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Q11. - (Topic 2) 

You have set up the task.max-lwps resource control on your Solaris 11 system. 

Which option describes how to configure the system so that syslogd notifies you when the resources control threshold value for the task.max-lwps resource has been exceeded? 

A. Use the rctladm command to enable the global action on the task.max-lwpa resource control. 

B. Modify the /etc/syslog.conf file to activate system logging of all violations of task.max-lwps and then refresh then svc: /system/system-log:default service. 

C. Activate system logging of all violations of task.max-lwpp in the /etc/rctldm.conf file and then execute the rctladm-u command. 

D. Use the prct1 command to set the logging of all resource control violations at the time the task.max-lwps resource control is being setup. 

E. Use the setrct1 command to set the logging of all resource control violations for the task.max-lwps resource control. 

Answer:

Explanation: 

rctladm - display and/or modify global state of system resource controls 

The following command activates system logging of all viola-tions of task.max-lwps. 

# rctladm -e syslog task.max-lwps # 


Q12. - (Topic 2) 

You are installing the Solaris 11 Operation System by using the Text Installer. A panel prompts you to create a root password and a user account. 

Which four describe your options for completing this panel of the Installation? 

A. Creating a user account is optional. 

B. The root password must be set and cannot be blank. 

C. The root password can be left blank. 

D. If you provide a username,that user is assigned the root role. 

E. If you provide a username,that user is given root privileges. 

F. If you provide a username,root is an account rather than a role and is set to expire immediately. 

G. If you do not provide a username,root is an account rather than a role and is set to expire immediately. 

Answer: A,B,D,G 

Explanation: 

A: You are not required to create a user account. 

B: You must create a root password. 

D: If you create a user account in this panel,you need to provide both the user's password 

and a root password. 

In this case,root will be a role assigned to the user. 

G: If you do not create a user account,you still need to provide a root password. In this case,root will be a regular user. 


Q13. - (Topic 2) 

You are installing the Oracle Solaris 11 Operating System by using the Text Installer. Which two options describe the features associated with the Text Installer? 

A. It can be used to install only SPARC systems. 

B. It installs gnome as the default user environment on a system capable of displaying a graphical environment. 

C. You can choose whether root is a role or user account. 

D. You can do both automatic and manual configuration of the network. 

E. You can select how to configure the remaining network interfaces. 


Q14. - (Topic 1) 

Which files must be edited in order to set up logging of all failed login attempts? 

A. /etc/default/login,/var/adm/loginlog,/etc/syslog.conf 

B. /etc/default/login,/var/adm/authlog,/etc/syslog.conf 

C. /var/adm/loginlog,/var/adm/authlog,/etc/syslog.conf 

D. /etc/default/login,/var/adm/authlog,/var/adm/loginlog 

Answer:

Explanation: 

This procedure captures in a syslog file all failed login attempts. 

1.

 Set up the /etc/default/login file with the desired values for SYSLOG and SYSLOG_FAILED_LOGINS Edit the /etc/default/login file to change the entry. Make sure that SYSLOG=YES is uncommented. 

2.

 Create a file with the correct permissions to hold the logging information. Create the authlog file in the /var/adm directory. 

3.

 Edit the syslog.conf file to log failed password attempts. Send the failures to the authlog file. 


Q15. - (Topic 1) 

Consider the following commands: 

What is displayed when this sequence of commands is executed using the bash shell? 

A. Hello,world 

B. cat: cannot open file1 

C. cat: cannot open file1Hello,world 

D. cat: cannot open file1 Hello,World 

E. bash: syntax error near unexpected token '&&' 

Answer:

Explanation: 

First line (rm file1) deletes/removes file1. 

Second line captures the text into file2. 

The first part of line 3 (cat file1) fails as the file1 does not exist. 

The && (AND) operator will ensure that the third line fails. The result of line 3 will be the 

result of first part of line 3 (cat file1). 

Note: cat - concatenate files and print on the standard output 

Note #1: A list is a sequence of one or more pipelines separated by one of the operators 

‘;’,‘&’,‘&&’,or ‘||’,and optionally terminated by one of ‘;’,‘&’,or a newline. 

Of these list operators,‘&&’ and ‘||’ have equal precedence,followed by ‘;’ and ‘&’,which 

have equal precedence. 

