Attendees of this course will learn how to perform the advanced Linux system administration functions. Topics include installing, upgrading, and removing software packages, installing and configuring a new kernel, managing modules, managing hardware, managing processes and tunable parameters through the /proc filesystem, managing swap space, setting up a network filesystem and auto mounting NFS resources, configuring the system logging daemon, establish and maintain system security, and troubleshoot and correct problems.
Although the Red Hat Linux Operating System is used as the training platform, the information in this course can be easily adopted to other Linux systems.
This course is designed for experienced system administrators who will be performing advanced system administration procedures on a Linux operating system.
Attendees should have:
completed the LS101 - Introduction to the Linux System course, and
completed the LS102 - Linux System Administration course, or
have at least one year experience as a Linux system administrator.
After completing this course it is suggested that the student attend:
LS104 - Linux Network Administration
LS103 - Linux Advanced System Administration Student Guide and course notes
Upon completion of this course the attendee will be able to:
install new software packages using the Red Hat Package Managment system and tar and compressed tar formats,
Obtain, configure, install, and test a new kernel,
The contents of this outline reflect the general subjects and topics covered in this course. The author continually updates courses as changes are made to the operating systems and/or applications. Therefore, the actual course may contain additional information, deleted subjects, or the order of presentation may be different. The author reserves the right to make changes to the course content without notification and the outline may not always reflect the exact course content.
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