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Oracle Linux 5 and 6 System Administration (1Z0-100) Practice Exam

Oracle Linux 5 and 6 System Administration (1Z0-100)

About Oracle Linux 5 and 6 System Administration (1Z0-100)

1Z0-100 exam helps you in becoming Oracle Certified Associate and Oracle Linux 5 and 6 System Administrator. This exam will help you in demonstrating knowledge on the only Linux distribution that's fully optimized for Oracle products and for running on Oracle's engineered systems including Oracle Exadata Database Machine, Oracle Exalytics In-Memory Machine, Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud, and Oracle Database Appliance. Pursuing Oracle Linux Certifications will give you a solid foundation of knowledge to implement and administer the Oracle Linux Operating System. Oracle Linux's Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel delivers extreme performance, advanced scalability and reliability for enterprise applications.

Course Structure

1 Linux Essentials

Customize the shell environment using startup files*

Use shell and environment variables, I/O redirection and pipes*

Create and maintain shell scripts*

Create and manipulate files, directories and their permissions*

Manage processes*

Switch users using the su and sudo commands

Administer /etc/sudoers

Set and manage system time using the date, hwclock and ntp commands

Perform file archiving and compression*

2 Installing Oracle Linux

Obtain Oracle Linux operating system software 

Describe the Anaconda installer

Install Oracle Linux

Describe the FirstBoot utility

3 Understanding System Configuration options

Describe the /etc/sysconfig directory

Describe the /proc and /sys filesystems

Configure and maintain kernel parameters using the /proc filesystem and the sysctl utility

4 Managing Ksplice

Describe the purpose of Ksplice

Describe how Ksplice works

Configure and maintain Ksplice updates

5 Managing System Logging

Describe the structure of the rsyslog configuration file

Describe and configure facility/priority-based filters, actions and templates

Describe and configure rsyslog actions 

Describe and configure rsyslog templates 

Describe and configure log rotation

Describe and configure logwatch

6 Managing Users and Groups

Describe user and group concepts 

Describe user and group configuration files

Create, modify and delete user accounts and groups using command-line utilities

Implement the user private group schema

Describe and configure password aging and hashing algorithms

Use the User Manager GUI tool

Describe user and group implementation in the enterprise

7 Managing Storage Devices

Describe Logical Volume Manager (LVM) concepts

Configure and maintain LVM components

Describe Multiple Device Driver (MD) concepts

Create and maintain MD devices

8 Managing File Sharing

Describe NFS concepts

Configure and maintain a NFS server

Configure and maintain NFS clients

Describe and use the exportfs utility

Describe, configure and maintain the automounter

Describe and configure vsftpd

9 Managing Pluggable Authentication Modules (PAM)

Describe PAM concepts 

Describe and configure PAM configuration files

Describe and configure PAM authentication modules and module types

Describe PAM control flags

10 Monitoring and Troubleshooting Oracle Linux

Describe the purpose of the sosreport utility

Use the iostat, mpstat, vmstat, sar, top, iotop, and strace utilities

Use the netstat and tcpdump utilities

Use the OSWatcher Black Box (OSWbb) tool

Describe Enterprise Manager Ops Center

11 Describing Oracle Linux Concepts

Describe the history of the Linux operating system

Explain the Linux kernel development model

Describe Linux distributions 

Describe Oracle’s comprehensive Linux solution

Describe Oracle’s contributions to the Linux community

Describe Oracle Linux (OL) compatibility with Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL)

Describe the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel

12 Understanding and Configuring the Linux Boot Process and Service Administration

Describe the Linux boot process 

Describe and configure the GRUB bootloader

Describe and configure kernel boot parameters

Describe the Upstart architecture

Describe Linux runlevels and runlevel scripts and associated directories

Describe the /etc/rcN.d directories

Configure and maintain services

13 Installing and Maintaining Packages

Describe Oracle Linux package management concepts

Use the rpm utility

Describe the Oracle public yum server

Describe and configure yum repositories

Use the yum utility

Describe the Unbreakable Linux Network (ULN)

Describe the steps to switch from RHN to ULN

14 Automating Tasks

Describe available automated tasks utilities 

Configure cron and anacron jobs

Describe cron directories and files

Use the user and system crontab functionality

Configure anacron jobs 

Use the at and batch utilities 

15 Managing Kernel Modules

Describe loadable kernel modules

Dynamically load and unload kernel modules

Configure kernel module parameters

16 Managing Filesystems and Swap on Oracle Linux

Describe disk partitioning

Create, modify and remove disk partitions using command line tools

Describe supported file systems

Create and manage Linux Filesystems

Describe and configure swap space

17 Managing the Network Configuration

Describe and maintain network interface configuration files

Configure and manage network interfaces using command line utilities

Describe and configure network interface bonding

List and manipulate the routing table using the route utility

Use the NetworkManager tool to configure network connections

Use the system-config-network utility

18 Using OpenSSH

Describe OpenSSH concepts 

Describe OpenSSH configuration files 

Configure OpenSSH servers and clients

Use Open-ssh commands (ssh, scp and sftp)

Use Open-SH utilities (ssh-keygen, ssh-agent and ssh-add)

19 Managing Linux Security

Describe chroot concepts

Create and maintain a chroot jail

Describe iptables concepts 

Use the firewall configuration tool

Describe iptables tables, chains, rules, and targets

Create and maintain firewall rules using the iptables command

Describe TCP wrappers concepts 

Configure TCP wrappers

20 Managing Oracle on Oracle

Prepare an Oracle Linux server for Oracle Database installation

Create Oracle software user and group accounts 

Set kernel parameters for Oracle Database

Set Oracle database shell limits

Configure HugePages

Configure Oracle Database Smart Flash Cache (DBSFC)

Describe the benefits of the Oracle pre-install RPM

Install, configure and maintain ASMLib

Exam Pattern 

  • Exam Name: Oracle Linux 5 and 6 System Administration
  • Exam Code: 1Z0-100
  • Number of Questions: 80
  • Length of Time:  150 minutes
  • Exam Fee: $245 USD 
  • Exam Language: English

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