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Oracle Solaris 10 System

Question No: 161 – (Topic 2)

The standard operating procdure for your department specifies that sendmail must be turned off. However, when you enter the ps -ef command, you see that sendmail is running on your server. In Solaris 10, how would you shutdown the sendmail service and ensure that it does not automatically start at the next reboot?

  1. svcadm disable svc:/network/smtp:sendmail

  2. svcadm -t disable svc:/network/smtp:sendmail

  3. svcadm disable svc:/network/smtp:sendmail; pkill sendmail

  4. pkill sendmail; svcadm disable svc:/network/smtp:sendmail

  5. pkill sendmail and disable the sendmail legacy startup script in /etc/rc2.d

Answer: A

Question No: 162 – (Topic 2)

As system administrator, you are asked to shutdown the Apache HTTPD service that is running on a development server. Your run the svcs | grep apache command, and recieve this output: legacy_runFeb_02lrc:/etc/rc3_d/S50apache Based on this output, which of the following statements are true. (Choose two.)

  1. Any legacy_run state can NOT be manually shut down.

  2. In order to shut down this service, you need to execute the following shutdown script: svcadm -v disable /etc/init.d/S50apache

  3. In order to shut down this service, you need to execute the shutdown script in the

    /etc/init.d directory

  4. This service is NOT managed by SMF.

  5. This service is managed by LRC.

Answer: C,D

Question No: 163 – (Topic 2)

As system administrator, you are asked to troubleshoot a SPARC-based workstation in your department. This workstation reboots intermittently, and the system logs indicate some sort of hardware error. To investigate further, you want to run extended POST tests and view the output from these tests without the workstation reloading the OS.

To do this, you need to perform these tasks:

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In which order do you perform these tasks?

  1. D, A, E, B, F, H, G, E

  2. D, B, F, H, A, C, G, E

  3. A, E, B, F, H, C, D, G

  4. G, D, B, F, H, C, A, E

  5. C, G, A, E, D, H, F, B

Answer: B

Question No: 164 – (Topic 2)

Given these settings on your x86-based server:

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You connected a console to the serial port (COM1) and you want to setup your server so that it uses the console that you connected. Which describes how to make the system recognize the console for bootup and not the VGA monitor and keyboard?

  1. Set the console property to ttya as follows: kernel /platform/i86pc/multiboot -B console=ttya

  2. The x86 platform does not support booting from a serial port.

  3. Select to boot from the Solaris Serial Console ttya in the GRUB menu.

  4. Change the PROM settings so that kbd-type=serial, ttya-mode matches the port settings for the new console, and console=ttya

  5. No changes to the PROM are required. Shutdown the system and disconnect the VGA monitor and keyboard before booting. The system console will default to the serial port.

Answer: A

Question No: 165 – (Topic 2)

Your Solaris x86-based server has two boot drives. You want to add an entry to the GRUB main menu, so that during the boot process, you can select to boot the server from either of the disk drives. How would you add a new entry to the GRUB main menu to allow the operator to select which drive to boot from?

  1. Edit the bootenv.rc file and enter a value for the altbootpath parameter.

  2. Use the kernel command to edit the boot entries in the GRUB main menu.

  3. Edit the menu.lst file and add an entry for the second boot disk to the GRUB main menu.

  4. When the GRUB menu appears during the boot process, type ?When the GRUB menu appears during the boot process, type e?to edit the GRUB menu and enter the command to boot from the alternate disk drive.

  5. Press the space bar when the GRUB menu is visible during the boot process to edit the list of commands and enter the command to boot to the alternate disk drive.

Answer: C

Question No: 166 – (Topic 2)

Given:

# who -r . run-level S Jan 26 16:01 S 1 3 Which two statements are true? ( Choose two. )

  1. The current run-level is single-user.

  2. The previous run-level was single-user.

  3. The system achieved run level 3 on Jan 26 16:01.

  4. A reboot is not necessary to go to run-level 3.

  5. The system has been at this run-level three times since the last reboot.

Answer: A,D

Question No: 167 – (Topic 2)

In Solaris 10, boot messages are much less verbose than in previous versions of Solaris. As you troubleshoot your server, you would like to see more messages displayed on your console during the boot process. Which describes how to permanently configure your server so that the bootup messages are more verbose?

  1. Use svccfg to set options/logging to verbose on system/svc/restarter:default

  2. Use svcadm to set options/logging to verbose on options/milestone restarter:default

  3. Use svcprop to set options/logging to verbose on options/milestone restarter:default

  4. boot -m verbose ; the default boot behavior in SMF is to be less verbose and cannot be changed permanently in SMF.

Answer: A

Question No: 168 – (Topic 2)

You maintain a system whose service repository database has become corrupted. How do you recover it?

  1. Reboot the system using the option -r db.

  2. Kill svc.configd and reboot.

  3. Edit global.db into a clean state and reboot, and import custom manifests.

  4. Copy global.db over repository.db, reboot, and import custom manifests.

Answer: D

Question No: 169 – (Topic 2)

You bring down a SPARC-based system to run level 0. Now you need to create a customized device alias for one of the disks. Which OBP command will allow the selection of a device path and later insert it into the command line that creates the new device alias?

  1. devalias

  2. show-devs

  3. show-disks

  4. find-device

Answer: C

Question No: 170 – (Topic 2)

Your x86-based system is running the Solaris 10 OS. You need to boot into single-user mode to carry out system maintenance. What do you need to do to get the system to boot directly into single user mode?

  1. Reboot the system from the DCA diskette.

  2. When the Boot Interpreter Menu appears, type init -s.

  3. When the Current Boot Parameters menu appears, type b -s.

  4. When the Current Boot Parameters menu appears, type boot -s.

Answer: C

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