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Linux Course Syllabus
Linux RHEL 7
- An Overview of Linux
- Architecture of Linux
- Installing Centos7 Operating System
- System Initialization
- GRUB and File Systems
- GUI and CLI
- What is Bash Shell?
- Commands to get started
- Boot Systems: Manual and Automated
- Package Management
- RPM Package Manager
- RPM Queries and Verification
- Debian Package Commands
- Repositories and Yum Commands
- What is Process Monitoring?
- Parent Processes
- Child Processes
- Starting and monitoring Processes
- Identifying memory intensive projects
System Services, Directories, and User Administration
- Configuring Services
- An Introduction to Directories
- System Documentation
- The Concept of Network Time Protocol
- Understanding SSH: Secure Shell
- Cron and Anacron
- User Administration
- How to add a New User Account?
- How to modify or delete User Accounts?
- How to Switch Accounts?
- Sudo Access and Network Users
- Authentication Configuration
- SUID and SGID
- Set of Permissions
- Understanding Access Control Lists (ACLs)
GNU and UNIX
- Studying Shells in the Environment
- Dots and the PATH
- Understanding Shell Commands
- Data Redirection: Tees, Pipes, Redirection
- Text Stream Management
- Text Filter Commands
- Text Search Commands
- The Stream Editor
- Filesystem FormatFile System
- Filesystem Integrity
- Disk Partitioning
- How to manage Partitions?
- Device Recognition
- CIFS and NFS Network File Systems
- Filesystems and their Types
- How to mount Filesystems?
- How to Unmount Filesystems?
- Swap Files and Partitions
- Mounting NFS Filesystems
- What is NFS Server and NFS Client?
- Understanding Automounter
- Kerberos and NFS Network Shares
- Quota System
- How to set Quota for Users?
- Reporting Quota Status
- Logical Volume Manager (LVM)
- Network Interfaces
- IPv4 Addresses and Configurations
- Dynamic and Static Configuration
- Local and Remote Resolvers
- DNS Connectivity
- DNS Queries
- Troubleshooting DNS Client Issues
Shell Scripting and Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization
- What is Shell Scripting?
- An Overview of Shell Scripting
- What are Shell Variables?
- Environment Variables in the Shell
- Defining Loops
- Studying Arrays
- Kerberos Authentication
- Structured Query Language (SQL) Commands
- What is Virtualization?
- KVM Virtualization
- Installing Virtual Machine
- How to Configure Virtual Machine?
- Understanding Samba (SMB) Service
- Understanding Mail Service (SMTP)
- Linux Virtualization
- Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager
- Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor
- Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Environment Configuration
- Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization for Servers
- Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization for Desktops
- Virtual Machine Templates
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux hosts
- Migrating a Virtual Machine
- Exploring High Availability
Administrative Tasks and System Services
- Local Authentication Files
- User and Group Management
- Regular/One-time User and Administrative Jobs
- Language and Localization
- Time Zones and Localization
- Local Time Management
- Time Server Management
- Understanding System Logs and Commands
- MTA: Mail Transfer Agents
- Mail Management: Commands and Files
Networking and Security
- Studying TCP/IP Ports
- IP Addressing
- Network Configuration Files
- Network Commands
- Status Commands
- Configuration Commands
- Troubleshooting Commands
- DNS Client Management
- Security Features
- Limits of Superuser
- Analyzing Resource Limits
- Password and Port Security
- Security: Service, TCP Wrappers, Super Server
- A Secure Shell Serve
- Authentication Agents and Passphrases
Essentials of Red Hat Clustering and Storage Management
- Cluster Technologies and Storage
- Setting up and Managing iSCSI
- UDEV: Creation and Manipulation of Rules
- Multipathing: SAN Devices, Fault-Tolerant Virtual Device
- Configuring GFS2 File Systems
- Configuring XFS
- Quorum Calculations
- Fencing Configuration
- LVM Commands and Clustered LVM
Red Hat System Administration (RH124)
- Setting up with GNOME Graphical Desktop
- How to Manage file with Nautilus?
- Manage Files from the Command Line
- Understanding Graphical Environment
- Configuring Local Services
- Managing Physical Storage
- Resolve problems with Red Hat support utilities
- Create, view, and edit text files from Command Output or in an Editor
- Manage Local Linux Users and Groups & Administer Local Password Policies
- Managing Local Volumes
- Monitoring System Resource
- Monitor and manage Linux processes
- Monitoring Network Services and System Daemons using system
- Configuring and Securing OpenSSH Service
- Analyzing and Storing Logs
- Locating and Interpreting Log Files for Troubleshooting
- Managing Software Packages from Red Hat and Yum Package Repositories
- Getting Started with Bash
- Textual Environment and Help
- Establishing Network Connectivity
- Securing Linux File Access
- Administering Remote Systems
- Configuring General Services
- Controlling the Boot Process
- Deploying File Sharing Services
- Securing Network Services
Red Hat System Administration (RH134)
- Accessing the Line Command
- Network Configuration
- Simple Partitions and File Systems
- Flexible Storage and LVM
- Network File Sharing Services
- How to Manage User Accounts?
- Network User Accounts with LDAP
- How to manage SELinux Security?
- Connecting to Network-defined Users and Groups
- Configuring Systems for Central Identity Management Services
- Logical Volume Management (LVM) Storage
- Networked Storage with Network File System (NFS)
- Networked Storage with SMB
- Network Communication with Firewall
- Configuring a Basic Fire Wall
- How to Install and Manage Software?
- How to Manage Installed Services?
- How to Analyze and Store Logs?
- How to Maintain Kernel?
- Understanding System Recovery Techniques
- Linux and the Classroom Environment
- How to increase User Security?
- Understanding Bash Scripting and Tools
- Defining GnuPG
- GnuPG and File Security
- Securing Network Traffic
- Centralized and Secure Storage
- SSL Web Services
- Cache DNS Server
- File Sharing using NFS
- File Sharing using CIFS
- File Sharing using FTP
- Troubleshoot and the Boot Process
Preparation for the RHCE Exam
- RHCE Exam Pattern
- Solving question Banks
- Working on new Troubleshooting Scenarios
- Writing Scripts for Use cases
- Mock Tests and Practice Sessions
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