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Oracle 1Z0-105

Oracle Linux 6 Advanced System Administration

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Btrfs File System

  • Describe the features of the Btrfs file system
  • Create a Btrfs file system
  • Create Btrfs subvolumes and snapshots
  • Take a snapshot of a file in a Btrfs subvolume
  • Mount Btrfs subvolumes and snapshots
  • Defragment and resize a Btrfs file system
  • Add and remove devices in a Btrfs file system
  • Check and repair the integrity of a Btrfs file system
  • Convert ext file systems to Btrfs
  • Create a Btrfs root file system by installing OL6.3 from the UEK Boot ISO

Control Groups (cgroups)

  • Describe the purpose of control groups
  • Describe control group subsystems and parameters
  • Describe the control group hierarchy model
  • Configure control groups using the /etc/cgconfig.conf file
  • Use the lssubsys utility
  • Use the cgcreate and cgdelete utilities
  • Use the cgset utility
  • Assign tasks to control groups
  • Use the cgrules.conf file
  • Enable PAM to use control group rules
  • Obtain information about control groups and parameters

Linux Containers (LXC)

  • Describe the purpose of Linux Containers
  • Describe container configuration parameters
  • Install the required Linux Container software packages
  • Describe Linux Container template scripts
  • Create a Linux Container by using the Oracle template script
  • Use Linux Container utilities to start and stop a container
  • Use additional Linux Container utilities
  • Install an Oracle VM template as a base environment
  • Create a Linux Container from an existing rootfs

Advanced Storage Administration

  • Configure an iSCSI target
  • Use tgtadm, tgt-admin, and tgt-setup-lun utilities
  • Configure an iSCSI software initiator
  • Use the iscsiadm utility
  • Describe Device Mapper Multipathing
  • Use the mpathconf and multipath utilities
  • Configure iSCSI multipathing
  • Describe Udev
  • Create Udev rules
  • Use the udevadm utility

Oracle Cluster File System 2

  • Describe the purpose of Oracle Cluster File System 2 (OCFS2)
  • Describe the features of OCFS2
  • Prepare for an OCFS2 configuration
  • Install the OCFS2 software packages
  • Configure kernel settings for OCFS2
  • Configure the cluster layout
  • Describe the OCFS2 heartbeat
  • Configure and start the O2CB cluster service
  • Create an OCFS2 volume
  • Mount an OCFS2 volume
  • Use OCFS2 tuning and debugging utilities

Advanced Software Package Management

  • Describe the contents of an RPM package
  • Perform a binary RPM build
  • Use the tools to perform package maintenance with Yum
  • Manage the Yum cache and Yum history
  • Install and use Yum plug-ins
  • Describe and use the programs offered by PackageKit

Core Dump Analysis

  • Describe kexec and kdump
  • Configure kdump to capture kernel vmcore dump
  • Describe kernel parameters that can cause a panic
  • Use magic SysRq keys
  • Use the crash utility for analyzing core dumps

Dynamic Tracing with Dtrace

  • Describe the purpose of DTrace
  • Enable DTrace on Oracle Linux
  • Describe and view DTrace providers and probes
  • Use the D programming language to enable probes and corresponding actions
  • No objective….
  • Use built-in D variables
  • Use built-in D functions
  • Create D scripts to explore your system

Managing Storage

  • Describe and configure access control lists
  • Configure and maintain encrypted block devices
  • Describe and configure disk quotas
  • Describe and use the kpartx utility

Configuring Networks and Network Services

  • Access Samba shares
  • Configure and maintain a DHCP server
  • Configure and maintain a NIS server
  • Configure and maintain an OpenLDAP server
  • Describe and configure Kerberos authentication
  • Describe the Postfix and Sendmail SMTP Servers
  • Objective removed from blueprint

Configuring and Maintaining BIND

  • Describe nameserver types
  • Configure and maintain a cache-only nameserver
  • Describe and configure Zone Files
  • Use the rndc utility

Managing SELinux

  • Describe SELinux concepts
  • Use the SELinux Administration GUI
  • Describe and configure SELinux modes, policies, Booleans, and contexts
  • Use SELinux utilities

Miscellaneous

  • Install Oracle Linux by using the Kickstart installation method
  • Boot into Rescue mode to correct boot problems

XFS File System

  • Describe XFS for Oracle Linux
  • Create an XFS file system
  • Use the xfs_growfs utility
  • Use the xfs_admin utility
  • Enable disk quotas on an XFS file system
  • Use the xfs_quota utility
  • Set project quotas
  • Use the xfsdump and xfsrestore utilities
  • Use XFS file system maintenance utilities

Virtualization with Linux

  • Describe virtualization and its benefits
  • Explain how Linux as a virtual guest supports the different virtualization modes
  • Outline the support for Linux as a guest operating system (OS) with various virtualization solutions
  • Describe the KVM hypervisor
  • Use the libvirt tools to create and manage KVM virtual guests

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

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