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RedHat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA)

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RHCE

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  1. Accessing the Command Line:
    • Accessing the Command Line Using the Local Console
    • Practice: Local Console Access Terms
    • Accessing the Command Line Using the Desktop
    • Practice: The GNOME 3 Desktop Environment
    • Executing Commands Using the Bash Shell
    • Practice: Bash Commands and keyboard Shortcuts
    • Lab: Accessing the Command Line
  2. Managing File from the Command Line:
    • The Linux file system Hierarchy
    • Practice: Local Console Access Terms
    • Accessing the Command Line using the Desktop
    • Practice: Locating files and Directories
    • Managing Files using Command-Line Tolls
    • Practice: Command-Line File Management
    • Matching File Name Expansion
    • Lab: Managing Files with shell Expansion
  3. Getting help in Red Hat Enterprise Linux:
    • Reading Documentation using man Command
    • Practice: Using the man Command
    • Reading Documentation using pinfo command
    • Practice: using the pinfo command
    • Reading Documentation in /usr/share/doc
    • Practice: Viewing Package Documentation
    • Get Help from Red Hat
    • Practice: Creating and Viewing an SOS Report
    • Lab: Viewing and Printing Help Documentation.
  4. Creating, Viewing, and Editing Text Files:
    • Redirecting Output to file or program
    • Practice: I/O Redirection and Pipelines
    • Editing Text files from the shell prompt
    • Practice: Editing files with Vim
    • Editing Text Files with a Graphical Editor
    • Practice: Copying text Between Windows
    • Lab: Creating, Viewing and Editing Text Files
  5. Managing local Linux Users & Groups:
    • User & Groups
    • Practice: User and Group Concepts
    • Gaining Super user Access
    • Practice: Running Commands as root
    • Managing Local user Accounts
    • Practice: Creating users using Command-line Tools
    • Managing Local Group Accounts
    • Practice: Managing Groups Using Command-line Tools
    • Managing User Passwords
    • Practice: Managing User Password Aging
    • Lab: Managing Local User and Groups.
  6. Controlling Access to files with Linux File system Permissions:
    • Linux File System Permissions
    • Practice: Interpreting File and Directory Permission
    • Managing File system permissions from the command line
    • Practice: Managing File Security from the Command Line
    • Managing Default permissions and file Access
    • Practice: Controlling New File Permissions and ownership
    • Lab: Controlling Access to files with Linux File System Permissions.
  7. Monitoring and Managing Linux Processes:
    • Processes
    • Practice: Processes
    • Controlling Jobs
    • Practice: Background and Foreground Processes
    • Killing Processes
    • Practice: Killing Processes
    • Monitoring Process Activity
    • Practice: Monitoring Process Activity
    • Lab: Monitoring and Managing Linux processes.
  8. Controlling Services and Daemons:
    • Identifying Automatically Started System Processes
    • Practice: Identify the status of systemd Units
    • Controlling System Service
    • Practice: Using systemct1 to manage service
    • Lab: Controlling Services and Daemons
  9. Configuring and Securing Open SSH Service:
    • Accessing the Remote Command Line with SSH
    • Practice: Accessing the Remote Command Line
    • Configuring SSH Key-based Authentication
    • Practice: Using SSH Key-based Authentication
    • Customizing SSH Service Configuration
    • Practice: Restricting SSH Logins
    • Lab: Configuring and Securing Open SSH Service
  10. Analyzing and Storing Logs:
    • System Log Architecture
    • Practice: System Logging Components
    • Reviewing Syslog Files
    • Practice: Finding Log Entries
    • Reviewing systemd Journal Entries
    • Practice: Finding Events with Journalctl
    • Preserving the systemd Journal
    • Practice: Configure a persistent systemd Journal
    • Maintaining accurate time
    • Practice: Adjusting system Time
    • Lab: Analyzing and Storing Logs.
  11. Managing Red Hat Enterprise Linux Networking:
    • Networking Concepts
    • Practice: Networking Concepts
    • Validating Network Configuration
    • Configuring Networking with nmcli
    • Practice: Configuring Networking with nmcli
    • Editing Network Configuration Files
    • Practice: Editing Network Configuration Files
    • Configuring Host name and Name Resolution
    • Practice: Configuring Host name and Name Resolution
    • Lab: Managing Red Hat Enterprise Linux Networking
  12. Archiving and Copying Files between Systems:
    • Managing Compressed tar Archives
    • Practice: Backing Up and Restoring Files From a tar Archive
    • Copying Files between Systems Securely
    • Practice: Copying Files over the Network with scp
    • Synchronizing files Between Systems Securely
    • Practice: Synchronizing Two Directories securely with rsync
    • Lab: Archiving and Copying Files between Systems
  13. Installing and Updating Software Packages:
    • Attaching Systems to Subscription for Software Updates
    • Practice: Red Hat Subscription Management
    • RPM Software Packages and Yum
    • Practice RPM Software Packages
    • Managing Software Update with yum
    • Practice: Installing and Updating Software with Yum
