RHEL / CentOS nmcli madness II

While writing, last weeks post became pretty awesome and should be a great, solid basis for your understanding of nmcli and network configuration in general. This week I’ll be getting more into the RHCE part of nmcli: teaming network interfaces for high availability, backup and failover and aggregation. Let’s get started.

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RHEL / CentOS nmcli madness I

RHCSA is in the bag. I took the RHEL 8 exam and passed with a whopping 283 of 300 points. Next up is RHCE 7 (version 8 is completely Ansible related which will come at a later time), which for me is a whole different ballgame. So what about this nmcli madness? Continuing my RHEL…

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ACLs: Linux advanced privileges

Another part of the RHCSA exam is some advanced privileges, mainly reading and setting Access Control Lists (ACLs). Again not too complicated, but its good to have some pointers. Probably more familiar to you are standard POSIX permissions: permissions for the owner of a file, a group and all others. But what when you need…

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