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RH133 Red Hat Linux System Administration Content

RH133 Red Hat Linux System Administration

UNIT 1 – Hardware, Device Configuration, and Installation

clip_image001   Objectives
clip_image001[1]   Agenda
clip_image001[2]   Initial Installation
clip_image001[3]   Hardware Overview
clip_image001[4]   Hardware Compatibility
clip_image001[5]   General Hardware Resources
clip_image001[6]   CPU and Memory
clip_image001[7]   Filesystem Device Nodes
clip_image001[8]   System Bus Support
clip_image001[9]   Hotswappable Bus Support
clip_image001[10]   Laptops
clip_image001[11]   Disk Partitioning
clip_image001[12]   Sample Partition Structure
clip_image001[13]   Block Devices and Flesystems
clip_image001[14]   Filesystem Schemes
clip_image001[15]   The Red Hat Installer
clip_image001[16]   Installer Features
clip_image001[17]   Red hat Linux Installation
clip_image001[18]   Partitioning hard Drives
clip_image001[19]   Software RAID
clip_image001[20]   LVM: Logical Volume Manager
clip_image001[21]   Network Configuration
clip_image001[22]   Firewall Setup
clip_image001[23]   Package Selection
clip_image001[24]   Validating the Installation
clip_image001[25]   Serial Console Installation
clip_image001[26]   Noprobe Mode and Driver Disks
clip_image001[27]   Post-Install Configuration
clip_image001[28]   System Configuration
clip_image001[29]   End of Unit 1
clip_image001[30]   Lab: Hardware and Installation

UNIT 2 – Linux Filesystem Management
clip_image001[32]   Agenda
clip_image001[33]   System Initialization: Device Recognition
clip_image001[34]   Desk Partitioning
clip_image001[35]   Managing partitions
clip_image001[36]   Managing Data: Filesystem Basics
clip_image001[37]   Managing Data: Filesystem Creation
clip_image001[38]   Journaling for ext2 filesystems: ext3
clip_image001[39]   ReiserFS and JFS
clip_image001[40]   Managing Data: mount
clip_image001[41]   Managing Data: mount options
clip_image001[42]   Managing Data: Connecting Network Resources
clip_image001[43]   Managing Data: /etc/fstab
clip_image001[44]   Managing Data: Unmounting Filesystems
clip_image001[45]   Managing Data: The Auto-Mounter
clip_image001[46]   Ext2/ext3 Filesystem Attributes
clip_image001[47]   Virtual Memory Files
clip_image001[48]   Filesystem Maintenance
clip_image001[49]   Filesystem Maintenance (cont.)
clip_image001[50]   Determining Filesystem Usage
clip_image001[51]   Adding a Drive
clip_image001[52]   End of Unit 2
clip_image001[53]   Lab: Using autofs and Adding Swap

UNIT 3 – System Initialization and Services
clip_image001[55]   Agenda
clip_image001[56]   Boot sequence
clip_image001[57]   BIOS Initialization
clip_image001[58]   Boot Loader
clip_image001[59]   Kernel Initialization
clip_image001[60]   Init Initialization
clip_image001[61]   Run Levels
clip_image001[62]   Daemon Processes
clip_image001[63]   /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit
clip_image001[64]   /etc/rc.d/rc
clip_image001[65]   System V run levels
clip_image001[66]   /etc/rc.d/rc.local
clip_image001[67]   Virtual Consoles
clip_image001[68]   Controlling Services
clip_image001[69]   System Shutdown
clip_image001[70]   System Reboot
clip_image001[71]   End of Unit 3
clip_image001[72]   Lab: Managing Startup

UNIT 4 – User Administration
clip_image001[74]   Agenda
clip_image001[75]   User Policy Considerations
clip_image001[76]   The User Account Database- /etc/passwd
clip_image001[77]   Adding a New User Account
clip_image001[78]   Modifying/Deleting Accounts
clip_image001[79]   Password Aging policies
clip_image001[80]   Authentication Configuration
clip_image001[81]   Group Administration
clip_image001[82]   Switching Accounts
clip_image001[83]   File Ownership
clip_image001[84]   Linux File Permissions
clip_image001[85]   SUID / SGID Executables
clip_image001[86]   The Sticky Bit
clip_image001[87]   The Setgid Access Mode
clip_image001[88]   Default File Permissions
clip_image001[89]   User Private Groups
clip_image001[90]   User Environment (cont.)
clip_image001[91]   The Linux Quota System
clip_image001[92]   The Linux Quota System (cont.)
clip_image001[93]   End of Unit 4
clip_image001[94]   Lab: User and Group Administration

UNIT 5 – Network Configuration
clip_image001[96]   Agenda
clip_image001[97]   Device Recognition
clip_image001[98]   Network Interfaces
clip_image001[99]   Address Resolution Protocol
clip_image001[100]   mii-tool
clip_image001[101]   ifconfig
clip_image001[102]   ifup/ifdown
clip_image001[103]   Interface Configuration Files
clip_image001[104]   Configuration Utilities
clip_image001[105]   Multiple NICs
clip_image001[106]   Binding Multiple IP Addresses
clip_image001[107]   DHCP/BOOTP
clip_image001[108]   Allowing User Control of Network Interfaces
clip_image001[109]   Basic IP Routes
clip_image001[110]   Default Route
clip_image001[111]   IP Forwarding
clip_image001[112]   Global Network Parameters
clip_image001[113]   Name Resolution
clip_image001[114]   DNS Client Configuration
clip_image001[115]   DNS Troubleshooting
clip_image001[116]   Network Diagnostics
clip_image001[117]   End of Unit 5
clip_image001[118]   Lab: Static Network Settings

