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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Runlevels

When I first encountered Linux about 20 years ago, I know I was intrigued about the existence of runlevels. A runlevel is the state in which the operating system operates or can operate (most notably, with a GUI or without one). I’m talking RHEL and CentOS in this post, since different distributions have different runlevels….

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