Shell Programmierung für Systemadministratoren

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Tipologie Kurs
Dauer 5 Tage
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  • Dauer:
    5 Tage

Erstellen von Skripts zur Erleichterung der Administration: Dieser Kurs vermittelt den Teilnehmern die nötigen Kenntnisse zum Lesen und Schreiben von Shell-Skripten sowie zur Fehlersuche in diesen Skripten. Der Kurs beginnt mit einer Darstellung einfacher Skripte zur Automatisierung häufig verwendeter Befehle, gefolgt von Erläuterungen zum Einfügen v..
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The Shell Programming for System Administrators course provides students with the skills to read, write, and debug
UNIX shell scripts. The course begins by describing simple scripts to automate frequently executed commands and
continues by describing conditional logic, user interaction, loops, menus, traps, and functions. This course is intended
for system administrators who have mastered the basics of a UNIX Operating Environment (OE) such as the Solaris OE
or Linux and who would like to read and understand the various boot scripts and write their own scripts to automate their
day-to-day tasks. This course explores, in detail, the Bourne and Korn shell scripting languages.


Required Prerequisites
Create and edit text files in vi or a text editor
Use basic UNIX commands, such as rm, cp, man, more, mkdir, ps, and chmod
Suggested Prerequisites
System Administration for the Solaris 10 OS Part 1 (SA-200-S10)

Course Objectives

  • Use flow control constructs, such as branching and looping
  • Customize system-wide shell initialization files
  • Use local and environmental variables and shell metacharacters in scripts
  • Use the exit status of a command to determine if the command succeeded or failed
  • Develop interactive scripts
  • Write a script that uses functions
  • Write a script that uses a trap to catch a signal
  • Access and process command-line arguments passed into a script
  • Write sed scripts to perform noninteractive editing tasks
  • Write nawk scripts to manipulate individual fields within a record
  • Write nawk scripts to write reports based upon an input file
  • Perform string manipulation and integer arithmetic on shell variablesWrite real world administration and reporting scripts
  • Use regular expressions with the grep, sed, and nawk
  • Manipulate text files with grep, sed, and nawk

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