Unix Server Administration Fundamentals - DIT 36081
|DIT 36081||63 hours|
FORMERLY DIT 36062 LINUX ADMINISTRATION in full-time programs.
And FORMERLY DIT 15544 Unix Administrator Level 1: LINUX OS POWER USER, DIT 15545 Unix Administrator Level 2: LINUX OS SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR, and DIT 15546 Unix Administrator Level 3: LINUX OS WEB MASTER in part-time programs.
While the shell interface presents some challenges, the efficiency of the virtual memory and a multitude of useful tools makes the Unix operating system appealing to many users. Unix Server Administration Fundamentals is a hands-on course that introduces students to the workstation and server environment of the Solaris System and the interaction of this system with graphical user interfaces and command-line functionality. Topics will include file structure, permissions, administrative functions, database files, configuration, remote access, and systems security.
Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:
- Configure a Unix server using command-line interface (CLI) instructions
- Administer users using command-line interface (CLI) functions.
- Administer file structure and related access permissions
- Use scripting to perform daily administrative functions
- Explain the structure of database files in a Unix environment.
- Configure a Unix workstation as a graphical interface for end-users or as a server for administrators.
- Connect remotely to a Unix server/workstation through Secure Shell (SSH) services.