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Old 06-27-2016, 05:30 AM   #1
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RHCSA/RHCE based on RHEL 7.2?


Hi,
Mr. Vugt has released an updated version of his book. One of the changes is it's adapted to RHEL 7.2. When looking at Red Hat official pages, I have managed only to find out the exams are based on RHEL 7, no minor version specification. Do we know the exams are/going to be based on 7.2? Do we know it already happened in history the exams were adjusted accordingly to minor updates of RHEL, e.g. RHEL 6.x > 6.y or the exams where adjusted only accordingly to a major version upgrade, e.g. RHEL X > RHEL Y? I haven't followed the exams evolution in past but if they doesn't reflect minor updates of RHEL, what's the point of adapting the book to 7.2? Thank you.

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Old 06-27-2016, 09:59 PM   #2
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Do we know the exams are/going to be based on 7.2?
No, I don't know but the Testing Site or the Instructor at the college that is administering the Exam should know that.

One thing you might want to do before you go to take the exam: make sure your up to date with the new changes and adjustments that were made and effect RHEL 7.2 before taking the exam.

*I would think that the minor updates would reflect that which is in the documentation/questions given in the exam.* Other wise as you've said; there would be no point in adapting/making revisions to the book.

-::-*It is better to know the new information and details before hand and have it than to not know it and not have it when your sitting there taking the exam.*-::-
 
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Today, I noticed this article. So this pretty much answers my questions.
 
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Today, I noticed this article. So this pretty much answers my questions.
I'd say that good clarification.

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