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Oracle 1Z0-100

Oracle Linux 5 and 6 System Administration

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Linux Essentials

  • Customize the shell environment using startup files*
  • Use shell and environment variables, I/O redirection and pipes*
  • Create and maintain shell scripts*
  • Create and manipulate files, directories and their permissions*
  • Manage processes*
  • Switch users using the su and sudo commands**
  • Administer /etc/sudoers**
  • Set and manage system time using the date, hwclock and ntp commands**
  • Perform file archiving and compression*

Describing Oracle Linux Concepts

  • Describe the history of the Linux operating system
  • Explain the Linux kernel development model
  • Describe Linux distributions
  • Describe Oracle’s comprehensive Linux solution
  • Describe Oracle’s contributions to the Linux community
  • Describe Oracle Linux (OL) compatibility with Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)
  • Describe the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel

Installing Oracle Linux

  • Obtain Oracle Linux operating system software
  • Describe the Anaconda installer
  • Install Oracle Linux
  • Describe the FirstBoot utility

Understanding and Configuring the Linux Boot Process and Service Administration

  • Describe the Linux boot process
  • Describe and configure the GRUB bootloader
  • Describe and configure kernel boot parameters
  • Describe the Upstart architecture
  • Describe Linux runlevels and runlevel scripts and associated directories
  • Describe the /etc/rcN.d directories
  • Configure and maintain services

Understanding System Configuration options

  • Describe the /etc/sysconfig directory
  • Describe the /proc and /sys filesystems
  • Configure and maintain kernel parameters using the /proc filesystem and the sysctl utility

Installing and Maintaining Packages

  • Describe Oracle Linux package management concepts
  • Use the rpm utility
  • Describe the Oracle public yum server
  • Describe and configure yum repositories
  • Use the yum utility
  • Describe the Unbreakable Linux Network (ULN)
  • Describe the steps to switch from RHN to ULN

Managing Ksplice

  • Describe the purpose of Ksplice
  • Describe how Ksplice works
  • Configure and maintain Ksplice updates

Automating Tasks

  • Describe available automated tasks utilities
  • Configure cron and anacron jobs
  • Describe cron directories and files
  • Use the user and system crontab functionality
  • Configure anacron jobs
  • Use the at and batch utilities

Managing System Logging

  • Describe the structure of the rsyslog configuration file
  • Describe and configure facility/priority-based filters, actions and templates
  • Describe and configure rsyslog actions
  • Describe and configure rsyslog templates
  • Describe and configure log rotation
  • Describe and configure logwatch

Managing Kernel Modules

  • Describe loadable kernel modules
  • Dynamically load and unload kernel modules
  • Configure kernel module parameters

Managing Users and Groups

  • Describe user and group concepts
  • Describe user and group configuration files
  • Create, modify and delete user accounts and groups using command-line utilities
  • Implement the user private group schema
  • Describe and configure password aging and hashing algorithms
  • Use the User Manager GUI tool
  • Describe user and group implementation in the enterprise

Managing Filesystems and Swap on Oracle Linux

  • Describe disk partitioning
  • Create, modify and remove disk partitions using command line tools
  • Describe supported file systems
  • Create and manage Linux Filesystems
  • Describe and configure swap space

Managing Storage Devices

  • Describe Logical Volume Manager (LVM) concepts
  • Configure and maintain LVM components
  • Describe Multiple Device Driver (MD) concepts
  • Create and maintain MD devices

Managing the Network Configuration

  • Describe and maintain network interface configuration files
  • Configure and manage network interfaces using command line utilities
  • Describe and configure network interface bonding
  • List and manipulate the routing table using the route utility
  • Use the NetworkManager tool to configure network connections
  • Use the system-config-network utility

Configuring Network Addressing and Name Services

  • Describe DHCP concepts
  • Configure and maintain DHCP clients
  • Describe DNS concepts and BIND
  • Describe and configure Name Resolution
  • Use the host and dig and nslookup utilities

Managing File Sharing

  • Describe NFS concepts
  • Configure and maintain a NFS server
  • Configure and maintain NFS clients
  • Describe and use the exportfs utility
  • Describe, configure and maintain the automounter
  • Describe and configure vsftpd

Using OpenSSH

  • Describe OpenSSH concepts
  • Describe OpenSSH configuration files
  • Configure OpenSSH servers and clients
  • Use Open-ssh commands (ssh, scp and sftp)
  • Use Open-SH utilities (ssh-keygen, ssh-agent and ssh-add)

Managing Authentication and Directory Services

  • Describe authentication options
  • Describe the Authentication Configuration Tool
  • Describe NIS concepts
  • Configure and maintain NIS clients
  • Describe LDAP concepts including Open-LDAP
  • Configure and maintain Open-LDAP clients

Managing Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM)

  • Describe PAM concepts
  • Describe and configure PAM configuration files
  • Describe and configure PAM authentication modules and module types
  • Describe PAM control flags

Managing Linux Security

  • Describe chroot concepts
  • Create and maintain a chroot jail
  • Describe iptables concepts
  • Use the firewall configuration tool
  • Describe iptables tables, chains, rules, and targets
  • Create and maintain firewall rules using the iptables command
  • Describe TCP wrappers concepts
  • Configure TCP wrappers

Managing Web and Email Services

  • Describe the Apache HTTP Web Server
  • Configure Apache directives
  • Configure Apache containers
  • Configure Apache virtual hosts
  • Describe email program classifications: MUA, MTA, MDA
  • Describe email protocols: SMTP, POP, IMAP
  • Configure and maintain a Postfix or Sendmail client configuration

Monitoring and Troubleshooting Oracle Linux

  • Describe the purpose of the sosreport utility
  • Use the iostat, mpstat, vmstat, sar, top, iotop, and strace utilities
  • Use the netstat and tcpdump utilities
  • Use the OSWatcher Black Box (OSWbb) tool
  • Describe Enterprise Manager Ops Center

Managing Oracle on Oracle

  • Prepare an Oracle Linux server for Oracle Database installation
  • Create Oracle software user and group accounts
  • Set kernel parameters for Oracle Database
  • Set Oracle database shell limits
  • Configure HugePages
  • Configure Oracle Database Smart Flash Cache (DBSFC)
  • Describe the benefits of the Oracle pre-install RPM
  • Install, configure and maintain ASMLib
    *Covered in UNIX and Linux Essentials
    **Consult MAN pages or relevant documentation.

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