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Exam Detail

Exam Name: LPIC-2 (201)
Vendor Name: LPI
Exam Certification: Certified Linux Engineer
Exam Language: English
Exam Technologies:

Capacity Planning, Map client bandwidth Usage, Network Client Management

Exam Version: V4.5
Exam Topics: Measure Hardware Resource And Network Bandwidth, Identify And Troubleshoot Resource Problems| Measure Cpu Usage, Memory Usage, Disk I/O, Network I/O, Firewalling And Routing Throughput| Estimate Throughput And Identify Bottlenecks In A System Including Networking| Match / Correlate System Symptoms With Likely Problems, Map Client Bandwidth Usage| Monitor Resource Usage To Predict Future Resource Needs/ Observe Growth Rate Of Capacity Usage| Awareness Of Monitoring Solutions Such As Icinga2, Nagios, Collectd, Mrtg And Cacti Use Monitoring And Measurement Tools To Monitor It Infrastructure Usage/ Graph The Trend Of Capacity Usage| Utilize Kernel Components That Are Necessary To Specific Hardware, Hardware Drivers, System Resources And Requirements| Identifying Stable And Development Kernels And Patches, As Well As Using Kernel Modules| Configure A Kernel To Include Or Disable Specific Features Of The Linux Kernel As Necessary| Linux Kernel As Needed, Updating And Noting Changes In A New / Properly Maintain A Linux Filesystem Using System Utilities Manage And/Or Query A 2.6.X, 3.X Or 4.X Kernel And Its Loadable Modules| Identify And Correct Common Boot And Run Time Issues/ Manually Load And Unload Kernel Modules Understand Device Detection And Management Using Udev/ Objective Includes Troubleshooting Udev Rules Use Command-Line Utilities To Get Information About The Currently Running Kernel And Kernel Modules Determine When Modules Can Be Unloaded/ Configure Kernel Options To Support Various Drives Determine What Parameters A Module Accepts/ Tools And Utilities For Handling Swap Partitions And Files Query And Modify The Behaviour Of System Services At Various Targets / Run Levels Objective Includes Interacting With Systemd Targets And Sysv Init Run Levels Properly Manipulate A Linux System During Both The Boot Process And During Recovery Mode Objective Includes Using Both The Init Utility And Init-Related Kernel Options Determine The Cause Of Errors In Loading And Usage Of Bootloaders Properly Configure And Navigate The Standard Linux Filesystem Use Of Uuids For Identifying And Mounting File Systems/ Configure And Implement Software Raid Objective Includes Manipulating Standard Filesystems And Monitoring Smart Devices Configure Automount Filesystems Using Autofs/ Configuring Automount For Network And Device Filesystems Create And Remove Logical Volumes, Volume Groups, And Physical Volumes Configure A Network Device To Be Able To Connect To A Local, Wired Or Wireless, And A Wide-Area Network| Configure A Network Device To Implement Various Network Authentication Schemes| Configuring A Multi-Homed Network Device And Resolving Communication Problems| Candidates Should Be Able To Identify And Correct Common Network Setup Issues

Certification Detail

Certification Name: Certified Linux Engineer
Vendor Name: LPI
Certification Short Name: LPIC 2
Certification Technologies:

Capacity Planning, DNS server configuration, Network Client Management, System Security and Management