9 System Administration II
Exam Questions, Answers,
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1. Which problem arises
if the JumpStart client and the boot server are on
A. No problem will arise
with this type of setup.
B. The client is unable
to NFS mount the / (root) file system.
C. The boot server does
not receive the client RARP requests.
D. The client is unable
to retrieve the location of the rules file from the
2. You have configured
an NIS domain within your organization which includes
1 master server, 3 slave servers, and 30 client systems.
Which two are daemons which run only on the master
server? (Select two)
Answer: B, C.
3. You are configuring
a DNS client on your organizations network. You need
to configure the name service switch to tell the client
to use DNS. Which two are databases in the name service
switch for the dns keyword is valid? (Select two)
Answer: A, B.
flags first blk block count
a u 16 8192 /dev/dsk/c1t1d0s0
Which statement correctly
describes this output?
A. The state database replica
is 4 MBytes in size.
B. It indicates that the
first volume is 8192 blocks in size.
C. Thus site has followed
the Sun guideline for replicas.
D. It indicates that the
slice c1t1d0s0 has 8192 disk blocks of free space.
5. Which two statements
about the functionality of the syslogd daemon are
true? (Select two)
A. Error messages can only
be logged locally in a system log.
B. The kernel, daemons,
and syslogd each write directly to a system log.
C. Syslogd can write messages
to the console as well as to a system log.
D. The logger command communicates
with syslogd which then logs the message according
to its configuration file.
Answer: B, C.
6. You are logged in as
the root user and you use the snoop command without
options to monitor network traffic. Which two statements
are true about this command? (Select two)
A. You need to manually
stop the snoop command.
B. You hear an audible
click for each packet that is detected.
C. The snoop command exits
automatically after 30 minutes.
D. You see one line of
output for each packet on the network.
E. You see the full contents
of every packet, formatted appropriately.
Answer: A, D.