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Solaris 10 Operating System Essentials
  1. Introducing the Solaris 10 OS Directory Hierarchy
    1. Describe / (root) subdirectories
    2. Describe file components
    3. Describe file types
    4. Use hard links
  2. Managing Local Disk Devices
    1. Describe the basic architecture of a disk
    2. Describe the naming conventions for devices
    3. List devices
    4. Reconfigure devices
    5. Perform hard disk partitioning
    6. Manage disk labels
  3. Describing Interface Configurations
    1. Control and monitor network interfaces
    2. Configure Internet Protocol, version 4 (IPv4) interfaces at boot time
  4. Managing Solaris OS UFS File Systems
    1. Identify disk-based, distributed, and pseudo file systems in the Solaris OS
    2. Describe Solaris OS ufs file systems
    3. Create a new ufs file system
    4. Check the file system using the fsck command
    5. Resolve file system inconsistencies
    6. Monitor file system use
  5. Introduction to the ZFS File System
    1. Describe the Solaris ZFS file system
    2. Create new ZFS file system properties
    3. Modify ZFS file system properties
    4. Destroy ZFS pools and file systems
    5. Work with ZFS snapshots and clones
    6. Use ZFS datasets with Solaris Zones
  6. Performing Mounts and Unmounts
    1. Identify mounting basics
    2. Perform mounts
    3. Perform unmounts
    4. Mount and unmount ZFS file systems
    5. Access a mounted diskette or CD-ROM
    6. Restrict access to a mounted diskette or CD-ROM
    7. Access a diskette or CD-ROM without Volume Management (vold)
  7. Performing Solaris 10 OS Package Administration
    1. Describe the fundamentals of package administration
    2. Administer packages using the command-line interface
    3. Describe file types
    4. Use hard links
  8. Managing Software Patches on the Solaris 10 OS
    1. Describe the fundamentals of patch administration
    2. Install and remove patches and patch clusters
  9. Executing Boot PROM Commands
    1. Identify boot programmable read-only memory (PROM) fundamentals
    2. Use basic boot PROM commands
    3. Identify the systems boot device
    4. Create and remove custom device aliases
    5. View and change nonvolatile random access memory (NVRAM) parameters from shell
    6. Interrupt an unresponsive system
  10. Using the Grand Unified Bootloader
    1. Discuss the purpose of the Grand Unified Bootloader (GRUB)
    2. Describe GRUB terminology and basic functions
    3. Modify x86 system boot behavior in the Solaris OS
    4. Use the eeprom command
    5. Use the kernel command
    6. Describe and manage GRUB boot archives
    7. Boot a system in the GRUB-based boot environment
    8. Interrupt an unresponsive system
  11. Performing Legacy Boot and Shutdown Procedures
    1. Identify the phases of the boot process
    2. Identify run level fundamentals
    3. Control boot processes
    4. Perform system shutdown procedures
  12. Using the Service Management Facility
    1. Describe the Service Management Facility (SMF) features
    2. Compare run levels and SMF milestones
    3. Use SMF administrative commands
    4. View and modify SMF parameters
  13. Performing User Administration
    1. Describe user administration fundamentals
    2. Manage user accounts
    3. Manage initialization files
  14. Controlling System Processes
    1. View system processes
    2. Kill frozen processes
    3. Schedule an automatic one-time execution of a command
    4. Schedule an automatic recurring execution of a command
  15. Solaris 10 Operating System Installation Requirements
    1. Identify Solaris 10 Operating System installation methods, requirements, and options
    2. Describe Secure by Default installation concepts

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System Administration - Solaris 10 Operating System, Part 2 (SA-202-S10)
  1. Managing Swap Configuration
    1. Configure swap space
  2. Managing Crash Dumps and Core Files
    1. Manage crash dump behavior
    2. Manage core file behavior
  3. Configuring NFS
    1. Describe the benefits of NFS
    2. Describe the fundamentals of the NFS distributed file system
    3. Manage an NFS server
    4. Manage an NFS client
    5. Enable the NFS server logging
    6. Manage NFS with the Solaris Management Console storage folder tools
    7. Troubleshoot NFS errors
  4. Configuring AutoFS
    1. Describe the fundamentals of the AutoFS file system
    2. Use automount maps
  5. Describing RAID
    1. Describe RAID
  6. Configuring Solaris Volume Manager Software
    1. Describe Solaris Volume Manager software concepts
    2. Build a RAID-0 (concatenated) volume
    3. Build a RAID-1 (mirror) volume for the root (/) file system
  7. Configuring Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)
    1. Describe RBAC fundamentals
    2. Describe component interaction within RBAC
    3. Manage RBAC by using the Solaris Management Console
    4. Manage RBAC by using the command line
  8. Configuring System Messaging
    1. Describe the fundamentals of the syslog function
    2. Configure the /etc/syslog.conf file
    3. Configure syslog messaging
    4. Use the Solaris Management Console log viewer
  9. Using Name Services
    1. Describe the name service concept
    2. Describe the name service switch file /etc/nsswitch.conf
    3. Describe the name service cache daemon (nscd)
    4. Get name service information
  10. Configuring Name Service Clients
    1. Configure a DNS client
    2. Configure an LDAP client
  11. Introduction to Zones
    1. Identify the different zones features
    2. Understand how and why zone partitioning is used
    3. Configure zones
    4. Install zones
    5. Boot zones
    6. Move a zone
    7. Migrate a zone
    8. Delete a zone
    9. Administer packages with zones
    10. Upgrade the Solaris 10 OS with installed zones
    11. Use 1x Branded Zones
  12. Introduction to LDAP
    1. Understand the use of LDAP as a naming service
    2. Describe basic LDAP concepts and terminology
    3. Identify the Directory Server Enterprise Edition requirements
    4. Identify Solaris LDAP Client requirements
  13. Configuring JumpStart Installation Using the Solaris 10 Operating System
    1. Describe the JumpStart configurations
    2. Implement a basic JumpStart server for SPARC® and x86/x64 clients
    3. Describe booting x86/x64 systems using the Preboot Execution Environment (PXE)
    4. Set up a DHCP server to support x86/x64 JumpStart clients
    5. Set up JumpStart software configuration alternatives
    6. Set up JumpStart to create a ZFS mirrored root pool
    7. Troubleshoot JumpStart configurations
  14. Performing Live Upgrade Using the Solaris 10 Operating System
    1. Describe the benefits of using Live Upgrade
    2. Describe the Solaris Live Upgrade process
    3. Describe Solaris Live Upgrade requirements
    4. Identify the Solaris Live Upgrade commands
    5. Create an alternate boot environment cloned from a running system
    6. Create a differential flash archive in a Live Upgrade boot environment
    7. Modify the state of the new boot environment
    8. Extend a base boot environment with a differential flash archive
    9. Use Live Upgrade to patch a system
    10. Using JumpStart to implement a Live Upgrade environment
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