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Q141. You have been directed to install a server in a secure environment where all unnecessary network services must be disabled, except for sshd. During the installation of the Solaris OS, you setup the system to be Secure by Default. Which three describe how network services will be configured on the newly installed server? (Choose three.)
A. SNMP - enabled for remote clients
B. syslogd - limit to local connections
C. rpcbind - limit to local connections
D. sendmail - limit to local connections
E. syslogd - enabled for remote clients
F. rpcbind - enabled for remote clients
Q142. 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.
Q143. Given: What is the result?
A. A new fssnap image of the /export/home file system is created.
B. Detailed information about the /export/home snapshot is displayed.
C. An existing fssnap image of /export/home for read only is mounted.
D. The /export/home snapshot is used as input to the fssnap command.
Q144. You want to implement ZFS on your server, but before attempting to use the ZFS software, you must first verify that your server meets the minimum requirements. Which answers describe the hardware and software requirements that your server must meet before ZFS can be implemented? (Choose three)
A. The minimum disk size is 128 Mbytes.
B. A storage pool requires a minimum of 64 Mbytes.
C. 1GB of RAM is recommended.
D. The minimum disk size is 1GB.
E. A storage pool requires a minimum of 128 Mbytes.
Q145. Every user's home directory is located in the /export/home file system as /export/home/<username>. The output from df -h shows the user's home file system filling up:
Which command would display disk usage by user?
A. du -h /export/home
B. df -k /export/home/*
C. ls -lR /export/home
D. du -sh /export/home/*
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Q146. As system administrator, you are asked to shut down the Apache HTTPD service that is running on a development server. You run the svcs | grep apache command, and receive this output:
legacy_run Feb_02 lrc:/etc/rc3_d/S50apache Based on this output, which two statements are true? (Choose two.)
A. This service is NOT managed by SMF.
B. In order to shut down this service, you need to execute the following shutdown script: svcadm - v disable /etc/init.d/S50apache.
C. This service is managed by LRC.
D. Any legacy_run state can NOT be manually shut down.
E. In order to shut down this service, you need to execute the shutdown script in the /etc/init.d
Q147. You have an x86-based server with two disk drives and a Solaris image installed on each. You want to set your Solaris x86-based server so that you can select which Solaris image to boot from when the server is powered on. Which describes how this is accomplished?
A. Set timeout=-1 in /boot/grub/menu.lst and let the operator select which image to boot from.
B. Set eeprom autoboot?=false and let the operator select which image to boot from.
C. Set autoboot?=false in /boot/grub/menu.lst and let the operator select which image to boot from.
D. When multiple images of Solaris are installed, the default behavior is for the system to stop at the GRUB menu and let the operator select which image to boot from.
Q148. The security team reports that the log file displaying a list of users logged in on local and remote hosts has not been updated for 18 hours. The team states that the script is still there and has the correct permissions.
Which command checks to see that the daemon is online?
A. svcs -w | grep rusers
B. svcs -b | grep rusers
C. svcs -a | grep rusers
D. svcs -c | grep rusers
Q149. A user's home directory contains unnecessary files that the user wants to delete. The ls -li command presents the following output:
Which two occur when removing file2? (Choose two.)
A. Both file1 and file2 are removed.
B. The link count value of file1 remains 2.
C. The file1 file no longer provides access to data.
D. The link count value of file1 decreases to 1.
E. The file1 file remains and continues to provide access to data.
Q150. When setting up your server, you want these network services configured on the fresh installation of Solaris 10, before the first reboot: syslogd - limited to local connections NFS server daemons -disableddtlogin - limited to local connectionsfingerd - disabledssh - enabled Which method is used to configure these services?
A. Run the netservices limited command.
B. Install the Reduced Network Support software group during the installation of the OS.
C. Install the Reduced Network Support software group during the installation of the OS.
D. Boot to the multi-user milestone; Do NOT boot to the multi-user-server milestone.
E. After the first boot, use the svcadm command to disable or enable each of these services.
F. Answer NO to enabling network services for remote clients during the installation of the OS