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Advanced Admin - Linux

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Combined Courses

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Duration
3 years hands-on exp in Unix
Level 2 in Linux Administration
RHEL6 Troubleshooting
AIX Jumpstart (Unit 1 to 13)
PowerVM + VIO (AN30G): Unit 1, 2, 4, 5

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AIX - Top 5 scenarios to be discussed in detail by LBG


Linux - Top 5 scenarios to be discussed in detail by LBG
ITIL (INC, PROB, CHG, CAP)

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Module
1 Unit 1 - Software Management
1 Unit 2 - Network Management
1 Unit 3 - Storage Management
1 Unit 4 - Logical Volume Management (LVM)
2 Unit 5 - Account Management
2 Unit 6 - Authentication Management
2 Unit 8 - Boot Management
2 Unit 10 - Security Enhanced Linux (SELinux) Management
3 Unit 11 - Firewall Management
3 Unit 13 - System Logging (rsyslog) Service
3 Unit 17 - Network File System (NFS) Service
3 Unit 18 - Common Internet File System (CIFS) Service

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DROPPED MODULES
Unit 7 - Installation, Kickstart, and Virtualization
Unit 9 - Scheduling Commands (at and cron)
Unit 12 - Network Time Protocol (NTP) Service
Unit 14 - Web (HTTP/HTTPS) Service
Unit 15 - Email (SMTP) Service
Unit 16 - Domain Name System (DNS) Service
Unit 19 - File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Service
Unit 20 - Common UNIX Printing System (CUPS) Service

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Manage packages with yum, rpm, and RHN; build an RPM package and place it in a reposito
Configure and troubleshoot network settings; configure network bonding
Manage partitioning, filesystems and swap space; configure encrypted partitions and iSCSI
Manage physical volumes, volume groups and logical volumes with their filesystems
Provide password aging for accounts; use ACLs and SGID directories for collaborative direct
Configure an LDAP and Kerberos client; configure autofs to support authentication client
Configure runlevels and sysctl; reset the root password; understand the boot process
Understand, troubleshoot, and manage SELinux
Manage the firewall
Troubleshoot by finding and analyzing logs; configure remote logging
Manage the NFS service; use autofs to access the NFS server
Configure a CIFS server; use autofs to access the CIFS server

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Install a system and manage kickstart and firstboot; use virtualization tools to manage virtu
Schedule commands using at and cron
Configure an NTP server and provide that service to clients
Manage a web server with virtual hosts and using file/directory access controls
Null client; outbound smarthost relay; accept inbound connections
Configure a caching nameserver and DNS forwarder
Provide anonymous-only download service; provide drop-box upload service
Configure local and remote printers

Module
1. Being Proactive, Part 1
2. Being Proactive, Part 2
3. Basic Troubleshooting Techniques and Procedures
4. Booting Issues
5. Hardware Issues
6. File System Issues
7. Disk Issues
8. Networking Issues
9. Application Issues
10. Security Issues
11. Red Hat Resources

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Proactively monitor log files, hardware, file systems, and system and network performance
Several approaches to managing configuration changes and developing a recovery plan
An introduction to troubleshooting methods, best practices, and tools
Use recovery runlevels and rescue mode; work with advanced GRUB features
Preempting hardware failures (looking for the signs); protecting against hardware failures; redundant c
Locate unauthorized changes; audit software; file system tuning and repair; file recovery
Rescuing LVM volumes; maintenance of LUKS-encrypted volumes
Manual configuration of network cards; connectivity issues; network diagnostic tools; monitor packets
An overview of tools and techniques for troubleshooting applications; some common application probl
Working effectively with (and not against) security tools, including SELinux, authentication, and firewa
Support options; Knowledgebase; certified training; initiating support calls; TAM support; developer su

Course Content - Power Systems for AIX - Virtualization I: Implementing Virtualization (AN30G)
Day 1
Unit 1: Introduction to partitioning
Exercise 1: Power System documentation overview
Unit 2: Processor virtualization
Exercise 2: Processor virtualization configuration
Day 2
Unit 3: Integrated Virtual Ethernet
Exercise 3: Integrated Virtual Ethernet configuration
Unit 4: Virtual Ethernet
Exercise 4: Virtual Ethernet Adapter configuration
Unit 5 - Topic 1: Virtual I/O Server and virtual devices
Exercise 5 - Topic 1: Virtual I/O Server and client partition configuration
Day 3
Unit 5 - Topic 2: Virtual I/O Server and virtual devices
Exercise 5 - Topic 2: Virtual I/O Server and client partition configuration
Unit 6: Virtual network configurations with dual VIOS
Exercise 6: Shared Ethernet adapter failover setup
Day 4
Unit 7: Virtual SCSI configurations with dual VIOS
Exercise 7: Dual VIO servers configuration with MPIO in the client partition
Unit 8: N_Port ID Virtualization
Exercise 8. Virtual Fibre Channel adapter configuration
Unit 9: Migration from Physical to Virtual Storage

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Course Content - PowerHA 7 Planning, Implementing, Customizing and Administration (AN61G)


Day 1
Welcome and course introduction
Unit 1: Introduction to PowerHA SystemMirror
Unit 2: Planning and configuring network and storage
Exercise 1
Exercise 2
Day 2
Unit 3: Configuring applications for PowerHA SystemMirror
Unit 4: Configuring a PowerHA SystemMirror cluster
Exercise 3
Exercise 4
Day 3
Unit 5: Cluster validation and testing
Unit 6: PowerHA SystemMirror administration
Exercise 5
Exercise 6
Day 4
Unit 7: PowerHA SystemMirror event processing
Unit 8: Basic Troubleshooting
Exercise 7
Exercise 8
Day 5
Unit 9: PowerHA SystemMirror installation
Exercise 9
Open lab

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