Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA)
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Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA)

Red Hat certification
4.0 (187 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
10,590 students enrolled
Created by Javed Akbar
Last updated 4/2020
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This course includes
  • 7.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 downloadable resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Students will be in a position to attempt RHCSA certification
Requirements
  • Some basic knowledge and hands on experience with Linux
Description

This course will take the students through lectures and hands-on exercises to eventually gain the knowledge and know-how to take the RHCSA exam. Even if the students are not interested in the certification, they can still take this course to gain the knowledge of a junior level Linux systems administrator.

Who this course is for:
  • Students who want to pursue a career in Linux systems administration
Course content
Expand all 88 lectures 07:42:44
+ Essential Commands
13 lectures 01:15:59
Online documentation on Linux
06:09
man pages
06:07
Create, delete, copy and move files and directories
06:28
Use grep and regular expressions
05:02
Input Output Redirection
08:15
Access a shell prompt and issue commands with correct syntax
06:26
Accessing remote systems using ssh
05:22
Log in and switch users to multiuser targets
03:21
Using compression with gzip and bzip2
04:43
Using the tar command
07:18
Different ways of changing hostname
06:49
Interacting with the Linux Shell
03:50
Typing your first commands in Linux terminal
06:09
+ Domain - 2 - Operate running systems
4 lectures 30:10
Linux Boot Process
05:32
Editing GRUB
05:25
Editing GRUB from boot menu
08:35
systemd
10:38
+ Configuring Local Storage
19 lectures 01:20:43
Introduction
03:02
Adding additional disk to VM in VirtualBox
01:48
Creating MBR partition
04:34
Deleting MBR partition
01:48
Creating GPT partition
03:16
Deleting GPT partition
01:38
MBR and GPT comparison
03:24
Thin provisioning
01:12
LVM - introduction key terms
05:39
Creating Physical Volume and Volume Group
08:39
Creating Logical Volumes
03:02
Extend a Volume Group and a Logical Volume
04:24
Rename, Reduce, Extend and Remove Logical Volumes
04:14
Removing and Reducing Volume Groups and uninitializing Physical Volumes
03:33
Using parted command
07:27
Virtual Disk Optimizer installation
04:43
Create, List and Delete a VDO volume
08:33
Linux File Systems including Ext3, Ext4, XFS
03:22
Creating an Ext4 File System
06:25
+ Process Management in RHEL7 - System boot up, shutdown
5 lectures 28:42
Boot process
04:59
The PS command
04:16
systemd vs sysV
05:09
Nice, renice, kill and pkill
06:42
FSH - File system hierarchy
07:36
+ Domain - 5 - Manage users and groups
12 lectures 01:26:44
Introduction
10:44
User and group management
14:26
File permissions and use of the chmod command
09:57
Adding and deleting local users
04:51
Changing passwords
04:51
Configuring password aging
08:49
Password aging modifying using passwd command
12:54
Managing Linux Groups
01:16
Creating groups and adding a user to one of the groups
05:27
Use of groupmod and groupdel commands
02:50
Regular, root and sudo users
07:02
chown and chgrp commands
03:37
+ Domain - 6- Manage security
7 lectures 45:47
Introduction
01:55
Zones and Predefined Services
05:26
How to check the status of firewalld daemon
04:43
Starting and stopping firewalld
06:29
Command options available for firewalld-cmd command
12:33
Setting firewalld panic flag
04:56
SSH configuration
09:45
+ Package Management
4 lectures 24:14
Package Management in RHEL 8 introducing DNF
12:02
YUM (Yellowdog Updater Modified)
04:55
YUM (Yellowdog Updater Modified) - 2
05:50
RPM - Red Hat Package Manager
01:27
+ Linux Text Editors
4 lectures 13:31
Nano text editor - 1
04:07
Nano text editor - 2
02:27
Vim Text Editor - 1
04:20
Vim Text Editor - 2
02:37
+ Time Management in Red Hat Linux
4 lectures 14:24
timedatectl command
03:53
Setting timezones
03:12
Manually setting up date and time
04:25
Hardware clock and NTP
02:54