What is LPIC-3
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The LPIC-3 development is the continuation of the LPIC programme as described here. Where LPIC-1 and LPIC-2 were designed to certify junior and intermediate level administration skills, LPIC-3 is a more focused and high-level extension of this certification series.
The Minimally Qualified Candidate
This is a description of a Linux professional that is just barely qualified to pass the LPI Level 3 Linux exams. This hypothetical person is called the Minimally Qualified Candidate (MQC). Standards on the Level 3 exams should be set so that this person (and anyone more able) would pass but anyone less able would not pass.
An LPI certified Level 3 Linux professional (designated LPIC-3) should have the technical capability to perform system administration at the enterprise level. A LPIC-3 should be able to understand, plan roll-outs, install, configure, maintain and troubleshoot the technologies being tested. These technologies differ for each exam but the level of ability is at an enterprise level.
The LPIC-3 MQC typically (Yes, some of these bullets are specific to the first two exams):
* Has installed and maintained Linux on a number of computers for various purposes for a number of years.
* Has integration experience with diverse technologies and operating systems.
* Has professional experience as, or training for, an enterprise level Linux professional. (Including having experience as a part of another role.)
* Is comfortable with advanced and enterprise levels of Linux administration including installation, management, security, troubleshooting and maintenance.
* Is able to use opensource tools to measure capacity planning and troubleshooting resource problems.
* Has professional experience using Samba to integrate file and print services with Windows, including user management, domain control, security and performance tuning.
* Has professional experience using LDAP to integrate with Unix services and Windows services, including Samba, PAM, email, Active Directory.
* Is able to plan, architecture, design, build and implement a full environment using Samba and LDAP as well as measure the capacity planning and security of the services.
* Is able create scripts in Bash or Perl or has knowledge of at least one system programming language (such as C).
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