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Q21. - (Topic 2) 

The ZFS configuration on your server is: 

Pool1 6.67G31K/pool 

Pool1/data31K31K/data 

Select the three commands that you would use to 1. Create,2. List,and 3. Delete a snapshot of the /data file system. 

A. zfs snapshot pool1/data@now 

B. zfs create snapshot pool1/data@now 

C. zfs list -t snapshot 

D. zfs list -t snapshot pool1/data 

E. zfs destroy pool1/data@now 

F. zfs destroy snapshot pool1/data@now 

Answer: A,D,E 

Explanation: 

A: Snapshots are created by using the zfs snapshot command,which takes as its only argument the name of the snapshot to create. 

D: You can list snapshots as follows: # zfs list -t snapshot 

E: Snapshots are destroyed by using the zfs destroy command. For example: 

# zfs destroy tank/home/ahrens@now 


Q22. - (Topic 2) 

You have edited /etc/profile to include the lines: 

dennis_says=hello 

export dennie_says 

You have also edited /etc/skel/local.profile to include the line: 

dennis_says=world 

You now create a new user account brian,and specify use of the bash shell. When brian logs in and enters 

Echo $dennis_says 

What will he see,and why? 

A. world,because the local.profile entry will be executed last 

B. hello,because the global /etc/profile entry overrides the local.profile entry 

C. hello,because the local.profile entry is not automatically sourced on login 

D. hello,because the value specified in local.profile was not exported 

E. nothing,because the variable was not exported in local.profile 

Answer:

Explanation: 

The $HOME/.profile file is an initialization file that is executed after the /etc/profile when logging in to the Bourne or Korn shell. The file contains user preferences for variable settings. If the ENV variable is set to .kshrc,the .kshrc file executes every time a new shell begins execution. The $HOME/.profile is copied from the /etc/skel/local.profile file by the Administration Tool when creating a new account. 

Note: /etc/skel/local.profile Per-system configuration file for sh/ksh/ksh93/bash login sessions, installed for new users 


Q23. - (Topic 2) 

Your server has a ZFS storage pool that is configured as follows: 

The server has two spate 140-GB disk drives: c3t5d0 c3t6d0 

Which command would add redundancy to the pool1 storage pool? 

A. zpool attach pool1 c3t5d0 c3t6d0 

B. zpool attach pool1 c3t3d0 c3c5d0; zpoo1 attach pool1 c3t4d0 c3t6d0 

C. zpool mirror pool1 c3t5d0 c3t6d0 

D. zpool add pool1 mirror c3t5d0 c3t6d0 

E. zpool add raidz pool1 c3t5d0 c3t6d0 

Answer:

Explanation: 

You can convert a non-redundant storage pool into a redundant storage pool by using the zpool attach command. 

Note: zpool attach [-f] pool device new_device Attaches new_device to an existing zpool device. The existing device cannot be part of a raidz configuration. If device is not currently part of a mirrored configuration,device automatically transforms into a two-way mirror of device and new_device. If device is part of a two-way mirror,attaching new_device creates a three-way mirror,and so on. In either case,new_device begins to resilver immediately. 


Q24. - (Topic 2) 

You need to update an OS image on a client. The pkg publishers command displays the wrong publisher with the wrong update: PUBLISHERTYPESTATUSURI Solaris origin onlinehttp://pkg.oracle.com/solaris/release 

The update is available on the updated publisher: 

PUBLISHERTYPESTATUSURI 

Solaris originonlinehttp://sysA.example.com 

Select the option that describes the procedure used to update the OS image on the system from the updated publisher. 

A. Copy the repository from the ISO image onto the local client.Configure the repository on the client by using the svccfg - s command so that the Solaris publisher is connected to the new repository.Refresh the application/pkg/server service.Issue the pkgrepo refresh command to refresh the repository catalog 

B. Configure the publisher on the client using the svcfg - s command so that the Solaris publisher is connected to the repository at http://sysA.example.comRefresh the application/pkg/server service.Issue the pkgrepo refresh command to repository catalog 

C. Use the pkg set-publisher command to change the URL of the publisher Solaris to http://sysA.example.com.Issue the pkg update command to update the OS image. 

