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

Question No: 31 – (Topic 1)

Youe created several ZFS file systems as listed:

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The /data/temporary file system is no longer needed. Which command would you use to remove this ZFS file system?

  1. umount /data/temporary; zfs destroy temporary

  2. zpool destroy data/temporary

  3. zfs destroy data/temporary

  4. umount /data/temporary; newfs /data/temporary

Answer: C

Question No: 32 – (Topic 1)

On a SPARC based system two device aliases named bootdisk01 and bootdisk02 have been created. These aliases allow the boot system to boot from two different disks, and currently bootdisk01 is used by default. Which Solaris command amends the boot-device parameter to cause the system to boot from bootdisk02 by default?

  1. eeprom boot-device=bootdisk02

  2. eeprom boot-device bootdisk02

  3. setenv boot-device=bootdisk02

  4. setenv boot-device bootdisk02

Answer: A

Question No: 33 – (Topic 1)

You just installed Solaris on your x86 server and you cannot get your system to boot to the Solaris 10 OS. When rebooting, you get three options in the GRUB menu:

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Which option can you use to fix the problem?

  1. The boot device priority is fine, your hard drive must be faulty or the boot block is missing. Boot to CDROM, open a shell and run fsck on the Hard Disk.

  2. Change the boot device priority so that the CDROM is the third boot device and the HARD DISK is second.

  3. Make the First boot device = LAN, Second boot device= CDROM, Third boot device = HARD DISK, remove the fourth boot device.

  4. You did not set the fdisk boot partition to ACTIVE and the system cannot boot to the hard disk. Boot from CDROM, open a shell and use fdisk to set the partition to ACTIVE.

  5. The GRUB menu is not correct and Solaris is not pointing to the hard disk that you installed the Solaris OS on. Edit the GRUB menu and. The GRUB menu is not correct and Solaris is not pointing to the hard disk that you have installed the Solaris OS on. Edit the GRUB menu and modify the default boot device so that it points to the correct boot drive.

Answer: B

Question No: 34 – (Topic 1)

You are setting up a Sun server with two internal SATA disk drives. You have also installed two PCI SCSI controllers, and have installed four SCSI disk drives on each controller.

Now you want to check that all of the hardware is configured properly and that all of the hard drives are visible by the system. Which Open Boot command(s) are used to verify that all of the drives are accessible and that the server is able to identify all of the disk drives?

  1. probe-all

  2. sifting probe

  3. probe-scsi followed by probe-ide

  4. probe-scsi-all followed by probe-ide-all

Answer: D

Question No: 35 – (Topic 1)

You are the system administrator and the IT manager asks you to attach a new boot disk to a SPARC-based development system. This allows the server to have both a Solaris 9 OS system disk and a Solaris 10 OS system disk. You bring the system to run level 0 and attach a single external SCSI disk to the workstation. After power cycling the workstation to the ok prompt, the new disk is presented as /pci@1f, 0/pci@1/pci@1/SUNW, isptwo@4/sd2, 0. Which FORTH Monitor command creates a new permanent device alias called S10disk?

  1. nvalias /pci@1f, 0/pci@1/pci@1/SUNW, isptwo@4/sd@2, 0 S10disk

  2. nvalias S10disk /pci@1f, 0/pci@1/pci@1/SUNW, isptwo@4/sd@2, 0

  3. devalias /pci@1f, 0/pci@1/pci@1/SUNW, isptwo@4/sd@2, 0 S10disk

  4. devalias S10disk /pci@1f, 0/pci@1/pci@1/SUNW, isptwo@4/sd@2, 0

Answer: B

Question No: 36 – (Topic 1)

Currently, your Solaris x86-based server is configured to boot from the second SATA drive. You want to change your server so that it automatically boots using its default autodetect boot behavior when the system is powered on or during a reboot. Which describes how to change your server to use the default autodetect boot behavior?

  1. eeprom boot-file=

  2. eeprom boothpath=? ?

  3. eeprom bootpath=autodetect

  4. kernel boot-file=autodetect

  5. eeprom boot-file=autodetect

Answer: A

Question No: 37 – (Topic 1)

A junior kernel engineer wants to test some modifications to a SPARC-based kernel. Which ok prompt command allows you to boot your workstation using the new kernel that the engineer has developed?

  1. boot -v

  2. boot -s

  3. boot -a

  4. boot -r

Answer: C

Question No: 38 – (Topic 1)

You want to boot a SPARC-based system and stop system initialization at run level 2.

Which two procedures can do this? (Choose two.)

  1. Use the reboot – -2 command to shut down and reboot the system.

  2. From the OBP ok prompt, boot the system using the boot -2 command.

  3. Set the milestone for this reboot to multi-user.

  4. Shut down the system with the init s command, then use the init 2 command to switch to run level 2.

  5. From the OBP ok prompt, boot the system to run level s, then use the init command to set the run level to 2.

Answer: C,E

Question No: 39 – (Topic 1)

The power-on self-test (POST) information on a SPARC-based workstation needs to be viewed while it executes. What actions should you take?

  1. Bring the machine to the ok prompt, then type the boot -a command.

  2. Bring the machine to the ok prompt, then type the reset-all command.

  3. Attach a terminal device to serial port A with a null modem cable and turn the machine on.

  4. With a graphic console and keyboard attached, turn the machine on, then press the Ctrl- Alt-Backspace key combination.

Answer: C

Question No: 40 – (Topic 1)

Changes to your x86-based Solaris server require you to rebuild the boot archive. Which describes how to manually rebuild the boot archive?

  1. The GRUB menu provides the ?The GRUB menu provides the r?option to rebuild the boot archive.

  2. Select failsafe in the GRUB menu and answer ? in the GRUB menu and answer y?when prompted to rebuild the primary boot archive.

  3. A normal reboot will automatically rebuild the boot archive if the system detects an out of sync boot archive.

  4. Performing a reconfigure reboot will automatically rebuild the boot archive if the system detects an out of sync boot archive.

Answer: B

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