Solaris 9 System Administrator 310-014/310-015 - File and Disk Administration
In this course, learners will focus on how to administer the file and disk system, including file system basics and special disk operations. This will help prepare learners to administer file and disk systems as Solaris 9 system administrators.
This lesson is part of our Solaris 9 System Administrator 310-014/310-015 online training series which contains over 17 hours of self-paced courseware. Our web-based training provides 6 months of unlimited access.
After completing this course you will be able to:
- Manipulate directories and files
- Identify file type using the ls command
- Display physical, logical, and instance names
- Partition disks and display partition tables
- Use raw and block logical device names
- Manage swap space, crash dump, and core file configurations
- Basic file systems
- The Unix directory tree
- Solaris pseudo-file systems
- Disk device names
- Hot-plugging and dynamic reconfiguration
- Disk administration
- File system administration
- Accessing data on CD-ROMS and floppy disks
- Swap space management
- Core file management
- Crash dump management
This course is for anyone who wants to get the most out of using Solaris 9 System Administrator 310-014/310-015.
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