RHCSA and RHCE Certification content in detailed

Are you  trying to learn Linux, If YES you have to start by doing RHCSA and RHCE Certification which certifications designed in such way the basic learners can be turned as Linux Administrators. By completing this two International certifications you will get an decent idea about Linux and its environment. RHCE Certification Guide.

Note: Earning RHCSA and RHCE Certifications may not give you job but having certifications will add more value to your profile. 

This is an course offered by the Red Hat organisation, it is not an objective exam, it is an practical exam which we have to do it practically in exam centre.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Administrator (RHCSA) Course which will cover RH124 and RH134 books. In New version book EX200. RHCSA Exam will be 3.5 Hours and total marks for the exam is 300. Out of 300, pass marks are 210.

Red Hat Certified Engineer Exam is also practical exam and the duration is 3.5 Hours. Total marks 300. Pass marks are 210.

RHCSA and RHCE Certification Content in Detailed – Study Guide

Below table of content which guide you to earn RHCSA and RHCE certification. Follow one by one topic you can complete this within 30Days by your own.

S.NoTopic Description
1Introduction to course outline and certification
2Linux Architecture
3Linux Vs Windows
4Linux Directory Structure
5Installing VMWare work Station
6Configuring virtual Network communication
7Installing Linux Operating system using Installation media (DVD)
8Installing and configuring Lab Main Server / DNS / LDAP / Kerberos, Certificate Authority and 389 Directory Server
9Bash shell features
10Managing files & directories
11Basic Commands ls, cp, mkdir, cat, rm and rmdir
12Getting help from using command line (whatis, whereis, man, help, info, –help and pinfo)
13Editing Viewing of text files using nano
14Linux Directory Structure
15Using visual editor & visual editor modified to edit files
16User Administration Creating, Modifying and Deleting
17Controlling services & daemons
18IPv4 Networking
19Installing and configuring SSH Server & Client
20Listing and managing processes
21Prioritise process
22Analyse & storing logs
23Syslog Server & Client configuration
24Compressing files & directories (tar and zip)
25Copying files & directories to remote servers
26Red Hat Package Manager
27Installing and configuring Local Yellodog Updater, Modified
28Installing and configuring FTP / HTTP Yellowdog Updater, Modified
29Managing network interfaces using nmcli utility
30Searching files and directories
31File & Directory links (Soft Links and Hard Links)
32Managing of physical storage – Creating Standard Partitions
33Creating and Managing Logical Volume Manager
34XFS quota management
35Access Control List (ACL)
36Scheduling of future Linux tasks using at & Crontab
37SeLinux Overview
38SeLinux Policy types, Listing policies and applying policies
39NFS Server and Client configuration
40Firewalld – configuring and managing rules
41Securing the NFS using kerberos
42Adding server as LDAP client
43Setting up LDAP users home directory
44Accessing the network storage using (CIFS) samba
45Samba Multi-user Access
46Using Virtualized systems
47Creating virtual Machines
48Automated installation of Redhat Linux
49Automated Installation using Kick start
50Explaining Linux booting process
51Recovering forgotten root password
52Recovering forgotten root password method-2
53Fixing Partition Errors – using emergency mode
54Managing daemons and services
55MariaDB Installation and Configuration
56Using regular expressions with grep
57Installation & configuration of DHCP Server – reserving IP address
58DNS master server zones installation & configuration
59Installing and Configuring the Web / Httpd/ Apache Server
60Configuring virtual web server
61Making secure web server (https) ssl enabled web server
62WSGI script enabled web server
63Networking IPv6 assigning IPv6 Address
64Time synchronising using NTP server and client
65Configure a system to forward all email to a central mail server
66Install and configure MariaDB
67Backup and restore a database
68Create a simple database schema
69Perform simple SQL queries against a database
70Configure a system as either an iSCSI target or initiator that persistently mounts an iSCSI target
71Use network teaming or bonding to configure aggregated network links between two Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems

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12 Responses

  1. zain says:

    how to create iso file from already installed OS (ubuntu)

  2. Juan Cruz says:

    Hello.! Greetings from Colombia…. Where I can get this course? my email is ingjuancruzg@yahoo.es

  3. Saurabh says:


    some links are not accessible,for example linux vs windows, quota management etc,,

  4. Sunder Singh says:

    Hi Ravi,
    I need tutorial to setup clamav antivirus server and agent on our server to get database updated from clamav server if possible.

    Thank you.

  5. Tech123 says:

    There are some links that are not accessible like there is no link when you hover over cursor

  6. arun says:

    Hi Ankam,

    This is not the right link to install Linux

    Installing Linux Operating system using Installation media (DVD)

  7. harishankarkumar says:

    linux administration course details

  8. Kiran says:

    Hey Ravi,
    What is the validity of these both certificates?

  9. Yuvaraj says:

    Hello ARK,

    Can you provide any PDF(video) materials for studying SUSE or RHEL Cluster.

    it will be useful for me.

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