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Red Hat System Administration II (RH134)
Contenuti dettagliati del Corso
Improve command line productivity
Run commands more efficiently by using advanced features of the bash shell, shell scripts, and various utilities provided by Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Schedule future tasks
Schedule commands to run in the future, either one time or on a repeating schedule.
Tune system performance
Improve system performance by setting tuning parameters and adjusting scheduling priority of processes.
Control access to files with ACLs
Interpret and set access control lists (ACLs) on files to handle situations requiring complex user and group access permissions.
Manage SELinux security
Protect and manage the security of a server by using SELinux.
Maintain basic storage
Create and manage storage devices, partitions, file systems, and swap spaces from the command line.
Manage logical volumes
Create and manage logical volumes containing file systems and swap spaces from the command line.
Implement advanced storage features
Manage storage using the Stratis local storage management system and use VDO volumes to optimize storage space in use.
Access network-attached storage
Use the NFS protocol to administer network-attached storage.
Control the boot process
Manage the boot process to control services offered and to troubleshoot and repair problems.
Manage network security
Control network connections to services using the system firewall and SELinux rules.
Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Install Red Hat Enterprise Linux on servers and virtual machines.