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Q251. After installing the OS, you have realized that you did not configure the name service properly and selected files when you should have selected 1dap. Which answer describes how to re-configure this system as an idap client? 

A. Restart the suninstaii installation program. 

B. Configure the /var/ldap/ldap_client_f ile and the /etc/defaultdomainfiles for Idap. 

C. Run the ldapciient command. 

D. Move the /etc/nsswitch. Idap file to /etc/nsswitch. conf. Configure the /var/ldap/ldap_client_f ile and the /etc/def aul tdomain file. 

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Q252. A user is unable to access a host using the telnet command on a new workstation. The user provided the following output: 

user1@w2100z% telnet sys42.abc.com sys42.abc.com: node name or service name not known user1@w2100z% getent hosts sys42.abc.com user1@w2100z% nslookup sys42.abc.com Server: dns.abc.com Address: 192.168.224.10#53 Name: sys42.abc.com Address: 

192.168.222.15 user1@w2100z% grep sys42 /etc/hosts user1@w2100z% 

The user is able to access sys42 from an old workstation without issue. What is a possible explanation for this problem? 

A. The sys42 host is down. 

B. The user did NOT use the rlogin command. 

C. The telnet command is NOT in the user's $PATH variable. 

D. The /etc/nsswitch.conf file is NOT configured to look at DNS for host information. 

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Q253. A file system has been corrupted and needs to be restored. Which file contains the ufsdump levels for this file system? 

A. /etc/backup 

B. /etc/ufsdump 

C. /etc/dumpdates 

D. /etc/fsdumpdates 

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Q254. System A has a file system that is being shared as follows: 

-/data/dbase rw "" 

System B mounts that file system so that users on systemB can use /data as a working directory for adding, changing, and removing files in the /data/dbase file system located on systemA. 

Which answers describe the correct method of mounting the remote file system? 

A. mount -F nfs -o hard,intr systemA:/data/dbase /data 

B. mount -F nfs -o soft,intr,bg systemA:/data/dbase /data 

C. mount -F nfs -o hard,nointr,bg systemA:/data/dbase /data 

D. mount -F nfs -o soft,intr,bg,largefiles,logging,rw \ systemA:/data/dbase /data 

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Q255. Your company has decided that all passwords chosen by users must contain at least two capital letters and one number. 

Which file should you change to implement this policy? 

A. /etc/default/passwd 

B. /etc/shadow 

C. /etc/default/shadow 

D. /etc/passwd 

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Q256. You have three applications from three different vendors, but only one system to run them on. Each application will require different OS patches to be installed. The problem you will encounter, if you load all of these applications on the same server, is that the vendor will not support the application if it runs on anything but the recommended environment. Which answer provides a solution? 

A. Zones will not work in this scenario - use domains. 

B. Run each application in a separate non-global zone. Patch the non-global zones with the most current patch versions. 

C. Run each application in a zone. Install one application in the global-zone and patch it with the most current patch versions allowed. Do not patch the non-global zones. 

D. Run each application in a separate non-global zone. Patch each zone separately. 

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Q257. Given the following output from dumpadm on a system with the node name, rabbit: # dumpadm 

Dump content: kernel pages 

Dump device: /dev/dsk/c2t3d0s0 (dedicated) 

Savecore directory: /var/crash/wm13w6 

Savecore enabled: no 

Which three commands have been executed to accomplish this configuration? 

(Choose three.) 

A. dumpadm -n 

B. dumpadm -c none 

C. dumpadm -s wm13w6 

D. dumpadm -d c2t3d0s0 

E. dumpadm -d /var/dsk/c2t3d0s0 

F. dumpadm -s /var/crash/wm13w6 

Answer: A,E,F 


Q258. The ufsrestore command is used to extract the whole content of a file system (stored to tape with ufsdump) onto another file system. Which statement about inode allocation is true? 

A. The inodes are allocated such that the inode numbers after the restore are identical to the inode numbers recorded on tape, effectively overwriting inodes that had been allocated before the restore. 

B. The ufsrestore consults the inode map in each cylinder group. If an inode to be restored is already allocated, ufsrestore quits with a fail message. 

C. The ufsrestore tries to allocate inode numbers for the restored files as they are recorded on tape and evades to new, unallocated inodes whenever an inode number is already allocated in the file system. 

D. The new file system's inodes are allocated successively as the files are restored, independent of the inode numbers recorded to tape. 

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Q259. The security team has requested that NFS logging be enabled. They have supplied you with the configuration parameters that they want. In which file do you need to place the configuration parameters? 

A. /etc/default/lognfs 

B. /etc/default/nfslogd 

C. /etc/default/nfs/nfslogd 

D. /etc/default/nfs_log 

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Q260. When you try to NFS mount a directory from the NFS server pepper to the NFS client paprika, the following error occurs: 

# mount -F nfs pepper:/export/home /data 

NFS server pepper not responding, still trying 

Which troubleshooting step is used to correct this error? 

A. on the NFS server pepper, run the command: # dfmounts 

B. on the NFS client paprika, ping the NFS server: # ping pepper 

C. on the NFS client paprika, run the command: # dfshares paprika 

D. on the NFS client paprika, run the command: # ps -ef |grep nfsd 

E. on the NFS client paprika, run the command: # ps -ef |grep mountd 

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