Managing SUSE Linux Enterprise
Linux Training Architect II
This course and the rest of the series follow and more than cover the objectives for the SUSE Certified Administrator in Enterprise Linux 15 exam, # 050-754.
In this third course of the series, we cover Software Management, Network Management, Storage Management and Administration and Monitoring.
This is the last of the 4 courses that covers lessons and labs, the 4th and last course is the Exam Prep and Final Exam course.
This course is the fourth in a five-part series of courses covering the SUSE Linux Enterprise Administrator for SLES 15 objectives and exam. This course provides an lessons on Software Management, Network Management, Storage Management and Administration and Monitoring of SUSE Linux Enterprise.
About the Training Architect
This video provides an introduction to the course's author: Ross Brunson, Linux Training Architect II at Linux Academy.
Understanding Compiling Software from Source
In this lesson, we cover the basics of compiling software from source code, including configuration, making, and installing.
Understanding Management of RPM Packages
In this lesson, we discuss the basics of RPM Package Management. We go over the structure of RPM packages, RPM database, package file contents, and how they interrelate. We also discuss basic operations, such as how to query, install, remove, and include more advanced actions with RPM software.
Understanding Software Management with Libzypp
In this lesson, we go deeper into how software is managed on a SUSE Linux Enterprise system. We also discuss how source compilation works, as well as when it's a good idea and when it's better to use packaged software. Then, we cover the RPM package management system, how software is installed, updated, removed, and verified. Lastly, we go over the Libzypp and Zypper package management mechanism, including how to install, query, and remove packages for managing software repositories.
Understanding Network Management in SLE
In this lesson, we go over the definitions of common networking terms, establishing connectivity between hosts, configuring network interfaces via the command line, and more menu-based and GUI methods.
Understanding Network Management with Wicked
In this lesson, we cover more about the Wicked method of network management.
In this lesson, we look at how SuSEfirewall2's interface replacement, firewalld works. You'll learn about its zones, and how to configure firewalld from the command line and via the firewall-config GUI tool.
Linux I/O Stack Overview
In this lesson, you'll learn how the Linux system views storage, how to configure partitions, make file systems in those partitions and how to mount and manage filesystems for system usage.
Recognizing Traditional Linux File Systems
In this lesson, you'll explore the traditional Linux filesystems, how to view the storage devices that are available to your system, create basic filesystems and mount and unmount them. You'll also learn how to get users off a system if you need to backup a volume or do maintenance.
Configuring Logical Volume Management (LVM)
Configuring Software RAID
In this lesson, you'll learn what RAID is and the levels of RAID methods that are supported in SUSE Linux Enterprise. We'll explore how to setup, configure, and fix RAID arrays when issues occur and how to monitor them.
Defining and Describing Btrfs
In this lesson, you'll learn all about the recent Btrfs Filesystem, subvolumes, snapshots, and what Copy-on-Write means for your data integrity and safety. You also learn about restoring directories from Btrfs Snapshots.
Understanding Network File System Version 4 (NFSv4)
In this lesson, you'll learn about Network File Sharing, also known as NFS Version 4, including some differences between this version and the previous. You'll learn how to configure, start, stop, and query the NFS Server and clients for its shares as well as how to use YaST to map remote drives to your system.
Administration and Monitoring
Understanding Time Sync with `chrony`
In this lesson, you'll learn about the replacement for the aging NTP daemon, chrony. We will cover its suite of utilities, including the client utility (chronyc), and the daemon (chronyd).
Configuring System Logging
In this lesson, you will learn the two methods of logging on SUSE Linux Enterprise systems: systemd journal and rsyslog. We'll discuss facilities and priorities, rules, filters, selectors, and targets. You'll also learn to query systemd journal or log entries and filter the output to find what you are looking for directly.
In this lesson, you'll discover the Supportconfig system information tool that is used when submitting support requests to SUSE's Support team.
Where do I go from here?
This is a short video that shows you what is up next, which will be the Exam Prep and Objectives Review course, # 455.
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