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Unix Admin Online Training Course Content

Overview of System Administration
    • System Administrator Responsibilities
    • A Brief History of UNIX
    • Evolving Standards
    • Navigating the Documentation
User Administration
    • What is a “user” in UNIX?
    • The /etc/passwd File
    • Groups
    • The /etc/group File
    • Passwords
    • Adding Users
    • Deleting Users
    • Modifying User Attributes
    • The Login Process
    • /etc/profile and .profile
    • Communicating with Users: /etc/motd
    • Communicating with Users: The wall Command
File System Basics
    • The Hierarchy
    • Files
    • Directories
    • Device Files
    • Character and Block Devices
    • The/dev Directory
    • Links
    • Symbolic Links
    • A File System Tour
    • The df Command
    • The du Command
    • The find Command
Advanced File System Concepts
    • The Physical File System
    • The Inode File
    • File Storage in Disk Blocks
    • The Superblock
    • The Free List
    • Slices and File Systems
    • File System Types
Disk Management
    • Making a File System
    • The mkfs Command
    • Sharing Filesystems
    • The mount Command
    • The fstab File
    • The fsck Command
    • The lost+found Directory
    • The prtvtoc Command
    • Backup Strategies
    • Backup Tools
    • The tar Command
    • The cpio Command
    • The dump Command
    • Network Backup Strategies
UNIX Processes
    • Overview of Processes
    • Process Space
    • Process Table
    • The fork/exec Mechanism
    • The ps Command
    • Background Processes
    • The kill Command
    • Scheduling Jobs
    • The cron Daemon
    • The at Command
    • The crontab Command
    • Format of cron Files
    • Access to Scheduling Facilities