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Syllabus

Focus: SUSE Enterprise Administration

Duration: 8-Hours

    • Setup
      • Discuss Features
      • AWS Provisioning
      • Identify Default User
      • Update DNS
      • Confirm connectivity
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    • Basic Linux Skills - Command Line Interface (CLI) - BASH
      • ls, pwd, cd, cp, mv, rm, mkdir, rmdir, whoami, man, info
      • alias, cat, file, chmod, chown, history
      • Standard in/out, UNIX Pipes, Redirection, Command Chaining
      • ps, df, free, vmstat, top
      • less, more, head, tail
      • which, whereis, w, who
      • Explore BASH configuration files
      • Use grep and awk to process text files
      • Archival & Compression Utilities: tar, gzip, bzip2, zip
      • Explore important facets of BASH environment
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    • Common Clients
      • Wget - HTTP/HTTPS/FTP connectivity
      • SSH clients
      • ss
      • PING
      • curl
      • dig, host, nslookup, whois
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    • Users | Groups | Permissions
      • Key Files
      • Use YaST to create and manage users and groups
      • Use stat to ascertain file information
      • SETGID | Sticky Bit
      • SYMLINKS
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    • CRON - System Scheduler
      • Explore Cron Implementation
      • Explain scheduling options
      • Global and scope-based Cron options
      • Schedules jobs to run & examine the output
      • Configure individual Crontab entries
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    • SYSLOG | LOG ROTATE
      • Explanation of syslog facilities & levels
      • Discuss rSYSLOG features & enhancements
      • Demonstrate syslog administration
      • Enable rSYSLOG network listener
      • Explore automatic log rotation and customization via Logrotate
      • Configure Logrotate to rotate & compress sample log files
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    • Storage Administration
      • Discuss features and benefits of LVM
      • Implement Logical Volume Management
      • Evaluate results
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    • IP Configuration
      • Administer IP
      • Provision IP aliases and evaluate
      • Add network routes as needed
      • Confirm interface configuration
      • Apache HTTPD Server
        • Install Apache HTTPD
        • Confirm content delivery
        • Enable IP-based Virtual Hosts
        • Test access to various content
        • Transition to Name-based Virtual Hosts
        • Contrast with IP-based Virtual Hosts
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      • Network Reconnaissance
        • Install NMap
        • Explore common features
        • Ascertain local resources
        • Contrast discrepancies
        • Find subnet-wide hosts
        • Perform comprehensive scan of subnet-wide hosts

LinuxCBT SLES-15x Edition

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