Try Free RedHat RHCSA Certification EX200 Dumps Questions

Try Free RedHat RHCSA Certification EX200 Dumps Questions

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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.

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Create a new logical volume according to the following requirements:

The logical volume is named database and belongs to the datastore volume group and has a size of 50 extents.

Logical volumes in the datastore volume group should have an extent size of 16 MB.

Format the new logical volume with a ext3 filesystem.

The logical volume should be automatically mounted under /mnt/database at system boot time.

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/data Directory is shared from the server1.example.com server. Mount the shared directory that:

a. when user try to access, automatically should mount

b. when user doesn't use mounted directory should unmount automatically after 50 seconds.

c. shared directory should mount on /mnt/data on your machine.

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Configure a user account.

Create a user iaruid is 3400. Password is redhat

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Make a swap partition having 100MB. Make Automatically Usable at System Boot Time.

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Create one partitions having size 100MB and mount it on data.

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Create a collaborative directory/home/admins with the following characteristics:

Group ownership of /home/admins is adminuser

The directory should be readable, writable, and accessible to members of adminuser, but not to any other user. (It is understood that root has access to all files and directories on the system.)

Files created in /home/admins automatically have group ownership set to the adminuser group

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Part 1 (on Node1 Server)

Task 2 [Installing and Updating Software Packages]

Configure your system to use this location as a default repository:

http://utility.domain15.example.com/BaseOS

http://utility.domain15.example.com/AppStream

Also configure your GPG key to use this location

http://utility.domain15.example.com/RPM-GPG-KEY-redhat-release

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According the following requirements, configure autofs service and automatically mount to user's home directory in the ldap domain.

- Instructor.example.com (192.168.0.254) has shared /home/guests/ldapuserX home directory to your system by over NFS export, X is your hostname number.

- LdapuserX's home directory is exist in the instructor.example.com: /home/ guests/ldapuserX

- LdapuserX’s home directory must be able to automatically mount to /home/ guests/ldapuserX in your system.

- Home directory have write permissions for the corresponding user.

However, you can log on to the ldapuser1 - ldapuser99 users after verification. But you can only get your corresponding ldapuser users. If your system's hostname is server1.example.com, you can only get ldapuser1's home directory.

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Configure the permissions of /var/tmp/fstab

Copy the file /etc/fstab to /var/tmp/fstab. Configure the permissions of /var/tmp/fstab so that:

the file /var/tmp/fstab is owned by the root user.

the file /var/tmp/fstab belongs to the group root.

the file /var/tmp/fstab should not be executable by anyone.

the user natasha is able to read and write /var/tmp/fstab.

the user harry can neither write nor read /var/tmp/fstab.

all other users (current or future) have the ability to read /var/tmp/fstab.


 

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