Upgrade to Oracle Solaris 11 System Administrator
Question No: 1
You are creating a non-global zone on your system.
Which option assigns a zpool to a non-global zone, and gives the zone administrator permission to create zfs file system in that zpool?
While creating the non-global zone, make the following entry: add device
set match=/dev/rdsk/c4t0d0 end
Boot the zone and log in the zone as root. Create the zpool: zpool create pool2 c4t0d0
In the non-global zone, root can now create ZFS file system in the pool2 zpool
In the global zone, create the zpool: global# zpool create pool2 c4t1d0
While creating the no-global zone, make the following entry: add dataset
set name=pool2 end
set special=pool1 set type=zfspool1 end
Boot the zone, log in the zone as root, and create the zfs file system in the pool2 zpool.
In the global zone, create the zpool: global#zpool create pool2 c4t1d0
While creating the global zone, make the following entry: add dataset
set name=pool2 end
Boot the zone, log in to the zone as root and create the zfs file systems in the pool2 zpool.
In the global zone, create the zpool and the ZFS file systems that you want to use in the non-global zone:
global#zpool create pool2 c4t1d0 global#zfs create pool2/data
While creating the non-global zone, make the following entry for each ZFS file system that you want to make available in the zone:
set special=pool2/data set type=zfs
Create the zpool in the global zone: global#zpool create pool2 c4t1d0
Boot the non-global zone, log in to the zone as root, and issue this command to delegate ZFS permissions to root:
non-global zone# zfs allow root create , destroy, mount pool2
Log in to the non-global zone create ZFS file systems in the pool2 zpool.
Reference: Oracle Solaris ZFS Administration Guide, Adding ZFS File Systems to a Non- Global Zone
Question No: 2
You are using Wireshark or snoop to observe network traffic, by using the observability node /dev/net/bndgeA. The bridge was created with: dladm create-bridge -1 netl -1 net2 bridgeA
The captured packets are those .
sent, prior to VLAN tag modifications
received, after VLAN tag modifications
received, prior to VLAN tag modifications
sent and received, after VLAN tag modifications
Question No: 3
You are going to use the- Automated installer (AI) to install a non global zone named zone1. You have created a custom manifest for the non-global zone and named it zone1manifest
Which command will you use to add this custom manifest to the s11-sparc install service and associate this custom manifest with the non-global zone?
installadm create-profile -n s11-sparc -f /tmp/zone1manifest.xml – c
installadm create-manifest -n s11-sparc -f /tmp/zone1manifest.xml -m
installadm create-client -n s11-sparc -f /tmp/zone1manifest.xml -m zone1manifest -c zonename= “zone1”
installadm create-service – n s11-sparc -f /tmp/zone1manifest.xml -m zone1manifest – c zonename=”zone1″
Explanation: installadm add-manifest
Associates manifests with a specific install service, thus making the manifests available on the network, independently from creating a service. When publishing a non-default manifest, it is required to associate criteria either via criteria entered on the command line (-c) or
via a criteria XML file (-C). Reference: installadm
Question No: 4
The crash dump notification on your server is:
Documentation states that there should be two core files for each crash dump in the
/var/crash directory named vmdump.0
Which command should you choose to display theses two files?
savecore -f vmdump.0
dumpadm -z off
Explanation: Decompress using savecore -f vmdump.0 savecore – save a crash dump of the operating system
-f dumpfile Attempt to save a crash dump from the speci- fied file instead of from the system#39;s
current dump device. This option may be use- ful if the information stored on the dump device has been copied to an on-disk file by means of the dd(1M) command.
Question No: 5
You want to deploy Oracle Solans 11 with the Automated Installer (Al). You need to make sure that your server and network meet the requirements for using Al Choose the three options that describe the requirements for using Al. (Choose three.)
You must set up DHCP. The DHCP server and Al install server can be the same machine or two different machines.
You can create only one manifest per install service. If you need more than one manifest, create multiple install services.
The minimum requirement to operate as an Al install server is 1 GB of memory.
If two client machines have different architectures and need to be installed with the same version of the Oracle Solaris 11 OS( then create two Al manifests and a single install service.
Load the install/installadm package on the Al server.
Question No: 6
Review the zpool information on your server:
You enabled the deduplication properly on the pooH/data file system, yet the information on the pool shows a DEDUP RATIO of 1 00x. Which two options describe why the data duplication ratio on pooM still shows I.OOx and not a higher value? (Choose two.)
