Linux Troubleshooting (L-314)
About this course:
Pertinent and comprehensive, the Linux Troubleshooting course is based on a hands-on approach to equip students with the right skills to effectively solve problems in the Linux environment. Being the perfect combination of lectures, discussions, and lab practice sessions, the Linux Troubleshooting course walks students through various situations of variable complexity to ensure that they can develop strategies and provide solutions for numerous problems.
Since the pool of exercises is diverse, students of the Linux Troubleshooting course will also have access to tips, hints, and complete solutions to make learning easy, convenient, and flexible.
Isolating Linux problems by developing and implementing troubleshooting strategies
Using Linux diagnostic tools including strace, lsof, ipcs, ipcrm, ltrace, and fuser to develop solutions that are both pertinent and professional
Troubleshooting using tools for testing networks including netstat, ifconfig, nmap, arp, route, and tcpdump.
Securing systems using ipchains and TCP wrappers
LDAP directory, LVM, filesystem, and Linux boot process troubleshooting
Apache, Samba, Sendmail, FTP, and squid troubleshooting
This course is intended for:
Linux system administrators interested in advanced troubleshooting
Students interested in IT ops training
Knowledge and experience with the Linux operating system and machines
Familiarity with Linux administration
Knowledge and experience with file manipulation, process management, and Linux filesystem
|Subjects||IT Ops & Management|
|Learning Style||Virtual Classroom|
|Course Duration||5 Days|