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Title:Linux Technical Analyst
ID:01-2021
Department:Support
Location:Houston, TX
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* Are you currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis for any employer?
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* What is the best phone number where you can be reached?
* * Are you located in Houston area? (Yes/No)
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*NIX Analysts Technical Questions(Current)
* Apache
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* NGINX
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* Litespeed
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* MySQL/MariaDB
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* Bind/Named/PowerDNS
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5 (expert)
* Exim/Postfix
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* Redhat/CentOS/AlmaLinux
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* CloudLinux
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* Ubuntu
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* cPanel & WHM
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5 (expert)
* Plesk
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5 (expert)
* Webmin or DirectAdmin
1 (no experience)
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5 (expert)
* Courier/Dovecot
1 (no experience)
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5 (expert)
* Bash Scripting
1 (no experience)
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5 (expert)
* Perl Scripting
1 (no experience)
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5 (expert)
* strace
1 (no experience)
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5 (expert)
* Grep - Awk - Sed - Regex
1 (no experience)
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* PHP Programming
1 (no experience)
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5 (expert)
* Understanding of API's
1 (no experience)
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5 (expert)
* Iptables/firewalld Rules
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* Defect Reporting
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* Hyperscalers
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* Virtualization Software
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* Server Networking
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* Knowledge Management/Documentation/Technical Writing
1 (no experience)
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Linux Proficiency
* How can you identify the currently running kernel version on most Linux operating systems?
Select all that apply.
* How would you create a new file called "file.txt" in the current directory within most Linux operating systems?
Select all that apply.
* What would running the command "pwd" directly after logging in as root do?
Select all that apply.
* What would running the command "df -hl" do?
* Challenge: Write a one-line BASH `for` loop to create 100 user accounts (user1 through user100) using the `useradd` command.