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Kurs 3073

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 Advanced Administration

Key Objectives

Based on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10, students will learn the following:

Virtualization with XEN

Configuration of a Web Application Server

Configuration of Samba

Shell Scripting

System Health Check and Performance Tuning

Audience Summary

The course is designed for those who already have experience with Linux, including general system configuration and

command line work.

The course is also ideal for those seeking advanced administration skills on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10, those

who have completed the previous two courses in the Novell CLP 10 curriculum, and those preparing to take the Novell

CLP 10 Practicum.

Course Prerequisites

This course is designed for students who have intermediate level knowledge of Linux. They should be able to:

Understand what Linux is and know about the OpenSource concept

Perform a basic installation of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10

Perform a basic system configuration including network setup

Manage software packages

Work on the command line including file management and text editing

This knowledge can also be gained through the SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 Fundamentals (Course 3071) and

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 Administration (Course 3072).

Course Outline

Section 1: Manage Virtualization with Xen

Understand the Concept of Virtualization

Understand How Xen Works

Install Xen

Manage Xen Domains with YaST

Manage Xen Domains at the Command Line

Understand Xen Networking

Migrate a Guest Domain

Section 2: Configure a Web Application Server

Understand Samba

Configure a Simple File Server

Configure User Authentication

Use Samba s Client Tools

Use Samba as a Domain Controller

Configure Samba as Print Server

Section 3: Configure and Use Samba

Understand Samba

Configure a Simple File Server

Use Samba s Client Tools

Configure User Authentication

Configure Virtual File Servers

Use Samba as a Domain Controller

Integrate Samba in a Windows Domain

Configure Samba as Printer Server

Section 4: Enable Fundamental Network Services

Enable the Extended Internet Daemon (xinetd)

Enable a FTP Server

Configure Time on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10

Configure NFS (Network File System)

Section 5: Create Shell Scripts

Understand the Course Project

Use Basic Script Elements

Understand Variables and Command Substitution

Use Control Structures

Use Arithmetic Operators

Read User Input

Use Arrays

Finalize the Course Project

Use Advanced Scripting Techniques

Learn About Useful Commands in Shell Scripts

Section 6: Compile Software from Source

Understand the Basics of C Programming

Understand the Concept of Shared Libraries

Understand the GNU Build Tool Chain

Perform a Standard Build Process

Section 7: Perform a Health Check and Performance Tuning

Find Performance Bottlenecks

Reduce System and Memory Load

Optimize the Storage System

Tune the Network Performance

Use Powertweak

Section 8: Manage Hardware Components

Describe the Differences Between Devices and Interfaces

Describe How Device Drivers Work

Describe How Device Drivers Are Loaded

Describe the sysfs File System

Describe How udev Works

Add New Hardware to the System

Use the hwup Command

Manage the Kernel

Obtain Hardware Configuration Information from YaST

Section 9: Prepare for the Novell CLP 10 Practicum

Course Testing Information

This course along with the skills taught in SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 Fundamentals (Course 3071) and SUSE

Linux Enterprise Server 10 Administration (Course 3072) prepares you to take the Novell CLP 10 Practicum Exam. (050-697).