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Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration Fundamentals [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

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Inhaltsverzeichnis

Preface xix Acknowledgments xxv About the Author xxvii Chapter 1: Installing Oracle Solaris 11 1 Preparation for Installing the OS 1 Using the Live Media Installer 11 Using the Interactive Text Installer: x86 23 Using the Interactive Text Installer: SPARC 33 Verifying the Operating Environment 42 Upgrading from a Previous Version of Oracle Solaris 55 Changing an Oracle Solaris Instance 56 Updating the OS 61 Summary 61 Chapter 2: Managing and Updating Software with IPS 63 Understanding IPS 64 Installing and Managing Packages 70 BEs 93 Update the OS 109 Summary 120 Chapter 3: Boot and Shutdown Procedures for SPARC and x86-Based Systems 121 The Boot Process: SPARC 121 The OpenBoot Environment 124 Booting a SPARC System 155 Booting an x86-Based System 166 The Boot Archive 174 The Kernel 177 The init Phase 182 SMF 183 Create SMF Manifest and Profiles 213 System Shutdown 229 syslog 237 rsyslog 242 Summary 244 Chapter 4: Administering Storage Devices 245 Instance Names 255 Major and Minor Device Numbers 257 Logical Device Names 258 A File System Defined 263 Defining a Disk's Geometry 264 Disk Slices 267 Administering LUNs 285 Summary 287 Chapter 5: Administering ZFS File Systems 289 Introduction to ZFS 290 ZFS Hardware and Software Requirements 294 ZFS System Process 294 ZFS RAID Configurations 294 Creating a Storage Pool 295 Creating a ZFS File System 298 Renaming a ZFS File System 304 Listing ZFS File Systems and Storage Pools 304 ZFS Components 312 Encrypting ZFS File Systems 314 Removing a ZFS File System 317 Removing a ZFS Storage Pool 320 Adding Storage Space to a ZFS Storage Pool 322 Mirrored Storage Pools 323 RAID-Z Storage Pools 324 Attaching and Detaching Devices in a Storage Pool 327 Taking Devices in a Storage Pool Offline and Online 332 ZFS History 333 ZFS Properties 334 Mounting ZFS File Systems 344 Sharing ZFS File Systems 349 ZFS Snapshots 349 ZFS Clones 357 zpool scrub 359 Replacing Devices in a Storage Pool 360 The ZFS Root File System 368 Monitoring ZFS 375 Migrate Legacy File Systems to ZFS 378 Summary 381 Chapter 6: Administering Zones 383 Oracle Solaris 11 Enhancements 385 Consolidation and Resource Management 385 Oracle Solaris Zones 386 Non-global Zone Root File System Models 390 Networking in a Zone Environment 392 Planning the Zone 393 Zone Service Instances and Daemons 394 Configuring a Zone 395 Viewing the Zone Configuration 409 Administering Zones: zoneadm 411 Log In to a Zone: zlogin 421 Using ZFS for Oracle Solaris Zones 425 Zone Resource Controls 429 Create an Exclusive-IP Zone 433 Create a Shared-IP Zone 447 Migrate an Oracle Solaris 10 Global Zone to Oracle Solaris 11 (P2V) 450 Back Up a Zone 453 Recover a Zone 454 Delegated Zone Administration 455 Summary 455 Chapter 7: User and Security Administration 457 Administering User Accounts 457 Managing User and Group Accounts from the Command Line 460 Setting Up Shell Initialization Files 469 The Home Directory 475 Projects 476 Name Services 477 System Security 477 RBAC 487 Controlling File Access 503 Auditing Users 515 Controlling Network Security 522 The Secure Shell (ssh) 533 Common-Sense Security Techniques 538 Summary 539 Chapter 8: Managing System Processes 541 ps 543 pgrep 547 prstat 549 top 556 mpstat 557 ptree 559 time 559 svcs 560 Proc Tools and /proc 560 Process Types 562 Using Signals 565 Scheduling Processes 569 Using the Oracle Solaris Batch-Processing Facility 575 Configure System Core Files 581 Configure System Crash Dumps 584 Summary 587 Chapter 9: The Oracle Solaris Network Environment 589 Client/Server Model 589 Network Interface 592 Fixed Network Configuration 592 Reactive Network Configuration 606 Configuring Additional Network Services 609 The System Hostname 613 Virtual Networking 615 Checking the Network 621 Network Services 624 Summary 629 Chapter 10: Network File Systems 631 NFS Overview 631 NFS Version 4 632 Sharing a File System 635 ZFS Sharing within a Non-Global Zone 643 Mounting a Remote File System 644 Changing the NFS Version 649 AutoFS 650 Mirror Mounts 666 Troubleshooting NFS Errors 667 Summary 669 Index 671

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