Sample Question of RHCSA (EX200) --- 5

QUESTION NO – 1
Use radiowits as your login password as root user. Your station ID is 2. Your machine will be a member of the domain2.example.com. All systems in the domain2.example.com domain are in 172.24.2.0/255.255.255.0 subnet and all systems in that subnet are in domain2.example.com. Configure your network with static requirements. Use terminal for any kind of command executes.
Hostname = station.domain2.example.com
IP Address = 172.24.2.20
Subnet Mask = 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway = 172.24.2.254
DNS Server = 172.24.2.250


QUESTION NO – 2: Testing Network Configuration
     - Ping your own IP address successfully
     - Ping your default gateway address successfully
     - Ping your nameserver address successfully
     - Digonose your nameserver
     - Ping your own host using hostname
     - Ping your nameserver using hostname
     - Ping your default gateway system using hostname


QUESTION NO – 3: YUM Configuration
Install rpm on the examination system using the following source for the Installation media: NFS        host.domain2.example.com:/var/ftp/pub/Packages

Once your system is installed, the distribution is available via YUM:
YUM ftp://host.domain2.example.com/pub/rhel6        /dvd/Packages


QUESTION NO – 4: Resizing Logical Volume
Resize the logical volume vo into 250M from the current size and mount the logical volume to a mount point /vol.
The extended partition size must be within approximately 230MB to 270MB and useable.


QUESTION NO – 5: Swap Partitioning
Create a 100MB partition which will be formated with swap file system and added after next boot. 


QUESTION NO – 6: Updating Kernel
Install the appropriate kernel update from ftp://host.domain2.example.com/pub/update. The following criteria must also be met:

       (1) The updated kernel will be the default kernel when the system is rebooted
       (2) The original kernel will be available and bootable on the system.


QUESTION NO – 7: Basic Partitioning & Mounting
Create a 100MB new partition and should be mounted under /next as ext4 type.


QUESTION NO – 8: Directory Sharing through NFS
The machine must export /shared to the domain2.example.com network. Test the below command to check the exported share for local host.


                                                                                                       

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