Oracle Linux Advanced Administration

Date: 11-09-2017 s/d 15-09-2017   |   Category: Oracle - Linux   |   Instructor: -
Delivery Method : Instructor Led Training
Duration : 5 days
Price : IDR.14,477,810

What you will learn
This Oracle Linux Advanced Administration training is ideal for experienced administrators who need to learn more about advanced features of Oracle Linux. You'll learn to configure network and authentication services, implement virtualization technologies to more effectively manage system resources, and deploy new types of file systems to improve performance and increase data integrity, while developing troubleshooting and advanced storage administration skills.

Learn To:
- Automate installation using Kickstart.
- Recover from boot errors.
- Address today's large storage requirements.
- Manage resources to deliver consistent response times and performance.
- Allocate system resources to specific Linux processes.
- Use DTrace to identify performance bottlenecks.
- Configure the Oracle Cluster File System.
- Use new technologies, including Linux Containers.

Benefits To You
After taking this course, you will be equipped to use the advanced features of Oracle Linux to get the most out of your systems and applications. Discover how to take advantage of XFS, which improves file system performance, and Btrfs, with its data integrity, copy-on-write, and snapshotting functionality. You'll also learn how to use Control Groups and Linux Containers to increase your resource utilization by creating secure, isolated environments on a single host.

Gain Hands-On Experience
Extensive hands-on practices will guide you through each concept. You will install different types of file systems, including OCFS2, XFS, and Btrfs. You will also experience how to share storage devices across multiple systems, allocate system resources such as CPU, memory, network and I/O bandwidth to critical processes.

Audience
- Data Center Manager
- Network Administrator
- Support Engineer
- System Administrator
- System Integrator

Related Training
Required Prerequisites
Oracle Linux System Administration

Course Objectives
- Configure network addressing and authentication services
- Configure Apache web services
- Automate installation using Kickstart
- Create and use Btrfs file systems
- Create and use XFS file systems
- Configure resource management using Control Groups (cgroups)
- Configure operating system-level virtualization with Linux Containers (LXC)
- Configure server virtualization with KVM
- Configure iSCSI shared storage
- Configure Device Mapper Multipathing
- Create Udev rules for persistent device naming
- Configure a shared disk cluster file system using Oracle Cluster File System Version 2 (OCFS2)
- Collect and analyze core dumps
- Explore your system using Dynamic Tracing (DTrace)
- Configure and use SELinux
- Perform advanced software package management

Course Topics

Course Introduction
 Course Goals
 Schedule
 Virtualization with Oracle VM Server for x86
 Classroom System Configuration
 Local Yum Repository

Network Addressing and Name Services
 Introduction to DHCP
 Configuring a DHCP server
 Configuring a DHCP client
 Introduction to DNS
 BIND
 Zone Files
 Reverse Name Resolution
 The host and dig utilities

Authentication and Directory Services
 Authentication configuration tool
 NIS Authentication
 Introduction to LDAP
 OpenLDAP
 Configuring LDAP Authentication
 Configuring Winbind authentication
 Configuring Kerberos Authentication
 System Security Services Daemon (SSSD)

Web and Email Services
 Apache HTTP server
 Configuring Apache
 Apache Containers
 Apache Virtual Hosts
 Email Program Classifications
 Email Protocols
 Postfix SMTP Server
 Sendmail SMTP Server

Installing Oracle Linux using Kickstart
 Kickstat Installation Method
 Kickstart File
 Kickstart Configurator
 Beginning a Kickstart Installation
 Rescue Mode

Samba Services
 Introduction to Samba
 Samba Daemons and Services
 Samba Server Configuration
 Accessing Linux Shares from Windows
 Accessing Windows Shares from Linux
 Samba Utilities

Advanced Software Package Management
 Software Management with RPM and Yum
 The Binary RPM Build Process
 Managing RPM-Based Software with Yum
 Yum Cache
 Yum History
 Extending  Yum Functionality with Plug-Ins
 PackageKit Software Package Manager GUI

Advanced Storage Administration
 Access Control Lists (ACLs)
 The getfacl and setfacl Utilities
 Enabling Disk Quotas
 Encrypted Block Devices
 The cryptsetup command
 The kpartx Utility
 Udev: Introduction
 The udevadm Utility

OCFS2 and Oracle Clusterware
 OCFS2: Introduction
 OCFS2 Features
 Using OCFS2
 The o2cb Utility
 OCFS2 Heartbeat
 The o2cb Initialization Script
 OCFS2 Tuning and Debugging
 Introduction to Oracle Clusterware

iSCSI and Multipathing
 Introduction to iSCSI
 iSCSI Target
 iSCSI Initiators
 iSCSI Discovery
 iSCSI Initiator Sessions
 iSCSI Block Devices
 Device Mapper Multipathing
 iSCSI Multipathing

Implementing the XFS File System
 Introduction to XFS File System
 Creating an XFS File System
 The xfs_growfs and xfs_admin Utilities
 Enabling Disk Quotas on an XFS File System
 The xfs_quota Utility
 Backing up and Restoring XFS File Systems
 The xfsdump and xfsrestore Utilities
 XFS File System Maintenance

Implementing the Btrfs File System
 Btrfs: Introduction
 Creating a Btrfs File System
 Btrfs Subvolumes and Snapshots
 Btrfs filesystem Utilities
 Btrfs device Utilities
 Btrfs scrub Utilities
 Converting Ext File Systems to Btrfs
 UEK Boot ISO

Managing Resources with Control Groups (cgroups)
 Control Groups: Introduction
 Cgroup Subsystems (Resource Controllers)
 Cgroup Subsystem Parameters
 Cgroup Configuration Rules and Constraints
 Assigning Processes to a Cgroup
 Cgroup Rules Configuration File
 Enabling PAM to Use Cgroup Rules
 Getting Information About Cgroups

Virtualization with Linux
 Virtualization Concepts
 Virtualization Modes
 Linux and Xen Integration
 KVM
 libvirt
 Virtual Networks
 Creating Virtual Machines
 Managing the Life Cycle of a Virtual Machine

Virtualization with Linux Containers
 Linux Containers: Introduction
 Linux Container Resource Isolation
 Linux Container Configuration File
 Linux Container Template Scripts
 lxc-oracle Container Template
 Starting and Stopping a Container
 Linux Container Utilities
 Creating a Linux Container from an Existing root file system

Security Enhanced Linux (SELinux)
 Introduction to SELinux
 SELinux Administration GUI
 SELinux Modes
 SELinux Policies
 SELinux Booleans
 SELinux File Labeling
 SELinux Context
 SELinux Users

Core Dump Analysis
 System Core Collection: Kexec and Kdump
 Kdump Setup Configuration GUI
 netdump Utility
 Kernel Tuning Parameters
 Magic SysRq Keys
 crash Utility
 kernel-debuginfo RPM Packages
 General Guidelines for Using crash

Dynamic Tracking with DTrace
 DTrace: Introduction
 Reasons to Use DTrace on Linux
 DTrace-Enabled Applications
 DTrace Probes
 DTrace Providers
 DTrace Actions
 Built-in D Variables
 D Scripts

 

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