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RHCSA Rapid Track Course

Schedule

Start End Duration Location Details
March 07, 2022 March 11, 2022 KDE 3.1 Virtual Classroom (GMT+08:00)
June 06, 2022 June 10, 2022 KDE 3.1 Virtual Classroom (GMT+08:00)
September 05, 2022 September 09, 2022 KDE 3.1 Virtual Classroom (GMT+08:00)
December 05, 2022 December 09, 2022 KDE 3.1 Virtual Classroom (GMT+08:00)

Course Details

RHCSA Rapid Track Course

Course Code: RH199

Duration: 5 Days

Prerequisite:

Students attending this course should have basic experience with the following, with minimal dependence on documentation:

  • Linux (some of the course may be review) 
  • The bash shell, including job control (&, fg, bg, jobs), shell expansion (command, tilde, globbing, brace, protection from expansion), I/O redirection, and pipes 
  • IPv4 networking addressing and routing concepts, TCP/UDP, and ports 
  • Navigation of the GNOME 3 interface 
  • Editing text files from the command line with vim or other available programs 
  • Finding information in man pages and info nodes
  • The concept of file permissions 
  • Interactive installation of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 
  • Per-user 'at' and 'cron' jobs 
  • Use of archival utilities such as 'tar', 'zip', and compression utilities 
  • Absolute and relative paths 
  • Finding files with 'find' and 'locate'

Course Description:

This course builds on a student's existing understanding of command-line based Linux system administration. Students should be able to execute common commands using the shell, work with common command options, and access man pages for help. Students lacking this knowledge are strongly encouraged to take Red Hat System Administration I (RH124) and II (RH134) instead.

Course Objectives: 

  • Managing users and groups, files, and file permissions 
  • Updating software packages with yum 
  • Managing and troubleshooting systemd services during the boot process 
  • Network configuration and basic troubleshooting 
  • Managing local storage and creating and using file systems 
  • Firewall management with firewalld 
  • Managing kernel-based virtual machines (KVMs) 
  • Automating installation of Red Hat Enterprise Linux using Kickstart

Intended Audience: 

  • Students for this class should have 1-3 years of full time Linux administration experience

Course Outline:

Access systems and get help

  • Log in to local and remote Linux systems, and investigate problem resolution methods provided through Red Hat Insights and support.

Navigate file systems

  • Copy, move, create, delete, and organize files while working from the bash shell.

Manage local users and groups

  • Create, manage, and delete local users and groups and administer local password policies.

Control access to files

  • Set Linux file system permissions on files and to interpret the security effects of different permission settings.

Manage SELinux security

  • Protect and manage the security of a server by using SELinux.

Tune system performance

  • Evaluate and control processes, set tuning parameters, and adjust process scheduling priorities on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux system.

Install and update software packages

  • Download, install, update, and manage software packages from Red Hat and yum package repositories.

Manage basic storage

  • Create and manage storage devices, partitions, file systems, and swap spaces from the command line.

Control services and the boot process

  • Control and monitor network services, system daemons, and the boot process using systemd.

Manage networking

  • Configure network interfaces and settings on Red Hat Enterprise Linux servers.

Analyze and store logs

  • Locate and accurately interpret logs of system events for troubleshooting purposes.

Implement advanced storage features

  • Create and manage logical volumes containing file systems and swap spaces from the command line, and configure advanced storage features with Stratis and VDO.

Schedule future tasks

  • Schedule tasks to automatically execute in the future.

Access network-attached storage

  • Access network-attached storage, using the NFS protocol.

Manage network security

  • Control network connections to services using the system firewall and SELinux rules.