Solaris 9 File Systems and Storage
To describe Solaris file systems and their use
System administrators of Solaris; experienced system administrators of other UNIX or Linux-based operating systems who are moving to Solaris 9
Familiarity with managing a computer system running under any variant of UNIX or Linux; experience in interacting with a Solaris operating environment as an administrator; experience in using the vi text editor
Expected Duration (hours)
Lesson Objectives Solaris 9 File Systems and Storage
explain the different types of file systems that Solaris uses.
explain how to use the Solaris swap file system and how to configure swap space.
use the swap command to manage memory in a Solaris system.
describe the main features and benefits of the Solaris network file system.
explain how to use NFS servers.
configure the NFS for file sharing.
explain NFS logging and troubleshooting.
use NFS client commands and configure NFS logging.
explain how the AutoFS utility works in a Solaris system.
configure AutoFS in Solaris 9.
describe how to set up and use the CacheFS file system in a Solaris system.
create, optimize, and delete the CacheFS.
describe common storage methods and their benefits in Solaris.
compare different RAID solutions for a Solaris system.
determine when to use different RAID levels and identify the advantages of different disk configurations.
describe the main features of the Solaris Volume Manager.
explain how to use the Solaris Volume Manager CLI.
to explain how to use the Solaris Volume Manager GUI.
use the Solaris Volume Manager.