RedHat Certification

It is not an objective exam, it is a practical exam which we have to do it practically in exam centre.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Administrator (RHCSA) Course which will cover RH124 and RH134 books. RHCSA Exam will be 3.5 Hours and total marks for the exam is 300. Out of 300, pass marks are 210.

Red Hat Certified Engineer Exam is also practical exam and the duration is 3.5 Hours. Total marks 300. Pass marks are 210.

Below table of content which guide you to earn RHCSA and RHCE certification.

  • Introduction to course outline and certification
  • Linux Architecture
  • Linux Vs Windows
  • Linux Directory Structure
  • Installing VMWare work Station
  • Configuring virtual Network communication
  • Installing Linux Operating system using Installation media (DVD)
  • Installing and configuring Lab Main Server / DNS / LDAP / Kerberos, Certificate Authority and 389 Directory Server
  • Bash shell features
  • Managing files & directories
  • Basic Commands ls, cp, mkdir, cat, rm and rmdir
  • Getting help from using command line (whatis, whereis, man, help, info, –help and pinfo)
  • Editing Viewing of text files using nano
  • Linux Directory Structure
  • Using visual editor & visual editor modified to edit files
  • User Administration Creating, Modifying and Deleting
  • Controlling services & daemons
  • IPv4 Networking
  • Installing and configuring SSH Server & Client
  • Listing and managing processes
  • Prioritise process
  • Analyse & storing logs
  • Syslog Server & Client configuration
  • Compressing files & directories (tar and zip)
  • Copying files & directories to remote servers
  • Red Hat Package Manager
  • Installing and configuring Local Yellodog Updater, Modified
  • Installing and configuring FTP / HTTP Yellowdog Updater, Modified
  • Managing network interfaces using nmcli utility
  • Searching files and directories
  • File & Directory links (Soft Links and Hard Links)
  • Managing of physical storage – Creating Standard Partitions
  • Creating and Managing Logical Volume Manager
  • XFS quota management
  • Access Control List (ACL)
  • Scheduling of future Linux tasks using at & Crontab
  • SeLinux Overview
  • SeLinux Policy types, Listing policies and applying policies
  • NFS Server and Client configuration
  • Firewalld – configuring and managing rules
  • Securing the NFS using kerberos
  • Adding server as LDAP client
  • Setting up LDAP users home directory
  • Accessing the network storage using (CIFS) samba
  • Samba Multi-user Access
  • Using Virtualized systems
  • Creating virtual Machines
  • Automated installation of Redhat Linux
  • Automated Installation using Kick start
  • Explaining Linux booting process
  • Recovering forgotten root password
  • Recovering forgotten root password method-2
  • Fixing Partition Errors – using emergency mode
  • Managing daemons and services
  • MariaDB Installation and Configuration
  • Using regular expressions with grep
  • Installation & configuration of DHCP Server – reserving IP address
  • DNS master server zones installation & configuration
  • Installing and Configuring the Web / Httpd/ Apache Server
  • Configuring virtual web server
  • Making secure web server (https) ssl enabled web server
  • WSGI script enabled web server
  • Networking IPv6 assigning IPv6 Address
  • Time synchronising using NTP server and client
  • Configure a system to forward all email to a central mail server
  • Install and configure MariaDB
  • Backup and restore a database
  • Create a simple database schema
  • Perform simple SQL queries against a database
  • Configure a system as either an iSCSI target or initiator that persistently mounts an iSCSI target
  • Use network teaming or bonding to configure aggregated network links between two Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems