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Linux System Administration II

This course is intended to provide advanced Linux Administration skills for users who have basic Linux admin skills.

3.95 (15 reviews)

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16.5 hours

Content

Feb 2021

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What you will learn

Chapter 01. Introduction Linux System Administration II

Chapter 02. Running commands Efficiently & BASH Scripts

Chapter 03. Scheduling Jobs

Chapter 04. Influencing process Schedules & Tuning

Chapter 05. Access Control Lists

Chapter 06. SELinux Security

Chapter 07. Basic Storage Management (Partitions/File Systems/Persistent Mounts)

Chapter 08. Logical Volume Management

Chapter 09. Advanced Storage Features/ Layered Storage-Stratis

Chapter 10. Network-Attached Storage (NAS)

Chapter 11. Linux Boot Process

Chapter 12. Securing Network

Chapter 13. Understanding Linux Installation

Chpater 14. Wrap-Up Sessions


Description

This Course is designed for students who have experience on core Linux system administration tasks or having basic knowledge in of Linux commands or those who have completed the first course module. This course is intended to provide advanced Linux Administration skills.

After completing this course, you can take the most demanding Linux Administration certifications in the industry & enhance your Linux system administration skills which would help you confidently managing Linux based systems or servers.


What will students learn in your course?

Chapter 01. Introduction Linux System Administration II

Chapter 02. Running commands Efficiently & BASH Scripts

Chapter 03. Scheduling Jobs

Chapter 04. Influencing process Schedules & Tuning

Chapter 05. Access Control Lists

Chapter 06. SELinux Security

Chapter 07. Basic Storage Management (Partitions/File Systems/Persistent Mounts)

Chapter 08.  Logical Volume Management

Chapter 09. Advanced Storage Features/ Layered Storage-Stratis

Chapter 10. Network-Attached Storage (NAS)

Chapter 11. Linux Boot Process

Chapter 12. Securing Network

Chapter 13. Understanding Linux Installation

Chpater 14.  Wrap-Up Sessions


Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?

Basic Linux command skills

Desktop or Laptop with virtualization capability (VT Enabled Processor)

Any virtualization tool like VMware workstation or virtual box


Who are your target students?

Students who have completed basic Linux administration or Linux System Administration I

If you are certified on any of the Linux platform then you can directly take to this module


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Content

Introduction

Red Hat System Administration II Intro

Orientation to Lab Environment

Scheduling Future Tasks

Scheduling a Deferred Users Job

Scheduling a Job using "at" Command

"at" Command Examples

Controlling "at" Jobs using Queue Designation

05. Controlling access to "at" Command

Scheduling Recurring User Jobs using CRONTAB

Crontab Scenarios - Scenario -1

Crontab Scenarios - Scenario -2

Crontab Scenario - 3

Scheduling Recurring System Jobs

Lab : Scheduling Recurring System Job

Scheduling Recurring Jobs Using Systemd Timer

Managing Temporary Files

Cleaning Temporary Files using Systemd TImer

Lab : Cleaning Temporary Files from a Custom Directory

Tuning System Performance

Overview of Tuning Daemon

Lab: Tuning Profiles

Changing Tuning Profile through COCKPIT

Process Scheduling & MultiTasking

Running Processes with Different Nice Values

Lab: Influencing Process Scheduling

Changing Nice Value of Existing Process

Controlling Access to Files with ACLs

Introduction to ACL

Securing Files using ACL

Default ACL

Lab: ACL Permissions

Setting ACLs on Directory

Denying a Perticulr User from the Allowed Group

Managing SELinux Security

Introduction to SELinux

Configuring SELinux File Contexts

Different SELinux Modes

Lab: SELinux Modes

Effect of SELinux Mode on Website Under NonDefault Directories

Changing SELinux Context Temporarily

Changing SELinux Context Permanently

SELinux Inheritance

Managing Basic Storage

Introduction To Disk Partitioning

Introduction to MBR and GPT

MBR in Depth

GPT in Depth

Partitioning a Disk

Introduction to Swap Space

Enabling/Managing Swap Space

Managing Logical Volumes

Introduction to Logical Volume Management

Logical Volume Architecture

Creating Physical Volume, Volume Group and Logical Volume

Removing Logical Volume, Volume Group and Physical Volume

Reducing Volume Group Size

Extending Logical Volume

Extending Swap Space

Implementing Advanced Storage Features

Managing Layered Storage with Stratis

Creating Stratis Storage Pool, FileSystem and Mount Point

Persistently Mounting Stratis Based File System

Adding Additional Disk to Stratis Pool

Removing FileSystem from Stratis Storage Pool

Accessing Network-Attached Storage

Introduction to NFS

Intro to NFS Conf Tool

NFSConf Tool using Command-Line

Creating & Exporting NFS Share

Lab: Creating NFS share and Mounting on remote server

Lab: creating NFS Share for a User Group

Introduction to AutoFS

Lab: AutoFS

NFS Share using Indirect Wildcraft Map with AutoFS

NFS Share Using Direct Map

Controlling the Boot Process

Linux Boot Process

Selecting the Boot Target

Selecting Default Taget while Booting

Booting in Rescue Mode

Resetting ROOT password SELinux NOT enabled

Resetting ROOT Password SELInux Enabled

Fixing File System Issues

Managing Network Security

Linux Firewall Using Cockpit & CLI

Controlling SSH (Secure Shell Access)

Controlling HTTP Access

Port Forwarding

Concept of NAT/PAT

Installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Creating VM Template using VMware Workstation

RHEL8 Manual Installation

Kickstart Installation Process

Kickstart Server Initial Configuration

Kickstart Installtion Part1 (Configuring Yum Server)

Kickstart Installation Part2 (Configuaring DHCP & TFTP Service)

Kickstart Installation Part3 (Kickstart File COnfiguration)

Kickstart Installation Part4 (Installting Network Node)


Reviews

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Alessandro22 October 2020

In my opinion it is too slow and redundant, it's not really meant for "who have experience on core linux system administration tasks".

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Pratidnya7 May 2020

Excellent Course with in depth explainations. Dhananjay's teaching methodology is excellent and every concept is tought in depth in a very simple and understandable language. Thanks Dhananjay.


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1/30/2020

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5/8/2020

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