COURSE #2 REQUIRED FOR RED HAT ENTERPRISE LINUX ADMINISTRATION TRACK
Red Hat System Administration II is an intermediate level of course which provides students with intermediate foundation who are willing to make their future in Linux Administration or willing to learn Linux for their own needs, including the concepts like Hard Disk Management, Logical Volume Management, selinux, firewall , iptables and many more industry used softwares and practices. After getting hands on for both Red Hat System Administration – I and Red Hat System Administartion – II, candidates will be ready to face the RHCSA (EX200) exam
This course is designed to provide a intermediate yet good knowledge of core administration concepts. It is designed such that it can not be taken as the entry level for understanding Linux automation. Students are strongly advised to go and learn Red Hat System Administration – I to get the most out of this course.
30 Hours 00 Minutes
- Automate installation with Kick start
Learning basics of Kickstart. Installing a virtual machine using Kick Start.
- Use regular expressions with grep
Performing search operations using grep with help of regular expressions.
- Create and Edit text files with vim
Managing files with GUI and CLI editors
- Schedule future Linux tasks
Automating command execution at specific times. Task scheduling.
- Manage priority of Linux processes
Prioritizing services with nice numbers
- Control access to files with access control lists (ACL)
Understanding extending permissions
- Manage SELinux security
Understanding SELinux and securing system using SELinux
- Connect to network-defined users and groups
Implementing network defined user authentications. Configuring LDAP and NIS servers
- Add disks, partitions, and file systems to a Linux system
Understanding partitions of Linux machines.
- Manage logical volume management (LVM) storage
Understanding Logical volume management. Create, format, mount and resize logical volumes
- Access networked attached storage with Network file system (NFS)
Access filesystems from remote host in a network.
- Configure AutoFS.
Understanding and configuring automatic mounting of filesystems in Linux.
- Access networked storage with SMB
Understanding Samba server and accessing it’s space in Linux and Windows servers.
- Control and troubleshoot the Red Hat Enterprise Linux boot process
Understanding Kernel parameters and altering normal boot process.
- Limit network communication with Firewall
Securing system with Firewalld and iptables. Allow/deny traffic.
- Comprehensive review
A comprehensive review of RH134.