What you need to know SIS. The admin give me the topics to study?

In General, decided to go temporarily on SIS. The administrator or his pasnica...

BUT while I was on a field from a technical College in another College as assistant SIS. admin I of course what Yes learned, but still a little something!

This will advise what topics should I again pass the pen to work ICU. Admin ?!

Many of the topics I most likely not took place at all because our training city was at the level of remembering the layers of the OSI model and what there answers and so on is not required... alas ((
As we said, are going to teach later on and in the end, not guys... :\

So here you have to inquire on items in General describe what makes normally system. admin and what they need to know...

Thanks in advance for the answers =)
9 answers
June 14th 19 at 20:22
The usual sysadmin Googles.
And you Google.
And I prove you all recruiter-Barker, paints will not regret it.
Will not come W I as zero spices on the work and will Google there... It's funny! - lesly_Hans commented on June 14th 19 at 20:25
I work half a year! Well, the initial knowledge was with the institution, all sorts of video watched, and now look wise and climb in the Google or toaster, if you do not know :) - alverta_Lindgren commented on June 14th 19 at 20:28
June 14th 19 at 20:24
A good sysadmin in a mostly calm person reads internetiki, as he already had everything set up and works like a clock. A bad sysadmin covered in sweat and dust, runs from a computer to a computer that then adjusts, repairs, rolls the updates manually and stuff.

Recommended reading for starters:
"Computer architecture" by E. Tannenbaum
"Computer networks" by A. Tannenbaum
A textbook on the Russian language.
very funny! - lesly_Hans commented on June 14th 19 at 20:27
side may be funny, but it's not a joke. - alverta_Lindgren commented on June 14th 19 at 20:30
, a good sysadmin is a lazy admin, because he has everything set up, the alerts come, monitor only. - lesly_Hans commented on June 14th 19 at 20:33
this tale for the youngest children of kindergarten age :-)

When you have infrastructure-10 workstations and six servers that have admin under the table -- then Yes, "all set". And when you have, for example, a hundred workstations, Yes they average more than half of -- this development, and server infrastructure amounts to tens units, there's always something to penstraat in his AOR ;-) - Austen.Thompson53 commented on June 14th 19 at 20:36
highly depends on your company. In the Bank, despite 4 hundreds of specialized workstations and half a hundred servers is quite impossible to do to "all set". In the office of developers, where everyone is a admin on the workstation, but still goes to the server root production... - warren.Kerluke95 commented on June 14th 19 at 20:39
sed 's/Russian/English/g'

) - Angelica.Russel commented on June 14th 19 at 20:42
is a very small Bank, and, apparently, not growing. Any network with a hundred and a half KE (configuration items) is constantly changing, and always something to do.

And if you specifically in your area of responsibility at a particular moment nothing else to do -- it's time to gash some lab test environment, with the aim of exploring promising technologies :-) And again, it turns out that there is always something to do :-) - Tommie.Hau commented on June 14th 19 at 20:45
rather , the fact that the main development - server side and depends not only from admin, but from the developers, which can be from the outside. And Yes, the test lab, not connected with the work, do not believe it is self-development at the expense of the employer and held as a "all set - have fun" :-) - Kirk.Strosin commented on June 14th 19 at 20:48
June 14th 19 at 20:26
If the company is not large and works with Windows, it is necessary to be familiar with at least the Active Directory domain policies.
If Linux/Unix, then at least to understand how to work with users on these operating systems, how to manage resources.
In any case, it is necessary always to remember about backups and monitoring.

If the office is already serious, then, from the administrator need to have more - customize RouterOS, a switch, various switches (hi OSI model), various NAS, virtualization, server, telephony (Asterisk, Oktell, Panasonic), distributed loads, redundancy of communication channels, etc.
The main task of the system administrator - that would be everything connected to it worked without interruption and has helped the organization to earn.
When I worked as an admin, tried all automated, which is what all admins recommend.
June 14th 19 at 20:28
If you ask such questions, that of the SIS admin for sure yet. Try animasyon get settled and fall to the tail of an experienced administrator.
June 14th 19 at 20:30
Topic "information search" (including the toaster) :) Question about what to study novice admin here occurs at least once a week.
June 14th 19 at 20:32
the first Council General class)) - system administrator Googles you Google) and you haitte remotely or in the office to work?
How will fall... - lesly_Hans commented on June 14th 19 at 20:35
June 14th 19 at 20:34
What you need to know SIS. Admin
Sysadmin a loose concept.
So call and animasia which users help, the jammed paper from the printer lacking.
So-called and which configures the network, or set up a server or doing IB.
All strongly depends on specialization.
June 14th 19 at 20:36
part of the UNIX https://4admin.info/системное-администрирование-unix/
for Windows: same theme, but ON Windows + AD, GPO
for the first time will be enough
June 14th 19 at 20:38

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