Moving from Solaris 10 to Solaris 11

Presentation

Objectives : Master Solaris 11 administration tasks.
Who can benefit : Oracle 10 System Administrators.
Prerequisites : Extensive experience in administering a Solaris 10 system.
Learning technique : Clear, theoretical course content divided into lessons and extensive LABS available on-line 24/24 7/7.
Student Progression : Student progression is monitored both in terms of effective course duration and in terms of student comprehension using self-assessment tests.
Operating Systems covered by this course : Oracle Solaris 11.

Contents

  • System Installation
    • Introduction
    • Installation
      • Preparing for Installation
        • Dual Boot Environments
        • Virtualisation
    • LAB #1 - Installing via Text Install
    • LAB #2 - Live Install in VirtualBox
    • Self-assessment test
  • Package and Boot Environment Administration
    • Solaris 10 pkgXYZ commands
      • Introduction
      • The pkginfo command
        • Command Line Switches
      • pkgadd
        • Command Line Switches
      • pkgchk
        • Command Line Switches
      • pkgrm
        • Command Line Switches
    • The Solaris 11 Image Packaging System (IPS)
      • Introduction
      • pkg Subcommands
      • LAB #1 - Using IPS
        • Basic pkg subcommands
        • Installing a Package
        • Uninstalling a Package
        • Searching for a Package containing a specific Program
        • Updating Packages
    • Solaris 11 Boot Environments
      • beadm Subcommands
      • LAB #2 - Managing Boot Environments
        • Using the beadm Command
    • Self-assessment test
  • Boot Process and Service Administration
    • Boot Process
      • SPARC Systems
      • x86 Systems
      • Grub 2
      • The Init Process
        • Inittab
        • Traditional Unix Run Levels
        • Solaris 11 Boot Milestones
    • Service Management Facility
      • Fault Management Resource Identifiers
      • SMF Service categories
      • SMF Service States
      • Legacy_run Services
      • SMF Commands
    • LAB #1 - Working with SMF
      • Using the svcs command
        • svcs switches
      • Using the svcadm command
      • Using the svcprop command
      • Maintenance mode
      • Using the svccfg command
      • inetd
      • TCP Wrapper
      • Boot Milestone Services
      • The shutdown command
    • Self-assessment test
  • Storage Administration
    • Preparing your Solaris 11 VM
    • Introduction
      • Solaris 11 and ZFS
      • ZFS Vocabulary
      • ZFS Commands
        • The zpool Command
        • The zfs Command
      • Solaris Slices
      • iSCSI Storage
    • LAB #1 - Managing ZFS Storage
      • Displaying Online Help
      • Checking Pool Status
      • Creating a Mirrored Pool
      • Adding File Systems to an Existing Pool
      • Changing the Pool Mount Point
      • Adding a Hot Spare
      • Observing Pool Activity
      • Setting a User Quota
      • Setting a User Reservation
      • Using Snapshots
      • Rolling Back to a Snapshot
      • Cloning a Snapshot
      • Using Compression
      • Using De-duplication
      • Using Encryption
      • Replacing a Faulty Disk
      • Destroying a Pool
      • Creating a RAID-5 Pool
      • Creating a RAID-6 Pool
      • Displaying the Zpool History
    • LAB #2 - Managing iSCSI Storage
      • Installing the COMSTAR Server
      • Creating SCSI Logical Units
      • Mapping the Logical Unit
      • Creating a Target
      • Configuring the Target for Discovery
    • Self-assessment test
  • Zone Administration - Duration: 4 hours
    • Solaris Containers
      • The Global Zone
      • Non-global or Local Zones
    • LAB #1 - Installing a Non-global Zone
      • Configuring the Zone's Dataset
      • Installing a Zone
      • A Zone's First Boot
      • Logging into a Zone Directly as Root
      • Logging into a Zone as a specific User
    • LAB #2 - Administering Zones
      • Sharing Files between the Global and Local Zones
      • Removing the Share
      • Allocating CPU Resources
      • Allocating Memory
      • Capping Resources
      • Adding Privileges to a Local Zone
      • Cloning a Local Zone
      • Changing a Zone's Name
      • Changing a Zone's Root Dataset
      • Backing Up a Zone
      • Restoring a Zone
      • Rehosting a Zone
    • Self-assessment test
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