AND and OR lists are sequences of one or more pipelines separated by the control 

operators ‘&&’ and ‘||’,respectively. AND and OR lists are executed with left associativity. An AND list has the form command1 && command2 

command2 is executed if,and only if,command1 returns an exit status of zero. An OR list has the form command1 || command2 

command2 is executed if,and only if,command1 returns a non-zero exit status. 

The return status of AND and OR lists is the exit status of the last command executed in the list. Note #2 (on exit status): Zero means command executed successfully,if exit status returns 

non-zero value then your command failed to execute. 


Q16. - (Topic 1) 

You have a ZFS file system named /dbase/oral and you want to guarantee that 10 GB of storage space is available to that dataset for all data,snapshots,and clones. 

Which option would you choose? 

A. zfs set refreservation=10g dbase/oral 

B. zfs set quota=10g dbase/oral 

C. zfs set refquota=10g dbase/oral 

D. zfs set reservation=10g dbase/oral 

Answer:

Explanation: 

A ZFS reservation is an allocation of disk space from the pool that is guaranteed to be available to a dataset. As such,you cannot reserve disk space for a dataset if that space is not currently available in the pool. The total amount of all outstanding,unconsumed reservations cannot exceed the amount of unused disk space in the pool. ZFS reservations can be set and displayed by using the zfs set and zfs get commands. For example: 

# zfs set reservation=5G tank/home/bill # zfs get reservation tank/home/bill NAME PROPERTY VALUE SOURCE tank/home/bill reservation 5G local 


Q17. - (Topic 2) 

Review the boot environments displayed on your system: 

Which option describes the solaris-1 BE? 

A. It is active on the next reboot. 

B. It is active now. 

C. It is inactive. 

D. It is unbootable. 

E. It is active now and on reboot. 

F. It has been removed and will no longer be available after the next reboot. 

Answer:

Explanation: 

In the below output,NR (now running) means the BE is active now and will be the active BE 

on reboot. 

Example: 

Display your existing BE information. 

# beadm list 

BE Active Mountpoint Space Policy Created 

solaris NR / 12.24G static 2011-10-04 09:42 


Q18. - (Topic 1) 

The following image properties are displayed on your system: 

Which two options describe the boot environment policy property that is currently set for this image? 

A. All package operations are performed in a new BE set as active on the next boot. 

B. Do not create a new BE. The install,update,uninstall,or revert operation is not performed if a new BE is required. 

C. If a BE is created,do not set it as the active BE on the next boot 

D. A reboot is required for all package operations 

E. A reboot is not required after a package operation. 

F. For package operations that require a reboot,this policy creates a new BE set as active on the next boot. 

Answer: D,F 

Explanation: 

Image properties described below. 

* be-policy Specifies when a boot environment is created during packaging operations. The following values are allowed: / default Apply the default BE creation policy: create-backup. 

/ always-new (D,F) 

Require a reboot for all package operations (D) by performing them in a new BE set as 

active on the next boot (F). A backup BE is not created unless explicitly requested. 

This policy is the safest,but is more strict than most sites need since no packages can be 

added without a reboot. 


Q19. - (Topic 1) 

Examine the following command sequence: 

Which three are true? 

A. User jill, a member of the group other, can do a long listing (1s -1) of user jack's home directory. 

B. User oracle, not a member of the group other, cannot execute the shell script scriptfile. 

C. User jill, a member of the group other, can make a copy of testfile in dira. 

D. User jill, a member of the group other, can edit the data content of testfile. 

E. User jill, a member of the group other, cannot delete testfile. 


Q20. - (Topic 1) 

View the exhibit. 

The configuration information in the exhibit is displayed on your system immediately after installing the OS. 

Choose the option that describes the selection made during the Installation of the OS to obtain this configuration. 

A. The automatic network configuration option was chosen during the installation of the OS. 

B. The manual network configuration option was chosen during the installation of the OS. 

C. The network was not configured during the installation of the OS. 

D. The DHCP network configuration option was chosen during the Installation of the OS. 

Answer:

Explanation: 

There are two ways to configure the network configuration: automatic or manual. 

In the exhibit we see that DHCP has been used used. This indicates an automatic network 

configuration.