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GL134 – RED HAT ENTERPRISE LINUX SYSTEMS ADMIN II November

November 8 - November 12

Der GL134-Kurs ist so konzipiert, dass er einem identischen Themenkomplex wie der Red Hat® RH134-Kurs abdeckt, mit dem zusätzlichen Vorteil sehr umfangreicher Laborübungen und detailliertem Vortragsmaterial.

Die Themen die in diesem Kurs zusammen mit dem GL124-Kurs behandelt werden, decken die Zertifizierungsanforderungen der Prüfung zum Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) ab.

Zu den behandelten Themen gehören die Automatisierung der Installation mit Kickstart, Aufbau von Command Line Befehlen und Tools auf mittlerem und fortgeschrittenem Niveau, Fehlerbehebung, Konfiguration von Netzwerk-Dateifreigaben, Verbindung mit einem Verzeichnisdienst, Verwaltung erweiterter Sicherheitseinstellungen, Wartungsaufgaben und Kernel-Tuning.

Red Hat® ist ein eingetragenes Warenzeichen von Red Hat.

Voraussetzungen: Kurs GL124 absolviert oder gleichwertige Kenntnisse
Distribution: Centos 8 / Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8
Dauer: 5 Tage
Kosten: 2500.- zuzüglich MwSt

Inhalt

    1. AUTOMATED INSTALLATION WITH KICKSTART
      1. Kickstart
      2. Anaconda: An Overview
      3. Anaconda: Booting the System
      4. Anaconda: Common Boot Options
      5. Anaconda: Loading Anaconda and Packages
      6. Anaconda: Storage Options
      7. Anaconda: Troubleshooting
      LAB TASKS
      1. Linux Installation
      2. Automating Installation with Kickstart
    2. USE REGULAR EXPRESSIONS WITH GREP
      1. Searching Inside Files
      2. The Streaming Editor
      3. Regular Expression Overview
      4. Regular Expression Implementations
      5. Regular Expressions
      6. RE Character Classes
      7. Regex Quantifiers
      8. RE Parenthesis
      LAB TASKS
      1. Pattern Matching with Regular Expressions
      2. Extended Regular Expressions
      3. Using Regular Expressions With sed
    3. CREATE AND EDIT TEXT FILES WITH VIM
      1. Text Editing
      2. vi and Vim
      3. Learning Vim
      4. Basic vi
      5. Intermediate vi
      LAB TASKS
      1. Text Editing with Vim
    4. SCHEDULE FUTURE LINUX TASKS
      1. Automating Tasks
      2. at/batch
      3. cron
      4. The crontab Command
      5. crontab Format
      6. /etc/cron.*/ Directories
      7. Anacron
      8. Systemd Timers
      LAB TASKS
      1. Creating and Managing User Cron Jobs
      2. Adding System cron Jobs
    5. MANAGE PRIORITY OF LINUX PROCESSES
      1. Viewing Processes
      2. Managing Processes
      3. Tuning Process Scheduling
      LAB TASKS
      1. Process Management Basics
    6. CONTROL ACCESS TO FILES WITH ACCESS CONTROL LISTS (ACL)
      1. File and Directory Permissions
      2. File Access Control Lists
      3. Manipulating FACLs
      4. Viewing FACLs
      5. Backing Up FACLs
      LAB TASKS
      1. Using Filesystem ACLs
    7. MANAGE SELINUX SECURITY
      1. SELinux Security Framework
      2. SELinux Modes
      3. SELinux Commands
      4. Choosing an SELinux Policy
      5. SELinux Booleans
      6. Permissive Domains
      7. SELinux Policy Tools
      8. SELinux Troubleshooting
      LAB TASKS
      1. Exploring SELinux Modes
      2. SELinux File Contexts
    8. CONNECT TO NETWORK-DEFINED USERS AND GROUPS
      1. RHEL DS Client Configuration
      2. System Security Services Daemon (SSSD)
      LAB TASKS
      1. Using LDAP for Centralized User Accounts
    9. ADD DISKS, PARTITIONS, AND FILE SYSTEMS TO A LINUX SYSTEM
      1. Partitioning Disks with fdisk & gdisk
      2. Resizing a GPT Partition with gdisk
      3. Partitioning Disks with parted
      4. Non-Interactive Disk Partitioning with sfdisk
      5. Filesystem Creation
      6. Filesystem Maintenance
      7. Managing an XFS Filesystem
      8. Swap
      LAB TASKS
      1. Creating and Managing Filesystems
      2. Hot Adding Swap
    10. MANAGE LOGICAL VOLUME MANAGEMENT (LVM) STORAGE
      1. Logical Volume Management
      2. Implementing LVM
      3. Creating Logical Volumes
      4. Activating LVM VGs
      5. Exporting and Importing a VG
      6. Examining LVM Components
      7. Changing LVM Components
      8. Advanced LVM Overview
      9. Advanced LVM: Components & Object Tags
      10. Advanced LVM: Automated Storage Tiering
      11. Advanced LVM: Thin Provisioning
      12. Advanced LVM: Striping & Mirroring
      13. Advanced LVM: RAID Volumes
      LAB TASKS
      1. Creating and Managing LVM Volumes
    11. ACCESS NETWORKED ATTACHED STORAGE WITH NETWORK FILE SYSTEM (NFS)
      1. File Sharing via NFS
      2. NFSv4+
      3. NFS Clients
      4. NFS
      5. NFS Server Configuration
      LAB TASKS
      1. NFS Server Configuration
    12. ACCESS NETWORKED ATTACHED STORAGE WITH SMB
      1. Accessing Windows/Samba Shares from Linux
      2. AutoFS
      3. AutoFS Configuration
      LAB TASKS
      1. Using autofs
    13. CONTROL AND TROUBLESHOOT THE RED HAT ENTERPRISE LINUX BOOT PROCESS
      1. System Boot Method Overview
      2. systemd System and Service Manager
      3. Modifying systemd services
      4. Systemd Service Sandboxing Features
      5. systemd Targets
      6. Using systemd
      7. Legacy Support for SysV init
      8. Booting Linux on PCs
      9. GRUB 2
      10. GRUB 2 Configuration
      11. The Boot Loader Specification
      12. GRUB 2 Security
      13. Boot Parameters
      14. Initial RAM Filesystem
      15. init
      16. Linux Runlevels Aliases
      17. Systemd local-fs.target and sysinit.target
      18. Systemd basic.target and multi-user.target
      19. Legacy local bootup script support
      20. System Configuration Files
      21. RHEL8 Configuration Utilities
      22. Shutdown and Reboot
      LAB TASKS
      1. Boot Process
      2. Booting directly to a bash shell
      3. GRUB Command Line
      4. Basic GRUB Security
      5. Managing Services With Systemd’s systemctl
      6. Creating a systemd unit file
      7. Troubleshooting Practice: Boot Process
    14. LINUX NETWORK COMMUNICATION WITH FIREWALL
      1. Netfilter: Stateful Packet Filter Firewall
      2. Netfilter Concepts
      3. Using the iptables Command
      4. Netfilter Rule Syntax
      5. Targets
      6. Common match_specs
      7. Extended Packet Matching Modules
      8. Connection Tracking
      9. FirewallD
      LAB TASKS
      1. Securing Services with Netfilter
      2. FirewallD
    15. COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW
      1. System Administration II
      LAB TASKS
      1. Understand And Use Essential Tools
      2. Operate Running Systems
      3. Configure Local Storage and Filesystems
      4. Users, Groups, and File Permissions
      5. Maintenance and Recovery

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