Sometimes Linux just doesn’t do what it needs to be doing and the only solution is to troubleshoot the issues. In this course, you’ll learn how to analyze Linux and how to troubleshoot different types of problems. This course provides a complete overview of all that is needed to troubleshoot Linux servers and desktops from a practical perspective; and as the best way to learn is by doing, you will also get access to lab scenarios that use unique scripts that implement a specific problem on your test environment, so you can get experience fixing it yourself. The course starts with a generic introduction to analyzing Linux and the tools that are provided to do so. Next, it will discuss different parts of the Linux operating system and troubles that might occur in that specific area. As such, it will be very useful to users of any Linux distributions, as well as users preparing for the Red Hat Certified Architect (RHCA) datacenter certification.
For those who are preparing for Red Hat Exam 342, this course provides knowledge for the key concepts on the test along with a sample exam for you to test your skills.
- Scripts so you can troubleshoot the scenarios in the course
- A scenario-based practice exam to help you prepare for the Red Hat exam.
- Troubleshooting Basics
- Systems Monitoring
- Troubleshooting Boot Issues
- Managing Hardware Issues
- Managing Storage Issues
- Troubleshooting Networking
- Managing Software Issues
- Managing Application Issues
- Managing Security Issues
- Troubleshooting Kernel Issues
- Fixing Performance Problems
- Sample Exam
- Intermediate-to-experienced Linux administrators; have Linux knowledge at the level of Red Hat RHCSA, Linux Foundation LFCS, Linux +, or LPIC 1.
Learn How To
- Analyze Linux
- How to troubleshoot different types of problems in Linux
- How to troubleshoot boot and hardware-related issues
- How to troubleshoot software-related issues
- How to troubleshoot kernel-related issues
- Approach the Red Hat Ex342
Who Should Take This Course
- The target audience for this course consists of IT Staff that needs to troubleshoot Linux systems. A secondary audience consists of candidates for the Red Hat Certified Architect Troubleshooting exam (exam 342). This course will also be a perfect fit for a Red Hat Certified Architect learning path, together with my OpenStack Certification, Linux High Availability, Linux Performance, and Linux Security video courses.
- Have Linux knowledge at the level of Red Hat RHCSA, Linux Foundation LFCS, Linux +, or LPIC 1.