AN202G: Korn and Bash Shell Programming

IBM Systems Training

on February 14, 2022

      

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Table of Contents

  1. Short Summary
  2. Duration
  3. Content Description
  4. Objectives
  5. Agenda
  6. Audience
  7. Skill Level
  8. Labs?
  9. Keywords
  10. Prerequisites
  11. Enrollment
  12. Errata
  13. Follow-on Courses

Short Summary

This course provides the foundational skills necessary to configure, administer, and accomplish the major business functions provided by IBM Identity Manager.

Duration in Hours ⌚

40.0

Content Description

This course will teach you how to use shell scripts and utilities for practical system administration of AIX (or other UNIX) operating systems.

Objectives

After completing this course, you should be able to:

• Distinguish Korn and bash shell specific features

• Use utilities such as sed and awk to manipulate data

• Understand system shell scripts such as /etc/shutdown

• Write useful shell scripts to aid system administration

Agenda

  • Basic shell concepts
  • Flow control in a shell Script
  • Functions and typeset
  • Shell features such as arithmetic and string handling
  • Using regular expressions
  • Using sed, awk and other AIX utilities

Audience

This course is for support staff for AIX on POWER systems

Skill Level

Intermediate

Labs? 💻

Y

Keywords

Korn; Bash; AIX; AL24; AN202G; AN202; AL24G

Prerequisites

You should have:

  • An understanding of programming fundamentals: variables, flow control concepts such as repetition and decision.
  • A working knowledge of AIX including the use of the vi editor, find and grep commands.

Students without this experience should attend AIX Basics (AN10G).

Enrollment

https://www.ibm.com/training/course/AN202G

Errata

None specified.

Follow-on Courses

None


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