Linux Administration Assessment


Linux Administration Assessment


This test covers a wide range of topics related to Linux administration. Subject areas covered include commands, modules, files, directories, backups, partitions, processes, profiles, networks, and general performance. This assessment is appropriate for candidates with a year or more experience as a Linux Administrator.

Tests for Lotus Notes Administration, OS/2 for Administrators and Act! 2000 for Administrators are also available.


Total Questions 40
Question Types Multiple Choice
Competencies Tested Modules
Tasks Tested Modules
Loaded Modules
Kernel Modules Extension
Load and Check for Dependencies
RPM Command
Display Working Directory
Viewing File Content
Partition for Temporary Data
Append Text
Remote Program Execution
Help Commands
Tail Command
Partitions List
Linux Partition
Setting Up Partitions
Files Search
Network Addresses
Bourne Shell Superset
Special Files
Single User Mode
Finding Files
Directory for Third Party Storage
Bash Profiles
Configuration Files
Create a Directory
Access Mode
775 Permissions
Permission Categories
Interpreting Permissions
Logged In Users
Removing Blanks
Visualized Processes
Kill Command
Remote Device Backup
Scheduling Priority
Memory/Swap Usage
I/O Performance
Print Queue
Pending Jobs
Process Scheduling Command