Oracle Linux System Administration

Date: 15-04-2019 s/d 19-04-2019   |   Category: Oracle - Linux   |   Instructor: M. Andry Hartawan
Duration : 5 days

Price     : IDR. 6,500,000

Delivery Method : Instructor Led Training

The Oracle Linux System Administration course covers a range of skills including installation, using the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel, configuring Linux services, preparing the system for the Oracle Database, monitoring and troubleshooting.

This course teaches you how to handle typical issues faced by administrators in areas including authentication, securing and monitoring. You learn to understand the kernel development model and learn about Linux distributions. You hear about Oracle's comprehensive solutions and Oracle's contributions to the Linux community.

Learn To:

Enable kernel features.
Set up users and groups.
Configure system logging, the boot process, the network,and storage.
Install additional software packages .
Keep the kernel up to date using Ksplice.
Configure services such as NFS, FTP, OpenSSH, PAM.

Benefits To You

Oracle Linux brings you the latest Linux innovations, delivering extreme performance, advanced scalability, and reliability for enterprise applications and systems. Implementing Ksplice provides you zero down time kernel updates.

Audience :
Database Administrators
Support Engineer
System Administrator
Technical Administrator

Related Training

Required Prerequisites
Must complete the Unix Basics pre-requisite course or equivalent knowledge
Types of user accounts
Unix shell command line features
Working with files and directories in Unix
UNIX and Linux Essentials

Suggested Prerequisites
Archiving and compressing files in Unix
Basic shell scripting
Text editing using vi
Unix process control

Course Objectives

Perform Security Administration (iptables, chroot, TCP wrappers)
Prepare Oracle Linux system for Oracle database
Troubleshoot problems and perform corrective action
Install software packages from Unbreakable Linux Network and other repositories
Use Ksplice to update the kernel on a running system
Configure system logging
Load and configure the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel Maintain swap space Install Oracle Linux
Load kernel modules and configure kernel module parameters
Perform User and Group administration
Create file systems
Use Logical Volume Manager (LVM)
Configure RAID devices
Configure File Sharing services (NFS, FTP, OpenSSH)

Course Topics

Course Introduction
 Elements of course environment
 Course structure

Introduction to Oracle Linux
 Development of Linux Kernel
 Linux kernel development model
 Linux distributions
 Oracle's commitment to the success of Linux
 Oracle's technical contributions to the Linux community
 Oracle's Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel (UEK)

Installing Oracle Linux
 Obtaining Oracle Linux
 Oracle Software Delivery Cloud
 Anaconda installer
 Installation steps
 Firstboot tool

Linux Boot Process
 Linux boot process
 init process
 SysV init runlevels  
 /etc/rc.d directory
 Configure services for runlevels
 Xinetd service

System Configuration 
 Configuring system time
 Using Network Time Protocol (NTP)
 System configuration files
 The proc filesystem
 The sysfs filesystem
 The sysctl utility

Package Management
 Introduction to Oracle Linux package management
 The rpm utility
 Oracle Public Yum server
 Yum configuration
 Yum utility Oracle Unbreakable Linux Network (ULN)
 ULN channels
 Switching from RHN to ULN

 Introduction to Ksplice
 How Ksplice works
 Ksplice implementation
 Installation instructions
 Using Ksplice Uptrack
 Ksplice Uptrack command summary
 Ksplice Offline Client

Automate Tasks
 Automating system tasks
 Configuring cron jobs
 Other cron directories and files
 The crontab utility
 Configuring anacron jobs
 The at and batch utilities

Kernel Module Configuration
 Loadable Kernel Modules (LKM)
 Using the lsmod utility
 Using the modinfo utility
 Loading and unloading kernel modules
 Using the modprobe utility
 The insmod, depmod, and rmmod utilities
 ASM Cluster File System (ACFS) and ASM Dynamic Volume Manager (ADVM) drivers
 Kernel module parameters

User and Group Administration
 User and group configuration files
 Adding a user account
 Modifying and deleting user accounts
 Group account administration
 User Private Groups (UPG)
 Password configuration
 User Manager Tools
 su and sudo commands

File Systems
 Disk Partitions
 Partition Table Manipulation Utilities
 File System Types
 Making File Systems
 Mounting File Systems
 The /etc/fstab File
  Swap Space

Storage Administration
 Logical Volume Manager
 Physical Volume Utilities
 Volume Group Utilities
 Logical Volume Utilities
 RAID levels

Network Configuration
 Network interfaces
 Network configuration files
 Network interface utilities
 Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
 Network interface bonding
 Virtual Local Networks (VLANs)
 The route utility

File Sharing
 NFS server configuration
 The /etc/exports file
 Starting the NFS services
 The exportfs utility
 NFS client configuration
 Automounting filesystems
 vsftpd configuration options

OpenSSH Service
 OpenSSH configuration
 Using OpenSSH utilities
 The ssh, scp, and sftp utilities
 Using the ssh-keygen utility
 Connecting to a remote system without supplying a password
 Using ssh-agent
 Using ssh-add

Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM)
 Introduction to PAM
 PAM module types
 PAM control flags
 PAM implementation examples
 The /etc/pam.d/reboot file
 The /etc/pam.d/login file

Security Administration
 The chroot utility
 Implementing a chroot jail
 The named and vsftpd services use of chroot jail
 Firewall configuration tool
 iptables terminology
 Beginning optables maintenace
 Using the iptables utility
 TCP wrappers

Oracle on Oracle
 Oracle software user and group accounts
 System resource tuning and network tuning
 Linux shared memory kernel parameters
 Semaphores kernel parameter  
 File handles and Asynchronous IO (AIO) kernel parameter
 Oracle-related shell limits
 Configuring HugePages
 Oracle ASM

System Monitoring
 The sosreport utility
 The iostat, mpstat, vmstat, sar, top, iotop, strace, netstat, and tcpdump utilities
 Wireshark GUI and tshark CLI
 OSWatcher Black Box (OSWbb)
 OSWatcher Black Box Analyzer (OSWbba)
 Enterprise Manager Ops Center

System Logging
 System log file configuration
 Global directives, modules, rules, and templates
 Facility/Priority-based filters
 rsyslog Actions rsyslog Templates
 Configuring logrotate
 Use logwatch

 Two-phased approach to troubleshooting
 Operating system logs
 The dmesg utility
 Troubleshooting resources
 Problem causes
 Boot problems
 NFS problems

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