    • Enabling Yum software Repositories
    • Practice: Enabling software Repositories
    • Examining RPM Package files
    • Practice: Working with RPM package Files
    • Lab: Installing and Updating Software Packages
  14. Accessing Linux File Systems:
    • Identifying file systems and Devices
    • Practice: Identifying file systems and Devices
    • Mounting and Unmounting File Systems
    • Making Links between Files
    • Practice: Making Links between Files
    • Locating Files on the System
    • Practice: Locating Files on the System
    • Lab: Accessing Linux File Systems
  15. Using Virtualized Systems:
    • Managing a Local Virtualization Host
    • Practice: Managing a Local Virtualization Host
    • Installing a new Virtual Machine
    • Practice: Installing a new Virtual Machine
    • Chapter Test: Using Virtualized Systems
  16. Comprehensive Review:
    • Red Hat System Administration I Comprehensive Review
    • Lab: Comprehensive Review
  1. Automating Installation with Kickstart
    • Defining the Anaconda Kickstart System
    • Practice: Kickstart File Syntax and Modification
    • Deploying a New Virtual System with Kickstart
    • Practice: Installing a System Using Kickstart
    • Chapter Test: Automating Installation with Kickstart
  2. Using Regular Expression with grep
    • Regular Expressions Fundamentals
    • Practice: Match the Regular Expression
    • Matching Test with grep
    • Practice: Using grep with Logs
    • Lab: Using Regular Expression with grep
  3. Creating and Editing Test Files with vim
    • The vim Text Editor
    • Practice: vim Modes
    • Basic vim Workflow
    • Practice: Basic vim Workflow
    • Editing with vim
    • Practice: Edit a File with vim
    • Lab: Edit a System File with vim
  4. Scheduling Future Linux Tasks
    • Scheduling One-Time Tasks with at
    • Practice: Scheduling One-Time Tasks with at
    • Scheduling Recurring Jobs with cron
    • Practice: Scheduling Recurring Jobs with cron
    • Scheduling System cron jobs
    • Managing Temporary Files
    • Practice: Managing Temporary Files
    • Chapter Test: Scheduling Future Linux Tasks
  5. Managing Priority of Linux Processes
    • Process Priority and “nice” Concepts
    • Practice: Process Priority and “nice” Concepts
    • Using nice and renice to Influence Process Priority
    • Practice: Discovering Process Priorities
    • Lab: Managing Priority of Linux Processes
  6. Controlling Access to Files with Access Control Lists (ACLs)
    • POSIX Access Control Lists (ACLs)
    • Practice: Interpret ACLs
    • Securing Files with ACLs
    • Practice: Using ACLs to Grant and Limit Access
    • Lab: Controlling Access to Files with Access Control Lists (ACLs)
  7. Managing SELinux Security
    • Enabling and Monitoring Security Enhanced Linux (SELinux)
    • Practice: SELinux Concepts
    • Changing SELinux Modes
    • Practice: Changing SELinux Modes
    • Changing SELinux Contexts
    • Practice: Changing SELinux Contexts
    • Changing SELinux Booleans
    • Practice: Changing SELinux Booleans
    • Troubleshooting SELinux
    • Practice: Troubleshooting SELinux
    • Lab: Managing SELinux Security
  8. Connecting to Networks-defined Users and Groups
    • Using Identity Management Services
    • Practice: Connecting to Central LDAP and Kerberos Server
    • Lab: Connecting to Network-defined Users and Groups
  9. Adding Disks, Partitions and Files Systems to a Linux System
    • Adding Disks, Partitions and Persistent Mounts
    • Practice: Adding Disks, Partitions and Persistent Mounts
    • Managing Swap Space
    • Practice: Adding and Enabling Swap Space
    • Lab: Adding Disks, Partitions and Files Systems to a Linux System
  10. Managing Logical Volume Management (LVM) Storage
    • Logical Volume Management Concept
    • Practice: Logical Volume Management Concept
    • Managing Logical Volume
    • Practice: Adding a Logical Volume
    • Extending a Logical Volume
    • Practice: Extending a Logical Volume
    • Lab: Managing Logical Volume Management (LVM) Storage
  11. Accessing Network Storage with Network File System (NFS)
    • Mounting Network Storage with NFS
    • Practice: Mounting and Un-mounting NFS
    • Auto mounting Network Storage with NFS
    • Practice: Auto mounting NFS
    • Lab: Accessing Network Storage with Network File System (NFS)
  12. Accessing Network Storage with SMB
    • Accessing Network Storage with SMB
    • Practice: Mounting a SMB File Sstem
    • Lab: Accessing Network Storage with SMB
  13. Controlling and Troubleshooting the Red Ta Enterprise Linux Boot Process
    • The Red Hat Enterprise Linux Boot Process
    • Practice: Selecting a Boot Target
    • Repairing Common Boot Issues
    • Practice: Resetting a Lost root Password
    • File System Issues at Boot
    • Practice: Repairing Boot Problems
    • Repairing Boot Loader Issues
    • Practice: Repairing a Boot Loader Problems
    • Lab: Controlling and Troubleshooting the Red Hat Enterprise Linux Boot Process
  14. Limiting Network Communication with firewalled
    • Limiting Network Communication
    • Practice: Limiting Network Communication
    • Lab: Limiting Network Communication
  15. Comprehensive Review of System Administration 2
    • Red Hat System Administration 2 Comprehensive Review
    • Lab: Comprehensive Review of System Administration 2

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