About this course:
The Linux Troubleshooting program is relevant and thorough, focused on a hands-on method to equipping learners with the necessary skills to efficiently solve issues in the Linux world. The Linux Troubleshooting program, being the ideal combination of tutorials, lectures, and lab training sessions, guides learners through different situations of variable difficulty to ensure they can establish techniques and provide solutions to multiple issues.
As the exercise pool is diverse, Linux Troubleshooting program learners will also have access to tricks, tricks and complete solutions to make learning simple, flexible and convenient.
· Use Linux diagnostic resources like lsof, strace, ipcrm, ipcs, fuser, and ltrace to build appropriate and qualified solutions
· Systems are protected utilizing TCP wrappers and ipchains
· Troubleshooting Samba, Apache, FTP, Sendmail, and Squid
· Isolating issues with Linux by creating and applying troubleshooting strategy
· Troubleshooting that uses network testing resources like ifconfig, netstat, arp, nmap, tcpdump, and route
· Troubleshooting filesystem, LVM, LDAP directory, and Linux boot
This program is designed for:
· Students participating in IT training opt
· Linux system administrators
· Understanding of Linux administration
· Experience and knowledge of Linux machines and operating system
· Experience and knowledge with process management, file manipulation, and Linux file system