Oracle Solaris 11 Training

Oracle Solaris 11 Training and Certification Courses in Pune, Maharashtra, India
Category Name : Operating System
Certification Name : Oracle Solaris 11 Certified Associate
Exam Id : 1Z0-821
Number of Questions : 70
Passing Score : 64%
Time Limit : 150 mins
Examination Format : Multiple Choice
Count : 10 seats
Duration: XX Classes | XX Hours | Weekdays: XX Days | Weekends: XX Days
Batch Timings: Mon-Fri: 30 Days | Sat-Sun (Weekend): 8 Weekends Mon-Fri: 9 AM to 11 AM | Sat-Sun (Weekend): 10 AM to 4 PM
Batch Schedule: Starts from 01-Sep-2107

Intended Audience

The course is ideal for all those individuals who aspire to become Solaris Admin. Knowledge of Solaris  admin  will be beneficial to system admin, who deal in sytem administration


  • Unix OS Basics (Basic Commands and complete basic knowledge of OS), Network
  • Basics ( Connectivity to servers ).


Solaris Training contents
OS Installation
• Identifying the fundamentals of the CD-ROM installation
• Installing the Solaris OS from CD-ROM or DVD using interactive installation method
• Overview of jump start installation

Package administration
• Pre-requisite for Installing and removing packages
• Adding, checking and removing software packages
Patch management
• Preparing for patch administration
• Installing and removing Patches
Managing Local Disk Devices
• Basic architecture of a disk
• Oracle Solaris OS Naming Conventions for Devices
• Listing System Devices
• Reconfiguring Devices
• Partitioning a Hard Disk
• Extended Volume Table of Contents

Managing UFS File Systems
• Identifying Disk-Based, Distributed, and Pseudo File Systems in the Oracle Solaris OS
• Analyzing the Oracle Solaris OS UNIX File System (UFS)Creating a New UFS File System
• Checking the File System Using the fsck Command
• Resolving File System Inconsistencies
• Monitoring File System Use
• Accessing a Diskette, CD-ROM, or DVD Without Volume Management (vold)

Service Management Facility (SMF)
• Describing Service Management Facility (SMF) features
• Describing the “Secure by Default” Enhancement

Performing User Administration
• Describing the fundamentals of User Administration
• Managing User Accounts
• Managing Initialization Files

Managing Swap Configuration
Configure swap space

Managing Crash Dumps and Core Files
Manage crash dump behavior
core file behavior

Performing file system backup and restore
• Identify the fundamentals of backups
• Back up an unmounted file system
• Restore ufs file systems
• Explain disaster recovery fundamentals

Network administration
• Network startup at boot time
• Stopping and restarting tcp/ip daemon
• Internet addressing
• Host name resolution
• Configuring the network adapters and network interfaces
• Changing ip addresses

Configuring NFS
• Describe the benefits of NFS
• Describe the fundamentals of the NFS distributed file system
• Manage an NFS server
• Manage an NFS client
• Enable the NFS server logging
• Manage NFS with the Solaris Management Console storage folder tools

Troubleshoot NFS errors

Configuring AutoFS
• Describe the fundamentals of the AutoFS file system
• Use automount maps

System messaging
• Significance of syslogd
• Daemons related to syslog
• Structure of syslog.conf
• Storing the log on remote host
• Ufs logging

Performance monitoring
• How to monitor cpu utilization
• How to monitor disk I/O
• How to monitor memory utilization
• Network resource utilization

Overview of Zones
Overview of scripting