D. Add the new publisher http://sysA.example.com SolarisUse the pkg set-publisher command to set the publisher search order and place http://sysA.example.com of http://pkg.oracle.com/solaris/releaseIssue the pkg publisher command to view the publishers.Set the new publisher to sticky.Issue the pkg update command to update the OS image. 

Answer:

Explanation: 

You can use the pkg set-publisher command to change a publisher URI. 

Changing a Publisher Origin URI 

To change the origin URI for a publisher,add the new URI and remove the old URI. Use the 

-g option to add a new origin URI. Use the -G option to remove the old origin URI. 

# pkg set-publisher -g http://pkg.example.com/support \\ 

-G http://pkg.example.com/release example.com 

Note: You can use either the install or update subcommand to update a package. 

The install subcommand installs the package if the package is not already installed in the 

image. If you want to be sure to update only packages that are already installed,and not 

install any new packages,then use the update subcommand. 


Q25. - (Topic 1) 

You are logged in as root to a newly installed Solaris 11 system. You issue the command useradd -d,and then examine the /usr/sadm/defadduser file. This file includes the entry defshell=/bin/sh. Which shell will now be the default for the next account created? 

A. bash shell 

B. C shell 

C. korn shod 

D. bourne shell 

Answer:

Explanation: 

Oracle Solaris 11 introduces user environment and command-line argument changes that include the following: 

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 Shell changes - The default shell,/bin/sh,is now linked to ksh93. The default user shell is the Bourne-again (bash) shell. 

*

 The legacy Bourne shell is available as /usr/sunos/bin/sh. 

*

 The legacy ksh88 is available as /usr/sunos/bin/ksh from the shell/ksh88 package. 

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 Korn shell compatibility information is available in /usr/share/doc/ksh/COMPATIBILITY. 


Q26. - (Topic 2) 

You are going to use the- Automated installer (AI) to install a non global zone named zone1. You have created a custom manifest for the non-global zone and named it zone1manifest Which command will you use to add this custom manifest to the s11-sparc install service and associate this custom manifest with the non-global zone? 

A. installadm create-profile -n s11-sparc -f /tmp/zone1manifest.xml - c 

B. installadm create-manifest -n s11-sparc -f /tmp/zone1manifest.xml -m 

C. installadm create-client -n s11-sparc -f /tmp/zone1manifest.xml -m zone1manifest -c zonename= “zone1” 

D. installadm create-service - n s11-sparc -f /tmp/zone1manifest.xml -m zone1manifest - c zonename=”zone1” 

Answer:

Explanation: 

installadm add-manifest 

Associates manifests with a specific install service,thus making the manifests available on the network,independently from creating a service. When publishing a non-default manifest, it is required to associate criteria either via criteria entered on the command line (-c) or via a criteria XML file (-C). 


Q27. - (Topic 1) 

A datalink can best be described as______. 

A. a driver for a Network Interface Card 

B. the software connecting the Internet Layer and the Physical Layer 

C. a device that provides Classless Inter-Domain Routing 

D. a logical object used for IP Multipathing 

Answer:

Explanation: 

The command dladm is used to configure data-link interfaces in Sun Solaris. A configured data-link is represented in the system as interface that can be used for TCP/IP. Each data-link relies on either a single network device or an link aggregation device to send & recieve packets. 

Network interfaces provide the connection between the system and the network. These interfaces are configured over data links,which in turn correspond to instances of hardware devices in the system. 

In the current model of the network stack,interfaces and links on the software layer build on the devices in the hardware layer. More specifically,a hardware device instance in the hardware layer has a corresponding link on the data-link layer and a configured interface on the interface layer. This one-to-one relationship among the network device,its data link,and the IP interface is illustrated in the figure that follows. 

Network Stack Showing Network Devices,Links,and Interfaces: 


Q28. - (Topic 1) 

View the Exhibit and review the file system information displayed from a remote server. 

