I always find it helpful to review and make notes against the "Objectives" for the Red Hat exams to help guide me on what I should be focusing on. It always works for me where I go through each bullet and breakdown where it is in the student guide/teaching and if I can work through it without note/lab assistance. If so I document where I struggle so I know what to work on. Figured I would share this with the broader community as a tip.
Candidates for the Red Hat Certified Specialist in Linux Diagnostics and Troubleshooting exam should be able to:
Red Hat reserves the right to add, modify, and remove objectives. Such changes will be made public in advance through revisions to this document.
As with all Red Hat performance-based exams, configurations must persist after restart without intervention.
Hey @jxgonzales !
I appreciate your methodology of breaking down each goal and working through it independently without relying on notes or assistance from a laboratory. It's a good approach to assess your understanding and pinpoint areas that require practice.
I would like to emphasize that once you have a solid grasp of the theoretical aspects and the process/flow/root cause troubleshooting methodology, it's crucial to practice these objectives in the labs multiple times, without referring to the solutions. During this practice, identify any steps you may have missed or performed incorrectly. This hands-on learning experience will greatly enhance your proficiency in troubleshooting and help you excel in this training
All the best!