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Q21. You try to print to a printer attached to a print server, but you are unsuccessful. After you log onto the print server, you check the status of the print service by using the svcs -a command:
# svcs -a |grep 'print'
disabled 16:59:17 svc:/application/print/server:default
online 16:59:49 svc:/application/print/cleanup:default
offline 16:59:35 svc:/application/print/ipp-listener:default
offline 17:00:43 svc:/application/print/rfc1179:default
What command should you execute to enable printing on this system?
A. # lpadmin enable-local-printing
B. # svcadm enable svc:/application/print/ipp-listener:default
C. # svcadm enable svc:/application/print/server:default
D. # lpadmin enable printing
Q22. The ufsrestore command is used to extract the entire content of a file system (stored to tape with ufsdump) to another file system.
Which statement about inode allocation is true?
A. The ufsrestore tries to allocate inode numbers for the restored files as they are recorded on tape and evades to new, unallocated inodes whenever an inode number is already allocated in the file system.
B. The new file system's inodes are allocated successively as the files are restored, independent of the inode numbers recorded to tape.
C. The ufsrestore consults the inode map in each cylinder group. If an inode to be restored is already allocated, ufsrestore quits with a fail message.
D. The inodes are allocated such that the inode numbers after the restore are identical to the inode numbers recorded on tape, effectively overwriting inodes that had been allocated before the restore.
Q23. Click the Task button.
You need to add a new user named test1 on your Solaris 10 OS using the useradd command. The user's home directory should be automatically created.
Place the useradd option into the correct place on the command line.
Note: Not all options will be used.
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Q24. Click the Task button.
Place the steps for backing up the home directories of your server in the correct order.
Q25. Your x86-based system with Solaris 10 OS installed on it is not booting correctly. You think the problem might be that a BIOS setting is not correctly configured.
What should you do to abort the boot process and reboot into the BIOS configuration menu?
A. You press the Stop-A keys then type reset-all. You reboot directly into the BIOS configuration menu and examine the BIOS settings.
B. You press the Ctrl-Alt-Del keys and reboot the system, or press the reset button. When the screen tells indicates the key to enter the BIOS, you press it and examine your BIOS settings.
C. You press the middle mouse button. When the screen times out, you enter the BIOS configuration menu and examine the BIOS settings.
D. While holding down the reset button, you power cycle the system.
Q26. While listing the contents of a directory on a Solaris system, some files are attributed to a user ID number, rather than to a user name. What caused this?
A. The user originally owning the files was deleted.
B. A non-privileged user issued a chown command and changed the owner of a file to a nonexistent user.
C. You are NOT allowed to access the password file.
D. The user owning the files has a user name that equals the user ID.
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Q27. A server has not had any changes made to the configuration of the standard system login accounts. It has a number of tape devices attached to it. The server is the only system on the local network that has tape devices. A file must be configured to allow remote backups.
Which file must be correctly configured on the system with the tape devices attached to enable the other system to successfully perform its backup?
Q28. A junior administrator is concerned that the root password on a production server is no longer secure. The junior administrator sends you an email with the following text:
SU 1/25 14:01 + pts/3 root-user2
SU 1/27 09:10 - pts/5 user1-root
SU 1/27 09:11 + pts/5 user1-root
SU 1/28 21:01 + console root-user3
SU 1/29 21:30 - pts/2 user2-root
SU 1/29 21:31 - pts/2 user2-guest3
SU 1/29 21:33 + pts/2 user2-user1
Which three statements about this output are true? (Choose three.)
A. user3 knows the root password.
B. This text is from the /var/adm/wtmpx file.
C. user2 knows the root password.
D. This text is from the /var/adm/sulog file.
E. This text is from the /var/adm/lastlog file.
F. user1 knows the root password.
G. user2 knows the password for user1.
Q29. The security policy of your company dictates that root logins are only allowed on the console of a system. Which variable should be set?
A. CONSOLE=/dev/console in /etc/default/login
B. CONSOLE=yes in /etc/default/su
C. CONSOLE=yes in /etc/default/login
D. CONSOLE=/dev/console in /etc/default/su
Q30. A user has a large file called bigfile to print and needs to print it as soon as possible. The default printer is down for scheduled maintenance and will not be back online for another hour. You suggest that the user send bigfile to the sys-47 print server (printer speedy), which is online and not currently being used.
Which two commands can accomplish this? (Choose two.)
A. /usr/bin/lp -f bigfile
B. /usr/ucb/lpr bigfile:speedy:sys-47
C. /usr/ucb/lpr -P sys-47:speedy bigfile
D. /usr/lib/lpr -d sys-47:speedy bigfile
E. /usr/bin/lp -d sys-47:speedy bigfile
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