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Oracle Solaris 10 System Administrator Certified Professional Exam, Part II

Question No: 221 – (Topic 2)

A system administrator found the following message in the /var/adm/messages file: Jan 26 14:44:29 host genunix: [ID 936769 kern.notice] pm0 is /pseudo/pm@0 Which statement is true?

  1. The message was logged by the kernel.

  2. The message was created by the logger command: logger -t genunix -p kern.notice quot;pm0 is /pseudo/pm@0quot;.

  3. The message was created by the logger command:

    logger quot;genunix: [ID 936769 kern.notice] pm0 is /pseudo/pm@0quot;.

  4. The message was created by the logger command:

logger -t genunix -p kern.notice quot;[ID 936769 kern.notice] pm0 is /pseudo/pm@0quot;.

Answer: A

Question No: 222 – (Topic 2)

A company develops storage host bus adapters. All of the company#39;s disk arrays log messages to a central log host named scribe through the local5 facility. Some of these disk arrays are used for production work by human resources and some are used by the development teams to test their new host bus adapters. The previous administrator put the following line in the /etc/syslog.conf file on scribe to log messages from the arrays:

local5.warning /var/adm/messages

Recently, the development team encountered a difficult problem and turned on the full debug output from a disk array. They request that scribe log all of that information.

Logging all of the debug messages will create a large number of messages that could cause an administrator to overlook real problems with the production disk arrays or to overlook scribe system problems. You want to have the syslog.conf file stop using

/var/adm/messages for the local5 facility messages. You want to log warning and above levels for the local5 facility to /var/adm/arrays.messages and log debug and above level messages for the local5 facility to /var/adm/arrays.debug.

Which two statements in /etc/syslog.conf will accomplish this? (Choose two.)

  1. *.debug /var/adm/messages

  2. local5.debug /var/adm/arrays.debug

  3. local5.warning /var/adm/arrays.debug

  4. local5.warning /var/adm/arrays.messages

  5. !local5.debug /var/adm/arrays.messages

Answer: B,D

Question No: 223 – (Topic 2)

Which statement is true about the number of data sources that can be specified in the Name Service Switch file for each of the data types? (Choose two.)

  1. A minimum of one can be specified.

  2. A minimum of two can be specified.

  3. A maximum of four can be specified.

  4. The maximum number that can be specified depends on the data type.

  5. The maximum number that can be specified depends on the system type.

Answer: A,D

Question No: 224 – (Topic 2)

You administer a growing network of systems. The task is becoming more challenging as the network grows. Each system uses local files to authenticate users. People using a variety of systems have accumulated many login names and passwords. You find that it is difficult to service users#39; authentication problems. What are two solutions to these

problems? (Choose two.)

  1. configure your network to use NIS

  2. configure your network to use NFS

  3. configure your network to use DNS

  4. configure your network to use LDAP

  5. configure your network to use SNMP

Answer: A,D

Question No: 225 – (Topic 2)

You administer a growing network of systems, each using an /etc/inet/hosts file to identify IP addresses of other systems. You find that it is difficult to keep each system#39;s

/etc/inet/hosts file up to date. What are three solutions to this problem? (Choose three.)

  1. configure your network to use NIS

  2. configure your network to use FTP

  3. configure your network to use NFS

  4. configure your network to use DNS

  5. configure your network to use LDAP

  6. configure your network to use Solaris Volume Manager software

Answer: A,D,E

Question No: 226 – (Topic 2)

Given this line from the name service configuration file: hosts:nis [NOTFOUND=return] files

Which two statements correctly describe the behavior of the name service switch? (Choose two.)

  1. If NIS were unavailable, the attempt to locate a host#39;s IP address would be abandoned.

  2. If NIS were unavailable, the attempt to locate the host#39;s address would be continued

    within the local file (/etc/inet/hosts).

  3. If NIS were available, but a host IP address was NOT in the NIS map, the attempt to locate the host#39;s address would be abandoned.

  4. If NIS were available, but a host IP address was NOT in the NIS tables, the attempt to locate the host#39;s address would be continued by searching for it in the local file (/etc/inet/hosts).

Answer: B,C

Question No: 227 – (Topic 2)

Which two lines form correct entries for the name service configuration file? (Choose two.)

  1. ethers: dns nis files

  2. printers: user files nis

  3. hosts: dns [UNAVAIL=notfound] files

  4. bootparams: nis [TRYAGAIN=return] files

Answer: B,D

Question No: 228 – (Topic 2)

Given these entries in /etc/nsswitch.conf:

ipnodes: files [NOTFOUND=return] hosts: nis [NOTFOUND=return] files

When the NIS service is functioning, what happens if a host name is looked up? (Choose three.)

  1. If an entry exists in the NIS database, the lookup always succeeds.

  2. If an entry exists in /etc/inet/hosts, the lookup always succeeds.

  3. If an entry does NOT exist in the NIS database, the lookup always fails.

  4. If an entry exists in /etc/inet/ipnodes, the lookup always succeeds.

  5. If an entry does NOT exist in /etc/inet/hosts, the lookup always fails.

  6. If an entry does NOT exist in either NIS or /etc/inet/ipnodes, the lookup always fails.

Answer: A,D,F

Question No: 229 – (Topic 2)

The system administrator wants to configure user_attr(4) sources in the /etc/nsswitch.conf file. Which line needs to be configured?

  1. passwd

  2. user_attr

  3. passwd, auth_attr, prof_attr

  4. passwd, shadow and user_attr

  5. passwd, user_attr, auth_attr, prof_attr

Answer: A

Question No: 230 – (Topic 2)

A user is unable to access a host using the telnet command on a new workstation. The user provided the following output:

user1@w2100z% telnet sys42.abc.com sys42.abc.com: node name or service name not known user1@w2100z% getent hosts sys42.abc.com user1@w2100z% nslookup sys42.abc.com

Server: dns.abc.com Address: 192.168.224.10#53

Name: sys42.abc.com Address: 192.168.222.15

user1@w2100z% grep sys42 /etc/hosts user1@w2100z%

The user is able to access sys42 from an old workstation without issue. What is a possible explanation for this problem?

  1. The sys42 host is down.

  2. The user did NOT use the rlogin command.

  3. The telnet command is NOT in the user#39;s $PATH variable.

  4. The /etc/nsswitch.conf file is NOT configured to look at DNS for host information.

Answer: D

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