RHCSA Practice Exams Video Course(EX200-RHEL 8 )
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RHCSA Practice Exams Video Course(EX200-RHEL 8 )

Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHEL-8 Version)
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Created by Prince Bajaj
Last updated 6/2020
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This course includes
  • 16 hours on-demand video
  • 12 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • You will be confident enough to take the RHCSA exam and pass the exam at First attempt
Requirements
  • Theoretical Knowledge RHCSA Objectives is required+ Two Virtual Machines
Description

Course Description

The Main Objective of this course is to help you to succeed at First Attempt!!! and enable you perform different tasks independently at your Job.

In this course , All Objectives of RHEL-8 based RHCSA exam are explained with the help of different practical tasks( Which mimic real exam tasks) on each objective covering complete syllabus as mentioned on Red Hat official Website.

Tasks are explained through video lectures explaining tasks in details but you must know theory part which is prerequisite for this course.


After completing this course , You will be confident enough to pass the exam at first attempt but you must practice all tasks before taking the exam.

Without practice, It is not possible to pass exam ! but there is nothing to worry too much, if you understood all objectives and practiced all tasks, You will pass the exam at first attempt.

You will find tasks on exam from these Objectives only!!


Also PDF document is uploaded for each section at end of each section briefing all tasks and different steps to perform each task. This will help you to practice tasks after you complete the section.  You don't need to watch the lectures again and again in case you forget something while practicing.


LAB SETUP

For LAB Setup, Two VM's are setup using Oracle VirtualBox Manager, One VM (named IPA Server) just to provide required services e.g. DNS,LDAP,NTP,NFS and SAMBA to other machine and you don't need to know how to configure these services for RHCSA Exam because this is not part of RHCSA Objectives.

Other Linux VM (named System) will be used to practice all Objectives of RHCSA Exam.

IPA Server machine is preconfigured to provide all required services and you will be able to download .ova file for this VM to import the machine in Oracle Virtual Box in 5-10 minutes.

You don't need to configure this Machine and only in few minutes you will have machine up and running.


However one extra section is included to describe how to configure IPA Server machine to provide different services needed to practice RHCSA Objectives. You can install & configure IPA Sever machine yourself if you want to do it yourself.


Last but not least ,I would expect positive or negative ratings/reviews depending on your experience ,expectations and outcome. Both positive and negative reviews are most Welcome.  This will help me to produce better content in future!


