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Oracle Solaris 10 System Administrator Certified Professional Exam, Part IVersion 7.0

Question No: 141 – (Topic 3)

You have setup the following ZFS file systems:

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You want to limit the amount of disk space that the /data/pool/web file system can consume. Which command would set the limit for the /data/pool/web file system so that it would consume no more than 2GB of disk space?

  1. zfs set quota=2G datapool/web

  2. set zfs quota 2G datapool/web

  3. quota datapool/web 2G

  4. zfs set quota -2G datapool/web

Answer: A

Question No: 142 – (Topic 3)

A full backup of the file system mounted on /export/home has been created. As root, an interactive restore of the /export/home/usercb/.profile file with the /var/tmp directory as the current working directory is being performed. The end of the restore asks quot;set owner/mode for #39;.#39;? [yn]quot;, and answer y is selected to set the modes accordingly. Which statement describes the effect?

  1. The owner and mode of /var/tmp are set equal to the owner and mode of /export/home before the backup (as stored on tape).

  2. The owner and mode of /export/home stored on the backup tape are updated with the current owner and mode values of /export/home.

  3. The owner and mode of /export/home are set equal to the owner and mode of

    /export/home before the backup (as stored on tape).

  4. The owner and mode of /var/tmp/usercb are set equal to the current owner and mode of


Answer: A

Question No: 143 – (Topic 3)

A corrupted file system is now repaired and back in use. Some, but not all of the files within the file systems have been deleted. The only backup of this file system is a month-old tar archive. This archive will need to be restored as root. Which two statements correctly describe the effects of the restore operation? (Choose two.)

  1. Files found in the file system that are also on tape will NOT be overwritten.

  2. The missing files, present on the backup tape, are restored to the file system with the data as it was when the backup was taken.

  3. The access times are preserved by tar and will reflect the time when a user last accessed the data.

  4. The modification time on the files restored by tar will be preserved and will reflect the time the file was last modified before the backup, NOT the time of the restore operation.

Answer: B,D

Question No: 144 – (Topic 3)

This information is displayed describing the details of a file system snapshot:

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Which command was executed to display this information?

  1. /usr/sbin/fssnap -a

  2. /usr/sbin/fssnap -i /export/home

  3. /usr/lib/fs/ufs/fssnap -i /export/home

  4. /usr/lib/fs/ufs/fssnap -a /export/home

Answer: C

Question No: 145 – (Topic 3)

You need to do a restore of a damaged /usr file system on your x86-based server running Solaris 10 OS. Which procedure do you complete to get into single user mode on your system to perform the restore?

  1. Boot from the DCA and select Hard Disk as your boot device.

  2. Boot from the hard disk into single user mode.

  3. Boot from the CD-ROM or DVD, and when prompted at the Current Boot Paremeters menu, type b -s.

  4. Boot from the CD-ROM or DVD, and when prompted at the ok prompt, type boot -s.

Answer: C

Question No: 146 – (Topic 3)

The automatic nightly backup of the /export3 file system failed because of a lack of space on the tape. You need to put in a fresh tape and manually restart the backup. To do this, you need to know which disk device holds the /export3 file system. Which two commands provide this information? (Choose two.)

  1. /usr/bin/ls

  2. /usr/bin/du

  3. /usr/sbin/df

  4. /usr/sbin/disks

  5. /usr/sbin/mount

Answer: C,E

Question No: 147 – (Topic 3)

In which two conditions is it NOT possible to perform a snapshot of a file system? (Choose two.)

  1. The file system is in use by system accounting.

  2. The file system is a multi-terabyte file system.

  3. The file system is used as backing store by real-time applications.

  4. The backing store file is located on a different file system from the source file system.

Answer: A,C

Question No: 148 – (Topic 3)

A server has not had any changes made to the configuration of the standard system login accounts. It has a number of tape devices attached to it. The server is the only system on the local network that has tape devices. A file must be configured to allow backups. Which file must be correctly configured on the system with the tape devices attached to enable the other system to successfully perform its backup?

  1. /.rhosts

  2. /etc/hosts.equiv

  3. /etc/rmt/tape.conf

  4. /etc/hostname.rmt0

Answer: A

Question No: 149 – (Topic 3)

You manually created a snapshot of the file system holding the user data. You created this snapshot at 5 p.m., and the backup of the snapshots starts at 11 p.m. You verified the backup succeeded the next morning. Later that morning, one of your users asks for a restore of a file the user worked on last night, and accidentally deleted. The user needs the 10 p.m. version. Where can you find this version?

  1. nowhere

  2. on the file system

  3. on the backup tape

  4. on the file system snapshot

Answer: A

Question No: 150 – (Topic 3)

The ufsrestore command is used to extract the whole content of a file system (stored to tape with ufsdump) onto another file system. Which statement about inode allocation is true?

  1. The inodes are allocated such that the inode numbers after the restore are identical to the inode numbers recorded on tape, effectively overwriting inodes that had been allocated before the restore.

  2. The ufsrestore consults the inode map in each cylinder group. If an inode to be restored is already allocated, ufsrestore quits with a fail message.

  3. The ufsrestore tries to allocate inode numbers for the restored files as they are recorded on tape and evades to new, unallocated inodes whenever an inode number is already allocated in the file system.

  4. The new file system#39;s inodes are allocated successively as the files are restored, independent of the inode numbers recorded to tape.

Answer: D

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