RHCSA (RedHat 9) Training Certification Course

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RHCSA (RedHat 9) Certification Course Overview

Red Hat incorporates this real-world production experience into training, certification, and consulting services. Professionals trust Red Hat Training and Certification to enhance and prove their skills not only in Linux but also in emerging technologies like OpenStack®, containers, and more. Red Hat’s robust Linux curriculum is the foundation for developing skills related to Red Hat technologies. This curriculum prepares you to adopt Linux by focusing on the key skills and tasks needed to become a full-time Linux administrator, then broadening to enterprise-wide Linux system administration.

RedHat Linux 9 (RHCSA) Syllabus


  • What is Linux?
  • RedHat 9 Installation

  • Accessing the Command Line
  • Accessing the Command Line Using the Desktop
  • Executing Commands Using the Bash Shell

  • Describing Linux File System Hierarchy Concepts
  • Specifying Files by Name
  • Managing Files Using Command-line Tools
  • Making Links between Files
  • Matching File Names with Shell Expansions

  • Reading Manual Pages
  • Reading Info Documentation

  • Redirecting Output to a File or Program
  • Editing Text Files from the Shell Prompt
  • Changing the Shell Environment

  • Describing User and Group Concepts
  • Gaining Superuser Access
  • Managing Local User Accounts
  • Managing Local Group Accounts
  • Managing User Passwords

  • Interpreting Linux File System Permissions
  • Managing File System Permissions from the Command Line
  • Managing Default Permissions and File Access

  • Listing Processes
  • Controlling Jobs
  • Killing Processes
  • Monitoring Process Activity

  • Identifying Automatically Started System Processes
  • Controlling System Services

  • Accessing the Remote Command Line with SSH
  • Configuring SSH Key-based Authentication
  • Customizing OpenSSH Service Configuration

  • Describing System Log Architecture
  • Reviewing Syslog Files
  • Reviewing System Journal Entries
  • Preserving the System Journal
  • Maintaining Accurate Time

  • Describing Networking Concepts
  • Validating Network Configuration
  • Configuring Networking from the Command Line
  • Editing Network Configuration Files
  • Configuring Host Names and Name Resolution

  • Managing Compressed tar Archives
  • Transferring Files between Systems Securely
  • Synchronizing Files between Systems Securely

  • Registering Systems for Red Hat Support
  • Explaining and Investigating RPM Software Packages
  • Installing and Updating Software Packages with Yum
  • Enabling Yum Software Repositories
  • Managing Package Module Streams

  • Identifying File Systems and Devices
  • Mounting and Unmounting File Systems
  • Locating Files on the System

  • Analyzing and Managing Remote Servers
  • Getting Help from Red Hat Customer Portal
  • Detecting and Resolving Issues with Red Hat Insights


  • Writing Simple Bash Scripts
  • Running Commands More Efficiently Using Loops
  • Matching Text in Command Output with Regular Expressions

  • Scheduling a Deferred User Job
  • Scheduling Recurring User Jobs
  • Scheduling Recurring System Jobs
  • Managing Temporary Files

  • Adjusting Tuning Profiles
  • Influencing Process Scheduling

  • Interpreting File ACLs
  • Securing Files with ACLs

  • Changing the SELinux Enforcement Mode
  • Controlling SELinux File Contexts
  • Adjusting SELinux Policy with Booleans
  • Investigating and Resolving SELinux Issues

  • Adding Partitions, File Systems and Persistent Mounts
  • Managing Swap Space

  • Creating Logical Volumes
  • Extending Logical Volumes

  • Managing Layered Storage with Stratis
  • Compressing and Deduplicating Storage with VDO

  • Mounting Network-Attached Storage with NFS
  • Automounting Network-Attached Storage

  • Selecting the Boot Target
  • Resetting the Root Password
  • Repairing File Systems Issues at Boot

  • Managing Server Firewalls
  • Controlling SELinux Port Labelling

  • Installing RedHat Enterprise Linux
  • Automating Installation with Kickstart
  • Installing and Configuring Virtual Machines

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06th February'23 (Current Batch)

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27th March'23 (Upcoming Batch)

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RHCSA Certification Course FAQs

The RHCSA certification is achieved by passing the EX200 Red Hat Certified System Administrator exam.
RHCSA Exam required to perform these tasks – 1. Understand tools for handling files, directories, command-line environments and
2. Operate running systems – booting into different run levels, identifying the processes
3. Configure the local storage using partitions and logical volumes 4. Create and configure file system attributes
5. Configure, deploy and maintain systems – installing software, updating and perform core services
6. Manage users and groups, including usage of a centralized directory for authentication
7. Manage the security – basic firewall and configure SELinux.

Our training courses teach you the fundamentals of each of our technologies, with practical use cases and hands-on labs designed to help you use our products successfully. By certifying those skills, you prove what you know and can do and validate your knowledge to the market or an employer.

Depending on the course or certification, we offer a number of learning styles for you. We conduct classroom, virtual, and on-site training, along with video classroom and online learning formats.

Performance-based testing is testing by doing—that is, by having you perform real-world tasks similar to those you must perform in a job role. All Red Hat certification exams are performance-based tests, giving you the hands-on, practical application you need to demonstrate your skills.

Organizations hiring employees, contractors, and consultants can look to Red Hat certifications as an input into hiring, assignment, promotion, and other management decisions.

You must be 16 or older to take an exam. Most testing sites require government-issued photo identification to verify age and identity.

You will be issued an electronic certificate that will be attached to your results email.

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