Building a high-availability load-balancing cluster
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Those responsible for the design, support and maintenance of new and existing Linux systems who have knowledge of Linux or UNIX at the level of Course 143, " Linux Comprehensive Introduction ," or Course 428, " UNIX Comprehensive Introduction ."
Install, configure and support Linux servers for reliability, functionality and performance
Control and troubleshoot the boot process
Create and extend volume management and access external storage
Deploy software components from source and packaged distributions
Deliver file, print and network services for both UNIX and Windows clients
There are no prerequisites for this course.
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