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NDS for Solaris 2.0 executes the NDS benefit on SPARC Solaris servers and workstations. Solaris servers and workstations go about as registry servers, alongside NetWare 5 and Windows NT servers. The item enables you to put reproductions of the NDS database on a Solaris server. These reproductions use a similar index administrations gave on NetWare 5 servers.

The item, along with NDS for NT and NetWare 5, enables heads to make and regulate a solitary client account crosswise over NetWare 5, Windows NT and Solaris frameworks. A NDS for Solaris snap-in to NetWare Administrator is given so these records can be controlled from a solitary point.

All clients can utilize the safe NDS verification, rather than the local Solaris verification plans. In this way, it is a sheltered method to bind together your whole system and make all assets simpler to get to, create, and oversee. The item is empowered for IP as it were.

Client accounts in the UNIX working framework have been generally overseen utilizing and so etc/passwd, and so on/gathering and other nearby framework documents. This is fine for a little association with few servers however isn’t adaptable for associations that have several UNIX workstations and servers conveyed all through their association.


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Sun Microsystems, Inc. given an answer called NIS, which permits the client, gathering and other per-server databases to be put away in an ace server and recreated to different servers in the association. In spite of the fact that NIS is accessible for most kinds of UNIX, it is hard to control. The system head needs to make and change client accounts on a solitary server just and utilize NIS instruments to mirror the change to the various servers. NIS utilizes a level database which isn’t versatile for endeavor wide arrangement. It is likewise hard to direct since all the organization is unified. The enhanced rendition of NIS, called NIS+, duplicates the servers incrementally and has a progressive name space which enhances adaptability. In any case, it keeps on holding the ace slave replication design, which is hard to oversee. NIS+ isn’t as broadly sent as NIS. Novell’s NDS is an extensible, adaptable, solid, and accessible registry benefit. NDS gives a solitary database to overseeing corporate client and gathering accounts and different protests on the system like servers, volumes, printers, and workstations. NDS was outlined from the beginning to be an appropriated catalog benefit where benefit administration is unified and content administration is designated. As it were, in a NDS domain, servers all through the association can sit in a bolted storage room, and a chairman at organization home office in San Francisco can verify to the system, make new client represents clients at the branch office in New York City, and deal with the new records. The manager can likewise appropriate programming, oversee work area settings, and remote control workstations—all from a solitary area and with a solitary administration utility (see Figure 1). Different NDS administration instruments, including indicative and repair apparatuses, depend on this procedure for simplicity of organization and gigantic cost reserve funds.

The present undertaking systems, being heterogeneous in nature, make different difficulties for arrange chairmen. One of the most noteworthy difficulties is overseeing clients and gatherings on various stages, in the entire endeavor. NDS for Solaris tends to this test by coordinating Solaris and NetWare client accounts into an endeavor wide catalog, NDS. The item moves Solaris client records and gatherings to NDS, which empowers heads to oversee Solaris client accounts what’s more, bunches through NDS. The item incorporates a confirmation module and a name benefit module to give NDS validation and name administration to Solaris applications. These modules are executed utilizing two infrastructural parts on Solaris, called the Pluggable Validation Modules (PAM) and Name Service Switch (NSS), utilizing distributed standard programming interfaces. This permits existing applications on Solaris to run unaltered. Since Sun Microsystems, Inc. has instrumented all its framework summons and utilities, for example, login, telnet, ps, ls, and so forth., to utilize PAM and NSS, the summons and utilities can get to the NDS benefit in a straightforward way. System executives can direct all parts of Solaris client accounts utilizing NetWare Administrator. The director can enter Solaris properties for those clients who need to get to Solaris frameworks. NDS for Solaris likewise has NDS locally on a Solaris framework. This form of NDS is completely good with the rendition of NDS on NetWare 5. Along these lines, the item is fit for facilitating at least one copies of a NDS parcel locally on a Solaris server.

