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Q261. You are extending the NIS support in your network to include a new NIS map to support automount direct maps. As part of this process, you modify the NIS Makefile to include the touch; \\ 

What is the purpose of this line? 

A. The line updates the timestamp in the index file for the NIS map so that the data file and the index file are correctly synchronized. 

B. The line is used to create the source file for the NIS map in situations where the source file does not already exist. 

C. The line updates the timestamp on the /var/yp/ file so that the system has a record of when the map was last built. 

D. The line creates the /etc/ file, which causes a message to be sent to the syslogd daemon indicating that the NIS map has been changed. 


Q262. Given: online 

Which two statements are true? (Choose two.) 

A. The processes required for the telnet service are running. 

B. Running svcs -p network/ssh will return the PID of sshd. 

C. Running svcs -x will return the process IDs for the telnet service. 

D. Running kill /network/telnet will shut down the telnet service. 

E. Running svcadm clear ssh will try to restart the ssh service. 

Answer: A,E 

Q263. You have just updated the /etc/syslog. conf file to modify message facility settings. 

Which two options cause the sysiogd daemon to reread /etc/syslog. conf to enable the settings without requiring a reboot to the system? (Choose two.) 

A. init 6 

B. pkill -HUP syslog.conf 

C. sys1ogd refresh /etc/sys1og.conf 

D. svcadm refresh svc:/system/system—1og:def au11 

E. svcadm stop svc:/system/system—1og:default ; svcadm start svc:/system/system—1og:default 

Answer: D,E 

Q264. You log on as root and issue the command: #snoop -a 

What are two results of issuing this command? (Choose two.) 

A. Network traffic is displayed. 

B. Only the MAC addresses are displayed. 

C. Packets can be listened to on /dev/audio. 

D. All network traffic is sent to the default log file. 

E. All outgoing packets have the snoop flag appended. 

Answer: A,C 

Q265. You are the system administrator and your monitoring software sends you an email indicating that one sub-mirror of a two-way Solaris Volume Manager software mirror has gone offline because of a hardware error. The sub-mirror that was taken offline was 2.3 gigabytes in size. To maintain data redundancy, you created a hot spare pool in the following order and with the following slice sizes: 

-1.0 gigabytes 

-2.2 gigabytes 

-9.8 gigabytes 

-3.2 gigabytes 

-6.5 gigabytes 

Which hot spare component will the Solaris Volume Manager software use to recreate the sub- mirror? 

A. 1.0 gigabytes 

B. 2.2 gigabytes 

C. 3.2 gigabytes 

D. 6.5 gigabytes 

E. 9.8 gigabytes 


Q266. Which two statements are true about the relationship between NIS master servers and NIS slave servers? (Choose two.) 

A. Only one master server can be configured, but it can support multiple slave servers and clients. 

B. Load balancing capabilities within NIS can be achieved by configuring at least one slave server on each subnet. 

C. Clients cannot bind across subnets, therefore you must provide a slave server on each subnet bound to a master server. 

D. There can be an unlimited number of slave servers and clients on a subnet, but there must be a master server on each subnet. 

Answer: A,B 

Q267. Which statement correctly describes the following output? 

# metadb 

flags first blk block count 

a u 16 8192 /dev/dsk/c1t1d0s0 

A. The first volume is 8192 blocks in size. 

B. The state database replica is 4 megabytes in size. 

C. This site has followed the Sun guidelines for replicas. 

D. The slice c1t1d0s0 has 8192 disk blocks of free space. 


Q268. You need to create a Flash Archive of a master server. You want to set the following characteristics of the archive: 

The archive will be stored as /export/flash/flash_archive, but do not include the /export/flash directory in the archive 

The archive description will be root_archive. 

The archive must be compressed 

The archive will be rooted at the root (/) directory admin is the author of the archive 

Do not include Sizing information flash_root is the name of the Flash archive 

Based on the above information, which command will you use to create the Flash Archive? 

A. flar create -n flash_root -C -R / -d root_archive \ 

B. flar create -f flash_root -c -R / -d root_archive \ 

C. flar create -c -R / -x /export/flash \ 

D. flar create -n flash_root -c -R / -e root_archive \ 


Q269. You have a large number of systems in your organization which are currently running either Solaris 2.6 OS or Solaris 7 OS. You also have a mix of both x86 and SPARC system hardware architectures. You need to ensure that all of these systems are running Solaris 10 OS. You are considering using the Flash installation feature to achieve this. 

What is a requirement for using the Flash installation feature? 

A. You can use a Flash archive file generated on a SPARC system to install both SPARC and x86 systems. 

B. You must replace the x86 systems with SPARC systems, because x86 systems are NOT supported by Flash install. 

C. You can use only a Flash archive file generated on a SPARC Sun Blade 150 or more recent system to install other SPARC systems. 

D. You must create two Flash archive files, one generated on x86 to install x86, and one generated on the SPARC systems to install SPARC. 


Q270. You need to restore some files from a file system. The file system was backed up from a snapshot. Which command will correctly restore these files? 

A. fssnap -i 

B. fssnap -r 

C. ufsrestore -i 

D. snaprestore -i