Oracle Solaris 10 System
Question No: 291 – (Topic 3)
Click the Exhibit button.
Which three statements are true? (Choose three.)
/dev/fssnap/0 has the backing store file on the server 126.96.36.199.
ufsdump 1ufN /dev/rmt/0 /dev/dsk/c0t2d0s0 /dev/rfssnap/0 will run the incremental backup of /dev/dsk/c0t2d0s0 to /dev/rmt/0.
fssnap -d /etc will delete snapshot /dev/rfssnap/0.
fssnap -d /etc will automatically delete the backing store file.
/mnt is mounted on /dev/fssnap/0 with read/write permission.
Question No: 292 – (Topic 3)
You determine that a certain user, user1, is using excessive disk space in his home directory. To achieve the best space reduction with minimum effort, you want to gather information to help user1 decide which files or directories to back up.
You also want to illustrate that user1 is using more space than others. Which two commands achieve this? (Choose two.)
du -h /export/home/user1
ls -alR /export/home/user1
quot -f /dev/dsk/lt;devicegt;
du -hs /var/opt
Question No: 293 – (Topic 3)
The following ZFS file system is available on your system:
NAMEUSED AVAIL REFER MOUNTPOINT
files 82K 72.8G 24.5K /data
You want to temporarily unmount the /data file system. Which set of commands will unmount the /data file system so that it is not available to users and then mount the system when you are ready to make it available again?
umount /data – to unmount the file system; mount /data to mount the file system
zfs unmount /data – to unmount the file system; zfs mount /data to mount the file system
zfs umount /data – to unmount the file system; zfs mount /data to mount the file system
zfs unmount /data – to unmount the file system; zfs mount -a to mount the file system
Question No: 294 – (Topic 3)
You have a spare disk on your x86-based Solaris system, c1t0d0, and you would like to create a ZFS file system on it. Given the following requirements:
ZFS storage pool named data.
ZFS file system named data (located in the data pool).
Mount the /data file system so that it is mounted and ready for use after each system boot. Which command(s) would you use to setup the ZFS file system?
zpool create data c1t0d0
zpool create data c1t0; zfs create data/data; newfs /dev/rdsk/data/data; make entry in the /etc/vfstab file
zpool create data c1t0d0; zfs create data/data
zpool create data data c1t0d0; make an entry in the /etc/vfstab file
Question No: 295 – (Topic 3)
You want to create a copy of an active ZFS file system named dbase. When listing the information on the file system, the following information is displayed:
NAME USED AVAIL REFER MOUNTPOINT
files/dbase 24.5K 72.8G 24.5K /data/dbase data/dbase@bckup_dbase 0 – 24.5K –
Rather than unmount the file system, back it up and transfer the data to a second file system, you want to create a point in time snapshot of the current dbase file system and copy that snapshot. Based on the information displayed above, which answer describes the steps necessary to complete this process?
zfs snapshot data/dbase@ bckup_dbase
zfs clone data/dbase@bckup_dbase data/clone_dbase
fssnap -F ufs -o bs=/var/tmp /data/dbase /dev/fssnap/0 mount -r ro /dev/fssnap/0 /data/clone_dbase
zfs clone /data/dbase data/clone_dbase
zfs clone data/dbase@bckup_dbase data/clone_dbase
zfs clone data/dbase data/clone_dbase
Question No: 296 – (Topic 3)
The following command is issued on your Solaris system:
zpool create datapool mirror c1t1d0 c2t1d0 mirror c3t1d0 c4t1d0
Which answer describes the type of device that has just been created? (Choose two)
Mirrored ZFS file system
RAID-Z storage pool
A ZFS storage pool
A mirrored ZFS storage pool
Question No: 297 – (Topic 3)
Which of the following answers describe features found in Solaris Zones? (Choose two)
An administrator logged into the global zone cannot view the activity of applications in other zones- each zone is completely from the others.
Zones can be rebooted independently of one another – other zones are unaffected by the reboot.
Solaris packages are always installed in the global zone and then distributed to each non-global zone to allow all application to be patched from a central location.
Zones can share the same network interface yet each zone has its own dedicated IP address.
Question No: 298 – (Topic 3)
The /etc/user_attr file on your system contains the following entry:
operator::::type=role;auths=solaris.system.shutdown, solaris.admin.patchmgr;profiles=Log Management
Which two are correct statements about this entry? (Choose two.)
The account operator is assigned the default system role.
The account operator is assigned two rights.
The account operator is assigned one right.
The account operator is a regular user account.
The account operator is assigned two authorizations.
Question No: 299 – (Topic 3)
You have three applications from three different vendors, but only one system to run them on. Each application will require different OS patches to be installed. The problem you will encounter, if you load all of these applications on the same server, is that the vendor will not support the application if it runs on anything but the recommended environment. Which answer provides a solution?
Zones will not work in this scenario – use domains.
Run each application in a separate non-global zone. Patch the non-global zones with the most current patch versions.
Run each application in a zone. Install one application in the global-zone and patch it with the most current patch versions allowed. Do not patch the non-global zones.
Run each application in a separate non-global zone. Patch each zone separately.
Question No: 300 – (Topic 3)
# metadb -s clones -i flags first blk block count
a m luo 16 8192 /dev/dsk/c4t1d0s7
r – replica does not have device relocation information
o – replica active prior to last mddb configuration change
u – replica is up to date l – locator for this replica was read successfully c – replica#39;s location was in /etc/lvm/mddb.cf
p – replica#39;s location was patched in kernel
m – replica is master, this is replica selected as input W – replica has device write errors
a – replica is active, commits are occurring to this replica M – replica had problem with master blocks
D – replica had problem with data blocks F – replica had format problems
S – replica is too small to hold current data base R – replica had device read errors
# metastat -ac
clones/d30 p 5.0GB c4t1d0s0
clones/d20 p 5.0GB c4t1d0s0 clones/d10 p 5.0GB c4t1d0s0
Which two represent the features of Solaris Volume Manager software configured on this system? (Choose two.)
Topic 4, Volume D
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