Linux Administration – v 6.5, 7.0

The Complete RHCE Track 

  • Linux Basic Administration-I
  • History of UNIX and LINUX
  • Advantages of LINUX
  • Linux products/services
  • Basics of OS, Kernel, Shell
  • Understanding the file system
  • Importance of Run levels
  • Running commands
  • Understanding the basic Shell
  • Vi, vim text edition
  • Basic system configuration tools
  • Creating users and groups
  • Basic file permissions
  • Investigating and managing processes
  • Basic networking in Linux

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Linux System Administration-I

  • Installation of Linux
  • Objective: Interactive, NFS, FTP, HTTP, Kick start)
  • System initialization and Kernel initialization
  • Understanding INIT process
  • YUM Package installation
  • Objective: Installation and up gradation, verification of RPM)
  • User and Group Administration
  • Objective: Modifying user profile, assign users into different groups, quotas for users, users security files
  • Sudoers
  • Objective: understanding sudoers file
  • Objective: Adding users in to sudoers file
  • File permissions
  • Objective: Numeric Method
  • Objective: Character Method
  • Advanced file permission
  • Objective: SUID, SGID and Sticky bit
  • Objective: ACL’s
  • In – Depth Linux File system
  • Objective: Dis partition, Fdisk, e2label, mount, Umount, fstab, quotas on partition
  • SWAP
  • Objective: Understanding SWAP Partition
  • Objective: Creating the SWAP
  • Objective: Increase / Decrease SWAP partition size
  • QUOTAS
  • Objective: Enable Quotas on Partitions
  • Objective: Create Quotas for users
  • JOB Schedulers
  • Objective: Crond job and AT Job
  • RAID – Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks
  • Objective: Implanting the different RAID levels
  • LVM – Logical Volume Manager
  • Objective: Creating logical volume, volume groups
  • Objective: Increase/decrease Lvm
  • Backup and Recovery
  • Objective: various types of backup media
  • Objective: Backup, Restore, Tar,CPIO commands
  • Networking Concepts
  • Objective: Creating IP Address
  • Objective: Monitoring, Route Network Traffic
  • Objective: Secure Network Traffic
  • Trouble shooting
  • Objective: Recover the password, recover the MBR, editing fstab, inittab , boot, grub.conf file, recover the in tab and bash

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Linux Network Administration-II

  • NFS – Network File System
  • Objective: NFS Server and NFS Clients Exports directories for NFS Clients, NFS Security
  • NTP Server and Client Configuration
  • VNC Server and Client Configuration
  • FTP – File Transfer Protocol
  • Objective: Configuring FTP Server and client, with Security
  • Web Server / Apache or HTTPD
  • Objective: Configuring HTTPD Server for multiple sites, different types of virtual hosting, Authentication for HTTPD
  • Squid – Proxy Server
  • Objective: Configuring squid, and ACL’s
  • SAMBA
  • Objective: Configuring Samba server, File sharing with Authentication for samba service
  • DNS – Domain Naming Services
  • Objective: Understanding DNS services, Configuring DNS a primary /secondary
  • DHCP- Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
  • Objective: Configuring DHCP server for different clients and Authentication
  • Mail Server – (SMTP, POP3, IMAP)
  • Objective: Configuring SMTP (send mail) service, Configuring POP3/IMAP services, SSL’s
  • NIS – Network Information Service
  • Objective: Configuring NIS server and NIS client, Creating NIS users with authentication
  • LDAP- Lightweight Directory Access Protocol
  • Objective: Understanding and Implementation LDAP
  • IP Tables and SE Linux
  • Objective: TCP wrappers, Ip tables and SE Linux for local and network security
  • Virtualization with KVM

Course Schedule

Course Duration: 1 Month (including practicals)

Various Date & Time schedule are given as below, any one of Batch / Track can be taken.

Kukatpally  Branch Schedule

Month Batch/Track Starting Date Time
January
To
December
Morning 15th and 30th of Every Month 7.30 a.m. to 9.30 a.m.
Afternoon 15th and 30th of Every Month 12.00 p.m. to 2.00 p.m.
Evening 15th and 30th of Every Month 7.30 p.m. to 9.30 p.m.