Well…I have been posting a lot regarding the Red Hat exam, tutorials, videos, scripts and more, for the past 5-6 months.
Today it was the exam day, and all I can say is, Red Hat is unlike any other Exams I’ve taken before, it requires hands on knowledge, quick thinking and a lot of labbing.
The hardest part is definitely waiting for the email with the results!
This is the 20th and also the last post regarding RHCSA Exam, I really hope I assisted people with my personal follow ups. ;-)
Edit: Today I got the results at 00:00 AM (3 days later), and it looks like a pass :D
I have created another sample of RHCSA exam, but this time with a shell script that intends to “mess up” your system, which should give a nice troubleshooting experience and measure your Linux knowledge in different areas. (Do not sneak peek in the shell script before taking the exam, play fair! :-) )
Follow the instructions in the files, it should be pretty straight forward.
hope this assists some people…it was pure fun creating it to be honest!
Execute the script before taking the exam.
Download the Exam files either in RAR File or TAR File.
I have decided to share an example of an exam I made up from my personal imagination, this exam sample touches several topics from the RHCSA exam such as:
- User Administration
Note: This is only my way of testing myself and does not represent Red Hat’s real hands-on exam.
Get the exam now, either in RAR File or PDF File
In this tutorial I am creating a Volume Group from 2 volumes
1. Created 2 physical volumes with pvcreate, confirmed them with pvscan (PVs are /dev/sdb & /dev/sdc)
2. Added the 2 PVs to a VolumeGroup called New_VG
3. Created a Logical Volume of 10GB Storage under New_VG Volume Group.
4. Formatted the Logical Volume with the ext4 format. (mkfs.ext4)
5. Mounted the Logical Volume to the /new_vol Directory