UNIT 6 – System Administration Tools
clip_image001[120]   Agenda
clip_image001[121]   Alternatives
clip_image001[122]   Using alternatives
clip_image001[123]   Print System User Interface
clip_image001[124]   CUPS Overview
clip_image001[125]   CUPS Configuration Files
clip_image001[126]   CUPS Queue management
clip_image001[127]   /etc/printcap and redhat-config-printer
clip_image001[128]   Task Automation
clip_image001[129]   Using at
clip_image001[130]   Controlling Access to at
clip_image001[131]   Using cron
clip_image001[132]   Crontab format
clip_image001[133]   System crontab Files
clip_image001[134]   Controlling Access to cron
clip_image001[135]   Using tmwatch
clip_image001[136]   System Log Configuration
clip_image001[137]   System Log Configuration (cont.)
clip_image001[138]   System Logging
clip_image001[139]   System Logging (cont.)
clip_image001[140]   Maintaining Logs
clip_image001[141]   Monitoring Logs
clip_image001[142]   Managing whatis
clip_image001[143]   System Mountoring and Process Control
clip_image001[144]   Backup To Tape
clip_image001[145]   Controlling Tape Drives
clip_image001[146]   Using tar
clip_image001[147]   Using dump/restore
clip_image001[148]   Using cpio
clip_image001[149]   Remote Backups
clip_image001[150]   Other Backup Software
clip_image001[151]   End of Unit 6
clip_image001[152]   Lab: System Administration Tools

UNIT 7- RPM, Boot Loaders, and Kickstart
clip_image001[154]   Agenda
clip_image001[155]   The RPM Way
clip_image001[156]   RPM Package Manager
clip_image001[157]   Installing and Removing Software
clip_image001[158]   Updating a Kernel RPM
clip_image001[159]   RPM Queries
clip_image001[160]   RPM Queries and Verification
clip_image001[161]   Other RPM Utilities and Features
clip_image001[162]   Red Hat Network (RHN)
clip_image001[163]   Automatic Dependency Resolution
clip_image001[164]   RHN in the Enterprise
clip_image001[165]   RHN Registration
clip_image001[166]   The up2date utility
clip_image001[167]   Remote Administration
clip_image001[168]   Boot Loader Components
clip_image001[169]   GRUB and grub.conf
clip_image001[170]   Starting the Boot Process: GRUB
clip_image001[171]   Multiboot Systems
clip_image001[172]   Ted Hat Linux Network Installation Server
clip_image001[173]   Using Kickstart to Automate Installation
clip_image001[174]   Kickstart: Commands section
clip_image001[175]   Kickstart: packages
clip_image001[176]   Kickstart: pre, post
clip_image001[177]   End of Unit7
clip_image001[178]   Lab: RPM and Kickstart

UNIT 8 – Kernel Services and Configuration
clip_image001[180]   Agenda
clip_image001[181]   Kernel Modules
clip_image001[182]   Kernel Module Configuration
clip_image001[183]   The /proc filesystem
clip_image001[184]   /proc/sys configuration with sysct1
clip_image001[185]   Software RAID Configuration
clip_image001[186]   Software RAID Recovery
clip_image001[187]   Creating Logical Volumes
clip_image001[188]   Resizing Logical Volumes
clip_image001[189]   Logical Volume Snapshots
clip_image001[190]   End of Unit 8
clip_image001[191]   Lab: Logical Volumes and RAID

UNIT 9 – The X Window System
clip_image001[193]   Agenda
clip_image001[194]   The X Window System
clip_image001[195]   The X Protocol
clip_image001[196]   Network- Transparent
clip_image001[197]   X Security
clip_image001[198]   Xauth with ssh
clip_image001[199]   X Modularity
clip_image001[200]   Window Managers
clip_image001[201]   Display Managers
clip_image001[202]   XFree86 Startup (startx)
clip_image001[203]   XFree86 Startup (prefdm)
clip_image001[204]   Extensibility
clip_image001[205]   X Server Configuration
clip_image001[206]   X Server Design
clip_image001[207]   The X Font Server
clip_image001[208]   End of Unit 9
clip_image001[209]   Lab: The X Window System

UNIT 10 – Troubleshooting
clip_image001[211]   Agenda
clip_image001[212]   Troubleshooting
clip_image001[213]   Things to Check:X
clip_image001[214]   Things to Check: Services
clip_image001[215]   Things to Check: Networking
clip_image001[216]   Things to Check: Booting
clip_image001[217]   Filesystem Corruption
clip_image001[218]   Filesystem Recovery
clip_image001[219]   Recovery Run-levels
clip_image001[220]   Boot Floppies
clip_image001[221]   Rescue Environment
clip_image001[222]   Rescue Environment Utilities
clip_image001[223]   Rescue Environment Details