You are configuring a new server. This new server has the following storage pool configured: 

This new server also has the following file systems configured: 

When you are finished building this new server,the pool1/data dataset must be an exact duplicate of note server. What is the correct procedure to create the pool1/data dataset on this new server? 

A. zfs create –o mountpoint=/data –o refquota=1g pool1/data 

B. zfs set mountpoint=none pool1zfs create pool1/data 

C. zfs set mountpoint=none pool1zfs create –o mountpoint=/data –o quota=1g pool1/data 

D. zfs create quota=1g pool1/data 

E. zfs create mountpoint=/data pool1/data 

F. zfs set quota=1g pool1/data 

Answer:


Q29. - (Topic 2) 

You are creating a non-global zone on your system. 

Which option assigns a zpool to a non-global zone,and gives the zone administrator permission to create zfs file system in that zpool? 

A. While creating the non-global zone,make the following entry: add deviceset match=/dev/rdsk/c4t0d0endBoot the zone and log in the zone as root. Create the zpool: zpool create pool2 c4t0d0In the non-global zone,root can now create ZFS file system in the pool2 zpool 

B. In the global zone,create the zpool: global# zpool create pool2 c4t1d0While creating the no-global zone,make the following entry: add datasetset name=pool2endadd fsset dir=pool1set special=pool1settype=zfspool1endBoot the zone,log in the zone as root,and create the zfs file system in the pool2 zpool. 

C. In the global zone,create the zpool:global#zpool create pool2 c4t1d0While creating the global zone,make the following entry: add datasetset name=pool2endBoot the zone,log in to the zone as root and create the zfs file systems in the pool2 zpool. 

D. In the global zone,create the zpool and the ZFS file systems that you want to use in the non-global zone: global#zpool create pool2 c4t1d0global#zfs create pool2/dataWhile creating the non-global zone,make the following entry for each ZFS file system that you want to make available in the zone: add fsset dir=/dataset special=pool2/dataset type=zfsend 

E. Create the zpool in the global zone: global#zpool create pool2 c4t1d0Boot the non-global zone,log in to the zone as root,and issue this command to delegate ZFS permissions to root: non-global zone# zfs allow root create,destroy,mount pool2Log in to the non-global zone create ZFS file systems in the pool2 zpool. 

Answer:

Explanation: 

You can add a ZFS file system to a non-global zone by using the zonecfg command's add fs subcommand. 

In the following example,a ZFS file system is added to a non-global zone by a global zone administrator from the global zone: 

# zonecfg -z zion zonecfg:zion> add fs zonecfg:zion:fs> set type=zfs zonecfg:zion:fs> set special=tank/zone/zion zonecfg:zion:fs> set dir=/export/shared zonecfg:zion:fs> end 


Q30. - (Topic 2) 

You are troubleshooting the Oracle Solaris11 Automated Installer (AI),which is not connecting with the IPS software repository. 

Which three steps will help determine the cause of DNS name resolution failure? 

A. Verify the contents of /etc/resolve.conf. 

B. Run netstat -nr to verify the routing to the DNS server. 

C. Ping the IP address of the IPS server to verify connectivity. 

D. On the installation server,verify that the menu.1st file for the client points to a valid boot arc hive. 

E. Run df -k to verify that the boot directory containing the boot archive is loopback mounted under /etc/netboot. 

F. Run the command /sbin/dhcpinfo DNSserv to ensure that the DHCP server providing the DNS server information. 

Answer: A,B,F 

Explanation: 

Check DNS 

*

 (A) Check whether DNS is configured on your client by verifying that a non-empty /etc/resolv.conf file exists. 

*

 (F) If /etc/resolv.conf does not exist or is empty,check that your DHCP server is providing DNS server information to the client: # /sbin/dhcpinfo DNSserv If this command returns nothing,the DHCP server is not set up to provide DNS server information to the client. Contact your DHCP administrator to correct this problem. 

*

 (B) If an /etc/resolv.conf file exists and is properly configured,check for the following possible problems and contact your system administrator for resolution: 

** The DNS server might not be resolving your IPS repository server name. ** No default route to reach the DNS server exists.