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Oracle Solaris Cluster 3.2 System Administrator Certified Professional Exam

Question No: 91 – (Topic 1)

You have a four-node cluster, where node1 and node2 are connected to some shared storage, and node3 and node4 are connected to different shared storage.

Now node1 has died and you will not be able to reboot it for some time. Why would you then want to run clq disable node1?

  1. This will prevent node1 from accidentally rebooting until you explicitly run clq enable node1 on one of the remaining nodes.

  2. You may want to run the command but it is actually too late. You can only run the disable option when the node mentioned is still up in the cluster.

  3. This will alter the quorum vote count in the remaining cluster so that if later you also lost node2, the remaining nodes could continue running the cluster.

  4. This is simply an informational flag. The output of the clq status will specifically show a maintenance flag for node1, indicating that you recognize it is dead and will not be able to reboot for some time.

Answer: C

Question No: 92 – (Topic 1)

When configuring IPMP groups for use in the Sun Cluster 3.2 environment, which two statements are true? (Choose two.)

  1. All interfaces must be in IPMP groups.

  2. Each interface can be a member of multiple IPMP groups.

  3. Adapters within the same IPMP group must be of the same transport type.

  4. Adapters on different subnets must be in different IPMP groups.

Answer: C,D

Question No: 93 – (Topic 1)

Which component of Sun Cluster 3.2 provides global naming consistency for shared storage?

  1. the CCR

  2. the RGM

  3. DID devices

  4. PxFS

Answer: C

Question No: 94 – (Topic 1)

You have a three node cluster with three different resource groups. Rg-1 can only run on node1 and node3, Rg-2 can only run on node2 and node3, while Rg-3 can only run on node3. If Rg-1 or Rg-2 move to node3, Rg-3 has to be stopped.

How would you accomplish this ?

  1. clrs set -p RG_affinities=-Rg-1,-Rg-2 Rg-3

  2. clresourcegroup set -p RG_affinities=-Rg-3

  3. clresourcegroup set -c RG_affinities=-Rg-1,Rg-2 Rg-3

  4. clresourcegroup set -p RG_affinities=-Rg-1,-Rg-2 Rg-3

Answer: D

Question No: 95 – (Topic 1)

The quorum mechanism and voting system are important parts of Sun Cluster. What is the majority formula to have a working cluster?

  1. All the votes must be present.

  2. At least 2 votes are required to form a cluster.

  3. There must be a majority (more than 50 percent of all possible votes) to form a cluster or remain in a cluster.

  4. Sun Cluster 3.2 automatically recalculates votes depending on the current configuration, so there is no need to worry about it.

Answer: C

Question No: 96 – (Topic 1)

During the scinstall process the cluster administrator has to configure the cluster transport. Which step does the cluster administrator have to perform in a typical cluster configuration?

  1. Select the transport adapters.

  2. Select the IP range for the private networks.

  3. Construct the public network VLANS for a tagged VLAN.

  4. Select the netmask for the cluster interconnect on a typical install.

Answer: A

Question No: 97 – (Topic 1)

Which three are characteristics of the High Availability environment provided by Sun Cluster? (Choose three.)

  1. ability to run a single instance of Solaris across multiple nodes

  2. automated application restart in the event of node failure

  3. uninterrupted service in the event of any hardware failure

  4. load sharing by scaling an application across several nodes

  5. minimal service outage during hardware and software upgrades

  6. possibility to combine different platform architectures in one system

Answer: B,D,E

Question No: 98 – (Topic 1)

You have two local (non-shared) disks on a cluster node. You put one local metadb replica on one disk and two local metadb replicas on the other disk.

What will happen if later the disk with the two replicas fails?

  1. You are guaranteed that the node stays up and running, and can reboot. As long as Solaris Volume Manager can find one valid copy of the configuration, the node will stay up.

  2. You are guaranteed to stay up and running. However, if you reboot, you may have to manually delete the broken metadb replicas before being able to join the cluster.

  3. When Solaris Volume Manager discovers you have less than 50% of your local metadbs remaining, it will fail immediately.

  4. When Solaris Volume Manager discovers you have less than 50% of your local metadbs remaining, it will prompt you to fix the broken ones and you can stay operational without rebooting.

Answer: C

Question No: 99 – (Topic 1)

When would you use a Veritas Volume Manager CDS disk in the bootdg group?

  1. All the time, it is the default.

  2. You cannot use CDS disks in the bootdg group.

  3. When you want all nodes to boot from the same device.

  4. When you want to share your boot device between clusters.

Answer: B

Question No: 100 – (Topic 1)

What is the maximum number of private interconnects supported in Sun Cluster 3.2?

  1. Six

  2. Four

  3. One

  4. Two

Answer: A

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