Oracle Solaris 11 Installation and Configuration Essentials
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Oracle Solaris 11 Installation and Configuration Essentials

Код: 1Z0-580
продолжительность: 120 минут
Язык обучения: English
Тестовая система: Pearson VUE
Филиал: Москва


Exam Topics:

Solaris 11 Overview

  • Identify the Solaris 11 Product
  • Describe Oracle Solaris 11 and where Solaris fits into Oracle’s strategy
  • Describe the benefits for providing solutions on an integrated stack
  • Describe the key customer value propositions for the Solaris solutions
  • Describe the configuration and usage options that are available to customers for Oracle Solaris 11

Solaris 11 Technical Overview

  • Define the features of Oracle Solaris 11 and the value of the feature in technical terms
  • Describe the key design elements that differentiate this product from other operating systems
  • Map product features, capabilities, and benefits to customer business needs and requirements
  • Identify the key differences between Solaris 10 and Solaris 11
  • Explain how to move a workload from Solaris 10 to Solaris 11

Solaris 11 Installation

  • Identify the key items needed for planning a system's initial configuration
  • Explain S11 OS installation and upgrade options for x86 and SPARC systems, including installation media, custom, network, and automated installations
  • Perform an OS installation from CD / DVD for Solaris 11 on SPARC, x64 and x86 based systems
  • Describe basic installation troubleshooting steps

Solaris 11 Advanced Installation Procedures

  • Explain the Automated Installer (AI) including boot, identification, configuration, installation services, local repositories, and zones, including AI manifests
  • Configure an AI server setup including implementing an AI server and a local package repository
  • Perform a Live Upgrade Update
  • Describe the network boot process of an x86 or SPARC system
  • Create a custom first-boot script
  • Troubleshoot AI installation issues
  • Perform an automated installation for a physical system and a non-global zone, for both X64 and SPARC Oracle systems
  • Validate an installation and ensure that it is working correctly using existing Solaris 11 tools like vmstat, top, prstat, etc.
  • Explain and demonstrate how to add, remove, and modify user accounts/roles and assign authorizations, rights or privileges to those accounts/roles.
  • Explain and demonstrate the Solaris 11 OS out of the box network security posture (Secure by Default) and how to set/change the default setting (e.g., netservices, svcadm, etc.)

Perform System Boot and Shutdown procedures for T-Series, M-Series, x86

  • Describe the boot and shutdown processes on x64 and SPARC Oracle systems, including BIOS/OBP, GRUB, and Solaris Service Management Facility (SMF)
  • Perform a boot, shutdown, and reboot on an x64 and SPARC Oracle system
  • Perform a network boot on an x64 and SPARC Oracle system
  • Control the default boot behaviors of x64 and SPARC Oracle systems, including changing BIOS/GRUB/OBP to manipulate the default boot device, Solaris boot flags/levels, and driver configurations
  • Create and manage ZFS boot environments
  • Troubleshoot a system boot and shutdown

Manage File Systems and Storage

  • Explain disk architecture including the ZFS file system capabilities and naming conventions for devices for SPARC, x64 and x86 based systems
  • Use the prtconf and format commands to list devices, explain critical issues of the /etc/path_to_inst file and reconfigure devices by performing a reconfiguration boot or using the devfsadm command for SPARC, x64 and x86 based systems
  • Given a scenario, configure a set of disks for use as a ZFS zpool on x86 and SPARC systems, including management of SMI and EFI labels
  • Explain how to create a file system in an existing zpool as well as how to set specific parameters on the file system like delegated administration, quotas, compression, de-duplication, ACLs, and encryption
  • Describe snapshots, clones, replication, and their usage with the ZFS filesystem
  • Create shares and LUNS from a ZFS file system
  • Given a scenario, configure boot disks for use as a ZFS pool

Solaris 11 Software Management

  • Describe key differences between managing software in S10 vs S11
  • Explain key components of S11 Image Packaging System (IPS) subsystem
  • Manage S11 Boot Environments
  • Manage IPS repositories from command-line and GUI tools
  • Inventory installed packages, using both command-line and GUI tools
  • Perform package administration including package installation, removal, updates, and re-configuring to use a non-default package repository, using both the CLI and GUI interfaces
  • Set up a local IPS repository
  • Perform a full upgrade for an x86 or SPARC platform, for the latest or targeted software releases

Solaris 11 Virtualization

  • Explain consolidation issues, features of Solaris zones, and distinguish between the different zone concepts including zone types, daemons, networking, command scope
  • Given a scenario, create a Solaris zone
  • Given a zone configuration scenario, identify zone components, including network components, privileges, resource requirements, and integrity policy
  • Use the zonecfg, dladm and ipadm commands to view and configure the zone, including privileges, delegated administration, optional file systems and virtual network devices
  • Given a scenario, use the zoneadm command to view, install, boot, halt, reboot, and delete a zone

Solaris 11 Networking

  • Understand the key network administration differences between S10 and S11
  • Describe the key items needed for planning a system's network configuration, like hostname, subnets, name, and name services
  • Explain Solaris 11 automatic and static network configuration options, including NWAM, NCPs
  • Implement a system's network configuration, including hostname, data links, static and DHCP Ipv4/IPv6 addresses, link aggregations, IPMP links, VLANs, and VNICs
  • Implement advanced network configurations, like bridges, routers, flow controls, tunnels, and Integrated Load-Balancers
  • Show, set, and unset link properties including (1) duplex, (2) link protection (anti- spoofing), and control network bandwidth

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