Oracle Solaris 10 ZFS Administration


Sun Solaris Bootcamp Training Overview

This course is meant for Sun partners, customers, and resellers. It offers the skills required to effectively implement, as well as support the Solaris Volume Manager software. Participants become proficient in various tasks, some of which include planning, configuring, and administering the software.   Students become capable of catering to system storage requirements by using the Solaris Volume Manager application. Participants build capabilities needed for designing, modifying, and using RAID-0 volumes. They also deploy soft partitions, RAID-5 volumes, and RAID-1 volumes.  

Solaris Training Courses Course schedule & Prices

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Live Virtual Classroom (Instructor-Led)
Duration : 3 Days (6 Days for 4 Hours/Day)
Fee : On Request
9 AM - 5 PM (Flexible Time Slots for 4 hours option)




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Classroom Training (Available: London, Dubai, India, Sydney, Vancouver)
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Course Prerequisites

Administer disks and file systems Backup and restore file systems Change system run levels Configure environmental variables Use basic OpenBoot commands Configure UNIX file systems (UFS) Regular Track: Any candidate with basic knowledge of Oracle Solaris 10 Fast Track: Candidate with intermediate knowledge of Oracle Solaris 10. Super Fast Track: Candidate with strong knowledge of Oracle Solaris 10.

On course completion, participants will be able to learn:   Administer the Solaris Volume Manager software by using the command-line and GUI interface Administer the Solaris Volume Manager software state databases Create and administer simple, striped, concatenated, and mirrored volumes Create volume structures using both hard and soft partitions Verify the status of the Solaris Volume Manager software volumes and state databases Create and administer the Solaris Volume Manager software file systems Replace failed volume components Replace a failed disk Describe the features of the Solaris Volume Manager software disksets