LinuxCBT CentOS7x Edition

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LinuxCBT CentOS7x Edition

LinuxCBT CentOS7x Edition
English | 2015 | mp4 | H264 1356x764 | AAC 2 ch | 16 hrs 16 min | 2.12 GB

Course Objective

OS Installation
- Highlight key CentOS features
- Confirm installation images
- Install CentOS Desktop
- Provision CentOS Server
- Install CentOS Server with GUI
- Carry-out Kickstart installation
- Clone VMWare instances
- Confirm node accessibility

systemd System | Service Management
- Discuss key features
- Alter system state and evaluate
- Identify managed objects
- Manage services
- Explore systemd LOG data

$SHELL Basics | Commands
- ls, pwd, cd, cp, mv, rm, mkdir, rmdir, whoami
- alias, cat, file, chmod, chown, history
- STD(IN|OUT), Pipes, Redirection, Command Chaining
- ps, df, top, free, /proc, /boot
- less & more, head & tail, find, which & whereis, w, who
- Compression | Archival Tools
- Checksums
- Awk | Sed | Grep Usage
- User | Group Management

File System Permissions | Ownership
- Identify common file types
- Identify default permissions applied to objects
- Alter permissions | ownership on various objects and evaluate
- SETUID | SETGID | Sticky Bit
- Study SYMLINK behavior

Storage Management
- Identify SWAP environment
- Provision dedicated SWAP partitions | Add to Pool
- Add | Remove SWAP from pool as needed
- Provision File System-based SWAP
- Identify default storage configuration
- Provision new storage as needed
- Identify LVM defaults
- Add new partitions to LVM management
- Allocate storage to LVM Volume Groups
- Create Logical Volumes (LVs) as needed
- Overlay File System and mount where applicables

System Scheduler
- Discuss features | limitations
- Identify default system-wide schedule
- Peruse various default Cron Jobs
- Schedule simple job and monitor recurrence
- Evaluate results

SYSLOG | Log Rotation
- Peruse default syslog configuration
- Discuss syslog rules mechanism
- Trap externally-generated log data
- Explore Log Rotate defaults
- Ensure rotated logs are compressed
- Extend default retention scheme
- Force Log Rotation as needed

Common Network Utilities
- Identify important basic utilities
- 'ping', 'traceroute', 'tracepath', 'mtr', 'telnet', 'netstat'
- Use commands to obtain basic details from targets
- Contrast similar tools

Package Management
- Explore default environment
- Search for packages of interest and install
- Dump important metadata from packages
- Update YUM repository as needed
- Setup internal YUM repo for expedited delivery
- Apply updates as available

IP Administration
Identify default configuration
Add IPs as needed
Ensure IP persistence across resets
Make nodes multi-homed and assign IPs as needed
Contrast various interface management schemes

DNS Services
- Install BIND
- Confirm Caching-Only upstream queries
- Define Primary zone
- Confirm resolution of records
- Replicate Primary zone to slave nodes
- Confirm resolution of changes on ALL nodes
- Provision additional internal zone for management

Apache HTTPD | Web Services
- Identify key Apache features
- Explore default environment
- Peruse Apache LOG format
- Provision IP-based Virtual Hosts
- Provision Name-based Virtual Hosts
- Contrast Virtual Hosts methods
- Dedicate LOGs to Virtual Hosts
- Evaluate VHost environment

MariaDB Introducation | Usage
- Install MariaDB
- Identify key binaries | files
- Secure installation
- Connect and execute queries

- Identify key Tools
- Configure Passwordless AUTH across systems
- Use: SSH | SCP | SFTP to communicate securely
- Configure PuTTy SSH with Passwordless AUTH method
- Use NMap to gather information from network
- Sniff network traffic with TCPDump
- Evaluate TCPDump data with TCPDump and WireShark


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