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Q41. When modifying the Solaris boot behavior on an x86-based server, the modification can be permanent or temporary. Which describes the procedure used to change the boot behavior temporarily, for a single boot cycle, until the next time that the system is booted?
A. Edit the bootenv.rc file with the temporary boot command.
B. Use the kernel command to set the temporary boot command. C. Use the eeprom command to set the temporary boot command. D. Modify the boot_archive file with the temporary boot command. E. Use the bootadm command to set the temporary boot command.
Q42. The printer1 printer has malfunctioned and it will be some time before it can be repaired. Another printer, printer2, is available and functional.
Which command or command sequence shifts the pending jobs from printer1 to printer2, and leaves the queue for printer1 to reject requests?
A. lpmove printer2 printer1
B. lpadmin -x printer1; reject printer1
C. lpadmin -m printer1 printer2; reject printer1
D. lpmove printer1 printer2; reject printer1
Q43. You are logged on as the root user and issue the command: # snoop -v -i filename What two statements about the effect of the output of this command are true? (Choose two.)
A. snoop displays packets from filename instead of the network
B. snoop displays one line for each packet.
C. snoop displays multiple lines for each packet.
D. snoop verifies each packet.
E. snoop is launched in interactive mode.
Q44. A SPARC-based system, but you are not sure of the physical path information. Which OBP command shows you this information?
E. prtdiag -v
Q45. There is a new LAN being planned and the project coordinator asks which name services are available on Solaris 10 OS. Which five name services options are available on Solaris 10 OS? (Choose five.)
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Q46. You are logged in as the root user and issue the command: # snoop -q -o filename What two statements about the output results of this command are true? (Choose two.)
A. Network traffic is displayed
B. Network traffic is sent to filename
C. The snoop command will quit after a default amount of time.
D. Packet count is NOT displayed.
E. The contents of the filename is in ASCII text.
Q47. The oldtimer printer needs to be decommissioned because the newkid printer has made it obsolete. Which sequence of commands decommissions oldtimer without losing any print requests?
A. reject oldtimer mv /var/spool/lp/requests/oldtimer/* /var/spool/lp/requests/newkid enable newkid disable oldtimer
B. lpshut mv /var/spool/lp/tmp/oldtimer/* /var/spool/lp/tmp/newkid lpadmin -x oldtimer lpsched
C. reject oldtimer disable oldtimer
D. reject oldtimer lpmove oldtimer newkid lpadmin -x oldtimer
Q48. To investigate the login problems experienced by user fred, you use su to assume the identity for fred.
Which command can you use to verify that you have actually assumed the identity for fred?
Q49. There is a requirement to run a script every other month starting next month (March). This script is to be run every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. What is the crontab entry that achieves this?
A. 25 23 * 1, 3, 5 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 1 /opt/application/gather_data
B. 25 23 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 1 * 1, 3, 5 /opt/application/gather_data
C. 25 23 1, 3, 5 * 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 1 /opt/application/gather_data
D. 25 23 * 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 1 1, 3, 5 /opt/application/gather_data
Q50. You determine that a certain user, user1, is using excessive disk space. To achieve the best space reduction with minimum effort, you want to gather information to help user1 decide which files or directories to back up. You also want to illustrate that user1 is using more space than others. Which two commands would achieve this? (Choose two.)
A. ls -alR /export/home/user1
B. du -hs /var/opt
C. du -h /export/home/user1
D. df -h
E. quot -f /dev/dsk/<device>