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EX200: RedHat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA)

Gain essential knowledge about configuring, administering, and maintaining Red Hat Enterprise Linux using a simplified approach designed for students who must pursue an amazing career in IT.

Instructor
Instructor
Mr. Krishna Jeevan Upadhyay

Red Hat Certified System Administrator on RHEL-9

This course provides a detailed review of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, covering essential subjects such as file management, access control, process monitoring, user and group administration, command line navigation, and service control. Advanced abilities are also covered, such as networking, log analysis, SSH configuration, software package management, system performance tuning, and containerized service management. Practical skills for Linux system administration and troubleshooting are provided by the comprehensive review and hands-on exercises.

Objective

  • Establish a strong foundation in Linux system administration to enhance the management of infrastructure.
  • This two-part series will help you go from having little Linux experience to being an expert Linux administrator.
  • Boost the responsiveness to failures, storage efficiency, and system reliability of the organization.
  • Get the necessary abilities to work as a Linux administrator full-time.
  • Examine more complex subjects such as automated installation, SELinux, and LVM.
  • Gain a deeper understanding of SELinux, file systems, partitioning, logical volumes, firewall configuration, and troubleshooting in enterprise Linux administration.
  • With a broad range of skills, Linux administrators can effectively contribute.

Course Content

RHCSA RHEL-9
  • Red Hat System Administration-1 (First Book)

  • Red Hat System Administration-2 (Second Book)

