Solaris Online Training

Solaris Online Training

    • Course Duration

      This course requires 40 hours of training with two convenient options (weekday or weekend sessions)

      Training Materials

      1. Lucid, clear, up to date and easy to understand course content for each modules contained in the curriculum
      2. Helps with real time scenario based training designed by certified Industry experts and working professionals with vast experience on real time projects.
      3. Advanced training built on latest tools, innovative teaching methods and real time exercises
      4. Live hands on practice sessions

      What’s Needed To Join This Course?

      A candidate needs to know basic Unix commands to do this course

      Who Are Ideal Candidates?

      Graduate from any discipline with knowledge of Unix OS is suitable to pursue this course

      Course Info

      The online Solaris training course covers fundamental user and system administration skills in the Solaris environment. It aims to develop the common skills that an administrator needs to perform and how they are handled in the flavour of Unix. Course covers various topics related to Solaris environment such as system concepts, installation, administration and configuration of CDE, file system, user administration, boot process, run levels, volume management, backup and recovery, schedule jobs, swap management, process control and package administration.


      Solaris online training course at our institute is designed by software professionals with nearly 15 years of working knowledge in some of the country's best software firms. Some of the benefits offered by our training institution are:

      1. Live chat, discussions and online collaboration features allows smooth flow of information between students, peers and trainers
      2. Live, real-time and interactive training sessions. Non self-paced or pre-recorded sessions to give you a feel of in-person classroom training
      3. 100 % job placement guarantee offered post successful completion of the training
      4. Reasonable course fee
    • Solaris Online Training Course Content

      Solaris 8 System Administrator

      Installation, Initialization, and Shutdown

      1. The Boot Process and Boot PROM
      2. User and Software Package Administration
      3. System Security and Remote Connection
      4. Process Control
      5. File Systems, Files, and Directories
      6. Disk Configuration
      7. Backup and Recovery
      8. vi Editor and Command Syntax
      9. LP Print Service
      10. Practice Exam

      Lesson Detail:

      Installation, Initialization, and Shutdown

      1. Selected system administrator terms
      2. Requirements and preparation for installation
      3. Software and configuration clusters
      4. System configuration to be installed
      5. Disk storage systems
      6. Device drivers
      7. Installing the Solaris 8 software
      8. Power on and booting the system
      9. System run states
      10. Init phase
      11. Stopping and starting services with control scripts
      12. System shutdown

      The Boot Process and Boot PROM

      1. OpenBoot environment
      2. OpenBoot architecture
      3. OpenBoot interface
      4. PROM full device names
      5. OpenBoot device aliases
      6. OpenBoot non-volatile RAM (NVRAM)
      7. OpenBoot security
      8. OpenBoot diagnostics
      9. Input and output control
      10. boot
      11. Kernel

      User and Software Package Administration

      1. Adding user accounts with Admintool
      2. Managing user accounts with Admintool
      3. Managing users from the command line
      4. User initialization files
      5. Home directories and name services
      6. Managing software
      7. Listing and spooling software packages
      8. Adding and removing software
      9. Software patches

      System Security and Remote Connection

      1. Physical security
      2. Controlling system access
      3. Storing user account information
      4. Controlling file access
      5. Permission schemes for user and group IDs
      6. Access Control Lists (ACLs)
      7. Managing ACL entries
      8. Setting path and identification permission
      9. Monitoring users and system usage
      10. Obtaining login information
      11. Using firewalls and securing network services
      12. Other network security methods
      13. Remote system operations and the trusted host
      14. Restricting FTP
      15. Restricting root access
      16. Monitoring superuser access
      17. Automated Security Enhancement Tool (ASET)

      Process Control

      1. Viewing a process
      2. The pgrep and prstat commands
      3. Process Manager
      4. Using signals
      5. Scheduling processes
      6. The crontab command
      7. The at command
      8. syslog and other logs

      File Systems, Files, and Directories

      1. A file system defined
      2. Solaris file system types
      3. Disk slices
      4. Creating slices with the format utility
      5. Parts of a UFS file system
      6. Creating a UFS file system
      7. Custom file system parameters
      8. File system operations
      9. Mounting file systems
      10. Displaying mounted file systems
      11. Constructing a file system
      12. Tuning file systems
      13. Options for mounting a file system
      14. Unmounting a file system
      15. Volume Manager
      16. Modifying devices with the Volume Manager
      17. Troubleshooting media devices
      18. Information on file systems

      Disk Configuration

      1. Device drivers
      2. Physical device names
      3. Device auto-configuration
      4. Instance names
      5. Transparent configurations
      6. Major and minor device numbers
      7. Logical device names
      8. Virtual volume management
      9. Metadevices and drivers
      10. StorEdge Volume Manager

      Backup and Recovery

      1. Backup media and utilities
      2. The tar command
      3. The dd command
      4. The cpio command
      5. The pax command
      6. The ufsdump command
      7. The ufsrestore command
      8. Recovering file systems

      Vi Editor and Command Syntax

      1. Shell script basics
      2. Selecting a shell to use
      3. Bourne shell variables
      4. Bourne shell built-ins and conditionals
      5. The if and case conditionals
      6. Repeated-action commands and functions
    • “Solaris online training tutorials provided by them were to the point, self-explanatory and highly beneficial. It made it easy to master each and every element contained in the subject.” – Ashwin Menon
      “Being a working professional i could not attend the regular course. Solaris online training course helped me with flexible timings that made it possible to complete the course successfully.”- Malika Jain
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