UN201

Linux Administration

Confidently manage your Linux servers.

91%

overall satisfaction for this course

?Average calculated from scores obtained from 546 participants who took this course.
  • Duration 3 days
  • Regular fee 1 375
  • Preferential fee 1 165?
  • Locations
    • Montreal
  • Laboratory
    course
SUMMARY
DETAILS

Objectives

To provide the knowledge and skills required to install, configure and administer Linux servers.

Targeted audience

Network specialists (other than DBAs).

Prerequisite

Practical experience with basic UNIX commands (Course UN101).

Special Note

Customer Testimonials

Very good content.

Francis G. / Administrateur de systèmes, Téléfilm Canada

Content

  • Introduction to Linux and its various distributions
  • Architecture, including memory, tasks, I/O and modules
  • Installation and hardware support
  • Managing applications: archives and packages
  • Administrative tools such as Webmin
  • Structure and management of file systems, fdisk, LVM, ext4 tools, xfs and other, quotas, ACL
  • Administering users: system files, private groups and PAM
  • Managing processes and system journals
  • Configuration and start-up processes
  • Configuring TCP/IP networks: network interfaces, routing, DNS and diagnostic tools
  • Printer management: definitions, configuring and using CUPS (appendix)
  • Backup and recovery: strategies, dump/restore, tar, cpio and pax (appendix)
  • Configuring servers and clients for graphical XWindow programs (appendix)
  • Kernel optimization and reconfiguration (appendix)

DATES*

*Unless stated otherwise, all sessions are in French.
  • Montreal

    February 7 to February 9 2018

  • Montreal

    June 5 to June 7 2018

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