I'm about to take the RHCSA exam. I'm pretty confident on passing. I have studied for about a year and learned everything I can about Red Hat on this level. Just had a question about the exam. If the exam is only multi-user.target are you allowed to switch to graphical.target? Or if the gui is not installed are you allowed to install it? Just want to make sure I'm not leaving any stone unturned.
Red hat exams are coming with a gui, usually it's desktop machine with virtual machines manager to control the lab and then you open terminal and connect to the lab servers to perform the tasks.
I am about to take this exam, too. I kindly received an email by RH Support communicating the inclusion, starting October 1st this year, of Containers management among the proposed issues.
Despite I am experienced on RHEL, I never worked with Containers, unfortunately.
My exam is scheduled on September, 29. Should I get prepared for questions about this subject?
Could you please suggest any link for appropriate study?
Does it really matter? You should be able to do the work regardless of the target.
In my experience, in redhat exams, they are performance-based exams, the configurations that are requested can be carried out through the command line, the graphical interface or if there is a web interface, which red hat asks repeatedly is that the settings are persistent, so do not hesitate to use desktop or cmdline, of course, you can switch between graphic mode to text and text to graphic. Really the value is in the persistence of the configurations.