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Post Training Assistance
- Installing/Configuring a Pacemaker-based high availability cluster.
- Creating/Managing highly available services.
- Troubleshooting common cluster issues.
- Working with shared storage (iSCSI) and configuring multipathing.
- Implementing Logical Volume Manager (LVM) in cluster-aware configurations.
- Configuring GFS2 file systems on storage shared by multiple nodes.
- Senior Linux System Administrators involved in using high-availability clustering and fault-tolerant shared storage technologies for maximizing the resiliency of production services.
- Individuals who wish to complete the Red Hat Specialist in High Availability Clustering certification.
- Attend RH124 Red Hat System Administration I + RH134 Red Hat System Administration II + RH294 Red Hat Enterprise Linux Automation with Ansible training for passing EX200 and EX294 exams.
About the Exam
Skills Tested: Implementing High-availability Services on
Red Hat Enterprise Linux using the Red Hat
Enterprise Linux High Availability Add-on.
Certification Awarded: The Red Hat Specialist in High Availability Clustering.
Exam Format: Performance-based Evaluation.
Duration: 3 Hours.
Cost: $400 (Region-specific).
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- Experienced Subject Matter Experts
- Approved and Quality Ensured training Material
- 24*7 learner assistance and support
- Creating a basic high availability cluster.
- Managing node membership in the cluster and explaining how it impacts cluster operation
- Isolating unresponsive cluster nodes for protecting data and recovering services/resources after a failure.
- Creating basic resources and resource groups for providing highly available services.
- Identifying, diagnosing, and fixing cluster issues.
- Deploying a new high availability cluster and cluster resources utilizing Ansible automation.
- Operating two-node clusters while identifying/avoiding issues specific to a two-node cluster configuration.
- Configuring iSCSI initiators on your servers for accessing block-based storage devices provided by network storage arrays or Ceph storage clusters.
- Configuring resilient access to storage devices with multiple access paths.
- Selecting, configuring, and managing the correct LVM configuration for use in your cluster.
- Utilizing the GFS2 cluster file system for simultaneously providing tightly coupled shared storage that multiple nodes can access.
- Identifying/Eliminating single points of failure in your cluster for decreasing risk and increasing average service availability.
It enhances the reliability, availability, and resiliency of your mission-critical services, reduces downtime, and leads to easier hardware maintenance.
It adds to your abilities for improving application uptime by using high availability clustering, managing storage in a high availability environment, and implementing strategies to identify/eliminate single points of failure in high availability clusters.
Yes, on Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 8.3.
The Red Hat RH436 course strongly emphasizes lab-based activities
Skills for performing the following tasks:
Configuring a high-availability cluster.
• Installing high availability clustering.
• Installing/Configuring a high availability cluster either manually or using Ansible.
• Configuring cluster quorum options.
Configuring cluster fencing.
• Configuring standard fence mechanisms like fence_ipmilan.
• Testing fencing configurations using standard tools.
• Configuring fencing so that any cluster member can fence other cluster members.
Configuring cluster logging and monitoring.
• Configuring cluster logging so that each node system activity is logged to a separate file.
• Configuring cluster logging so that logging messages will be forwarded to journald.
Configuring cluster monitoring.
• Creating/Configuring a cluster monitoring resource.
• Logging cluster events and sending notification emails to a specific address.
• Configuring cluster alerts.
Configuring a clustered fail-over service.
• Creating/Configuring a cluster highly available service.
• Configuring a specific resource group.
• Configuring services to use shared storage.
• Configuring services to use a specific IP.
Configuring cluster service behavior.
• Restricting where services run.
• Configuring service failover behavior.
• Configuring an iSCSI initiator.
• Creating/Configuring shared storage using provided iSCSI volumes.
• Configuring multipath access to shared storage.
• Configuring shared LVM devices.
• Configuring highly available LVM devices.
Configuring GFS2 filesystems.
• Creating GFS2 filesystems on logical volumes.
• Configuring GFS filesystems to be shared between multiple nodes simultaneously.
• Managing GFS2 filesystems.
• Adding journals to existing GFS2 filesystems.
Growing a GFS2 filesystem.
No, the EX436 Red Hat accreditation exam consists of only one section
Approx. 3 hours
Yes, achieving the Specialist in High Availability Clustering accreditation also allows you to apply it towards earning the Red Hat Certified Architect credential.
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