Server management with Linux commands. To check the originality of students’ work, all students… 1 answer below »

Purpose of the Assessment: This assignment consists of two parts: Part A: This includes command line tools, script programming for system maintenance and techniques for server management. Part B: This includes server management systems. The two parts combined, the assignment provides students with opportunity to undertake work on the above topics and develop an understanding and professional skills required to manage and maintain network servers. By doing this assignment, students will get an opportunity to enquire some of the server Operating System features, and basic tools used in LINUX servers. They will also get an idea of various tasks performed by the system administrators. In addition to that, the overview of the modern-day Operating Systems is also necessary to keep up with the current technological trend. Part A: (15 Marks) Q1. Server management with Linux commands. To check the originality of students’ work, all students are required to follow the instructions on the Linux terminal running any flavours of Linux (e.g., Ubuntu, Kali) such as: Use the following commands one after the other: mkdir (Replace with your own student ID and name, for example: MIT111111_Ryan), cd (You are changing directory to the newly created directory, which is MIT111111_Ryan). After, you are in the directory that you have created, document the following for each command: (2.5 Marks X 2 = 5 Marks) Commands: • netstat • mtr What to document for each command? • Purpose of the command • Syntax of the command • A valid screenshot with appropriate figure number and caption showing how you explored the command on your Linux system. Q2. You need to write a script that will do the followings – (Marks 10) Note: save the script with your student ID and name such as 1. Will display a menu as shown below – (Mark 1) Choose one of the followings – 1. Show My Student ID and Name 2. Find the divisors of an integer number 3. Show calendar 4. Show today’s date 5. Exit BN206 System Administration Page 3 of 7 Prepared by: Ms. Navneet Kaur . Moderated by: Dr. SM Farhad March, 2020 BN 2. Based on Chosen option, the script should do the following. a. If option 1 is chosen, the script should echo your student ID and name. (1 Mark) b. If option 2 is chosen, the script should ask for an integer number from the user and then it should display all divisors of that number. (4 Marks) c. If option 3 is chosen, the script should display calendar. (1.5 Marks) d. If option 4 is chosen, the script should display today’s date. (1.5 Marks) e. If option 5 is chosen, exit the program and return to the terminal. (1 Mark) Note: Script screenshot must be included along with screenshots of outputs for all parts.

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