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Oracle Solaris 10 System Administrator Certified Professional Exam, Part II

Question No: 31 – (Topic 1)

Users dbadmin, webadmin, and user6 all have their home directories located on serveri in the /export/home directory.

Given these three files on a system named ciient6:

/etc/passwd:

dbadmin:x:100:10:Database Admin:/home/dbadmin:/bin/csh webadmin:x:101:10:Web Admin:/home/webadmin:/bin/ks

h user6:x:101:10:User number 6:/home/user6:/bin/csh

/etc/auto_master:

#Master map for automounter

/net -hosts -nosuid,nobrowse

/home auto_home -nobrowse

/etc/auto_home:

#Home automounter map

* serveri:/export/home/amp;

Only user6 is currently logged in to ciient6, and dbadmin and webadmin have no processes running and have never logged in to ciient6. There have been no attempts to access the home directories of dbadmin and webadmin.

Which two statements are correct? (Choose two.)

  1. Running Is /home outputs user 6.

  2. The dbadmin and webadmin users will NOT be able to log in to ciient6 because their home directories do not exist.

  3. A new user named user7 that is added to /etc/passwd on client6 and has a home directory on serveri as /export/home/user7 will be able to log in without restarting the automounter on client6.

  4. Running the mount on ciient6 command will show the home directories of webadmin, dbadmin, and user6 listed as being mounted.

Answer: A,C

Question No: 32 – (Topic 1)

The system administrator has placed several entries in the direct map of a Solaris 10 OS machine that is configured to use local files.

Which three features are direct map entries? (Choose three.)

  1. Direct maps can always be browsed.

  2. Direct maps specify relative paths only.

  3. Direct maps specify the absolute path of the mount point.

  4. A /- entry in the master map defines a mount point for direct maps.

  5. A master map that is a local file can only have one direct map entry.

  6. The directory specified in the map entry can be mounted from a comma-separated list of servers.

Answer: C,D,F

Question No: 33 – (Topic 1)

Swap space in Solaris 10 OS is managed by the swapfs file system. Which two statements accurately describe swapf s? (Choose two.)

  1. The swap file system consists only of swap slices and swap files.

  2. The swap file system might consist of physical RAM, swap slices, and swap files.

  3. The swap slices and swap files managed by swapf s need to be twice as large as physical RAM on the system.

  4. The swapf s provides virtual swap space addresses, thus decreasing the need for physical swap on systems with large, available memory.

  5. The swapf s provides real physical swap space addresses in response to swap space reservation requests.

Answer: B,D

Question No: 34 – (Topic 1)

When displaying the current swap space configuration on your system, the following information is presented:

swapfile dev swap1o b1ocks f ree

/dev/dsk/cOdOsl 102,1 8 1060280 1060280

total: 103072k bytes allocated 22240k reserved = 125312k used, 779060k available

Given the above information, which of the following answers apply to your systemti current swap space configuration?

  1. Your system is currently using 103072k bytes of swap space on the disk.

  2. Your system is currently using 125312k bytes of swap space on the disk.

  3. 22240k is currently not allocated, but claimed by memory mappings.

  4. 103072k is currently NOT allocated, but claimed by memory mappings

Answer: C

Question No: 35 – (Topic 1)

systemA mounts a NFS file system located on systemB as follows:

/data on systemB:/data/dbase remote/read/write/setuid/devices/xa11r/dev=4c00003 systeniB mounts an NFS file system located on systemA as follows:

/data on systemA:/data/dbase remote/read/write/setuid/devices/xa11r/dev=4c00003

After a power outage, both systems tried booting at the same time and would not boot up to a login prompt. Upon further investigation, both systems were stopping at the point where the NFS mount was trying to be established. Which answer provides a solution to correct this problem?

  1. On systemA, mountthe NFS file system as follows:

    mount -o bg systemB: /data/dbase /data and on systemB, mount the NFS file system as follows: mount -o bg systemA:/data/dbase /data

  2. On systemA, mountthe NFS file system as follows:

    mount -o nointr systemB: /data/dbase /data and on systemB, mount the NFS file system as follows: mount -o nointr systemA:/data/dbase /data

  3. On systemA, mountthe NFS file system as follows:

    mount -o sof t systemB: /data/dbase /data and on systemB, mount the NFS file system as follows: mount -o sof t systemA:/data/dbase /data

  4. On systemA, mountthe NFS file system as follows:

mount -F nfs -o nologging systemB:/data/dbase /data and on systemB, mount the NFS file system as follows: mount -F nfs -o nologging systemA:/data/dbase /data

Answer: A

Question No: 36 – (Topic 1)

You are working on a system connected to the network. You are attempting to access a currently mounted NFS directory. Your system displays the message:

nfs mount: hostl: : NFS: Service not responding nfs mount: retrying: user/share/man

What can you do to solve this problem?

  1. Ensure that nf sd is running on the NFS server.

  2. Ensure that mountd is running on the NFS server.

  3. Send a HUP signal to the inetd process on the NFS server.

  4. Send a HUP signal to the rpcbind process on the NFS server.

Answer: A

Question No: 37 – (Topic 1)

Which three are true about the getent command? (Choose three.)

  1. It is only configured when using LDAP.

  2. It is only available to the super-user (root),

  3. It provides a generic user interface for NIS, LDAP, and DNS.

  4. It provides caching services to a host for NIS, LDAP, and DNS.

  5. It can be used to resolve both IPv6 and IPv4 host names and addresses,

  6. It consults the naming services in the order listed in the /etc/nsswitch.conf file.

Answer: C,E,F

Question No: 38 – (Topic 1)

The Name Service databases notify the ncsd daemon to update its cache as needed. When the cache becomes out of date, which command can you use to force the ncsd daemon to update its cache?

  1. svcadm restart system/name-service-cache:default

  2. pkill -HUP ncsd

  3. scvadm disab1e system/ncsd:default

  4. svcadm enab1e system/ncsd:default/ncsd -flush

Answer: A

Question No: 39 – (Topic 1)

Which three describe the purpose of the name service switch file? (Choose three.)

  1. It determines which file systems will be used for operating system configuration data.

  2. If multiple networks are connected to the system, this file determines which one will be used to locate other resources on the network.

  3. It contains information necessary for locating user authorizations and profiles.

  4. It determines which data sources will be used to resolve the names of other nodes on the network.

  5. It contains the names of all the users who can use this system over the network.

  6. It contains information used to determine how names and passwords for users will be resolved at login.

Answer: C,D,F

Question No: 40 – (Topic 1)

Given the line from a name service configuration file: ethers: nis [UNAVAIL=return] files

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

  1. If the NIS server does NOT respond, the search for the ethers entry will end without looking in the local file.

  2. If NIS does respond, but does NOT find the appropriate entry in its ethers map, the search will end without looking in the local file.

  3. If NIS does respond, but does NOT find the appropriate entry in its ethers map, the search will continue by looking for it in the local file.

  4. If the NIS server does NOT respond, the search for the ethers entry will continue by looking for it in the local file.

Answer: A,C

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