Sep 18, 2020
ECT 2032 - Linux/UNIX Network System Administration Credits: 3
Hours/Week: Lecture 2 Lab 2
Course Description: This course presents intermediate and advanced Linux/UNIX operating system concepts and commands from a user and system administrator viewpoint. Traditional system management topics covered include security, software product installation, startup and shutdown, backups, performance and disk management.
Prerequisite(s): ECT 1030 with a grade of C or higher or instructor consent.
- Linux/UNIX Intermediate/Advanced Script Writing Review script concepts and command/keyword constructs Write basic scripts Troubleshoot basic scripts
- Linux/UNIX Prerequisite Concepts Linux/UNIX system directories Inodes and links Backup commands: tar and dd Disk management commands: compress, gzip, gunzip Advanced concepts: /dev/null, script, sum and tail -f
- Linux/UNIX Review Initial Concepts Review/refresh of ECT 1030 concepts
- Linux/UNIX System Management Security Software Product installations, upgrades and de-installations Process and Job management and cron utility Startup and shutdown Disk management and file systems System performance
At the end of this course students will be able to:
- configure system processes and scheduled jobs.
- use system management tools and commands to achieve system administrator goals
- identify system directories.
- configure system security.
- install/configure disks and file systems.
- manage disks and file systemsmanage system performance.
- manage system startup and shutdown for users.
- perform System Administrator procedures of backup and restore of files and directories.
- troubleshoot basic scripts.
- write basic scripts.
Competency 1 (1-6)
Competency 2 (7-10)
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