Many Thanks,

Prince Bajaj

Who this course is for:
  • People who want to Pass RHCSA exam First time
Course content
Expand all 139 lectures 16:14:12
+ Starting With Important Tasks
9 lectures 01:06:21
Introduction
00:35
Part1-Installing CentOS-8(RHEL-8) Virtual Machine using Oracle VirtualBox
05:23
Part2-Installing CentOS-8(RHEL-8) Virtual Machine using Oracle VirtualBox
20:27
Setting root password (Interrupting Boot Process)
07:24
Configuring SELinux to enforcing mode
07:02
Introducing Software Repositories in RHEL-8 (CentOS-8)
02:49
Setting Up Local YUM/DNF Repositories
11:21
Configuring System to Use Local YUM/DNF Repositories
11:06
Download PDF File to Practice Tasks
00:14
+ Preparing LAB Setup
6 lectures 30:47
Introduction
00:52
Introducing Services Configured on IPA Server
10:38
Importing IPA Server Appliance
04:11
Verifying Services Configured on IPA Server
13:30
Putting System and IPA Server on Same Internal Network
01:22
Download PDF File to Practice Tasks
00:14
+ Configuring IPA Server (Not Part of RHCSA Exam Objectives)
9 lectures 57:44
Introduction
01:22
Installing DNS,LDAP Services with FREE IPA Server Solution-Part1
06:00
Installing DNS,LDAP Services with FREE IPA Server Solution-Part2
11:58
Configuring Forward and Reverse DNS Zones & Records
13:13
Creating LDAP Users & Home Directories
09:11
Configuring NTP Server to Allow Client(s) to Use Services
02:04
Configuring NFS Server to Export LDAP User's Home Directories
06:18
Configuring SAMBA Share
07:24
Download PDF File to Practice Tasks
00:14
+ Deploy, Configure, and Maintain Systems
12 lectures 01:55:41
Introduction
03:13
Assigning Hostname
05:58
Configuring Ethernet Connection with Static IPv4 Address and DNS IP
26:16
Configuring System to boot in Graphical Target
14:02
Scheduling cron job as root user in Other User's crontab
18:54
Scheduling cron job as Normal User(non-root)
09:21
Scheduling jobs using at command
05:46
Configure Service to Start at System boot
03:30
Configuring System to Use Time Services
13:34
Working With Module Streams-dnf
04:51
Modifying Bootloader (GRUB2) Settings
10:02
Download PDF File to Practice Tasks
00:14
+ Understand and Use Essential Tools
19 lectures 01:58:27
Introduction
01:27
Making SSH Connection to Remote Host
14:17
Securely Copy files Across Hosts Using scp
09:20
Using grep to Match Lines Starting With Pattern(s)
10:28
Using grep for non-matching patterns (Invert-match)
04:18
Using find Command to List Files Owned by User
06:08
Using find Command to Locate File Using Name of File
03:49
Using find to Search Files with extension .txt
03:53
Using find Command to Save all Directories Owned by User
03:42
Using find Command to List all Files & Directories based on UID
02:30
Using tar Command to Archive and Compress Contents of Directory
08:18
Using tar command to Extract the Data from Archive
04:16
Using tar to Archive Contents with gzip Compression
02:42
Decompressing Files using gunzip and bunzip2
03:00
Introducing Filesystem Permissions and Commands
11:55
Setting User & Group Ownership and Configuring Permissions
12:03
Configuring ACLs on File and Directory
10:40
Creating Symbolic Links
05:27
Download PDF File to Practice Tasks
00:14
+ Operate Running Systems and Processes
14 lectures 01:29:11
Introduction
01:02
Adjusting Priority of Process With renice
08:03
Running Job in backgroud with Predefiend nice Value
03:09
Killing Processes Forcefully
03:53
Tuning kernel Parameter vm.swappiness Persistently
11:55
Disabling ipv4 Packet forwarding using sysctl.d
09:13
Introducing tuned & tuned profiles
04:03
tuned Profile Configuration File- tuned.conf
05:29
Walking Through Manual Page for tuned-profiles
11:14
tuned Main Configuration File -tuned-main.conf
08:00
Setting tuned Profile
08:49
Customizing tuned Profile
10:43
Merging Two tuned Profiles
03:24
Download PDF File to Practice Tasks
00:14
+ Managing Users and Groups
18 lectures 02:07:09
Introduction
01:29
Verifying Different Settings of User Account
08:17
Part1. Overriding Default User Settings -useradd
13:43
Part2. Overriding Default User Settings -passwd & chage
11:20
Modifying Defaults in login.defs
08:44
Modifying Defaults in useradd file
02:21
Creating User With Specific UID and Non-interactive Shell
03:59
Creating User with Non-Default Home Directory and Password Aging Controls
11:45
Assigning Supplementary (Secondary) Group with Specific GID to User
06:21
Configuring Password Aging and Account Expiration for User Account
05:07
Setting User Owner and Group Owner on Directory
04:01
Configuring System as IPA Client to Use LDAP Users
08:45
Configuring autofs to Mount Home Directory of LDAP user
10:45
Configuring Autofs to Mount Home Directories of Multiple Users Using Wild Cards
08:14
Deleting User's Account
04:38
Configuring Superuser Access
05:50
Download PDF File to Practice Tasks
00:14
+ Configuring Local Storage & File Systems
16 lectures 02:29:23
Introduction
01:13
Introducing Standard Disk Partitions and Filesystems
04:01
Introducing Logical Volumes
03:35
Creating Extended and Logical Partitions
27:40
Mounting Filesystem with Read Only Permission Through fstab
08:48
Configuring & Adding SWAP to System
08:21
Configuring & Mounting Logical Volume
16:35
Configuring Logical Volume (LVMs) Using Physical Extents of Non-default Size
14:04
Configuring Logical Volume using 100% FREE PE's on Volume Group
09:46
Extending Logical Volume (LVMs) and Resizing Filesystem
06:26
Extending Volume Group Size to extend Logical Volume & Filesystem
10:29
Overriding Existing Filesystem Type
03:54
Configuring Directory for Group Collaboration
14:37
Mounting NFS Share through fstab
09:14
Mounting Samba Share through fstab
10:26
Download PDF File to Practice Tasks
00:14
+ Managing Layered Storage using stratis & Disk compression
9 lectures 59:36
Introduction
01:16
Introducing Stratis Layered Storage and Features
04:08
Creating Stratis Pool and Filesystems
16:05
Extending Stratis Storage Pool adding more Device(s)
03:13
Creating Stratis Filesystems Snapshots
04:47
Renaming Stratis Pool and Filesystem
08:17
Creating VDO Volume With Specific Slab Size
09:30
Mounting VDO Volumes
12:06
Download PDF File to Practice Tasks
00:14