• Course Materials: LS103 - Linux Advanced System Administration
  • Unit 1 - Software Maintenance
  • Unit 2 - Kernel and Module Management
  • Unit 3 - Managing Hardware
  • Unit 4 - Special File Systems
  • Unit 6 - System Logging Daemon
  • Unit 8 - Troubleshooting and Recovery
  • LS103 Linux Advanced System Administration Length: 40 Hours Description




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    LS103 - Linux Advanced System Administration

    Length:


    40 Hours

    Description:


    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.


    Audience:


    This course is designed for experienced system administrators who will be performing advanced system administration procedures on a Linux operating system.

    Prerequisites:


    Attendees should have:

    1. completed the LS101 - Introduction to the Linux System course, and

    2. completed the LS102 - Linux System Administration course, or

    3. have at least one year experience as a Linux system administrator.

    Follow-On Training:


    After completing this course it is suggested that the student attend:

    1. LS104 - Linux Network Administration

    Course Materials:


    1. LS103 - Linux Advanced System Administration Student Guide and course notes

    Course Objectives:


    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,

    • install new kernel modules,

    • identify and manage hardware devices,

    • use the /proc filesystem to obtain processe information and change system parameters,

    • add, manage, and delete swap space,

    • set up a Network File System server and client,

    • configure the automounter to automatically mount NFS shares,

    • configure and use the system logging daemon,

    • identify potential security problems and implement corrective actions,

    • correct common system problems, and,

    • recover from common system errors.

    Course Content:

    Unit 1 - Software Maintenance


    1. Unit Overview

    2. Installing Software Packages

    3. Distribution Methods

    4. Distribution Format

    5. Steps for Installing a Package

    6. Red Hat Package Management System (RPM)

    7. Red Hat Update Agent

    8. Using the GUI Red Hat Update Agent Configuration Tool

    9. Running the Red Hat Update Agent

    10. Downloading and Installing Software from the Internet

    11. Unarchiving .tar and .tgz Files

    Unit 2 - Kernel and Module Management


    1. The Linux Kernel

    2. Kernel Versioning

    3. Kernel Development History

    4. Inside the Kernel

    5. Kernel Modules

    6. Obtaining a Kernel

    7. Creating a Backup

    8. Installing from Source

    9. Upgrading Red Hat Kernels

    10. Loadable Modules

    11. The /etc/modules.conf File

    12. Managing Modules at Runtime

    Unit 3 - Managing Hardware


    1. Identifying Hardware Devices

    2. Configuring System Hardware

    3. Configuring CMOS

    4. IRQ Assignments

    5. Plug-n-Play Devices

    6. Hardware Accessibility

    7. Installing a Modem

    8. Configuring Dial-Up Connections

    9. Configuring Video

    10. Managing Mobile Hardware Devices

    11. Adding IDE Hard Drives

    12. Managing SCSI Devices

    Unit 4 - Special File Systems


    1. The /proc Filesystem

    2. Changing running kernel parameters

    3. Managing Swap Space

    4. Enabling Swap Space At Boot

    Unit 5 - Network Filesystems


    1. Network Filesystem

    2. NFS Terminology

    3. NFS Daemons

    4. NFS Commands and Files

    5. The /usr/sbin/exportfs Command

    6. The /etc/exports File

    7. The /bin/mount Command

    8. The /usr/sbin/showmount Command

    9. Removing an NFS Resource

    10. Automounting Filesystems

    11. NFS Security Issues

    Unit 6 - System Logging Daemon


    1. System Logging

    2. The System Log ( syslogd ) Facility

    3. Log File Checking Programs

    Unit 7 - Linux System Security


    1. Security Documentation and Resources

    2. Why is a System Hacked?

    3. How are Systems Hacked?

    4. How is Hacking Prevented?

    5. Controlling Access - Users

    6. Scanners

    7. System Hardening

    8. Log Files

    9. Log File Checking Programs

    10. Has Your System Been Compromised?

    11. What To Do if Your System is Hacked

    12. Case Study - Securing a System

    13. Auditing User and Group Accounts

    14. Filesystem Integrity Checking

    15. Scanning Log Files

    16. The logwatch Program

    Unit 8 - Troubleshooting and Recovery


    1. Troubleshooting Process

    2. Problem Description

    3. Recreate the Problem

    4. Identify the Cause

    5. Solving the Problem

    6. Booting Issues

    7. Rescue Mode

    8. Hardware Problems

    9. Login Issues

    10. Corrupt Shared Libraries

    11. Filesystem Issues

    12. Examining System Resources

    13. Listing Open Files

    Disclaimer:


    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.

    Copyright 2005 William C. Holliker - All Rights Reserved
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