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LPIC-2 Linux Engineer (201-450) Cert Prep: 4 Filesystem and Devices

The LPIC-2 Linux Engineer certification demonstrates an advanced proficiency with the Linux operating system and the ability to perform real-world maintenance and administrative tasks. The 201-450 exam focuses on measuring and scaling system performance, configuring the Linux bootloader, advanced storage and network configurations, and other system maintenance tasks. This course from ITProTV covers the Filesystem and Devices section of the exam. ITProTV instructors Zach Memos and Don Pezet run through topics like Fstab configuration, swap partitions, systemd mount units, supporting btrfs, and working with encrypted storage.
If you’re looking to sharpen your skills for exam prep, or simply looking to complete tasks more efficiently and make your Linux system run at peak functionality, check out this course.

Note: This course was created by ITProTV. We are pleased to host this training in our library.

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