Appendix A. LPIC Level 2 Objectives

These are the LPIC Level 2 objectives, version 4.5.0, valid from February 13th, 2017.

Table A.1. LPIC Level 200 - 206 Objectives And Their Relative Weight

LPIC Level 2 Exam 20160
200Capacity Planning 
200.1Measure and Troubleshoot Resource Usage6
200.2Predict Future Resource Needs2
201Linux Kernel 
201.1Kernel components2
201.2Compiling a kernel3
201.3Kernel runtime management and troubleshooting4
202System Startup 
202.1Customising system startup3
202.2System recovery4
202.3Alternate Bootloaders2
203Filesystem and Devices 
203.1Operating the Linux filesystem4
203.2Maintaining a Linux filesystem3
203.3Creating and configuring filesystem options2
204Advanced Storage Device Administration 
204.1Configuring RAID3
204.2Adjusting Storage Device Access2
204.3Logical Volume Manager3
205Network Configuration 
205.1Basic networking configuration3
205.2Advanced Network Configuration and Troubleshooting4
205.3Troubleshooting Network Issues4
206System Maintenance 
206.1Make and install programs from source2
206.2Backup operations3
206.3Notify users on system-related issues1

Table A.2. LPIC Level 207 - 212 Objectives And Their Relative Weight

LPIC Level 2 Exam 20260
207Domain Name Server 
207.1Basic DNS server configuration3
207.2Create and maintain DNS zones3
207.3Securing a DNS server2
208Web Services 
208.1Implementing a web server4
208.2Apache configuration for HTTPS3
208.3Implementing a proxy server2
208.4Implementing Nginx as a web server2
209File Sharing 
209.1Samba Server Configuration5
209.2NFS Server Configuration2
210Network Client Management 
210.1DHCP configuration2
210.2PAM authentication3
210.3LDAP client usage2
210.4Configuring an OpenLDAP server4
211E-Mail Services 
211.1Using e-mail servers4
211.2Managing Local E-Mail Delivery2
211.3Managing Remote E-Mail Delivery2
212System Security 
212.1Configuring a router3
212.2Securing FTP servers2
212.3Secure shell (SSH)4
212.4Security tasks3

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