I failed the exam by second time... on both exams, the container part is killing me...
Manage basic networking: 100%
Understand and use essential tools: 60%
Operate running systems: 50%
Create and configure file systems: 75%
Deploy, configure and maintain systems: 100%
Manage users and groups: 100%
Manage security: 100%
Manage containers: 0%
I practiced a lot with the environment of rh134, also with my own VMs.
Both times I got stuck creating the image from a Contanierfile using the nonroot user.
I was getting an odd error message when the container file ran the build; I mean, that is a straightforward command "podman build -t NAME:TAG DIR" and it was failing with something of cetfs or yum denied... the registries.conf of the user had the right information, but it was not able to download the image to create the container; I did a test during the exam with root and it worked, I was able to do all the steps of the section with root user, but not able to pass the first step with the nonroot user .. for that reason I lost all those points of that sections twice... and into the rh134 course was nothing related to that error.
I have ideas of what was missing (if I missed something) but that consumes a lot of time trying to see fcontext or other things, When in the course and the practices its very straightforward.
Also, Im not sure why on the both test I got the Configure local storage at 75%, I was feeling very confident I did the right things and after reboot the node2 was showing the FSs as required..
Discussing specific questions about the exam violates the non-disclosure agreement (NDA) that you agreed to before you took the exam.
Its on the exam objectives of >> Build a container from a Containerfile", well known part of the exam :
I saw hundreds of similar questions here.. but thanks, your answer was very helpful to understand the issue...