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Red Hat Enterprise Linux for Solaris Administrators
Leverage existing Solaris skills to migrate to Red Hat Enterprise Linux
- Learn important differences between Solaris and Red Hat® Enterprise Linux®, including their directory structures and commands.
- Find out where to get more documentation.
- Configure and access various consoles for local and remote administration.
- Get hands-on interaction with new tools.
System initialization, services, and shutdown
- Explore the x86 boot process, kernel modules, and initialization.
- Manage service startup and shutdown.
Software and update management
- Manage software lifecycle with yum and Red Hat Network.
- Understand and modify the partition table.
- Create and manage logical volumes and iSCSI.
- Manage disks using multipath.
- Expand storage by adding new or reconfiguring existing file systems.
Security and authentication
- Securely access systems and services using the Netfilter kernel-level firewall.
- Enforce security with SELinux.
- Collect system information, monitor system activity, and generate reports.
- Set up logging, and kernel monitoring, and profiling.
- Perform automated installations of Red Hat Enterprise Linux using kickstart.
- Save kernel crash dumps to disk and over the network.
Note: Course outline is subject to change with technology advances and as the nature of the underlying job evolves. For questions or confirmation on a specific objective or topic, please contact a training specialist.