP
20.Monitoring & Troubleshooting
1.System Status - Memory
2.System Status - I/O
3.System Status - CPU
4.Performance Trending with sar
5.Troubleshooting Basics: The Process
6.Troubleshooting Basics: The Tools
7.System Logging
11.Log Management
12.Log Anomaly Detector
13.strace and ltrace
14.Common Problems
15.Incorrect File Permissions
16.Inability to Boot
17.Typos in Configuration Files
18.Corrupt Filesystems
19.Rescue Environment
20.SUSE Rescue Environment
21.Process Tools

Lab Tasks
1.Setting up a Full Debug Logfile
2.Remote Syslog Configuration
3.Recovering Damaged MBR
21.Installing RHEL6
1.Anaconda: An Overview
2.Anaconda: Booting the System
3.Anaconda: Common Boot Options
4.Anaconda: Loading Anaconda and Packages
5.Anaconda: Storage Options
6.Anaconda: Troubleshooting
9.A Typical Install

Lab Tasks
1.Linux Installation
2.Automating Installation with Kickstart
22.Installing SLES11
1.Installation Choices
2.DVD-ROM Install Media
3.Network Installation
4.SLP for SUSE Linux Installation
5.Local Hard Drive Installation
6.The linuxrc Program
7.Install Program Interface
8.Installation Diagnostics
9.Language/Keyboard Selection and EULA
10.Installation Mode
11.Clock and Time Zone
12.Desktop Selection
13.Server Base Scenario
14.The YaST Installer Design
15.Disk Partitioning
16.Boot Loader Configuration
17.Software Package Selection
18.Kernel Crash Dump Configuration
19.Confirmation and File Installation
20.Setting the Root Password
21.Hostname and Domain Name
22.Network Configuration
23.SLES Services Configuration
24.Adding a User Account
25.Release Notes
26.Final Installation Hub
27.Installation Complete and AutoYaST2 "Cloning"
28.Using AutoYaST2 files
29.Creating AutoYaST2 Files
30.linuxrc Automation

Lab Tasks
1.SUSE Installation
2.Automating Installation with AutoYaST

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