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RHCE as of today.

Yesterday I took the RH302 Red Hat Certified Engineer Lab Exam and passed it.

I have been certified as a Red Hat Certified Engineer.

Below are my exam results:


The results of your RHCE Certification Exam are reported below.  The
RHCE Certification Exam allows candidates to qualify for the
Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) and Red Hat Certified Technician
(RHCT) certificates.  Please note that the RHCE designation is
understood to both include and supersede the RHCT designation.

RHCE requirements: score of 70 or higher on RHCT components (100 points)
score of 70 or higher on RHCE components (100 points)

RHCT requirement:  score of 70 or higher on RHCT components (100 points)

RHCT components score:                             100.0
RHCE components score:                             100.0

RHCE Certification:                                PASS

Congratulations — you are now certified as a Red Hat Certified

What is a System Administrator?

Let’s begin with a very good description of the term System Administrator.

The following description is taken from the book “UNIX Administration Guide for System V” by Rebecca Thomas and Rik Farrow (Pearson PTR; 2 edition, June 1989)

The system administrator is one of the users of a system, and something more. The administrator wears many hats, as knowledgeable user of UNIX commands, as an operator of system hardware, and as a problem solver. The administrator is also called upon to be an arbitrator in human affairs. A multiuser computer is like a vast imaginary space where many people work and utilize the resources found there. The administrator must be the village elder in this space and settle the disputes that may arise with, hopefully, the wisdom of Solomon.

Very well stated and still valid after 20 years!