This book covers Solaris 8 and 9 as well as earlier versions. Each chapter starts with a list of relevant manual pages and system files that are related to the tasks described in the chapter. All tasks are explained in detail and illustrated with example commands and the relevant output that system administrators will encounter. Chapters are presented in chronological order and cover the steps that system administrators follow to build systems. For example, Rhodes and Butler start by adding users onto a single system, add the system to the network, move on to configuring services such as NFS and NTP—which rely on the newly-configured network—and so forth until they have built a complex of networked machines using NIS, NTP and a multitude of other services.The code examples in the book have all been built and tested on the systems described in that chapter. Rhodes and Butler also provide a number of tools, which can be used to monitor and manage the system, and define a hierarchy for configuring both the servers and clients. This is the companion to the Solaris System Administrators Reference by Janice Winsor (0130277010)!
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Complete solutions for every Solaris OE sysadmin.
You already have the man pages: what you need are the answers! With Solaris OE Boot Camp, the answers are right at your fingertips. Drawing on nearly 30 years of experience with Sun Microsystems hardware and software, David Rhodes and Dominic Butler walk you through every facet of Solaris OE system administration, from simple user management on standalone servers to building and managing a fully networked enterprise environment. Rhodes and Butler explain every task in detail-with sample commands, specific output, lists of impacted system files, and in some cases, complete shell scripts. Coverage includes:
Whether you've been running the Solaris Operating Environment for a week or a decade, Solaris Operating Environment Boot Camp will help you do more, do it faster, and do it better!About the Author:
DAVID RHODES is an independent UNIX professional with broad experience throughout the IT industry, including system builds, program development, support and maintenance. He has worked with the Solaris Operating Environment and Sun Microsystems hardware for more than 13 years, with products ranging from Sun 3/50s and SunOS 3.5 to Sun Enterprise 10000 (Star Fire) servers and Solaris 9 OE.
DOMINIC BUTLER is a freelance technology consultant specializing in Solaris OE and UNIX-related projects. Working with IBM's e-business delivery development team, he helped develop and manage processes for building, updating, and recovering e-business servers within IBM's Universal Server Farm environment throughout the UK, Holland, and Nordic countries.
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