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Q101. Users dbadmin, webadmin, and user6 all have their home directories located on serveri in the /export/home directory. 

Given these three files on a system named ciient6: 

/etc/passwd: dbadmin:x:100:10:Database Admin:/home/dbadmin:/bin/csh webadmin:x:101:10:Web Admin:/home/webadmin:/bin/ks h user6:x:101:10:User number 6:/home/user6:/bin/csh 

/etc/auto_master: #Master map for automounter /net —hosts —nosuid,nobrowse /home auto_home —nobrowse /etc/auto_home: #Home automounter map 

* serveri:/export/home/& 

Only user6 is currently logged in to ciient6, and dbadmin and webadmin have no processes running and have never logged in to ciient6. There have been no attempts to access the home directories of dbadmin and webadmin. 

Which two statements are correct? (Choose two.) 

A. Running Is /home outputs user 6. 

B. The dbadmin and webadmin users will NOT be able to log in to ciient6 because their home directories do not exist. 

C. A new user named user7 that is added to /etc/passwd on client6 and has a home directory on serveri as /export/home/user7 will be able to log in without restarting the automounter on client6. 

D. Running the mount on ciient6 command will show the home directories of webadmin, dbadmin, and user6 listed as being mounted. 

Answer: A,C 


Q102. You are trying to mount a file system named /data/base on a remote system named systemA, but you keep receiving the following error: 

nfs mount: systemA:/data/base: No such file or directory 

You suspect that maybe the system administrator gave you the wrong file system name on systemA. 

Which command can you use to verify the file system name that is shared over on systemA? 

A. rpcinfo 

B. dfshares 

C. dfmounts 

D. share -a system A 

Answer:


Q103. Which statement is true about the number of data sources that can be specified in the Name Service Switch file for each of the data types? (Choose two.) 

A. A minimum of one can be specified. 

B. A minimum of two can be specified. 

C. A maximum of four can be specified. 

D. The maximum number that can be specified depends on the data type. 

E. The maximum number that can be specified depends on the system type. 

Answer: A,D 


Q104. Given: 

# metadb 

flags first blk block count a u 16 8192 /dev/dsk/c1t0d0s3 a u 16 8192 /dev/dsk/c1t1d0s6 a u 8208 8192 /dev/dsk/c1t1d0s6 a u 16 8192 /dev/dsk/c1t2d0s6 a u 8208 8192 /dev/dsk/c1t2d0s6 a u 16 8192 /dev/dsk/c1t3d0s6 a u 8208 8192 /dev/dsk/c1t3d0s6 # metastat -c d100 s 77GB c1t1d0s6 c1t2d0s6 c1t3d0s6 

Which statement is true about this configuration? 

A. The d100 metadevice is a three-way RAID-0 striped volume. 

B. The d100 metadevice is a seven-way RAID-0 striped volume. 

C. The d100 metadevice is a three-way RAID-1 mirrored volume. 

D. The d100 metadevice is a seven-way RAID-1 mirrored volume. 

Answer:


Q105. Given the line from a name service configuration file: 

ethers: nis [UNAVAIL=return] files 

Which two statements correctly describe the behavior of the name service switch? (Choose two.) 

A. If the NIS server does NOT respond, the search for the ethers entry will end without looking in the local file. 

B. If NIS does respond, but does NOT find the appropriate entry in its ethers map, the search will end without looking in the local file. 

C. If NIS does respond, but does NOT find the appropriate entry in its ethers map, the search will continue by looking for it in the local file. 

D. If the NIS server does NOT respond, the search for the ethers entry will continue by looking for it in the local file. 

Answer: A,C 


Q106. What are four types of AutoFS maps? (Choose four.) 

A. Slave 

B. Direct 

C. Binary 

D. Master 

E. Indirect 

F. Sparse 

G. Special 

H. Cannonical 

Answer: B,D,E,G 


Q107. You have a stable and mature system that is running out of disk space in the /var file system. You want to avoid the creation of unix.X and vmcore.X files. By default, the system will transfer crash dump information following a panic into unix.X and vmcore.X files when the system reboots. Which command disables this default behavior? 

A. dumpadm -n 

B. dumpadm -y 

C. dumpadm -s 

D. dumpadm -c 

Answer:


Q108. A user is having LDAP client problems. The profile with which the client was configured was updated over night. From the error messages it would appear that the daemon on the client responsible for updating the profile might NOT have started. 

Which daemon on the client is responsible for updating the profile? 

A. ldap_client 

B. ldap_update 

C. ldap_profile 

D. ldap_cachemgr 

Answer:


Q109. When creating a slice for your database replicas, how much space should be allocated to the slice? 

A. 4 Mbytes in size for each replica that it will store. 

B. 8 Mbytes in size for each replica that it will store. 

C. 8 Kbytes in size for each replica that it will store. 

D. 4 Kbytes in size for each replica that it will store. 

Answer:


Q110. Given this line from the name service configuration file: 

hosts:nis [NOTFOUND=return] files 

Which two statements correctly describe the behavior of the name service switch? 

(Choose two.) 

A. If NIS were unavailable, the attempt to locate a host's IP address would be abandoned. 

B. If NIS were unavailable, the attempt to locate the host's address would be continued within the local file (/etc/inet/hosts). 

C. If NIS were available, but a host IP address was NOT in the NIS map, the attempt to locate the host's address would be abandoned. 

D. If NIS were available, but a host IP address was NOT in the NIS tables, the attempt to locate the host's address would be continued by searching for it in the local file (/etc/inet/hosts). 

Answer: B,C