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Rishikesh2
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Recently i had given rhcsa 9 exam. I am full confident that i solved every question with proper commands. Still i didnt get the marks of node1. I am frustrated that i still didnt know the reason . Would anyone pls tell me
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Tess
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Nobody on these forums can tell you about the scores on your exam.

You will need to personally contact the certification exam team. 

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Tess
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Most importantly, you will miss all marks for a particular node, if that node fails to reboot properly. At multiple times during the exam, you should reboot your nodes, to make sure that what you've delivered so far still works. 

 

> "i solved every question with proper commands"

There is not one single solution that applies to a task. The only way to verify that you solved it correctly, is to test it yourself. 

So for each task that you performed, did you also perform a test of the functionality, using the names and values that Red Hat gave you? 

For example, if RH ask you to use /dev/sdc to create volume group XXX, with volume YYY of size ZZZ on /mnt/zzz. Did you then do checks like: 

* sudo vgdisplay | grep XXX
* sudo lvdisplay | grep YYYY
* mount | grep "\/mnt\/zzz"
* sudo umount /mnt/zzz
* sudo mount -a
* touch /mnt/zzz/testfile
* sudo reboot
* ... and then repeat the tests above? 

Testing your own work, is just as important as implementing the changes.

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Chetan_Tiwary_
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Hi @Rishikesh2 !

As per the NDA we should refrain from discussing exact exam questions or scenarios. Please reach out to the exam support team in case you need a help with that. 

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Tess
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Nobody on these forums can tell you about the scores on your exam.

You will need to personally contact the certification exam team. 

Rishikesh2
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Ohk thanks a lot. But mam do u know any reason that i solved every question with proper commands. Still i didnt get the marks.... (RHCSA) v9
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Tess
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Most importantly, you will miss all marks for a particular node, if that node fails to reboot properly. At multiple times during the exam, you should reboot your nodes, to make sure that what you've delivered so far still works. 

 

> "i solved every question with proper commands"

There is not one single solution that applies to a task. The only way to verify that you solved it correctly, is to test it yourself. 

So for each task that you performed, did you also perform a test of the functionality, using the names and values that Red Hat gave you? 

For example, if RH ask you to use /dev/sdc to create volume group XXX, with volume YYY of size ZZZ on /mnt/zzz. Did you then do checks like: 

* sudo vgdisplay | grep XXX
* sudo lvdisplay | grep YYYY
* mount | grep "\/mnt\/zzz"
* sudo umount /mnt/zzz
* sudo mount -a
* touch /mnt/zzz/testfile
* sudo reboot
* ... and then repeat the tests above? 

Testing your own work, is just as important as implementing the changes.

Rishikesh2
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ok mam thanks a lot and yes  ....I  had done and checked also, after there bcz of fstab file i had copied the uuid and all the stuffs for persistently mounting .. and rebooted also.. but i had performed mostly topics through root user . i didnt used user for doing these task except container and some minor topics .and last question do we have to perform all the task through root or user ..

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Chetan_Tiwary_
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Hi @Rishikesh2 !

As per the NDA we should refrain from discussing exact exam questions or scenarios. Please reach out to the exam support team in case you need a help with that. 

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