Linux System Troubleshooting
Students wishing to acquire the intermediate skills required as a Linux system administrator.
A knowledge of basic Linux system administration
As a Linux System Administrator, you will encounter times when for various reasons your system isn’t behaving as it should. This course covers troubleshooting various aspects of a Linux system from boot problems to network configuration issues as well as general system configuration and shell problems. This course is for people taking Advanced Level Linux Professional (LPIC-2) Exam 202.
Troubleshooting system startup
- recognize how to create boot disks and root disks
- determine, from the boot-up text, the distinction between the four stages of the boot sequence
- recognize the characteristics of LILO and determine the cause of LILO errors
- create a boot disk and troubleshoot boot errors
- identify the source of common local system configuration problems
- identify factors that can affect the performance of shell programs
- recognize how to troubleshoot common network problems
- use appropriate tools and commands to determine the source of network problems