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Today i attended RHCSA exam. i created swap partition without toggle the partition.
and mkswap /dev/sda11 and swapon /dev/sda11
it worked , fstab edited. and even after reboot, it was ok. i can see in the outpout of swapon -s two partitions with newly added one i.e /dev/sda11 do you think it was ok or i am supposed to toggle the partition and set it to swap flag.
2) second question was searh a string say country in a file and copy all occurences in a new file? (this i was unable to do)
you answered a post before someone wrote it, and when someone did, they quoted you replying to them ...? my head hurts!
Whilst sternones comments aren't worded terribly tactfully, I do generally agree that the exams are far too simple for a professional qualification that wants to be respected. I got 97% on my RHCE with zero effort, and I originally hoped to scrape through. I put that down to easy questions, not my skill.
Last edited by acid_kewpie; 03-23-2012 at 02:08 PM.
I have never put stock in a 'certification', for the same reason. Every exam like that I've taken, I've done with little or no prep work, and passed by a LARGE margin like you, acid_kewpie. Can't tell you how many outsourcing firms I've been contacted by, who boast that ALL of their people have 'certifications'...if they manage to get in the door, my interviewing process of their employees before they start work is, to put it mildly, intense. If they can't answer questions like the ones above, it's over before they start.