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[New Version Oct 2021] Certleader Red Hat EX200 Exam Dumps[Q13-Q24]

Q1. CORRECT TEXT Configure a task: plan to run echo hello command at 14:23 every day. View AnswerAnswer: # which echo # crontab -e 23 14 * * * /bin/echo hello # crontab -l (Verify) Q2. CORRECT TEXT Upgrading the kernel as 2.6.36.7.1, and configure the system to Start the default kernel, keep the old kernel available. View AnswerAnswer: # cat /etc/grub.conf # cd /boot # lftp it # get


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Q1. CORRECT TEXT Configure a HTTP server, which can be accessed through http://station.domain40.example.com. Please download the released page from http://ip/dir/example.html. View AnswerAnswer: # yum install -y httpd # chkconfig httpd on # cd /var/www/html # wget http://ip/dir/example.html # cp example.com index.html # vim /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf NameVirtualHost 192.168.0.254:80 &l


[New Version Jun 2021] Certleader Red Hat EX200 Exam Dumps[Q13-Q24]

Q1. CORRECT TEXT Configure a task: plan to run echo hello command at 14:23 every day. View AnswerAnswer: # which echo # crontab -e 23 14 * * * /bin/echo hello # crontab -l (Verify) Q2. CORRECT TEXT Create a volume group, and set 16M as a extends. And divided a volume group containing 50 extends on volume group lv, make it as ext4 file system, and mounted automatically under /mnt/data. V


[New Version Jun 2021] Certleader Red Hat EX200 Exam Dumps[Q1-Q12]

Q1. CORRECT TEXT Change the logical volume capacity named vo from 190M to 300M. and the size of the floating range should set between 280 and 320. (This logical volume has been mounted in advance.) View AnswerAnswer: # vgdisplay (Check the capacity of vg, if the capacity is not enough, need to create pv , vgextend , lvextend) # lvdisplay (Check lv) # lvextend -L +110M /dev/vg2/lv2 # resize