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What will you learn in this Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) Certification Self-Study Training Course?

Topic Description Video Duration
1.Introduction Introduction 0:02:47
2. Essential Tools a.) Access a shell prompt and issue commands
b.) Use Input-Output Redirection
c.) Use Input/Output Redirection - Part 2
d.) Use Grep and Regular Expressions to Analyze Text
e.) Access Remote System Using SSH
f.) Log in and Switch Users in MultiUser Targets
g.) Archive, Compress, Unpack and Uncompress Files Using tar, star, gzip and bzip2
h.) Archive, Compress, Unpack and Uncompress Files Using tar, star, gzip and bzip2 - Part2
i.) Create and Edit Text Files
j.) Create, Delete, Copy and Move Files and Directories
k.) Create Hard and Soft Links
l.) List, Set and Change Standard UGO/RWX Permissionsm.
m.) List, Set and Change Standard UGO/RWX Permissions - Part 2
n.) List, Set and Change Standard UGO/RWX Permissions umask
o.) Locate, Read and Use System Documentation with man, info and usr/share/doc
p.) Finding Files with Locate and Find
3:10:51
3. Operate Running systems a.)Boot,Reboot and Shutdown a System
b.) Boot system into different targets
c.) Interrupt the Boot Process to Gain Access to the System
d.) Adjust Process Priority and Kill Processes-Part1
e.) Adjust Process Priority and Kill Processes-Part2
f.) Adjust Process Priority and Kill Processes-Part3
g.) Adjust Process Priority and Kill Processes-Part4
h.) Locate and Interpret System Log Files and Journals
i.) Start, Stop and Check the Status of Network Services
j.) Securely Transfer Files Between Systems
1:49:11
4. Configure Local Storage a.) List, Create and Delete Partitions on MBR and GPT Disks
b.) Using LVM
c.) Configure Systems to Mount File Systems at Boot by UUID or Label
d.)Add New Partitions and Logical Volumes and Swap to a System Non Destructively
0:57:30
5. Create and Configure File Systems a.) Create, Mount, Unmount and Use VFAT, EXT4 and XFS File Systems
b.) Mount and Unmount CIFS and NFS Network File Systems
c.) Extend Existing Logical Volumes
d.)Create and Configure Set-GID Directories for Collaboration
e.) Create and Manage Access Control Lists (ACLs) Part 01
f.) Create and Manage Access Control Lists (ACLs) Part 02
g.) Diagnose and Correct File Permission Problems
1:09:54
6. Deploy, Configure and Maintain Systems a.) Configure Networking and Hostname Resolution Statically or Dynamically :Troubles
b.) Networking and Hostname Resolution Statically or Dynamically : Network Manager
c.) Network /Hostname Resolution Statically or Dynamically : Hostname Configuration
d.) Schedule Tasks Using at and cron
f.) Schedule Tasks Using at and cron Part 2
g.) Start and Stop Services and Configure Services to Start Automatically at Boot
h.) Configure Systems to Boot into a Specific Target Automatically
i.) Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux Automatically Using Kickstart
j.) Configure a Physical Machine to Host Virtual Guests
k.) Configure a System to Use Time Services
l.) Install and Update Software Packages from Red Hat Network, YUM REPO
m.) Install and Update Software Packages from Red Hat Network, RPM REPO
n.) Managing Repositories
o.) Configuring a Local Repository
p.)Configuring a Local Repository Configure the GPG Key
q.)Update the Kernel Package Appropriately to Ensure a Bootable System
r.) Modifying the System Bootloader
2:31:59
7. Manage Users and Groups a.)Create, Delete & Modify Local User Accounts
b.)Change Passwords & Adjust Password Aging for specific users
c.) Create, Delete, and Modify Local Groups and Group Memberships
d.) Using set-GID on Directories
1:05:38
8. Manage Security a.)Configure Firewall Settings Using Available Firewall Utilities
b.)Configure Firewall Settings Using Available Firewall Utilities - Part2
c.) Configure Key-Based Authentication for SSH
d.) Introduction to SELinux
d.) Set Enforcing and Permissive Modes for SELinux
e.) List and Identify SELinux Files and Process Contexts
f.)Restore Default File Contexts
g.)Use Boolean Settings to Modify System SELinux Settings
h.) UDiagnose and Address Routine SELinux Policy Violations
1:42:53

What is Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) Certification?

The Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) is a Red Hat Linux Certification. It is a performance-based exam intended for experienced administrators, responsible to work on the Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems. The RHCSA exam is exam based on the 7.0 version of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA - EX200) exam tests the foundational knowledge of the candidate in different areas of system administration. The exam recognizes and validates the candidates’ skills over a wide range of environments and deployment scenarios.

When you pass the RHCSA exam, you become a Red Hat Certified System Administrator. RHCSA - EX200 exam acts as a prerequisite to becoming Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) and Red Hat Certified Architect (RHCA).

Is There Multiple Choice Questions in the Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) Certification Exam?

No, the RHCSA exam doesn’t consist of multiple choice questions, instead, it is a practical, hands-on exam. The candidates have to perform real-world tasks in the exam which test their capability to deal with the real-time scenarios.

The candidates are usually assigned with a number of tasks (10-15) under different sections. For which, they receive section score generally in 3 business days.

How to Register for Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) Certification Exam?

  • Visit the official website www.redhat.com and create a personal account.
  • Once registered and logged in, go to “Services & Support” and select “All Certifications“.
  • Choose your certification “Red Hat Certified System Administrator”.
  • Choose exam RHCSA (EX200). Then select your Country, choose Individual exam, and click on “Get Started”.
  • Schedule your exam as per Date, Time, Location, and Availability of seats.
  • Add to Cart and make payment to confirm the registration process.

What is the Exam duration of Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) Certification Exam?

Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) exam is based on the Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 7.0. The candidate has 2.5 hours to perform the given tasks.

Who should go for Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) Certification?

The Red Hat Certified System Administrator certification is intended, but not limited to

  • Experienced Red Hat Enterprise Linux System Administrators
  • Students who have attended the Red Hat System Administration I and Red Hat System Administration II training
  • IT professionals who are aspired to become a Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) or Red Hat Certified Architect (RHCA)
  • A concurrent RHCE who wants to decertify as a Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE)
  • Experienced Linux system administrator who wants a certification based on the organizational mandate

What are the prerequisites for the Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) Certification Exam?

Followings are the prerequisites for the Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) certification exam:

  • Real-world experience in Linux system administration on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, or
  • Red Hat System Administration I (RH124) and Red Hat System Administration II (RH134) or RHCSA Rapid Track Course (RH199)

Do you have any preparation guidance for this certification exam?

Yes. We write frequently about certification preparation tips on our blog.

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