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Study and Exam Prep Tips
Client/Server Model
IPv4 Addressing
Network Interfaces
Controlling and Monitoring an IPv4 Network Interface
Configuring an IPv4 Network Interface
Changing the System Hostname
Network Services
RPC Services
Network Maintenance
Key Terms
Apply Your Knowledge
Exam Questions
Answers to Exam Questions
Virtual File Systems, Swap Space, and Core Dumps
The Swap File System
Swap Space and TMPFS
Sizing Swap Space
Monitoring Swap Resources
Setting Up Swap Space
Core File Configuration
Crash Dump Configuration
NFS Version 4
Servers and Clients
NFS Daemons
Setting Up NFS
Mounting a Remote File System
NFS Server Logging
Troubleshooting NFS Errors
AutoFS Maps
When to Use automount
Sun Update Connection Service
Using the Update Manager
Sun Update Manager Proxy
Suggested Reading and Resources
RAID 0+1
RAID 1+0
Solaris Volume Manager (SVM)
SVM Volumes
Planning Your SVM Configuration
Metadisk Driver
SVM Commands
Creating the State Database
Monitoring the Status of the State Database
Creating a RAID 0 (Concatenated) Volume
Creating a RAID 0 (Stripe) Volume
Monitoring the Status of a Volume
Creating a Soft Partition
Mirroring the Root File System on a SPARC-Based System
Mirroring the Root File System on an x86-Based System
Unmirroring the Root File System
Veritas Volume Manager
Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)
Using RBAC
RBAC Components
Using the loggerCommand
Name Services Overview
The Name Service Switch File
The Structure of the NIS Network
Determining How Many NIS Servers You Need
Determining Which Hosts Will Be NIS Servers
Information Managed by NIS
Planning Your NIS Domain
5.1Planning Your NIS Domain
Configuring an NIS Master Server
Setting Up NIS Clients
Setting Up NIS Slave Servers
5.6Setting Up the NIS Slave Server
Creating Custom NIS Maps
NIS Security
Troubleshooting NIS
Hierarchical Namespace
NIS+ Security
Configuring the DNS Client
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)
Sun Java System Directory Server
Name Service Cache Daemon (nscd)
The getentCommand
Consolidation and Resource Management
Solaris Zones
Types of Zones
Zone Features
Nonglobal Zone Root File System Models
Networking in a Zone Environment
Zone Daemons
Configuring a Zone
Viewing the Zone Configuration
Installing a Zone
Booting a Zone
Halting a Zone
Rebooting a Zone
Uninstalling a Zone
Deleting a Zone
Zone Login
Creating a Zone
6.1Creating a Zone
Making Modifications to an Existing Zone
Moving a Zone
Migrating a Zone
Cloning a Zone
6.3Cloning a Zone
Backing Up a Zone
6.4Backing Up a Zone
Advanced Installation Procedures: JumpStart, Flash Archive, and PXE
Custom JumpStart
Preparing for a Custom JumpStart Installation
What Happens During a Custom JumpStart Installation?
Differences Between SPARC and x86/x64-Based Systems
The Boot Server
The Install Server
The Configuration Server
The Rules File
Creating classFiles
Testing Class Files
Setting Up JumpStart in a Name Service Environment
Setting Up Clients
Creating a Flash Archive
Using the Solaris Installation Program to Install a Flash Archive
Creating a Differential Flash Archive
7.8Creating a Differential Archive
Solaris Flash and JumpStart
Preboot Execution Environment (PXE)
Preparing for a PXE Boot Client
Booting the x86 Client
Introduction to WAN Boot
WAN Boot Requirements
WAN Boot Components
The WAN Boot Process
The WAN Boot Server
Configure the WAN Boot Server
Configure the WAN Boot and JumpStart Files
The wanboot.confFile
Booting the WAN Boot Client
Solaris Live Upgrade
Live Upgrade Requirements
Solaris Live Upgrade Process
Maintaining Solaris Live Upgrade Boot Environments
Introduction to ZFS
ZFS Storage Pools
ZFS Is Self-Healing
Simplified Administration
ZFS Terms
ZFS Hardware and Software Requirements
ZFS RAID Configurations
Creating a Basic ZFS File System
Renaming a ZFS File System
Listing ZFS File Systems
Removing a ZFS File System
Removing a ZFS Storage Pool
ZFS Components
Using Disks in a ZFS Storage Pool
Using Files in a ZFS Storage Pool
Mirrored Storage Pools
RAID-Z Storage Pools
Displaying ZFS Storage Pool Information
Adding Devices to a ZFS Storage Pool
Attaching and Detaching Devices in a Storage Pool
Converting a Nonredundant Pool to a Mirrored Pool
Detaching a Device from a Mirrored Pool
Taking Devices in a Storage Pool Offline and Online
ZFS History
ZFS Properties
Setting ZFS Properties
Mounting ZFS File Systems
Legacy Mount Points
Sharing ZFS File Systems
ZFS Web-Based Management GUI
ZFS Snapshots
Creating a ZFS Snapshot
Listing ZFS Snapshots
Saving and Restoring a ZFS Snapshot
Destroying a ZFS Snapshot
Renaming a ZFS Snapshot
Rolling Back a ZFS Snapshot
ZFS Clones
Destroying a ZFS Clone
Replacing a ZFS File System with a ZFS Clone
zpool Scrub
Replacing Devices in a Storage Pool
A ZFS Root File System
Using ZFS for Solaris Zones
Adding a ZFS Dataset to a Nonglobal Zone
9.7Adding a ZFS Dataset to a Nonglobal Zone
Delegating a ZFS Dataset to a Nonglobal Zone
9.8Delegate a ZFS Dataset to a Nonglobal Zone
Fast Facts
Practice Exam
Answers to Practice Exam
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