RH124: Red Hat System Administration-1

Unit 1 Get Started With Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • What Is Linux?
  • Quiz: Get Started with Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • Summary
Unit 2 Access The Command Line
  • Access the Command Line
  • Quiz: Access the Command Line
  • Access the Command Line with the Desktop
  • Guided Exercise: Access the Command Line with the Desktop
  • Execute Commands with the Bash Shell
  • Quiz: Execute Commands with the Bash Shell
  • Lab: Access the Command Line
  • Summary
Unit 3 Manage Files From The Command Line
  • Describe Linux File System Hierarchy Concepts
  • Quiz: Describe Linux File System Hierarchy Concepts
  • Specify Files by Name
  • Quiz: Specify Files by Name
  • Manage Files with Command-line Tools
  • Guided Exercise: Manage Files with Command-line Tools
  • Make Links Between Files
  • Guided Exercise: Make Links Between Files
  • Match File Names with Shell Expansions
  • Quiz: Match File Names with Shell Expansions
  • Lab: Manage Files from the Command Line
  • Summary
Unit 4 Get Help In Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • Read Manual Pages
  • Guided Exercise: Read Manual Pages
  • Lab: Get Help in Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • Summary
Unit 5 Create, View, And Edit Text Files
  • Redirect Output to a File or Program
  • Quiz: Redirect Output to a File or Program
  • Edit Text Files from the Shell Prompt
  • Guided Exercise: Edit Text Files from the Shell Prompt
  • Change the Shell Environment
  • Guided Exercise: Change the Shell Environment
  • Lab: Create, View, and Edit Text Files
  • Summary
Unit 6 Manage Local Users And Groups
  • Describe User and Group Concepts
  • Quiz: Describe User and Group Concepts
  • Gain Superuser Access
  • Guided Exercise: Gain Superuser Access
  • Manage Local User Accounts
  • Guided Exercise: Manage Local User Accounts
  • Manage Local Group Accounts
  • Guided Exercise: Manage Local Group Accounts
  • Manage User Passwords
  • Guided Exercise: Manage User Passwords
  • Lab: Manage Local Users and Groups
  • Summary
Unit 7 Control Access To Files
  • Interpret Linux File System Permissions.
  • Quiz: Interpret Linux File System Permissions
  • Manage File System Permissions from the Command Line
  • Guided Exercise: Manage File System Permissions from the Command Line
  • Manage Default Permissions and File Access
  • Guided Exercise: Manage Default Permissions and File Access
  • Lab: Control Access to Files
  • Summary
Unit 8 Monitor And Manage Linux Processes
  • Process States and Lifecycle.
  • Quiz: Process States and Lifecycle
  • Control Jobs
  • Guided Exercise: Control Jobs
  • Kill Processes
  • Guided Exercise: Kill Processes
  • Monitor Process Activity
  • Guided Exercise: Monitor Process Activity
  • Lab: Monitor and Manage Linux Processes
  • Summary
Unit 9 Control Services And Daemons
  • Identify Automatically Started System Processes
  • Guided Exercise: Identify Automatically Started System Processes
  • Control System Services
  • Guided Exercise: Control System Services
  • Lab: Control Services and Daemons
  • Summary
Unit 10 Configure And Secure SSH
  • Access the Remote Command Line with SSH
  • Guided Exercise: Access the Remote Command Line
  • Configure SSH Key-based Authentication
  • Guided Exercise: Configure SSH Key-based Authentication
  • Customize OpenSSH Service Configuration
  • Guided Exercise: Customize OpenSSH Service Configuration
  • Lab: Configure and Secure SSH
  • Summary
Unit 11 Analyze And Store Logs
  • Describe System Log Architecture
  • Quiz: Describe System Log Architecture
  • Review Syslog Files
  • Guided Exercise: Review Syslog Files
  • Review System Journal Entries
  • Guided Exercise: Review System Journal Entries
  • Preserve the System Journal
  • Guided Exercise: Preserve the System Journal
  • Maintain Accurate Time
  • Guided Exercise: Maintain Accurate Time
  • Lab: Analyze and Store Logs
  • Summary
Unit 12 Manage Networking
  • Describe Networking Concepts
  • Quiz: Describe Networking Concepts
  • Validate Network Configuration
  • Guided Exercise: Validate Network Configuration
  • Configure Networking from the Command Line
  • Guided Exercise: Configure Networking from the Command Line
  • Edit Network Configuration Files
  • Guided Exercise: Edit Network Configuration Files
  • Configure Hostnames and Name Resolution
  • Guided Exercise: Configure Hostnames and Name Resolution
  • Lab: Manage Networking
  • Summary
Unit 13 Archive And Transfer Files
  • Manage Compressed tar Archives
  • Guided Exercise: Manage Compressed tar Archives
  • Transfer Files Between Systems Securely
  • Guided Exercise: Transfer Files Between Systems Securely
  • Synchronize Files Between Systems Securely
  • Guided Exercise: Synchronize Files Between Systems Securely
  • Lab: Archive and Transfer Files
  • Summary
Unit 14 Install And Update Software Packages
  • Register Systems for Red Hat Support
  • Quiz: Register Systems for Red Hat Support
  • Explain and Investigate RPM Software Packages
  • Guided Exercise: Explain and Investigate RPM Software Packages
  • Install and Update Software Packages with DNF
  • Guided Exercise: Install and Update Software Packages with DNF
  • Enable DNF Software Repositories
  • Guided Exercise: Enable DNF Software Repositories
  • Lab: Install and Update Software Packages
  • Summary
Unit 15 Access Linux Files Systems
  • Identify File Systems and Devices
  • Quiz: Identify File Systems and Devices
  • Mount and Unmount File Systems
  • Guided Exercise: Mount and Unmount File Systems
  • Locate Files on the System
  • Guided Exercise: Locate Files on the System
  • Lab: Access Linux File Systems
  • Summary
Unit 16 Analyze Servers And Get Support
  • Analyze and Manage Remote Servers
  • Guided Exercise: Analyze and Manage Remote Servers
  • Get Help From Red Hat Customer Portal
  • Guided Exercise: Get Help From Red Hat Customer Portal
  • Detect and Resolve Issues with Red Hat Insights
  • Quiz: Detect and Resolve Issues with Red Hat Insights
  • Summary
Unit 17 Comprehensive Review
  • Comprehensive Review
  • Lab: Manage Files from the Command Line
  • Lab: Manage Users and Groups, Permissions, and Processes
  • Lab: Configure and Manage a Server
  • Lab: Manage Networks
  • Lab: Mount File Systems and Find Files

