Exam Code: 1Z0-879 (Practice Exam Latest Test Questions VCE PDF)
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Q351. Which procedure unconfigures an LDAP client? 

A. run the following command: ldapclient -v uninit 

B. restore the previous /etc/nsswitch.conf file and reboot 

C. run the following command then reboot: ldapclient -v mod 

D. remove any LDAP client files from the /var/ldap directory and kill the ldap_cachemgr process 

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Q352. SystemA has a file system named /data/dbase that is being shared. systemB needs to mount that file system so that users on systemB can access the data remotely on systemA. The information in the /data/dbase file system is confidential and access to that data must be restricted so that only user1 and user2 can access the data from systemB. 

Which answer describes a method to protect the data on systemA so that only specific users on 

system can access that data? 

A. Share the file system on systemA as follows: share -F nfs -o rw=systemB /data/dbase. On 

systemB, mount the file system as follows: mount -F nfs -o hard,rw=user1,user2 \ 

systemA:/data/dbase /data 

B. Share the file system on systemA as follows: share -F nfs -o rw=systemB:user1,user2 

/data/dbase 

C. On systemA, protect the /data/dbase directory using conventional UNIX permissions so that 

only user1 and user2 can access the data. 

D. On systemA, protect the /data/dbase directory using conventional UNIX permissions so that only user1 and user2 can access the data. Then, share the file system on systemA as follows: 

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Q353. Click the Exhibit button. 

Given the system logging messages, which two statements are true? (Choose two.) 

A. The SSH server is not running after booting. 

B. The SSH service tried to start just one time. 

C. The SSH service encountered errors while starting. 

D. The LP print service is running successfully after booting. 

E. The SSH and LP services have the same reason for not starting. 

Answer: A,C 


Q354. The /export/home file system is running out of space on c0t0d0s7.  You added a new disk to the system and it is named c1t1d0. You need to move the /export/home file system to slice 7 on the new disk. Which command is used to move the data from /export/home to the new disk after booting the server to the single-user milestone? 

A. mount /dev/dsk/c1t1d0s7 /mnt ; ufsdump 0ucf - \ /dev/rdsk/c0t0d0s7 | (cd /mnt; ufsrestore xf - ) 

B. ufsdump 0ucf - /dev/rdsk/c0t0d0s7 | ufsrestore xf - \ /dev/rdsk/c1t1d0s7 

C. ufsdump 0ucf - /dev/rdsk/c0t0d0s7| ufsrestore xf - \ /dev/rdsk/c1t1d0s7 

D. mount /export/home; ufsdump 0ucf - /export/home | \ ufsrestore xf - /dev/dsk/c1t1d0s7 

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Q355. You just installed Solaris on your x86 server and you cannot get your system to boot to the Solaris 

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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Q356. You have three applications from three different vendors, but only one system to run them on. Each application will require different OS patches to be installed. The problem you will encounter, if you load all of these applications on the same server, is that the vendor will not support the application if it runs on anything but the recommended environment. Which answer provides a solution? 

A. Zones will not work in this scenario - use domains. 

B. Run each application in a separate non-global zone. Patch the non-global zones with the most current patch versions. 

C. Run each application in a zone. Install one application in the global-zone and patch it with the most current patch versions allowed. Do not patch the non-global zones. 

D. Run each application in a separate non-global zone. Patch each zone separately. 

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Q357. A file system needs to be backed up without disrupting the service to the users. You decide to create a snapshot of the file system in question, so that the file system does not have to be unmounted. 

Which step should you take first before creating the snapshot? 

A. remove all old snapshots 

B. locate sufficient backing-store space 

C. insert an empty tape in the tape drive 

D. put the system in single-user mode 

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Q358. Click the Exhibit button. 

You have a system with a single disk drive. You need to add a new 6GB file system for /data and can only add it on this disk. Given the information displayed in the exhibit, which describes the option for adding a 6GB slice to this disk without destroying any existing data on the disk or reloading the operating system? 

A. Increase slice 4 to 6GB. 

B. Combine slices 4 and 5. 

C. Reduce the slice 7 to 1GB. Change slice 4 to 6GB. 

D. Not enough contiguous space on the disk to make a new 6 GB file system. 

E. All of your slices are used. You cannot add a new slice for the /data file system without repartitioning and reloading the OS. 

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Q359. You need to register your x86-based system on a JumpStart server. Which option specifies that this x86 system is a DHCP client? 

A. -d 

B. -e 

C. -c 

D. -p 

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Q360. Select the answer that best describes the four LDAP update operations? 

A. Add, Delete, Create, Remove 

B. create, Delete, Modify, Rename 

C. Add, Delete, Modify, Create 

D. Create, Delete, Bind, Modify 

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