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Oracle Solaris 10 System

Question No: 101 – (Topic 2)

A user#39;s system does not contain all the parts of the Solaris OS that the user needs. Which file tells you what software cluster has been installed on the user#39;s system?

  1. /etc/issue

  2. /var/adm/system/CLUSTER

  3. /var/sadm/system/admin/CLUSTER

  4. /var/sadm/install/package/content

Answer: C

Question No: 102 – (Topic 2)

You have been requested to supply a list of the Solaris software cluster groups for a project. Which command produces the required information?

  1. cat /etc/cluster

  2. cat /var/sadm/install_data

  3. grep METACLUSTER /etc/release

  4. cat /var/sadm/system/admin/CLUSTER

  5. grep METACLUSTER /var/sadm/system/admin/.clustertoc

Answer: E

Question No: 103 – (Topic 2)

You have been requested to supply a list of the Solaris software cluster groups for a project. Which command produces the required information?

  1. cat /etc/cluster

  2. cat /var/sadm/install_data

  3. grep METACLUSTER /etc/release

  4. cat /var/sadm/system/admin/CLUSTER

  5. grep METACLUSTER /var/sadm/system/admin/.clustertoc

Answer: E

Question No: 104 – (Topic 2)

You have been directed to install a server in a secure environment where all unnecessary network services must be disabled, except for sshd. During the installation of the Solaris OS, you setup the system to be Secure by Default. Which three describe how network services will be configured on the newly installed server? (Choose three.)

  1. SNMP – enabled for remote clients

  2. syslogd – limit to local connections

  3. rpcbind – limit to local connections

  4. sendmail – limit to local connections

  5. syslogd – enabled for remote clients

  6. rpcbind – enabled for remote clients

Answer: B,C,D

Question No: 105 – (Topic 2)

You want to install Solaris 10 OS on the x86 system that you built yourself. Which configuration meets the minimal requirements for installation?

  1. x86 32-bit platforms (1200 megahertz or faster processor is recommended) 64 megabytes of memory minimum recommended

    2-3 gigabytes of disk space (depending on what software groups are installed)

    Access to a BIOS-supported bootable CD-ROM/DVD drive or a floppy drive and a CD- ROM/DVD drive

    Keyboard, 8 megabit video RAM, monitor, and mouse

  2. x86 32-bit platforms (120 megahertz or faster processor is recommended and hardware floating-point support is required), or AMD Opteron,

    AMD Athlon, and Intel EM64T 64-bit processors 256 megabytes of memory minimum recommended

    5 to 7 gigabytes of disk space (depending on what software groups are installed) Access to a BIOS-supported bootable CD-ROM/DVD drive or a floppy drive and a CD-

    ROM/DVD drive or a JumpStart PXE installation server (PXE BIOS support is required)

    HCL compatible keyboard, graphics card, monitor, and mouse

  3. x86 32-bit platforms (90 megahertz or faster processor is recommended and hardware floating-point support is required), or AMD Opteron,

    AMD Athlon, and Intel EM64T 64-bit processors 128 megabytes of memory minimum recommended

    40 gigabtyes of disk space (depending on what software groups are installed)

    Access to a BIOS-supported bootable CD-ROM/DVD drive or a floppy drive and a CD- ROM/DVD drive

    Keyboard, monitor, and mouse

  4. x86 32-bit platforms (120-megahertz or faster processor is recommended and hardware floating-point support is required), or AMD Opteron,

AMD Athlon, and Intel EM64T 64-bit processors 128 megabytes of memory minimum recommended

2.4 gigabtyes of disk space (depending on what software groups are installed)

Access to a BIOS supported bootable CD-ROM/DVD drive or a floppy drive and a CD- ROM/DVD drive

PXE compatible keyboard, monitor, and mouse

Answer: B

Question No: 106 – (Topic 2)

You are going to install a remote system using a WAN boot installation. Which two items are true of a WAN boot and must be part of your pre-installation checklist? (Choose two.)

  1. WAN boot is supported on machines with SPARC and x86 CPUs.

  2. You cannot use WAN boot on machines running the Solaris OS for x86 platforms.

  3. A CDROM is required to access the wanboot program and WAN boot miniroot.

  4. The system must have WAN boot support in the OBP or PXE support in the BIOS.

  5. An HTTP server must be available on the network.

Answer: B,E

Question No: 107 – (Topic 2)

You have completed the installation of the OS and you want to confirm what has been installed on the system. Where is the log file of the installation process stored?

  1. /var/adm/messages

  2. /var/install/contents

  3. /var/sadm/logs/install_data_logs

  4. /var/sadm/install_data/install_log

Answer: D

Question No: 108 – (Topic 2)

As system administrator, you have been asked to install a SPARC based system with the Solaris 10 OS. Which three are recommended system hardware requirements? (Choose three.)

  1. 128 megabytes of memory

  2. 256 megabytes of memory

  3. 5 gigabytes of disk space

  4. 3.2 gigabytes of disk space

  5. OpenBoot PROM firmware version 4.14 or later

  6. Access to a CD-ROM/DVD drive or an installation server

Answer: B,C,F

Question No: 109 – (Topic 2)

Which three FORTH Monitor commands allow you to boot a SPARC-based system? (Choose three.)

  1. ok boot net

  2. ok reboot

  3. ok boot net:rarp

  4. ok boot -as cdrom

E. ok boot ip=192.168.1.1

Answer: A,C,D

Question No: 110 – (Topic 2)

You have added an additional internal drive to your x86-based desktop system, and you

want to get the Solaris 10 OS to recognize it. Which two procedures will allow the OS to be able to recognize the new device? (Choose two).

  1. Boot the system then execute # touch /reconfigure, and then reboot the system. Confirm that you can see the new drive by executing # format.

  2. Boot the system and enter the # reconfigure command. Confirm that you can see the new drive by executing # format.

  3. Boot the system and enter the # devfsadm -v command. Confirm that you can see the new drive by executing # format.

  4. From the system menu, select the quot;Add new hardwarequot; icon. Confirm that you can see

Answer: A,C

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