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2017 Feb 1Z0-878 practice test

Q81. Which Solaris 10 tool allows the system administrator to interact from a command line interface to download and install Solaris 10 updates while also allowing fully scriptable, text oriented commands to manage OS updates for multiple systems? 

A. smpatch 

B. PatchPro 

C. Patch Manager 

D. Sun Connection hosted web application 

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Q82. What is the minimum size requirement for swap space on a Solaris 10 OS for the system to boot properly? 

A. zero 

B. twice the amount of physical RAM 

C. equal to the amount of physical RAM 

D. one half the amount of physical RAM 

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Q83. You have a large number of systems in your organization that are currently running either Solaris 

2.6 OS or Solaris 7 OS. You need to ensure that all of these systems are running Solaris 10 OS. You are considering using the Flash installation feature to achieve this. 

What is a requirement for using the Flash installation feature? 

A. You must be performing an initial installation. 

B. You must be performing an upgrade installation. 

C. You must make the Flash archive available using NFS. 

D. You must run a pre-install script on each system to slice the disks. 

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Q84. You are configuring a jumpstart server, as part of that configuration you need to add some files after the install completes. Select from the list the file that will contain the name of a script that will run upon completion of the jumpstart installation. 

A. rules file 

B. profile file 

C. sysidcfgfile 

D. postconfigfil 

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Q85. On a system using only local files for host name resolution the sysiogd daemon configuration file contains mai1.debug ifdef('LOGHOST' , /var/adm/auth1og, @1oghost) is indicated if the mail-related log messages are written to the /var/adm/authlog file? 

A. The loghost is unreachable over the network. 

B. The loghost entry is not in the /etc/inet/hostsfile. 

C. The system has an /etc/inet/hosts alias of loghost. 

D. The loghost variable is evaluated as false by the m4 macro processor. 

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Q86. Which two commands will display the current LDAP clienttl local configuration? (Choose two) 

A. ldapclient list 

B. ldaplist 

C. cat /var/ldap/ldap_client_file 

D. ldapclient -1 

E. ldapcheck 

Answer: A,C 


Q87. You believe that you have a correctly configured boot server on the local network for the SPARC system currently being installed. Your JumpStart configuration is based on files only and does NOT use a naming service at any stage. 

Upon running the following command: 

boot net -install the client displays the following output: Boot device: /pci@1f,0/pci@1,1/network@c,1 File and args: - install 38600 panic - boot: Could not mount filesystem. Program terminated ok 

What is the cause of this problem? 

A. The rpc.bootparamd daemon is NOT running on the boot server. 

B. The root file system is NOT shared using NFS from the boot server. 

C. The installation server is missing the SUNWcsu and SUNWcsr packages. 

D. The class file contains a reference to an NFS mount which is NOT available. 

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Q88. systemA has a file system that is being shared as follows: 

— /data/dbase rw "" 

systemB mounts that file system so that users on systemB can use /data as a working directory for adding, changing, and removing files in the /data/dbase file system located on systemA. Which answers describe the correct method of mounting the remote file system? 

A. mount —F nfs —o hard,nointr,bg systemA:/data/dbase /data B. mount —F nfs —o soft,intr,bg systemA:/data/dbase /data 

B. mount —F nfs —o hard,intr systemA:/data/dbase /data 

C. mount —F nfs —o soft,intr,bg,largefiles,logging,rw \ systemA:/data/dbase /data 

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Q89. Given the line from a name service configuration file: 

ethers: nis [UNAVAIL=return] files 

Which two statements correctly describe the behavior of the name service switch? (Choose two.) 

A. If the NIS server does NOT respond, the search for the ethers entry will end without looking in the local file. 

B. If NIS does respond, but does NOT find the appropriate entry in its ethers map, the search will end without looking in the local file. 

C. If NIS does respond, but does NOT find the appropriate entry in its ethers map, the search will continue by looking for it in the local file. 

D. If the NIS server does NOT respond, the search for the ethers entry will continue by looking for it in the local file. 

Answer: A,C 


Q90. A system is configured to use automounted home directories and has the following 

/etc/auto_master file: # Master map for automounter # /net -hosts -nosuid,nobrowse /home auto_home -nobrowse The system also has the following /etc/auto_home file: # Home directory map for automounter # larry stooge1:/export/home/larry curly stooge2:/export/home/curly moe stooge3:/export/home/moe 

How should the home directory for curly be specified in the password database? 

A. /curly 

B. /home/curly 

C. /net/stooge2/curly 

D. /export/home/curly 

E. /net/stooge2/export/home/curly 

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