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Q391. Which two commands list all the authorizations assigned to the user john? (Choose two)
A. auths john
B. roles john
C. profile john
D. more /etc/user attr
Q392. Your x86-based system is running the Solaris 10 OS. You need to boot into single-user mode to carry out system maintenance.
What should you do to get the system to boot directly into single user mode?
A. when the Current Boot Parameters menu appears, type boot -s
B. when the Current Boot Parameters menu appears, type b -s
C. when the Boot Interpreter Menu appears, type init -s
D. reboot the system from the DCA diskette
Q393. Your x86-based Solaris server will not boot from the primary boot drive. Because the boot drive has been mirrored, you need to change the server so that the system boots from the alternate boot disk. Which answer describes the procedure to change the default boot disk?
A. Change the bootpath parameter in the bootenv. re file so that it points to the correct boot drive.
B. Change the bootpath parameter in the boot archive file so that it points to the correct boot drive.
C. Use the eeprom command to change the bootpath parameter so that it points to the correct boot drive.
D. Use the bootadm command to change the bootpath parameter so that it points to the correct boot drive.
Q394. 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?
Q395. As system administrator, you are asked to remove the SUNWaudd package from a user's workstation. When you run the command to remove this package, you see the following messages on your console:
What happens to the files associated with the SUNWauddx and SUNWusb packages if you continue with the removal operation?
A. The files are removed.
B. The files remain on the system.
C. Only the files shared with the SUNWaudd package are removed.
D. The files are marked for removal, but are only removed after the next reboot.
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Q396. Given the following command:
add_install_client -d [...]
add_install_client -d -e <address> [...]
In addition to configuring the JumpStart server, which two statements are true about the format of A. The -e option specifies the address of the PXE server to use.
B. Without the -e option, only SPARC systems can be configured to boot from the network.
C. Without the -e option, only x86 based systems can be configured to boot from the network.
D. The first format displays information necessary to configure DHCP to PXE boot a class of machines.
E. The second format displays information necessary to configure DHCP to PXE boot a single, specific system.
Q397. Given this line in the /etc/syslog. conf file:
Which messages are forwarded to loghost?
A. all messages
B. all messages of severity debug
C. all messages NOT matched by other lines D. all messages of severity debug NOT matched by other lines
Q398. You are installing Solaris 10 and have to set up individual partitions with file systems for / (root), /usr, /var, /opt, /export/swap, and /tmp, and an individual partition for swap.
Which two partitions must have enough disk space to use the crash dump feature savecore on your system? (Choose two.)
Q399. What are three outcomes of executing the # svcadm restart system/name-service-cache command? (Choose three.)
A. The host reboots.
B. The nscd daemon restarts.
C. /etc/nscd.conf is reread.
D. The ypbind daemon restarts.
E. The local host's cache of the name services is cleared out.
Q400. When you create a non-broadcast NIS client, which four tasks do you need to accomplish manually? (Choose four.)
A. ypinit -c
B. svcadm enable nis/client
C. svcadm enable nis/server
D. svcadm enable rpc/keyserv
E. mkdir /var/yp/`domainname`
F. setting the domain name of the system
G. adding the host name and address information of the NIS servers to /etc/inet/hosts