The scripts included in this help file are likely to appear in the forthcoming System Administration Scripting Guide, which will ship as part of the Windows .NET Server Resource Kit. In the Scripting Guide itself, each script will be explained in step-by-step fashion, and instructional material will help you learn how to modify these scripts to suit your unique individual needs. In addition, the book will also teach you how to write your own scripts using VBScript, WMI, ADSI, and other Microsoft Scripting technologies.
Build your network once using cfengine, and the network build will work, without user intervention, on any hardware you prefer. Automating Linux and Unix System Administration, Second Edition is unique in its focus on how to make the system administrator’s job easier and more efficient: instead of just managing the system administrator’s time, the book explains the technology to automate repetitive tasks and the methodology to automate successfully.
This Web site provides information for the system administrator of Tru64 UNIX systems (Version 5.1A and higher) and of HP-UX 11i v2 systems.
Commands, graphical user interfaces (GUIs), and notes are compared for each system in a side-by-side basis. These comparisons do not imply a one-to-one correspondence; they can show a different method for accomplishing a given task.
Xen, the open source virtualization tool, is a system administrator's dream. Xen is a free, high-performance virtual machine monitor that lets you consolidate your hardware and finally put those unused cycles to use—without sacrificing reliability, performance, or scalability.
The Book of Xen explains everything you need to know in order to use Xen effectively, including installation, networking, memory management, and virtualized storage.
You can rely on the fully updated second edition of Linux System Administration for answers to all your questions about installing, configuring, and administering Linux. Written by two Linux experts, this book teaches you, step-by-step, all the standard and advanced techniques you need to know to set up and maintain a secure, effective Linux environment. Scores of clear, consistent examples illustrate these techniques in detail--so you stay on track and accomplish all your goals. Coverage includes:
* Installing a Linux server...
Discover Linux Mint and learn how to install it.
Learn basic shell commands and how to deal with user accounts.
Find out how to carry out system administrator tasks such as monitoring, backups, and network configuration.
Essential System Administration,3rd Edition is the definitive guide for Unix system administration, covering all the fundamental and essential tasks required to run such divergent Unix systems as AIX, FreeBSD, HP-UX, Linux, Solaris, Tru64 and more. Essential System Administration provides a clear, concise, practical guide to the real-world issues that anyone responsible for a Unix system faces daily.
Administering the Solaris™ 8 Operating Environment involves many
tasks, including standalone installation, file system management,
backups, process control, user administration, and device
management. Students taking this class will gain the necessary
knowledge and skills to perform these essential system administration
tasks in the Solaris 8 Operating Environment.
The Linux Kernel, System Startup, The Linux Filesystem, Hardware and Software Configuration, File and Service Sharing, System Maintenance, System Automation,... As the main contents of the document "Advanced Linux System Administration 1: Lab work for LPI 201".
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Core support: CPU, Memory, Process.
Management , Interrupt/Exception Handling etc.
Dynamically Loadable Kernel Modules.
User Mode Access to kernel facilities.
System Calls and Signals.
Filesystem Device Nodes.
Are not accessed through a device node but instead are accessed.
through a “network interface” abstraction.
What happens when we turn on our workstation and try to boot into Linux? The BIOS checks the system. The Boot loader finds the kernel image, loads it into memory, and starts it. The kernel initializes devices and their drivers. The kernel mounts the root filesystem. The kernel starts the init program. init gets the rest of the processes started The last process that init starts will allow you to login.
The aim of this course is to produce competent administrators of the cisco unity and personal assistant products. If you are a cisco unity system administrator, this two-day course is all you will need to become a competent administrator of your system. For system engineers, it is the initial class in a two class series, the other being cisco unified communications system engineer.
LINUX IS A MULTIUSER, multitasking operating system from the ground up, and in
this regard the system administrator has flexibility — and responsibility — far
beyond those of other operating systems. Now, Red Hat has employed innovations
that extend these duties even for the experienced Linux user. In this chapter, we
look at those requirements.
Document "Simatic braumat: System documentation V7.0 SP1" introduce to you the content: Description of the system, System installation and configuration, System administration, Parameterization of technology objects, Process pictures, AS configuring with STEP 7,...
This book is a collection of recipes for the working Linux sysadmin–a set of stand-alone quick guides
and tips that you can keep on your desk for easy reference. Hardcore in-depth manuals are great when
you have the time to sit down and read through them thoroughly, but that’s not always the case when
you have a bug that you needed fixed yesterday. This book is aimed at giving you tools to fix problems
faster but also to help you set up software and systems to avoid problems showing up in the first place.
Or at least to help you catch them sooner and solve...
(BQ) This book is written for the administrator responsible for the planning, installation, and support of Linux servers. It was not written for the Windows user migrating to Linux with no Linux experience. There are a number of books available for the Linux beginner. This book is for the administrator who understands operating systems and hardware and has some understanding of Linux or Unix.