Monthly Archives: December 2016

Merry Christmas!

Several very interesting articles were recently posted by Red Hat employees: Performance Analysis with Performance Co-Pilot by Terry Bowling, Spring Cloud for Microservices Compared to Kubernetes by Bilgin Ibryam, Configuring and Using Persistent Memory in RHEL 7.3 by Jeff Moyer. In addition, after a few

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CentOS 7.3 released.

More than a month after the announcement of RHEL 7.3, it is now time for the release of CentOS 7.3, also called CentOS 7 (1611). In the Releases Notes appear the following major changes: Support for the 7th-generation Core i3,

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Main reasons for failure at the RHCSA exam.

Through this website I get feedback from many people taking Red Hat exams. Hopefully, concerning the RHCSA exam, a lot of them pass it with flying colors but some fail too. So I get a good idea of the reasons why failure

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RHCSA7: Task of the day

Allowed time: 10 minutes.
Create two new user accounts "steve" and "oliver".
Create a group "team". Create a directory "shared".
All files put into the "shared" directory by "steve" or "oliver" should belong to the "team" group and be only visible by them.

RHCE7: Task of the day

Allowed time: 8 minutes.
Set up an iScsi target based on a fileio backstore of 100MB called /opt/shareddata with CHAP authentication (username=usr/password=pwd), xfs filesystem and standard firewall configuration.

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Poll for favorite RHEL 7 book

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Poll for most difficult RHCSA 7 topic

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