Exam Code: 1Z0-879 (Practice Exam Latest Test Questions VCE PDF)
Exam Name: Oracle Solaris 10 System Administrator Certified Professional Upgrade Exam
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Q21. Your system has three disk drives allocated for data storage. You are using Solaris Volume Manager to create your file system on these drives. The application will be read-intensive. Which configuration will provide the best data protection in the event of a failure? 

A. RAID 5 

B. RAID 1 

C. RAID 0 

D. RAID 1+0 

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Q22. You receive a request to set up trusting for user1 when user1 logs in to system1 from system2. 

Which entry should you place in the appropriate file to achieve this? 

A. system1 user1 

B. user1 system2 

C. system2 user1 

D. user1 system1 

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Q23. Which two sequences of zonecfg commands add a read-write file system to a local zone? (Choose two.) 

A. add device set match=/dev/*dsk/c0t0d0s7 end 

B. add inherit-pkg-dir set dir=/export add options rw end 

C. add fs set dir=/export set special=/export set type=lofs add options rw end 

D. add fs set dir=/export set special=/dev/dsk/c0t0d0s7 set raw=/dev/rdsk/c0t0d0s7 set type=ufs add options rw end 

Answer: C,D 


Q24. Given/var/svc/log/network-ssh:default.log: 

[ Jan 26 16:54:28 Leaving maintenance because clear requested. ] 

[ Jan 26 16:54:28 Enabled. ] 

[ Jan 26 16:54:28 executing start method ("/lib/svc/method/sshd start") ] 

Could not load host key: /etc/ssh/ssh_host_rsa_key 

Could not load host key: /etc/ssh/ssh_host_dsa_key 

Disabling protocol version 2. Could not load hostkey or GSS-API mechanisms 

sshd: no hostkeys available -- exiting. 

[ Jan 26 16:54:28 Method "start" exited with status 1 ] 

Which two statements are true? (Choose two.) 

A. The root user must generate a public/private key pair to allow the ssh service to start. 

B. For the ssh service, svcs will currently show this: online 16:54:28 svc:/network/ssh:default 

C. There are host key files in /etc/ssh. 

D. The #svcadm clear ssh command will fix this problem. 

E. Users will not be able to use ssh to log into this system. 

Answer: A,E 


Q25. You run an IT department and are responsible for purchasing hardware. Certain data that you have housed in a series of traditional disk slices are critical and must not be lost due to disk failure. The amount of data is large (720 gigabytes) and is read and written to frequently. The performance for both read and write operations needs improvement. You have plenty of money in your budget. 

Which two approaches will meet your business needs? (Choose two.) 

A. secure the data using RAID 0 

B. secure the data using RAID 1 

C. secure the data using RAID 5 

D. secure the data using RAID 0+1 

E. secure the data using RAID 1+0 

Answer: D,E 


Q26. To save time configuring some custom network facilities, a junior administrator in your company attempts to copy some entries from the /etc/inetd.conf file on a Solaris 8 OS server into the /etc/inetd.conf on a Solaris 10 OS server. The junior administrator is unable to determine why services do not start. Which two commands can you run on the Solaris 10 OS server to start the services? (Choose two.) 

A. inetconv -f 

B. inetcfg -i /etc/inetd.conf 

C. inetcfg -o /etc/inetd.conf 

D. inetconv -f -i /etc/inetd.conf 

E. inetconv -forceimport -o /etc/inetd.conf 

Answer: A,D 


Q27. The IT manager in your department tells you that Sun has released a patch that includes product enhancements for SunMC (Sun Management Center). Another system administrator might have already applied this patch, but the IT manager wants you to check the SunMC server to make sure it is applied. The patch number is 113106-01. Which two commands show if this patch has already been applied? (Choose two.) 

A. patchadd -G 113106-01 

B. patchadd -p | grep 113106-01 

C. patchchk 113106-01 

D. patchinfo -p | grep 113106-01 

E. showrev -p | grep 113106-01 

Answer: B,E 


Q28. A colleague has been assigned the task of exporting a ZFS pool and importing it on another system. Your colleague has noticed that other ZFS 15. Examine the exhibit. 

You need to know which file systems are currently mounted, select the command that would give you the information. 

A. zfs list 

B. zfs get mountpoint rpool 

C. zfs mount 

D. zfs mount -a 

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Q29. Click the Exhibit button. 

You have a system with a single disk drive. You need to add a new 6GB file system for /data and can only add it on this disk. Given the information displayed in the exhibit, which describes the option for adding a 6GB slice to this disk without destroying any existing data on the disk or reloading the operating system? 

A. Increase slice 4 to 6GB. 

B. Combine slices 4 and 5. 

C. Reduce the slice 7 to 1GB. Change slice 4 to 6GB. 

D. Not enough contiguous space on the disk to make a new 6 GB file system. 

E. All of your slices are used. You cannot add a new slice for the /data file system without repartitioning and reloading the OS. 

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Q30. 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. 

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