RH134: Red Hat System Administration-2

Unit 1 Improve Command Line Productivity
  • Write Simple Bash Scripts
  • Guided Exercise: Write Simple Bash Scripts
  • Loops and Conditional Constructs in Scripts
  • Guided Exercise: Loops and Conditional Constructs in Scripts
  • Match Text in Command Output with Regular Expressions
  • Guided Exercise: Match Text in Command Output with Regular Expressions
  • Lab: Improve Command-line Productivity
  • Summary
Unit 2 Schedule Future Task
  • Schedule a Deferred User Job
  • Guided Exercise: Schedule a Deferred User Job
  • Schedule Recurring User Jobs
  • Guided Exercise: Schedule Recurring User Jobs
  • Schedule Recurring System Jobs
  • Guided Exercise: Schedule Recurring System Jobs
  • Manage Temporary Files
  • Guided Exercise: Manage Temporary Files
  • Quiz: Schedule Future Tasks
  • Summary
Unit 3 Tune System Performance
  • Adjust Tuning Profiles
  • Guided Exercise: Adjust Tuning Profiles
  • Influence Process Scheduling
  • Guided Exercise: Influence Process Scheduling
  • Lab: Tune System Performance
  • Summary
Unit 4 Manage SELinux Security
  • Change the SELinux Enforcement Mode
  • Guided Exercise: Change the SELinux Enforcement Mode
  • Control SELinux File Contexts
  • Guided Exercise: Control SELinux File Contexts
  • Adjust SELinux Policy with Booleans
  • Guided Exercise: Adjust SELinux Policy with Booleans
  • Investigate and Resolve SELinux Issues
  • Guided Exercise: Investigate and Resolve SELinux Issues
  • Lab: Manage SELinux Security
  • Summary
Unit 5 Manage Basic Storage
  • Add Partitions, File Systems, and Persistent Mounts
  • Guided Exercise: Add Partitions, File Systems, and Persistent Mounts
  • Manage Swap Space
  • Guided Exercise: Manage Swap Space
  • Lab: Manage Basic Storage
  • Summary
Unit 6 Manage Storage Stack
  • Create and Extend Logical Volumes
  • Guided Exercise: Create and Extend Logical Volumes
  • Manage Layered Storage
  • Guided Exercise: Manage Layered Storage
  • Lab: Manage Storage Stack
  • Summary
Unit 7 Access Network-Attached Storage
  • Manage Network-Attached Storage with NFS
  • Guided Exercise: Manage Network-Attached Storage with NFS
  • Automount Network-Attached Storage
  • Guided Exercise: Automount Network-Attached Storage
  • Lab: Access Network-Attached Storage
  • Summary
Unit 8 Control the Boot Process
  • Select the Boot Target
  • Guided Exercise: Select the Boot Target
  • Reset the Root Password
  • Guided Exercise: Reset the Root Password
  • Repair File System Issues at Boot
  • Guided Exercise: Repair File System Issues at Boot
  • Lab: Control the Boot Process
  • Summary
Unit 9 Manage Network Security
  • Manage Server Firewalls
  • Guided Exercise: Manage Server Firewalls
  • Control SELinux Port Labeling
  • Guided Exercise: Control SELinux Port Labeling
  • Lab: Manage Network Security
  • Summary
Unit 10 Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • Guided Exercise: Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • Automate Installation with Kickstart
  • Guided Exercise: Automate Installation with Kickstart
  • Install and Configure Virtual Machines
  • Quiz: Install and Configure Virtual Machines
  • Lab: Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • Summary
Unit 11 Run Containers
  • Container Concepts
  • Quiz: Container Concepts
  • Deploy Containers
  • Guided Exercise: Deploy Containers
  • Manage Container Storage and Network Resources
  • Guided Exercise: Manage Container Storage and Network Resources
  • Manage Containers as System Services
  • Guided Exercise: Manage Containers as System Services
  • Lab: Run Containers
  • Summary
Unit 12 Comprehensive Review
  • Comprehensive Review
  • Lab: Fix Boot Issues and Maintain Servers
  • Lab: Configure and Manage File Systems and Storage
  • Lab: Configure and Manage Server Security
  • Lab: Run Containers

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