دورة RHCE 7 من ريدهات

شهادات ريدهات يعتبر من اهم الشهادات في مجال الأعمال التجارية، وهذه الدورة سوف تكون الأساسية في تحضيرك للامتحان .
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المواضيع تم شرحها :

 

1 – Configuring External Authentication and Authorization
2 – Understanding Remote Authentication
3 – Understanding Kerberos Basics
4 – Configuring LDAP Authentication with Kerberos Authorization
5 – Using nslcd or sssd as the Authentication Backend Service
6 – Setting Up External Authentication
7 – Configuring Kerberos Authorization
8 – Using an IPA Server or Active Directory
9 – Configuring an iSCSI SAN
10- Comparing SAN Solutions
11- Software Versus Hardware iSCSI SAN
12- iSCSI SAN Architecture
13- iSCSI SAN Terminology
14- Setting Up the iSCSI Target
15- Setting Up the Target with the targetcli Utility
16- Setting Up the iSCSI Initiator
17- Showing iSCSI Discovery Details
18- Making iSCSI Connections Persistent
19- Mounting iSCSI Devices
20- Troubleshooting iSCSI
21- System Performance Reporting
22- Understanding top Performance Data
23- Understanding Load Average
24- CPU Performance Data
25- Understanding Swap Usage
26- Process Memory Usage
27- Customizing top Display
28- Using iostat, vmstat, and pidstat
29- Configuring sar
30- Using sar to Display System Activity Information
31- System Optimization Basics
32- Understanding System Optimization Basics
33- Understanding the /proc File System
34- Using /proc to Analyze Performance
35- Using /proc/sys to Tune Linux Performance
36- Temporarily Changing /proc Settings
37- Using sysctl to Automate System Optimization Parameters
38- Analyzing sysctl Parameters
39- Modifying Kernel Tunables Through sysctl
40- Configuring Advanced Log Features
41- Understanding the Need for Modules
42- Using Modules in rsyslog Configuration
43- Connecting journald to rsyslog
44- Configuring Remote Logging
45- Configuring Remote Logging
46- Configuring Routing and Advanced Networking
47- Configuring Aggregated Network Interfaces
48- Using Bonding
49- Verifying the Status of the Bond Device
50- Verifying the Contents of the bond-slave Configuration File
51- Monitoring the Current State of a Bond Connection Through /proc
52- Using Teaming
53- Configuring Network Teams
54- Creating a Team Interface Command
55- Monitoring the Team Interface Configuration with teamdctl
56- Team Member Device Configuration
57- Configuring IPv6 Addresses
58- Managing IPv6 Address Configurations
59- Troubleshooting IPv6
60- Working with IPv6 Addresses
61- Routing IP Traffic
62- Monitoring the Current Default Route Setting
63- Introduction to Bash Shell Scripting
64- Understanding Shell Scripting Core Elements
65- Writing a Simple Shell Script
66- Using Variables and Input
67- Using Positional Parameters
68- Using Arguments in a Flexible Way
69- Working with Positional Parameters
70- Using Conditional Loops
71- Bash Shell Script Debugging
72- Advanced Firewall Configuration
73- Excluding Iptables Services
74- Creating Firewalld Services
75- Creating a Custom Firewalld Service
76- Configuring Firewalld Rich Rules
78- Using Rich Rules
79- Configuring Network Address Translation
80- Configuring Masquerading
81- Configuring Port Forwarding
82- Managing Advanced Apache Services
83- Revising Apache Basics
84- Revising Apache SELinux-Related Settings
85- Configuring Write Access to the DocumentRoot
86- Enhancing Virtual Server Configuration
87- Configuring TLS Security
88- Configuring Apache for Using TLS Certificates
89- Deploying CGI Applications
90- Using Dynamic Python Content
91- Connecting to Databases
92- Surviving Advanced Apache Topics
93- Configuring Private Directories
94- Configuring DNS
95- Understanding DNS
96- The DNS Hierarchy
97- DNS Terminology
98- Understanding DNS Lookups
99- Understanding Resource Records
100- Setting Up a Cache-Only DNS Server
101- Understanding the Need for DNSSEC
102-Configuring the Unbound Caching Name Server
103-Configuring Trust Anchors
104-Troubleshooting DNS Issues
105- Analyzing DNS Data with dig
106- Analyzing Client Issues
107-Configuring a MariaDB Database
108-MariaDB Base Configuration
109-Running mysql_secure_installation
110- My.cnf Sample Contents
111- Installing MariaDB
112-Performing Simple Database Administration Tasks
113-MariaDB Backup and Restore
114- Creating a Physical MySQL Database Backup
115-Configuring NFS
116-Setting Up the Basic NFSv4 Server
117-Accessing NFS Shares
118-Testing Client Access with showmount
119-Making NFS Mounts Persistent
120-Configuring the Firewall for NFSv4
121-Configuring SELinux for NFSv4
122-Setting Up a Base NFSv4 Server
123- Creating Mounts Through Systemd
124-Configuring NFS Kerberos Authentication
125 -Sample Contents of a Keytab File
126-Configuring a Kerberized NFS Server
127-Understanding NFSv4 SELinux Transparency
128-Enabling NFS SELinux Transparency
129-Configuring Samba File Services
130-Setting Up SMB File Sharing
131-Using Samba Users
132-Configuring a Samba Server
133-Securing Samba
134-Samba-Related SELinux Parameters
135-Configuring Samba Server firewalling and SELinux
136-Setting Up Kerberized Samba Shares
137-Accessing SMB Shares
138-Discovering Samba Shares
139-Mounting Samba Shares
140-Performing a Multiuser Samba Mount
141-Mounting Samba Shares Through automount
142-Setting Up an SMTP Server
143-Understanding Email Basics
144-The Email Transmission Process
145-Mail Server Solutions on RHEL 7
146-Configuring Postfix Parameters
147-Understanding Essential Parameters
148-Configuring Postfix to Relay Mail
149- Changing Postfix Parameters with postconf
150- Configuring a Postfix Null Client Setup
151-Verifying a Working Mail Configuration
152- Troubleshooting Mail Servers
153-Hardening the SSH Server
154-Configuring Alternative Ports
155-Modifying SELinux to Allow for Port Changes
156-Limiting User Access
157-Configuring SSH Security Options
158-Using Other Useful sshd Options
159-Configuring Key-Based Authentication with Passphrases
160- Configuring SSH Tunnels
161- Managing Time Synchronization
162- Understanding the Need for Synchronized Time
163-Setting Up Time Synchronization
164- Understanding NTP
165- Configuring chrony to Synchronize Time
166- Managing and Monitoring Time Synchronization with chronyc
167- chronyc sourcestats
168- Showing Current chronyd Status Information with systemctl
169- Managing Time Synchronization with chrony