RHCSA & RHCE Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7: Training and Exam Preparation Guide, Exams EX200 and EX300, Third Edition

  • 12h 29m
  • Asghar Ghori
  • Asghar Ghori
  • 2015

Highlights:

  • Updated to the latest version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7
  • Upated to cover ALL official exam objectives for the RHCSA and RHCE exams based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7
  • Equally good for self-study and in-class training
  • Step-by-step exercises to accomplish tasks
  • Do-It-Yourself challenge labs at the end of each chapter
  • Concepts explained with diagrams
  • Commands and options summarized in tables
  • Exam tips included
  • FOUR scenario-based sample exams (TWO for RHCSA and TWO for RHCE)
  • TWENTY-FIVE chapters (THIRTEEN for RHCSA and TWELVE for RHCE)
  • Separate sections on RHCSA and RHCE

Each chapter lists major topics and relevant exam objectives in the beginning and ends with a summary followed by review questions/answers and Do-It-Yourself challenge labs.

About the Author

Asghar Ghori is a seasoned UNIX/Linux consultant, trainer, and author. As a consultant, his experience ranges from deployment, support, and administration to solution architecture, design, and consulting; as a trainer, he has designed and delivered numerous training programs; and as a published author, he has five books on HP-UX and Red Hat Enterprise Linux to his credit. Asghar holds a BS in Engineering. He is RHCE, RHCSA, HP CSA, HP CSE, SCSA, IBM Certified Specialist for AIX, and CNE, with ITIL and PMP certifications.

In this Book

  • Installing RHEL7 on Physical Computer Using Local DVD
  • Using Basic Linux Tools
  • Working with Files and File Permissions
  • Dealing with the Bash Shell, Processes, and Scheduling
  • Managing Software Packages
  • Configuring Server Virtualization and Network Installing RHEL7
  • Booting RHEL7, Updating Kernel, and Logging Messages
  • Managing Users and Groups
  • Partitioning and Managing Disk Storage
  • Constructing and Using File Systems and Swap
  • Controlling Access through Firewall and SELinux
  • Administering Network Interfaces and Network Clients
  • Securing Access with SSH and TCP Wrappers
  • Writing Shell Scripts
  • Configuring Bonding, Teaming, IPv6, and Routing
  • Synchronizing Time with NTP
  • Working with Firewalld and Kerberos
  • Tuning Kernel Parameters, Reporting System Usage, and Logging Remotely
  • Sharing Block Storage with iSCSI
  • Sharing File Storage with NFS
  • Sharing File Storage with Samba
  • Hosting Websites with Apache
  • Sending and Receiving Electronic Mail
  • Configuring DNS
  • Managing MariaDB
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