RHCE Cert Prep: Advanced Disk Systems and System Backup

RHCE Cert Prep: Advanced Disk Systems and System Backup
RHCE Cert Prep: Advanced Disk Systems and System Backup

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 2h 09m | 230 MB
eLearning | Skill level: Advanced


Study to pass the RHCE-the benchmark certification for Red Hat Enterprise Linux-and master disk systems and system backup techniques for Linux. Computer science instructor and Linux enthusiast Grant McWilliams covers creating and resizing BIOS and GPT partitions, optimizing and repairing EXT and XFS file systems, and reaping the advantages of volume management using LVM. Learn how to increase or shrink existing logical volumes as well as replace physical drives in volume groups. Grant also shows how to create RAID 0 and RAID 5 arrays, and use snapshots to back up and restore a Linux system. He also uses merge snapshots to roll back a system disk image. Plus, learn alternate backup methods with tar, the xz compressor, and dump and restore commands.

Topics include:

  • Create partitions
  • Backing up the partition table
  • Resize partitions
  • Managing LVM volumes
  • Creating LVM rollback and roll-forward snapshots
  • Extending and shrinking LVM volume groups
  • Replacing physical volumes in LVM volume groups
  • Creating Linux file systems
  • Managing swap
  • Creating RAID arrays using LVM
  • Backing up and restoring files and file systems
+ Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Welcome
2 What you should know
3 OS installation
4 Lab setup
5 Install Guest Additions

Manage and Partition Disks
6 List create and delete partitions on MBR and GPT disks
7 Create parititons using Parted
8 Backup the partition table
9 Resize partitions without losing data

Manage Logical Volumes
10 Manage LVM volumes and volume groups
11 Extend existing logical volumes
12 Reduce existing logical volumes
13 Replace a physical volume

Use Logical Volume Snapshots
14 About LVM snapshots
15 Create LVM roll forward snapshots for backups
16 Create LVM rollback snapshots

Manage Linux File Systems
17 Create EXT file systems
18 Migrate EXT3 to EXT4
19 Repair EXT file systems
20 EXT optimizations
21 Create and repair XFS file systems
22 Using System Storage Manager
23 Mount file systems at boot by ID or label

Manage Swap
24 Create additional swap partitions
25 Create temporary swap files
26 Auto-enable swap partitions
27 Change system swapiness

Create RAID arrays
28 MDRAID or DMRAID
29 Create an LVM RAID 1
30 Create an LVM RAID 5

Back Up and Restore
31 Backup and restore an EXT file system
32 Archive files
33 Compress files

Conclusion
34 Next steps


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