Solaris 10 System Administration Part II Exam CX-310-202 Bill Calkins In this book you’ll learn Advanced Topics in Solaris 10 System Administration for SPARC and x86-based systems including: Administering the network environment in Solaris 10 Setting up RAID metadevices using SVM Configuring ZFS storage pools and file systems Configuring and administering Solaris zones and containers Administering virtual file systems and swap space Creating and administering user and Role-Based access accounts (RBAC) Using advanced installation tools to install, clone, and upgrade the operating system Bill’s original Cert Prep guides were used throughout Sun’s service organization as the SEs studied for Certification. This was not mandated by Sun management but happened through word-of-mouth by those software engineers who had successfully passed the exam. In this new edition, Bill adds a chapter for ZFS. It includes Live Upgrade conversion to a ZFS root filesystem and Zone/ZFS inter-operation. Plus, all chapters have been updated to reflect the Solaris 10 10/08 enhancements. This new guide remains the best source of preparation for the Solaris 10 Cert exam. –Brian Howard, Systems Engineer / Solaris Ambassador WRITTEN BY A LEADING SOLARIS EXPERT! Bill Calkins is owner and president of Pyramid Consulting, a computer training and consulting firm specializing in the implementation and administration of open systems. He works as a consultant with Sun Microsystems and has contributed extensively to the Solaris certification program and simulation technology. He also owns www.unixed.com, a website that provides online UNIX training materials. Bill has more than 20 years of experience in UNIX system administration, consulting, and training at more than 250 different companies and government agencies and has authored several books on Solaris. informit.com/examcram ISBN-13: 978-0-7897-3817-2 ISBN-10: 0-7897-3817-1
Author: Solaris System EngineersPublish On: 2009-11-23
Author: Solaris System Engineers
Publisher: Pearson Education
Solaris™ 10 System Administration Essentials is the first book to concisely yet comprehensively cover all of the breakthrough features of the Solaris 10 operating system. The Solaris OS has a long history of innovation, and the Solaris 10 OS is a watershed release that includes features such as Zones, which provide application isolation and facilitate server consolidation ZFS™, the file system that provides a new approach to managing your data with an easy administration interface The Fault Management Architecture, which automates fault detection and resolution The Service Management Facility, a unified model for services and service management on every Solaris system Dynamic Tracing (DTrace), for troubleshooting OS and application problems on production systems in real time In addition, the Solaris 10 OS fully supports 32-bit and 64-bit x86 platforms, as well as the SPARC® architecture. The book’s key topics include Installing, booting, and shutting down a system Managing packages and patches (software updates) Controlling system processes Managing disks and devices Managing users Configuring networks Using printing services Solaris™ 10 System Administration Essentials is part of a new series on Solaris system administration. It is a practical guide to deploying and managing the Solaris 10 operating system in a business or academic environment. The book is easy to read and rich with examples—a perfect companion for system administrators who are deploying the Solaris OS for the first time.
With over a million licensed users for Solaris 8, Sun Microsystems successfully launched the long awaited Solaris 9 O/S in May 2002. Soon after, Sun revamped their popular certification track to include two tiered certifications. With new objectives, the Certified System Administrator, is positioned to be one of the most popular IT certifications. In order to obtain your Certified System Administrator certification, one must pass two exams. Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
The Ultimate Resource on Solaris 10. Includes full details on all the new features. Maximize all the capabilities of Sun Microsystems' FREE, innovative, and powerful UNIX-based operating system with help from this authoritative guide. Get full details on installation, process and device management, access control and security, networking, services, directories, and applications. You'll learn to take advantage of the new features available in Solaris 10, including the rewritten TCP/IP stack, the enhanced cryptographic framework, cross-platform optimization, Linux interoperability, and much more. Whether you're new to Solaris or migrating from Linux or Windows, you'll need this comprehensive resource. Install and run Solaris 10 on UltraSPARC or Intel systems Manage files, directories, and processes, and use shell commands Set up user- and role-based access control Use the Solaris Management Console (SMC) to manage users and groups Configure devices and file systems Implement efficient backup and recovery services Enable system logging, monitoring, accounting, and tuning Configure DHCP, firewalls, and remote access Work with DNS, NIS/NIS+, and LDAP Enable shared file systems and printers using Samba and/or NFS Use Sun Java System Application Server and Apache HTTP Server
Author: Michael Jang,Harry FoxwellPublish On: 2012-09-05
Author: Michael Jang,Harry Foxwell
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Take Full Advantage of the Oracle Solaris 11 Management Features Manage a highly scalable, cloud-based computing platform and deliver unmatched performance levels at every layer of your IT stack. Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration: The Complete Reference shows how to deploy Solaris from scratch. Get up-to-date details on installation options, device configuration, virtualization techniques, network security, file encryption, and Web services. NFS, Samba, and Apache are fully covered in this Oracle Press guide. Install Oracle Solaris 11 on x86 and SPARC machines Manage storage using the ZFS file system Define user roles and enforce strong access policies Create fully isolated zones and virtual system environments Configure print, e-mail, DNS, and DHCP services Share files and devices using NFS and Samba Set up Apache Web servers and deploy AMP applications
Author: Dr. Paul Watters,Paul WattersPublish On: 2002-01-22
Author: Dr. Paul Watters,Paul Watters
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
"Solaris 8 Administrator's Guide" covers all aspects of deploying Solaris as a net-work server, including both basic and advanced network services. The book shows many examples of configuration files and third-party software installations, and delves more deeply into difficult conceptual material than do the Solaris reference manuals.
Introducing Solaris system administrator's; Using basic OS commands; Administering devices; Administering file systems; Administering network services; Administering printing; Administering user accounts and groups; Understanding shells; Administering systems; Recognizing file acess problems; Major differences: SunOS 4.x versus SunOS 5.x operating systems.