Most of the data in the pooM/data file system is not duplicate data.
You have the copies property set to a value of greater than 1 on your ZFS file system.
You have set the dedup property on the ZFS file system, but have not set the dedupratio property on the zpool.
You have set the deduplication property on the ZFS file system, but have not set the dedupratio property on the zpool
You have set the dedup property on the ZFS file system, but have not added any data to the file system since the dedup property was set-
Question No: 7
On SystemA, you are troubleshooting a new installation of a virtual network. Local zones cannot connect with external systems.
View the Exhibit.
Loggea in to zonei orsystenvy you can successruiiy ping i cz.ig.vau ana icz.iq.vaz, Duttnere is no response rrom any systems on tne nyz.ioa.i.x network.
Similarly, logged in to zone2 of SystemA, you can successfully ping 172 16.0 40 and 172 16 0.41, but there is no response from any systems on the 192.168.1.x network.
However, logged in to the global zone of SystemA, you can successfully ping 172.16 0.41 and 172.16.0.42, as well as 192.168.1.21 and 192.168.1.22.
Identify two possible explanations. (Choose two.)
forwarding=on has not been configured for SystemA and SystemB.
forwarding=on has not been configured for the global zone of SystemA.
There are missing entries for SystemA and SystemB in /etc/inet/hosts.
forwarding=on has not been configured for zonel and zone2 of SystemA.
ARP table entries on SystemA and SystemB are incomplete for vnid and vnic2.
SystemB and SystemC require a static route to the 172.16.0.x network via 192.168.1.20.
Question No: 8
Consider the following rule file for use with the Basic Audit Reporting Tool (BART).
CHECK all IGNORE dirmtime
/etc/notices IGNORE contents
IGNORE mtime size contents
You are using BART to detect inappropriate changes to the file system. Identify the two correct statements describing the attributes recorded.
/var/dhcp Attribute: size uid gid mode acl
/etc/hosts Attributes: size uid gid mode acl intime dest
/var/spool/mqueue Attribute: size uid gid mode acl dirmtime
/etc/security/exec_attr Attribute: size uid mode acl mtime devnode
/export/home/kate/.profile Attributes: uid gid mode acl dirmtime
/export/home/rick/.profile Attributes: size uid gid mode acl mtime contents
Explanation: D: According to line /etc/security F: According to line /export/home
Not E: According to line IGNORE dirmtime
Note: In default mode, the bart compare command, as shown in the following example, checks all the files installed on the system, with the exception of modified directory
CHECK all IGNORE dirmtime
Note 2: The Basic Audit Reporting Tool (BART) feature of Oracle Solaris enables you to comprehensively validate systems by performing file-level checks of a system over time. By creating BART manifests, you can easily and reliably gather information about the components of the software stack that is installed on deployed systems.
BART is a useful tool for integrity management on one system or on a network of systems.
Reference: Oracle Solaris Administration: Security Services, BART Manifests, Rules Files, and Reports (Reference)
Question No: 9
Which two accurately describe the Image Packaging System (IPS) components? (Choose two.)
Every package is represented by an FMRI, consisting of a publisher, a name, and a version, with the scheme.
Every package is represented by a manifest, consisting of a publisher, a name, and a version, with the scheme.
A publisher is an entity that develops and constructs packages.
a repository is an entity that publishes and provides access to packages.
Question No: 10
You are setting up a local IPS package repository on your Oracle Solaris 11 server; solans example.com
You want to point the existing local IPS publisher to the new local IPS repository located in
/repo. These are the steps that you have followed:
1 Download and rsync the contents of the Oracle Solaris 11 repository ISO image to the
Configure the repository server service properties. The svcprop command displays the IPS-related properties:
pkg/inst_root astnng /repo pkg/readonly boolean true
The Is command displays the contents of the /repo directory:
pkg5 repository publisher
The svcs command shows the svc:/application/pkg/server:default service is online. The pkg publisher command still displays:
Which step needs to be performed to set the local IPS publisher to the local IPS repository
issue the pkgrepo refresh -s command to refresh the repository.
Restart the svc:/application/pkg/server:default service.
issue the pkg set-publisher command to set the new repository location.
issue the pkgrepo rebuild command to rebuild the repository.
issue the pkgrepo set command to set the new repository location-
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