OCP Oracle Certified Professional Linux (GF OCPL)

DIHK Service GmbH
In Berlin

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  • Berlin
Beschreibung

Perform Security Administration (iptables, chroot, TCP wrappers)
Prepare Oracle Linux system for Oracle database
Troubleshoot problems and perform corrective action
Install software packages from Unbreakable Linux Network and other repositories
Use Ksplice to update the kernel on a running system
Configure system logging
Load and configure the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel
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Beschreibung des Seminars

Mit der Zertifizierung zum OCP Oracle Certified Professional on Linux weisen Sie umfangreiche Kenntnisse in der Oracle Linux Advanced Administration nach.

Modul 9 Oracle Database Administration I Linux

Oracle Certified Associate, Oracle Linux 5 and 6 System Administrator:

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

Modul/10/Oracle Database Program

Oracle Linux 6 Advanced System Administration:

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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