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Red Hat System Administration II

Go deeper into enterprise Linux administration including file systems and partitioning, logical volumes, SELinux, firewalling and troubleshooting.

Lab Expiration
Thank you for your interest in Red Hat System Administration II. We wanted to make you aware of some upcoming changes to this lab set. This lab set is entering end of life (EOL) and will no longer be for sale or renewal after March 1, 2020. The labs will continue to operate and be supported until September 1, 2020. After this point, the labs will be removed from the NDG Online service and will no longer function.

A new version of Red Hat System Administration II is available here

Lab Details

This course, designed for students who have completed RH124, goes deeper into enterprise Linux administration including file systems and partitioning, logical volumes, SELinux, firewalling and troubleshooting.

Features

  • Requires Red Hat Academy participation
  • Academic verification required
  • Module List

    Labs
    1.4 Practice: Installing a System Using Kickstart
    2.4 Practice: Using grep with Logs
    2.5 Lab: Using Regular Expressions with grep
    3.4 Practice: Basic vim Workflow
    3.6 Practice: Edit a File with vim
    3.7 Lab: Edit a System File with vim
    4.2 Practice: Scheduling One-Time Tasks with at
    4.4 Practice: Scheduling Recurring Jobs with cron
    4.6 Practice: Scheduling System cron Jobs
    4.8 Practice: Managing Temporary Files
    5.4 Practice: Discovering Process Priorities
    5.5 Lab: Managing Priority of Linux Processes
    6.4 Practice: Using ACLs to Grant and Limit Access
    6.5 Lab: Controlling Access to Files with Access Control Lists (ACLs)
    7.4 Practice: Changing SELinux Modes
    7.6 Practice: Changing SELinux Contexts
    7.11 Lab: Managing SELinux Security
    8.2 Practice: Connecting to a Central LDAP and Kerberos Server
    8.3 Lab: Connecting to Network-defined Users and Groups
    9.2 Practice: Adding Partitions, File Systems, and Persistent Mounts
    9.4 Practice: Adding and Enabling Swap Space
    9.5 Lab: Adding Disks, Partitions, and File Systems to a Linux System
    10.4 Practice: Adding a Logical Volume
    10.7 Lab: Managing Logical Volume Management (LVM) Storage
    11.2 Practice: Mounting and Unmounting NFS
    11.4 Practice: Automounting NFS
    11.5 Lab: Accessing Network Storage with Network File System (NFS)
    12.2 Practice: Mounting a SMB File System
    12.3 Lab: Accessing Network Storage with SMB
    13.2 Practice: Selecting a Boot Target
    13.4 Practice: Resetting a Lost root Password
    14.2 Practice: Limiting Network Communication
    14.3 Lab: Limiting Network Communication
    15.2 Lab: Comprehensive Review of System Administration II