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Q41. This file contains information used to drive the WAN Boot process. WAN Boot uses information contained in this file to determine file paths, encryption, signing policies, and other characteristics of the operating environment. 

Which file is it? 

A. sysidcfg 

B. wanboot-cgi 

C. bootlog-cgi 

D. wanboot.conf 

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Q42. The /etc/user_attr file on your system contains the following entry: Which two are correct statements about this entry? (Choose two.) 

A. The account operator is assigned one right. 

B. The account operator is assigned two rights. 

C. The account operator is a regular user account. 

D. The account operator is assigned two authorizations. 

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

Answer: A,D 


Q43. You are working on a system connected to the network. You are attempting to access a currently mounted NFS directory. Your system displays the message: 

nfs mount: hostl: : NFS: Service not responding 

nfs mount: retrying: user/share/man 

What can you do to solve this problem? 

A. Ensure that nf sd is running on the NFS server. 

B. Ensure that mountd is running on the NFS server. 

C. Send a HUP signal to the inetd process on the NFS server. 

D. Send a HUP signal to the rpcbind process on the NFS server. 

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Q44. Swap space in Solaris 10 OS is managed by the swapfs file system. 

Which two statements accurately describe swapf s? (Choose two.) 

A. The swap file system consists only of swap slices and swap files. 

B. The swap file system might consist of physical RAM, swap slices, and swap files. 

C. The swap slices and swap files managed by swapf s need to be twice as large as physical RAM on the system. 

D. The swapf s provides virtual swap space addresses, thus decreasing the need for physical swap on systems with large, available memory. 

E. The swapf s provides real physical swap space addresses in response to swap space reservation requests. 

Answer: B,D 


Q45. You are responsible for maintaining a server used to support installations by means of Flash archives. Because of the diversity of systems on your organization's network, you have many different Flash archives on this server. Which command can be used to find out who created the archives and when they were created? 

A. flar info archivename 

B. flar version archivename 

C. flar manifest archivename 

D. flar create -i archivename 

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Q46. You are responsible for maintaining a server used to support installations by means of Flash archives. Because of the diversity of systems on your organizations network, you have many different Flash archives on this server. Which command can be used to determine who created each archive, when they were created, and which hardware platform they were created from? (Choose two.) 

A. flar -i <archivename> 

B. flar info <archivename> 

C. flar header <archivename> 

D. flar version <archivename> 

E. flar create -I <archivename> 

Answer: A,B 


Q47. Given this output from dumpadm: 

# dumpadm Dump content: kernel pages Dump device: /dev/dsk/c0t0d0s1 (swap) Savecore directory: /var/crash/rabbit Savecore enabled: yes and these directory contents: # ls -al /var/crash/rabbit total 4 drwx------ 2 root root 512 Jan 27 10:28 . 

drwxr-xr-x 3 root root 512 Jan 27 10:28 .. 

Which three files exist in the directory after rebooting following a panic? (Choose three.) 

A. unix.0 

B. unix.X 

C. bounds 

D. vmcore.0 

E. bounds.X 

F. vmcore.X 

Answer: B,E,F 


Q48. For a local zone in the installed state, which statement is true? 

A. Local zone file systems are mounted. 

B. The local zone has an associated virtual platform. 

C. Network interfaces for the local zone are plumbed. 

D. Packages are installed under the local zone root path. 

E. The local zone has a unique ID assigned by the system. 

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Q49. Given: 

# metadb 

flags first blk block count a u 16 8192 /dev/dsk/c1t0d0s3 a u 16 8192 /dev/dsk/c1t1d0s6 a u 8208 8192 /dev/dsk/c1t1d0s6 a u 16 8192 /dev/dsk/c1t2d0s6 a u 8208 8192 /dev/dsk/c1t2d0s6 a u 16 8192 /dev/dsk/c1t3d0s6 a u 8208 8192 /dev/dsk/c1t3d0s6 # metastat -c d100 s 77GB c1t1d0s6 c1t2d0s6 c1t3d0s6 

Which statement is true about this configuration? 

A. The d100 metadevice is a three-way RAID-0 striped volume. 

B. The d100 metadevice is a seven-way RAID-0 striped volume. 

C. The d100 metadevice is a three-way RAID-1 mirrored volume. 

D. The d100 metadevice is a seven-way RAID-1 mirrored volume. 

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Q50. SystemA has a file system named /library that contains a library of files to be shared to the entire company. Each remote system has read-only access to this file system through the /library mount point. 

Occasionally, serverA goes down for maintenance and users can no longer access the data in the library. Therefore, you have configured a second server, named systemB, that users can access when systemA goes down. They access the systemB server through the /library2 mount point. However, when systemA goes down, all the users need to be instructed that they are to use /library2 temporarily until systemA comes back up. Which answer describes a solution to this problem? 

A. Mount the file systems as follows:mount -F nfs systemA:/library,systemB:/library /library 

B. Mount the file systems as follows:mount -F nfs -o ro systemA:/library,systemB:/library /library 

C. Mount the file systems as follows:mount -F -o ro nfs systemA:/library systemB:/library /library 

D. Use AutoFS to maintain both mountpoints and have the users access either /net/systemA/library or /net/system/library 

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