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Q141. You are logged in as the root user and issue the command: # snoop -q -o filename What two statements about the output results of this command are true? (Choose two.) 

A. Network traffic is displayed 

B. Network traffic is sent to filename 

C. The snoop command will quit after a default amount of time. 

D. Packet count is NOT displayed. 

E. The contents of the filename is in ASCII text. 

Answer: B,D 

Q142. The automatic nightly backup of the /export3 file system failed because of a lack of space on the tape. You need to put in a fresh tape and manually restart the backup. To do this, you need to know which disk device holds the /export3 file system. Which two commands provide this information? (Choose two.) 

A. /usr/bin/ls 

B. /usr/bin/du 

C. /usr/sbin/df 

D. /usr/sbin/disks 

E. /usr/sbin/mount 

Answer: C,E 

Q143. The security administrator wants to assign user bob to a netsec role so that the user can run the ifconfig(1M) and snoop(1M) commands with a rights profile named NSM. Which entries are contained in the /etc/security/exec_attr file after the required RBAC configuration has been implemented? 

A. NSM:netsec:cmd:::/sbin/ifconfig:uid=0 NSM:netsec:cmd:::/usr/sbin/snoop:uid=0 

B. NSM:root:cmd:::/sbin/ifconfig:uid=0 NSM:root:cmd:::/usr/sbin/snoop:uid=0 

C. NSM:suser:cmd:::/sbin/ifconfig:uid=0 NSM:suser:cmd:::/usr/sbin/snoop:uid=0 

D. NSM:bob:cmd:::/sbin/ifconfig:uid=0 NSM:bob:cmd:::/usr/sbin/snoop:uid=0 


Q144. You have an x86-based server with two SATA drives. Each drive has an installation of x86 Solaris and both drives are identical. The system currently boots from the first SATA disk drive, but, after modifying the /etc/vfstab file on the boot drive, the first SATA drive will not boot.  You want to boot the system from the second SATA disk drive, but it won boot. want to boot the system from the second SATA disk drive, but it won boot. What do you need to do to get the system booted? 

A. Select the second SATA drive in the GRUB menu during bootup; boot to the second drive; once booted to the second drive, mount and copy the /etc/vfstab file to the boot disk. 

B. Edit the boot string in the GRUB menu to boot from the second SATA drive; once booted to the second drive, mount and fix the /etc/vfstab file on the boot disk. 

C. Install a bootblock onto the second SATA drive; select the second drive during bootup; once booted to the second drive, mount and fix the /etc/vfstab file on the boot disk. 

D. Boot from DVD to get into a single user shell; mount and fix the /etc/vfstab file on the boot drive. 


Q145. You have just configured the network interface on systemA .  The following information is displayed pertaining to the network interface on systemA: 

From systemB, you test the network connectivity by sending ICMP ECHO_REQUEST packets to systemA. The following message is displayed: 

no answer from systemA 

What is most likely the problem? 

A. The interface is not plumbed. 

B. The interface is not configured. 

C. The interface does not have valid routes configured. 

D. The interface is not marked as 


Q146. A complete restore from the tape backup of the /export/home file system has been successfully completed. 

The system created a file for check-pointing or passing information between the incremental restores. 

What action do you take with this file? 

A. examine the /var/sadm/install/restore.log file for details of the restore 

B. delete the /var/log/restore.log file 

C. delete the restoresymtable file 

D. examine the /var/log/restore_log file for details of the restore 


Q147. Given these settings on your x86-based server: 

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? 

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

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

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

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

E. 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. 


Q148. The operating system that is installed on the company's server and that runs the invoicing software needs to be upgraded to Solaris 10 OS. The work must be completed with minimal downtime. You have a week to prepare for the upgrade. 

Which method results in the least system downtime? 

A. upgrade using the Solaris Live Upgrade software 

B. perform a Solaris Flash install 

C. boot the server from the install CD and upgrade 

D. re-install the OS and applications 


Q149. You are logged on as the root user and issue the command: # snoop -v -i filename What two statements about the effect of the output of this command are true? (Choose two.) 

A. snoop displays packets from filename instead of the network 

B. snoop displays one line for each packet. 

C. snoop displays multiple lines for each packet. 

D. snoop verifies each packet. 

E. snoop is launched in interactive mode. 

Answer: A,C 

Q150. A new service named banner needs to be incorporated into SMF. The appropriate entries are placed in the milestones where this service is stopped and started and the service scripts are in the correct locations. 

Which command incorporates the banner service into SMF? 

A. svccfg import /var/svc/manifest/site/banner-smf.xml 

B. svccfg add /var/svc/manifest/site/banner-smf.xml 

C. svcadm import /var/svc/manifest/site/banner-smf.xml 

D. svcadm add /var/svc/manifest/site/banner-smf-xml