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RHCSA System Administration Technology Course II: RH134

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This course is designed to review each exam objective as a complete study resource for taking the Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA). You will gain an in-depth understanding of the Red Hat Certified Administrator (RHCSA) exam as well as a deeper understanding of Red Hat Enterprise Linux so you understand the key foundational principles of systems administration.
  • Course
    • Introduction & Essential Tools
      • Course Introduction
      • Analyze Files with Grep & Regular Expressions
    • Operate Running Systems
      • Boot, Reboot, & Shut Down a System Normally
      • Boot Systems into Different Targets Manually
      • Interrupt the Boot Process to Gain Access to a System
      • Adjust Process Priority with Renice
    • Configure Local Storage
      • List Create & Delete Partitions on MBR & GPT Disks
      • Create & Remove Physical Volumes, Assign Physical Volumes to Volume Groups, & Create & Delete Logical Volumes
      • Configure Systems to Mount File Systems at Boot by Universally Unique ID (UUID) or Label
      • Add New Partitions, Logical Volumes, & Swap to a System Non-destructively
    • Create and Configure File Systems
      • Create, Mount, Unmount, & Use vfat, ext4 & xfs File Systems
      • Mount & Unmount CIFS & NFS Network File Systems
      • Extend Existing Logical Volumes
      • Create & Manage Access Control Lists (ACLs)
    • Deploy, Configure and Maintain Systems
      • Schedule Tasks Using at & cron
      • Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux Automatically Using Kickstart
      • Configure System to Use Time Service with cronyd
      • Update the Kernel Package Appropriately to Ensure a Bootable System
      • Modifying the System Bootloader
    • Manage Users and Groups
      • Configure a System to Use an Existing Authentication Service for User & Group Information
    • Manage Security
      • Configure Firewall Settings Using firewall-config & firewall-cmd
      • Introduction to SELINUX
      • List & Identify SELinux File & Process Context
      • Restore Default File Contexts
      • Use Boolean Settings to Modify System SELinux
      • Diagnose & Address Routine SELinux Policy Violations
    • Prepare yourself to the RHCSA Exam
      • Are you ready to take the exam?
Muhammed Torkey
Muhammed Torkey — MCITP, CCT, RHCSA, RHCSE


4hr 03min
January 26, 2017
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  • Course
    • Introduction & Essential Tools
      • Course Introduction
      • Analyze Files with Grep & Regular Expressions
    • Operate Running Systems
      • Boot, Reboot, & Shut Down a System Normally
      • Boot Systems into Different Targets Manually
      • Interrupt the Boot Process to Gain Access to a System
      • Adjust Process Priority with Renice
    • Configure Local Storage
      • List Create & Delete Partitions on MBR & GPT Disks
      • Create & Remove Physical Volumes, Assign Physical Volumes to Volume Groups, & Create & Delete Logical Volumes
      • Configure Systems to Mount File Systems at Boot by Universally Unique ID (UUID) or Label
      • Add New Partitions, Logical Volumes, & Swap to a System Non-destructively
    • Create and Configure File Systems
      • Create, Mount, Unmount, & Use vfat, ext4 & xfs File Systems
      • Mount & Unmount CIFS & NFS Network File Systems
      • Extend Existing Logical Volumes
      • Create & Manage Access Control Lists (ACLs)
    • Deploy, Configure and Maintain Systems
      • Schedule Tasks Using at & cron
      • Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux Automatically Using Kickstart
      • Configure System to Use Time Service with cronyd
      • Update the Kernel Package Appropriately to Ensure a Bootable System
      • Modifying the System Bootloader
    • Manage Users and Groups
      • Configure a System to Use an Existing Authentication Service for User & Group Information
    • Manage Security
      • Configure Firewall Settings Using firewall-config & firewall-cmd
      • Introduction to SELINUX
      • List & Identify SELinux File & Process Context
      • Restore Default File Contexts
      • Use Boolean Settings to Modify System SELinux
      • Diagnose & Address Routine SELinux Policy Violations
    • Prepare yourself to the RHCSA Exam
      • Are you ready to take the exam?