Linux System Administration (CERTIFICATION) – GTLFCS

Official Linux Foundation™ Course

Course Description

UPCOMING TRAINING EVENT:

DUBLIN | 26th February to 1st March 2018 | BOOK HERE

Certification

This course is an official Linux Foundation™ course, delivered by GuruTeam, a Linux Foundation™ Authorised Training partner and prepares the student to take the Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator® Certification exam and will teach you everything you need to know to be advanced systems administrator.

 

In this course you’ll learn:

How to administer, configure and upgrade Linux systems running one of the three major Linux distribution families: Red Hat, SUSE, Debian/Ubuntu.

How to master the tools and concepts you’ll need to efficiently build and manage an enterprise Linux infrastructure.

How to use state-of-the-art system administration techniques in real-life scenarios via practical labs.

Course Materials and Completion Certificate

Registration includes a printed course manual.  You will receive a digital Certificate on Course Completion from the Linux Foundation on the basis of full attendance of this course.

Those who attend the entire course will receive a digital Certificate of Course Completion from the Linux Foundation™.

Duration

4 days

Target Audience

This course is designed to provide students with the necessary skills and abilities to work as a professional Linux system administrator. Students should have basic knowledge of Linux and its most common utilities and text editors.

 

Course Pre-Requisites

Students should have basic knowledge of Linux and its most common utilities and text editors. These skills can be acquired by attending either of the followingr:

 

Suggested Follow-on Courses

To progress your Linux Foundation Certification, you can take the LFCE – Linux Foundation Certified Engineer exam preparation course:

 

Course Content Summary

Linux System Administration

  1. Introduction
    • Linux Foundation
    • Linux Foundation Training
    • Laboratory Exercises, Solutions and Resources
    • Distribution Details
    • Labs
  2. Linux Filesystem Tree Layout
    • Data Distinctions
    • FHS Linux Standard Directory Tree
    • root (/) directory
    • /bin
    • /boot
    • /dev
    • /etc
    • /home
    • /lib and /lib64
    • /media
    • /mnt
    • /opt
    • /proc
    • /sys
    • /root
    • /sbin
    • /srv
    • /tmp
    • /usr
    • /var
    • /run
    • Labs
  3. Processes
    • Programs and Processes
    • Process States
    • Execution Modes
    • Daemons
    • Creating Processes
    • Process Limits
    • Process Monitoring
    • Signals
    • niceness
    • Libraries
    • Labs
  4. Package Management Systems
    • Software Packaging Concepts
    • RPM (Red Hat Package Manager)
    • DPKG (Debian Package)
    • Revision Control Systems
    • Labs
  5. Package Installers
    • Package Installers
    • yum
    • zypper
    • APT
    • Labs
  6. Partitioning and Formatting Disks
    • Common Disk Types
    • Disk Geometry
    • Partitioning
    • Naming Disk Devices
    • Sizing up partitions
    • Partition table editors
    • Labs
  7. Linux Filesystems
    • Filesystem Basics
    • Available Filesystems
    • Virtual Filesystem (VFS)
    • Filesystem Concepts
    • Disk and Filesystem Usage
    • Extended Attributes
    • ext4
    • XFS
    • btrfs
    • Creating and formatting filesystems
    • Checking and Repairing Filesystems
    • Mounting filesystems
    • Swap
    • Filesystem Quotas
    • Labs
  8. RAID and LVM
    • RAID
    • RAID Levels
    • Software RAID Configuration
    • Logical Volume Management (LVM)
    • Volumes and Volume Groups
    • Working with Logical Volumes
    • Resizing Logical Volumes
    • LVM Snapshots
    • Labs
  9. Kernel Services and Configuration
    • Kernel Overview
    • Kernel Configuration
    • sysctl
    • Kernel Modules
    • Module Utilities
    • Module Configuration
    • udev and Device Management
    • Labs
  10. User and Group Account Management
    • User Accounts
    • Management
    • Passwords
    • Restricted Shells and Accounts
    • The root Account
    • Group Management
    • PAM (Pluggable Authentication Modules)
    • Authentication Process
    • Configuring PAM
    • LDAP Authentication
    • File Permissions and Ownership
    • SSH
    • Labs
  11. Networking
    • IP Addresses
    • Hostnames
    • Network Devices
    • ip and ifconfig
    • Network Configuration Files
    • Network Manager
    • Routing
    • DNS and Hostname Resolution
    • Network Diagnostics
    • Labs
  12. Firewalls
    • Firewalls
    • Interfaces
    • firewalld
    • Zones
    • Source Management
    • Service and Port Management
    • Labs
  13. System Startup and Shutdown
    • Understanding the Boot Sequence
    • The Grand Unified Boot Loader
    • GRUB Configuration Files
    • System Configuration Files in /etc
    • The init Process
    • systemd
    • SysVinit Startup
    • chkconfig and service
    • Upstart
    • Shutting down/Rebooting the System
    • Labs
  14. Backup and Recovery Methods
    • Backup Basics
    • cpio
    • tar
    • Compression: gzip, bzip2 and xz and Backups
    • dd
    • rsync
    • dump and restore **
    • mt **
    • Backup Programs
    • Labs
  15. Local System Security
    • Local System Security
    • Creating a Security Policy
    • Updates and Security
    • Physical Security
    • Filesystem Security
    • Linux Security Modules
    • Labs
  16. Basic Troubleshooting and System Rescue
    • Troubleshooting Overview
    • Things to Check: Networking
    • Boot Process Failures
    • Filesystem Corruption and Recovery
    • Virtual Consoles
    • Rescue Media and Troubleshooting
    • System Rescue and Recovery
    • Labs

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