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  • SubGenre:Operating Systems / Linux
  • Language:English
  • Pages:640
  • eBook ISBN:9781467565288

Red Hat Certified System Administrator & Engineer

Training Guide and a Quick Deskside Reference

by Asghar Ghori

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* Detailed coverage of ALL official exam objectives * Includes 100+ hands-on exercises, 550+ exam review questions, 70+ practice labs, and 2 full practice sample exams * Proven in-class training resource
* Detailed coverage of ALL official exam objectives * Includes 100+ hands-on exercises, 550+ exam review questions, 70+ practice labs, and 2 full practice sample exams * Proven in-class training resource This book is based on Red Hat® Enterprise Linux 6 and it provides preparatory material for the RHCSA (EX200) and the RHCE (EX300) exams. This book is divided into two sections based on the RHCSA and RHCE exam objectives. It includes 21 chapters and is structured to facilitate readers to grasp concepts, understand implementation procedures, and learn commands, tools, configuration files, log files, and service daemons involved. The RHCSA section (chapters 1 to 13) covers all the topics required to prepare for the RHCSA exam. Information presented includes general Linux concepts, basic commands, archiving, compression, file manipulation, file security, text editors, shell features, awk programming, hardware management, local installation, package administration, virtualization, network installation, automated installation, boot procedures, kernel management, user & group administration, disk partitioning, file system & swap management, basic firewall, SELinux, TCP Wrappers, basic networking, network interfaces, and DNS, DHCP, and LDAP client configuration. The RHCE Section (chapters 14 to 21) covers all the topics required to prepare for the RHCE exam. Information presented includes automating with scripting, building an rpm package, resource utilization reporting, network logging, advanced firewall, iSCSI, DNS server, Kerberos, routing, Internet services, kernel parameters, NTP client, email, NFS, Samba, FTP, Apache web server, and secure shell server.
About the author
Currently working as a consultant, Asghar Ghori has been in the IT industry for 22 years. He started his career as a UNIX support engineer working with SCO UNIX and SCO XENIX, visiting customers and providing UNIX technical support services. He has worked with several flavors of the UNIX operating system including HP-UX, Oracle Solaris, and IBM AIX, as well as Red Hat Enterprise Linux and a few other Linux distributions. He has worked in support and administration, and as technical lead, solution design lead, and consultant serving business and government customers. In addition, he has architected and deployed solutions involving clustered servers and tiered storage that span data centers around the world. Asghar has been involved in planning, developing, and executing disaster recovery procedures for many enterprises. Asghar holds a BS in Engineering, and has delivered and attended numerous training programs. He has been delivering courses on UNIX & Linux for the past eleven years at local colleges in Toronto, Canada. He is Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA), HP Certified Systems Administrator, HP Certified Systems Engineer, SUN Certified System Administrator (SCSA), IBM Certified Specialist for AIX, Certified Novell Engineer (CNE), and holds the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification designation.
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