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Course Objectives

  • Solaris 10 System Administration – Part I
  • Introduction to UNIX
  • What is Kernel – Shell – File System – Client/Server
  • Hardware Requirements – Sparc vs Intel
  • Basic Unix commands
  • Openboot interface
  • Openboot parameters
  • Device names and aliases
  • Boot Options
  • Booting with GRUB
  • Boot Phases
  • init
  • System run levels
  • inittab file
  • Run control scripts
  • Adding a run control script
  • Disabling a run control script
  • The shutdown command
  • The init command
  • The halt/poweroff commands
  • The reboot command
  • The stop-a command
  • Basic Features
  • The SMF Environment
  • SMF and Booting
  • SMF Environmental Structures
  • Service States
  • Managing Services
  • Listing Services with svcs and inetadm
  • Managing the State of a Service with svcadm
  • Configuring a Service with svccfg
  • Managing the State of inetd Network Services with inetadm
  • Installation requirements
  • Partitions and multiple disks
  • Packages, Clusters and Groups
  • Configuration cluster
  • Definition of Installation methods
  • Interactive Installation Process
  • Documentation Packages
  • Configuration clusters
  • Displaying current software package information
  • Checking the installation of a package
  • Adding software packages
  • Removing software packages
  • Package logfiles & Troubleshooting tips
  • Introduction to Process Management
  • The ps command
  • The prstat command
  • The kill command
  • Using the cron processes
  • Creating crontab entries
  • Crontab command options
  • The at command
  • Maintenance of patches and patch clusters
  • Verification of currently installed patches
  • Installing a patch on the system
  • Removing a patch from the system
  • Patch logfiles
  • Displaying disk information
  • Partitions/Slices
  • Naming conventions
  • Physical device names
  • Instance name
  • Logical device names
  • Block and character devices
  • Configuring new disk devices
  • Partitioning the disk with the format command and Solaris
  • Management Console
  • Making a new partition
  • Disk based file systems
  • Main root sub-directories
  • Pseudo file systems
  • Components of a ufs file system
  • Boot block
  • Superblocks
  • Inodes
  • Data disk blocks
  • Ulimit parameter
  • File types
  • Symbolic and Hard links
  • Creating file systems
  • The newfs command
  • The mount command
  • The umount command
  • The vfstab file
  • The mnttab file
  • Filesystem checking
  • Determining if a file system needs checking
  • Running fsck manually
  • The lost+found directories
  • Automounting CDs and floppies (Volume Management)
  • Checking free disk space
  • The df command
  • The quot command
  • The du command
  • Freeing disk space
  • Freeing up disk space with compression utilities
  • Rotating files with logadm
  • ZFS
  • ZFS – A Basic Description
  • Main Features
  • ZFS Tools
  • Managing ZFS Pools with zpool
  • Pool Configuration Features
  • Creating and Deleting (‘Destroying Pools’)
  • Managing File Systems with ZFS
  • Creating and Destroying a File System
  • ACLs (Access Control Lists)
  • The setfacl command
  • The getfacl command
  • The ACL mask
  • User accounts
  • Files used in creating a user – the passwd, group and shadow files
  • Adding a user
  • Changing user details
  • Deleting a user
  • User group maintenance
  • Password administration
  • Local Login control
  • Remote Login control
  • Login logs
  • The wall command
  • The message of the day
  • Controlling the amount of disk space accessible to users using quotas
  • Backup overview
  • Backup and restore utilities overview
  • Tape device names
  • The mt utility – retentsion, rewind, space forward or backward and status
  • The ufsdump and ufsrestore utilities
  • ufs snapshots
  • The print service
  • Print service files
  • Printer configuration with lpadmin
  • Line printer commands – lpshut, lpsched, accept, reject, enable, disable, lpmove lpusers, lpstat, lp, cancel
  • Solaris 10 System Administration – Part II
  • DNS Server and Client Setup
  • NIS Servers and Clients
  • Setting up NIS Servers and Clients
  • NIS+ Overview
  • LDAP Overview and Setting up an LDAP Client
  • The Name Service Switch Configuration Files
  • Name Service Cache Daemon
  • Network File System (NFS)
  • NFS Server
  • NFS Client
  • /etc/dfs/dfstab File
  • NFS Client Configuration
  • Troubleshooting NFS
  • Cache File System (Cachefs)
  • Creating a Cache File System
  • Adding/Removing Cache File System
  • NFS Logging – user access
  • Automount Maps
  • Registering Changes for Automount
  • automount -v
  • RAID
  • Volume Management Operations
  • metadevices
  • State Database Replicas
  • SVM Commands and Files
  • Creating State Database Replicas
  • Creating a Disk Concatenation
  • Creating a Concatenation of two disk slices
  • Creating and Managing Mirrors
  • Creating File Systems on Volumes
  • Deleting a Metadevice
  • Dynamically Growing Existing File Systems
  • Configuring Swap Space
  • Adding a Swap File on an Existing File System
  • Disabling Swap Space
  • Automatic Installation
  • Principles of JumpStart
  • Server Setup for JumpStart
  • Configuring NIS to Support JumpStart
  • Configuring Non NIS Server for JumpStart
  • Rules File
  • Class File
  • Check Utility
  • Setting up DHCP for Intel clients
  • Jumpstart troubleshooting
  • Live Upgrade description
  • Basic procedures
  • lucreate and luupdate commands
  • lucativate an lustatus commands
  • Live Upgrade Example
  • Dump File Definition
  • System Crash Dumps
  • Core Dump Configuration
  • syslog Configuration
  • The M4 Utility
  • Editing the syslog.conf File
  • Logging Telnet, FTP and other Networking Daemon
  • Testing syslogd Logging
  • Traditional Unix Security vs RBAC
  • The RBAC Security Model
  • Configuring RBAC Examples
  • Zone Configuration Settings and Characteristics
  • Creating Zones
  • Managing the Zone State
  • Zone System Processes

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