Course details

Creating and Managing Unix File Systems

Creating and Managing Unix File Systems


Overview/Description
Target Audience
Prerequisites
Expected Duration
Lesson Objectives
Course Number
Expertise Level



Overview/Description
Unix hosts can use local or shared network storage. Discover how the X Window GUI as well as Unix commands can be used to configure and manage storage devices. During this course, you will learn how to configure and manage your system files on storage devices through the Windows X GUI and via Unix commands. Examine Unix file system concepts. Learn common navigation commands. Partition a disk to create your file system and mount the file system to make it operational. Search for files with the Find command. Discover Samba and Network File Systems (NFS), and learn how to mount them. Execute Unix commands from the command line. Repair damaged file systems. Archive files and directories with the Tar command.

Target Audience
Technicians who want to get a thorough grounding of Unix principles through hands-on examples

Prerequisites
None

Expected Duration (hours)
0.9

Lesson Objectives

Creating and Managing Unix File Systems

  • start the course
  • identify Unix file system concepts
  • use common Unix file system navigation commands
  • perform disk partitioning and the creation of file systems
  • mount a file system to make it usable
  • use the find command to search for files
  • describe Samba and NFS
  • mount an SMB file system
  • mount an NFS file system
  • use the tar command to archive files and directories
  • use Unix commands to repair file systems
  • create and manage Unix file systems
  • Course Number:
    lu_unop_a03_it_enus

    Expertise Level
    Beginner