Red Hat Certified System Administrator–RHCSA v6.0 (EX200)

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Configure your Host Name, IP Address, Gateway and DNS.
Host name:

IP Address: -

Gateway172.24.40.1 -

DNS: -

Answer : # cd /etc/syscofig/network-scripts/ # ls # vim ifcfg-eth0 (Configure IP Address, Gateway and DNS) IPADDR= GATEWAY= DNS1= # vim /etc/sysconfig/network (Configure Host Name) HOSTNAME= OR System->Preference->Network Connections (Configure IP Address, Gateway and DNS) Vim /etc/sysconfig/network (Configure Host Name)

Add 3 users: harry, natasha, tom.
The requirements: The Additional group of the two users: harry, Natasha is the admin group. The user: tom's login shell should be non-interactive.

Answer : # useradd -G admin harry # useradd -G admin natasha # useradd -s /sbin/nologin tom # id harry;id Natasha (Show additional group) # cat /etc/passwd (Show the login shell) OR # system-config-users

Create a catalog under /home named admins. Its respective group is requested to be the admin group. The group users could read and write, while other users are not allowed to access it. The files created by users from the same group should also be the admin group.

Answer : # cd /home/ # mkdir admins / # chown .admin admins/ # chmod 770 admins/ # chmod g+s admins/

Configure a task: plan to run echo hello command at 14:23 every day.

Answer : # which echo # crontab -e 23 14 * * * /bin/echo hello # crontab -l (Verify)

Find the files owned by harry, and copy it to catalog: /opt/dir

Answer : # cd /opt/ # mkdir dir # find / -user harry -exec cp -rfp {} /opt/dir/ \;

Find the rows that contain abcde from file /etc/testfile, and write it to the file/tmp/testfile, and the sequence is requested as the same as /etc/testfile.

Answer : # cat /etc/testfile | while read line; do echo $line | grep abcde | tee -a /tmp/testfile done OR grep `abcde' /etc/testfile > /tmp/testfile

Create a 2G swap partition which take effect automatically at boot-start, and it should not affect the original swap partition.

Answer : # fdisk /dev/sda p (check Partition table) n press e to create extended partition, press p to create the main partition, and theextended partition is further divided into logical partitions) Enter +2G t l W partx -a /dev/sda partprobe mkswap /dev/sda8 Copy UUID swapon -a vim /etc/fstab UUID=XXXXX swap swap defaults 0 0 (swapon -s)

Create a user named alex, and the user id should be 1234, and the password should be alex111.

Answer : # useradd -u 1234 alex # passwd alex alex111 alex111 OR echo alex111|passwd -stdin alex

Install a FTP server, and request to anonymous download from /var/ftp/pub catalog. (it needs you to configure yum direct to the already existing file server. )

Answer : # cd /etc/yum.repos.d # vim local.repo [local] name=local.repo ///mnt enabled=1 gpgcheck=0 # yum makecache # yum install -y vsftpd # service vsftpd restart # chkconfig vsftpd on # chkconfig --list vsftpd # vim /etc/vsftpd/vsftpd.conf anonymous_enable=YES

Configure a HTTP server, which can be accessed through
Please download the released page from http://ip/dir/example.html.

Answer : # yum install -y httpd # chkconfig httpd on # cd /var/www/html //ip/dir/example.html # cp index.html # vim /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf 80 80> DocumentRoot /var/www/html/ ServerName </VirtualHost>

Configure the verification mode of your host account and the password as LDAP. And it can ldapuser40. The password is set as "password". And the certificate login successfully through can be downloaded from http://ip/dir/ldap.crt. After the user logs on , the user has no host directory unless you configure the autofs in the following questions.

Answer : system-config-authentication ldap// (In domain form, not write IP) OR # yum groupinstall directory-client (1.krb5-workstation 2.pam-krb5 3.sssd) # system-config-authentication LDAP dc=example,dc=com // (In domain form, not write IP) 4.Download CA Certificate LDAP password 6.Apply getent passwd ldapuser40

Configure autofs to make sure after login successfully, it has the home directory autofs, which is shared as /rhome/ldapuser40 at the ip: and it also requires that, other ldap users can use the home directory normally.

Answer : # chkconfig autofs on # cd /etc/ # vim /etc/auto.master /rhome /etc/auto.ldap # cp auto.misc auto.ldap # vim auto.ladp /rhome/ldapuser40 /rhome/& # service autofs stop # server autofs start # showmount -e # su - ladpuser40

Configure the system synchronous as

Answer : System-->Administration-->Date & Time OR # system-config-date

Change the logical volume capacity named vo from 190M to 300M. and the size of the floating range should set between 280 and 320. (This logical volume has been mounted in advance.)

Answer : # vgdisplay (Check the capacity of vg, if the capacity is not enough, need to create pv , vgextend , lvextend) # lvdisplay (Check lv) # lvextend -L +110M /dev/vg2/lv2 # resize2fs /dev/vg2/lv2 mount -a (Verify) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (Decrease lvm) # umount /media # fsck -f /dev/vg2/lv2 # resize2fs -f /dev/vg2/lv2 100M # lvreduce -L 100M /dev/vg2/lv2 # mount -a # lvdisplay (Verify) OR # e2fsck -f /dev/vg1/lvm02 # resize2fs -f /dev/vg1/lvm02 # mount /dev/vg1/lvm01 /mnt # lvreduce -L 1G -n /dev/vg1/lvm02 # lvdisplay (Verify)

Create a volume group, and set 16M as a extends. And divided a volume group containing
50 extends on volume group lv, make it as ext4 file system, and mounted automatically under /mnt/data.

Answer : # pvcreate /dev/sda7 /dev/sda8 # vgcreate -s 16M vg1 /dev/sda7 /dev/sda8 # lvcreate -l 50 -n lvm02 # mkfs.ext4 /dev/vg1/lvm02 # blkid /dev/vg1/lv1 # vim /etc/fstab # mkdir -p /mnt/data UUID=xxxxxxxx /mnt/data ext4 defaults 0 0 # vim /etc/fstab # mount -a # mount (Verify)

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