Linux: Operation

Master the concepts and administration commands of a Linux platform necessary for operation

Future operators of a Unix / Linux system.

Mastery of basic Linux commands (knowledge equivalent to the “Unix-Linux: Basic Commands” course).

3 Days.

This Linux training is punctuated by an alternation of presentations and practical work. For “Distance” training, they are carried out with a Teams or Zoom type videoconferencing tool depending on the case, allowing the trainer to adapt his pedagogy. our website for all the details on remote sessions or virtual classes.

Install the system

Choice of installation method (local or network) The main stages of the installation (partitioning, creation of file systems, etc.)

Manage disks and file systems

Partitioning disks (fdisk) Presentation of logical volumes (LVM) Characteristics of the main journaled file systems (ext3, ext4, xfs …) Creation of file systems (mkfs) Mounting of file systems (mount) Automation of mounts ( / etc / fstab) Checking a file system (fsck) Managing “swap” spaces

Perform backups

Tree backup (tar, cpio) Physical backup (dd) Incremental file system backup (dump / restore)

Monitor and manage processes

Process management Task scheduling (crontab) Read the main log files

The CUPS printing system

Management of print queues and print jobs

System shutdown and startup

The boot steps (Firmware, BIOS, GRUB, init, RC) The GRUB loader: choose a kernel at boot The init process
Starting services (init System V, Upstart, Systemd) Stopping the system (shutdown)