System

LINUX 7

Training Overview :

Forscher Technology Solutions provides the LINUX 7 training program that delivers the knowledge requirements to perform day-to-day management operations on LINUX Basic Administration and its deployed landscapes, within your own or your customer's organization. The training is delivered by Subject Matter Experts currently managing, landscapes in real time environments. The course and its contents are developed by subject matter experts in the management of Linux based products.

Target Audience and Pre-requistes:

The training course is designed for candidates with prior UNIX experience to experienced Unix Manager. All trainings are designed and developed from the ground up, by training experts specifically to cater, candidates of all technical back grounds

Course Duration:

Fast Track - 5 Days

Normal Track - 4 to 5 weekends

Corporates - Custom built per Client requirements and modules

Part 1:
Module 1:

About the User Environment

  • LINUX 7 System overview

  • Process concepts and GNOME

Command Language

  • Logging into an LINUX

  • BASH shell syntax and rules

  • man,info and pinfo commands documentation

  • History control and command line editing

  • Shortcut control keys

Module 2:
Setup Secure communications with OpenSSH

  • Utilities (rsh,rlogin,rcp) support a trusted environment

  • Required packages and services .rhosts file

  • defining ssh keys setup on client and server systems

Managing Files

  • File specification syntax

  • device and Directory Specification

  • Regular expressions and special charaters

  • LINUX 7 cmds to manipulate files

  • File permission mechanisms

Creating and Editing Text files

  • Command line utilities to control file (content)

  • VIM editor, key operations and importance of .vimrc

Module 3:
Improving the user interface

  • Controlling the histroy mechanism

  • Creating command aliases

  • Redirection of input and output

  • Using hard and symbolic links and process control commands

Monitoring and managning Linux processes

  • Obtaining system information

  • Show process information and attributes

  • control process execution (background/daemon/signals(kill)

User Level Archival Operations

  • TAR utility syntax commands for product access

  • Using compression/uncompression commands gzip/gunzip

Module 4:
System Installtion and Updating

  • Installation types and methods

  • Maintaining the systems via patches

  • Managing system software

  • Package info, installing and removing (rpm, yum)

  • Creating and using (yum) repositories

Startup and Shutdown

  • Linux boot

  • GRUB loader stages and config

  • default bootstrap and boot to single-user mode

  • LINUX 7 startup methods, tools and procedures

  • Understanding systemd (daemons files)

  • Comparing systemd targets to run levels

  • Systemmctl and journald cmds

  • Adding services to the startup mechanisms

  • Shutdown methods and control

Module 5:
Managing of Systems Users

  • UID and GID concepts

  • Creating user accounts

  • Security through password aging

  • Controlling access by groups

Analyzing Logging Information

  • Collection mechanism

  • configuring rsyslogd and rsyslog.conf

Monitoring system Activity

  • Informational Utilities

  • vmstat/iostat/mpstat/pidstat/top

  • Contents of the /proc hierarchy files

Network Setup and configuration

  • Available Tools

  • Network Manager

  • nmcli,nmtui,nmtui-edi

  • host names and releated files

  • Configuring Network devices

Virtualization

  • Available tools

  • virt-install,virt-manager, virsh

  • creating and controlling a KVM