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Oracle Solaris 10 System Administrator Certified Professional Exam, Part II

Question No: 171 – (Topic 2)

Given the default coreadm settings in the local zone and the following configuration for the global zone:

# coreadm

global core file pattern: /var/core/core.%f.%p global core file content: all

init core file pattern: core.%f.%p init core file content: default global core dumps: enabled

per-process core dumps: enabled global setid core dumps: disabled

per-process setid core dumps: disabled global core dump logging: enabled

This configuration will cause two core files to be generated and saved when a process in the local zone terminates abnormally.

Where are the two core files saved? (Choose two.)

  1. in the process current working directory as core

  2. in the local zone as core.%f.%p in /var/core

  3. in the global zone as core.%f.%p in /var/core

  4. in the process current working directory as core.%f.%p

Answer: A,C

Question No: 172 – (Topic 2)

Users have reported that an application critical to daily work frequently terminates abnormally.

Which command should you issue to determine the frequency of these failures?

  1. coreadm -e all

  2. coreadm -e log

  3. coreadm -e init

  4. coreadm -e globally

Answer: B

Question No: 173 – (Topic 2)

The Solaris 10 OS supports the sharing of remote file resources and presents them to users as if they were local files and directories. The primary distributed file system (DFS) type supported by Solaris 10 OS is NFS.

Which three statements are true about NFS as supported by Solaris 10 OS? (Choose three.)

  1. The NFS server supported by Solaris 10 OS uses TCP exclusively.

  2. An NFSv4-capable server can communicate with clients that use NFSv3 or earlier.

  3. NFS uses the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) method of communication.

  4. The NFS server supported by Solaris 10 OS can only communicate with clients using NFSv4.

  5. The Solaris 10 OS uses NFSv4 by default when sharing a directory or accessing a named file.

  6. The NFS server on Solaris 10 OS is started at bootup and is configured by modifying the

/etc/rc.local file.

Answer: B,C,E

Question No: 174 – (Topic 2)

A user#39;s workstation is configured to mount /archive from a remote system through NFS using the following entry in /etc/vfstab:

#device device mount FS fsck mount mount

#to mount to fsck point type pass at boot options speedy:/archive – /archive nfs – yes –

To improve performance, a second NFS server, named pokey, is being added to serve out the identical file system.

You notice that the workstation is attempting to mount /archive read-write. The /archive file system contains old archived data and should not be modified. You decide that the user#39;s workstation should mount /archive read-only instead.

Which two changes must you make to allow the workstation to use the NFS server pokey and speedy and to correct the read-write/read-only mounting issue? (Choose two.)

  1. change the mount options field to ro

  2. change the mount options field to ro=speedy,pokey

  3. change the device to mount field to speedy,pokey:/archive

  4. change the device to mount field to read pokey:/archive/speedy

Answer: A,C

Question No: 175 – (Topic 2)

A new system administrator edited the /etc/dfs/dfstab file and added two share commands. Previously, the /etc/dfs/dfstab file had no entries. The administrator assumed that the NFS shares would be immediately available when the edits were completed. This did not happen and the administrator has come to you for assistance.

Given a default system configuration, which command must be run to make the NFS shares available to clients, without rebooting the server?

  1. /usr/bin/nfsd -t 6

  2. svcadm enable nfs/server

  3. svcadm enable nfs/client

  4. /usr/bin/nfs.server start

  5. /etc/rc3.d/S15nfs.server start

Answer: B

Question No: 176 – (Topic 2)

You edit the /etc/dfs/dfstab file and add two new lines on a system that is already functioning as an NFS server. Which command causes these two new resources to be made available?

  1. share

  2. mount -a

  3. mountall

  4. shareall

  5. showmount -a

Answer: D

Question No: 177 – (Topic 2)


/etc/dfs/dfstab file

# Place share(1M) commands here for automatic execution # on entering init state 3.


# Issue the command /etc/init.d/nfs.server start to run the NFS

# daemon processes and the share commands, after adding the very # first entry to this file.


# share [-F fstype] [ -o options] [-d lt;textgt;] lt;pathnamegt; [resource] # .e.g,

# share -F nfs -o rw=engineering -d home dirs /export/home2 share -F nfs /usr/share/man

share -F nfs -o ro /export/share share -F nfs /var/tmp

Which command makes the /export/share resource unavailable for clients to mount, without affecting any other shared resources?

  1. unshareall

  2. share /export/share

  3. umount /export/share

  4. unshare /export/share

  5. unshare -F nfs /export

Answer: D

Question No: 178 – (Topic 2)

You want to allow the NFS server saturn to share the /var/tmp directory read-only with clients pluto and mars. You also want to allow pluto to have root access to this directory.

Which line should you add to the /etc/dfs/dfstab file for saturn?

  1. share -F nfs -o ro,root=pluto /var/tmp

  2. share -F nfs root_access pluto /var/tmp

  3. share -F nfs -o,ro=mars:pluto,root=pluto /var/tmp

  4. share -F nfs -o,root=pluto,ro=mars,pluto /var/tmp

  5. share -F nfs ro,root=pluto /var/tmp client=mars:pluto

Answer: C

Question No: 179 – (Topic 2)

You are working on a system connected to the network. You attempt to access a directory, which you know is available to your system using NFS. You have NOT accessed this directory for some time. Your system displays the message:

Stale NFS file handle

What is a possible cause of this problem?

  1. The lockd daemon on the local system is no longer running.

  2. The mountd daemon on the local system has out-of-date configuration information.

  3. The automountd daemon has NOT been informed of changes to the automount maps.

  4. The file or directory has been removed on the NFS server without the client#39;s knowledge.

Answer: D

Question No: 180 – (Topic 2)

You are working on a system connected to the network. You attempt to NFS mount a directory:

# mount host1:/usr/share/man /usr/share/man Your system displays the following message: nfs mount: host1: : RPC: Program not registered nfs mount: retrying: /usr/share/man

What can you do to solve this problem?

  1. ensure that nfsd is running on the local system

  2. ensure that mountd is running on the NFS server

  3. send a HUP signal to the rpcbind process the local system

  4. use rpcinfo -p to ensure that the mount command is registered with rpcbind

Answer: B

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