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Q171. You just installed Solaris on your x86 server and you cannot get your system to boot to the Solaris 10 OS. When rebooting, you get three options in the GRUB menu: 

Which option can you use to fix the problem? 

A. The boot device priority is fine, your hard drive must be faulty or the boot block is missing. Boot to CDROM, open a shell and run fsck on the Hard Disk. 

B. Change the boot device priority so that the CDROM is the third boot device and the HARD DISK is second. 

C. Make the First boot device = LAN, Second boot device= CDROM, Third boot device = HARD DISK, remove the fourth boot device. 

D. You did not set the fdisk boot partition to ACTIVE and the system cannot boot to the hard disk. Boot from CDROM, open a shell and use fdisk to set the partition to ACTIVE. 

E. The GRUB menu is not correct and Solaris is not pointing to the hard disk that you installed the Solaris OS on. Edit the GRUB menu and. The GRUB menu is not correct and Solaris is not pointing to the hard disk that you have installed the Solaris OS on. Edit the GRUB menu and modify the default boot device so that it points to the correct boot drive. 

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Q172. You want to install Solaris 10 OS on the x86 system that you built yourself. Which configuration meets the minimal requirements for installation? 

A. x86 32-bit platforms (1200 megahertz or faster processor is recommended) 64 megabytes of memory minimum recommended 2-3 gigabytes of disk space (depending on what software groups are installed) Access to a BIOS-supported bootable CD-ROM/DVD drive or a floppy drive and a CD-ROM/DVD drive Keyboard, 8 megabit video RAM, monitor, and mouse 

B. x86 32-bit platforms (120 megahertz or faster processor is recommended and hardware floating-point support is required), or AMD Opteron, AMD Athlon, and Intel EM64T 64-bit processors 256 megabytes of memory minimum recommended 5 to 7 gigabytes of disk space (depending on what software groups are installed) Access to a BIOS-supported bootable CD-ROM/DVD drive or a floppy drive and a CD-ROM/DVD drive or a JumpStart PXE installation server (PXE BIOS support is required) HCL compatible keyboard, graphics card, monitor, and mouse 

C. x86 32-bit platforms (90 megahertz or faster processor is recommended and hardware floating- point support is required), or AMD Opteron, AMD Athlon, and Intel EM64T 64-bit processors 128 megabytes of memory minimum recommended 40 gigabtyes of disk space (depending on what software groups are installed) Access to a BIOS-supported bootable CD-ROM/DVD drive or a floppy drive and a CD-ROM/DVD drive Keyboard, monitor, and mouse 

D. x86 32-bit platforms (120-megahertz or faster processor is recommended and hardware floating-point support is required), or AMD Opteron, AMD Athlon, and Intel EM64T 64-bit processors 128 megabytes of memory minimum recommended 

2.4 gigabtyes of disk space (depending on what software groups are installed) Access to a BIOS supported bootable CD-ROM/DVD drive or a floppy drive and a CD-ROM/DVD drive PXE compatible keyboard, monitor, and mouse 

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Q173. A colleague has been assigned the task to patch several production Solaris 10 systems. Because 

of your Solaris expertise they have asked you what the recommended way to patch these systems would be. Which of the following is the recommended way to patch a Solaris 10 system? 

A. Patch Manager 

B. patchadd 

C. smpatch 

D. Live Upgrade 

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Q174. Click the Exhibit button. 

You receive a complaint from a user who is unable to use the SSH service to access the user's lab system. You use a serial line to get in and check the SSH service. The svcs output is shown in the exhibit. 

What has caused the disruption of the SSH service? 

A. There is no "next state" defined. 

B. One of the dependencies has NOT been met. 

C. The contract_id is missing. 

D. The service is disabled. 

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Q175. Given the /etc/dumpdates file entry: 

/dev/rdsk/c0t0d0s7 0 Mon Jan 10 23:59:59 2005 /dev/rdsk/c0t0d0s7 2 Mon Jan 17 23:59:59 2005 

/dev/rdsk/c0t0d0s7 5 Mon Jan 24 23:59:59 2005 

/dev/rdsk/c0t0d0s7 9 Mon Jan 31 23:59:59 2005 

A backup of files that have been modified or created since January 18th is required. 

Which level must you supply to the ufsdump command to achieve this? 

A. level 4 

B. level 6 

C. level 9 

D. level 2 

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Q176. A SPARC-based system, but you are not sure of the physical path information. Which OBP command shows you this information? 

A. probe-all B. prtdiag -v C. show-devs D. printenv 

E. probe-scsi-all 

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Q177. You are attempting to JumpStart a SPARC server. Your JumpStart environment is configured to assign IP addresses to clients using RARP. 

Which two commands can be used to diagnose problems experienced during the installation? (Choose two.) 

A. snoop 

B. snmpd -d 

C. in.dhcpd -d 

D. rpc.bootparamd -d 

E. check_install_client 

Answer: A,D 


Q178. A user's system does not contain all the parts of the Solaris OS that the user needs. Which file tells you what software cluster has been installed on the user's system? 

A. /etc/issue 

B. /var/adm/system/CLUSTER 

C. /var/sadm/system/admin/CLUSTER 

D. /var/sadm/install/package/content 

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Q179. You recently performed a standardization project that ensures all SPARC-based systems boot from the same device aliases. The boot device order needs to be changed from vxdisk net to rootdisk net. 

Which OBP command removes the old vxdisk alias? 

A. nvunalias vxdisk 

B. setenv alias vxdisk 

C. nvunalias rootdisk 

D. unset vxdisk to look at the log file for the su(1) command. The contents in the log file are:E. unalias vxdisk 

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Q180. The /etc/user_attr file on your system contains the following entry: 

operator::::type=role;auths=solaris.system.shutdown, solaris.admin.patchmgr;profiles=Log Management 

Which two are correct statements about this entry? (Choose two.) 

A. The account operator is assigned the default system role. 

B. The account operator is assigned two rights. 

C. The account operator is assigned one right. 

D. The account operator is a regular user account. 

E. The account operator is assigned two authorizations. 

Answer: C,E