Red Hat Certified System Administrator (EX200) Cert Prep: 1 Deploy, Configure, and Manage

Red Hat Certified System Administrator (EX200) Cert Prep: 1 Deploy, Configure, and Manage

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Get prepared to pursue the sought-after Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) certification! This course walks you through the skills addressed in the first half of the RHCSA exam. Instructor Grant McWilliams introduces what you should know about the Red Hat EX200 certification, then explains how to deploy systems, with steps like creating a bootable CentOS8 live USB drive and using kickstart files to automate installs. Next, he explains system config and services, including the Linux boot process, Systemd services, and one-time and recurring user jobs. Grant then goes through essential tools, such as input-output redirection, compressing files and archives, and copying files and directories. Plus, he shows you how to manage the system software.

+ Table of Contents

1 Break into system administration with the Red Hat EX200 certification
2 What you should know
3 About Red Hat certifications

Deploy Systems
4 Create a bootable CentOS 8 live USB drive on Windows
5 Install Enterprise Linux on a physical machine
6 Virtualization on Enterprise Linux
7 Prepare the host for virtualization
8 Install Linux interactively in a guest VM
9 Use kickstart files to automate installs
10 Install Linux unattended in a guest VM
11 Configure VM virtual graphics cards and terminals
12 Managing virtual machines
13 Before you go further VM checklist

System Config and Services
14 Understand the Linux boot process
15 Boot into the emergency target
16 Introduction to systemd services
17 Get systemd service status
18 Manage systemd services
19 Make systemd services persistent
20 Configure networking
21 Configure a system to use network time protocol
22 Manage one-time jobs with AT
23 Manage reccuring user jobs with cron
24 Manage reccuring system jobs with cron
25 Limiting access to AT and cron

Essential Tools
26 Use input-output redirection ( 2 and more)
27 Use grep and regular expressions to analyze text
28 Archive files using tar
29 Compress files and archives
30 Create files and directories
31 Copy files and directories
32 Move files and directories
33 Remove files and directories
34 Create hard and soft links
35 Introduction to vim
36 Editing text with vim
37 Locate read and use system documentation
38 Locate and interpret system log files
39 Reading the system journal

Manage System Software
40 Install from a software repository
41 Linux repository management systems
42 Query with RPM
43 RPM query formatting
44 DNF overview
45 Select DNF packages by name
46 Get info on packages with DNF
47 Get info on package groups
48 Search for packages
49 Install and remove packages
50 Install and remove package groups
51 Manage OS updates
52 Update the kernel
53 Manage kernel modules

54 Next steps