UNIX and Linux: Optimization and Troubleshooting




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  • Network Administrator
  • Support Personnel
  • Security Analyst
  • IT Professional


  • UNIX and Linux systems
  • Structured approach to troubleshooting
  • Mixed-vendor systems
  • Operating system faults - rectifying
  • Common faults
  • Analyzing fault symptom
  • Problem resolution - analysis tools
  • Kernel failure - recovering from
  • Catastrophic failures - differentiating between
  • Kernel investigation tools
  • Performance optimization - structured approach
  • Performance evaluation
  • Storage subsystem performance
  • Network problems - correcting
  • Tracking processor efficiency
  • Memory usage - monitoring
  • Video performance
  • Bus interconnect bottlenecks - avoiding
  • HA: high availability solutions - deploying
  • HA architectural models
  • Targeted HA solutions - designing
  • Clustered solution - building

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