QUESTION NO: 1
How do you set up a device swap area and ensure it is active at each system startup?
A. Start device swapping using the swapon command on an existing file system mount point.
B. Start device swapping using the swapon command on a logical volume; add an entry to the /etc/fstab file.
C. Start device swapping using the swapon command on a logical volume; add an entry to the /etc/sbtab file.
D. Start device swapping using the swapon command on a logical volume; add an entry to the /etc/vfstab file.
QUESTION NO: 2
Which commands can be used to create device files? Select TWO.
QUESTION NO: 3
What is the purpose of the lost+found directory?
A. allows fsck to recover orphaned files and directories
B. required on JFS file systems for journaling
C. functions as a trash can for the file system
D. a temporary storage for deleted files
QUESTION NO: 4
Which command is used to recreate the /stand/system file?
C. vi system
QUESTION NO: 5
Which level is used by fbackup to complete a full backup?
QUESTION NO: 6
How does root allow an ordinary user to add/remove printers in SAM?
A. not possible
B. edit sam.allow
C. set the UID bit
D. establish a restricted build
QUESTION NO: 7 DRAG DROP
Place the steps to install a fibre channel card in the correct order.
QUESTION NO: 8
If /tmp is 100% full, which commands are used to determine its volume location and if free space
is available on that disk?
A. bdf, vgdisplay
B. lvdisplay, diskinfo
C. bdf, lvdisplay, pvdisplay
D. vgdisplay, lvdisplay, diskinfo
QUESTION NO: 9 DRAG DROP
Order the steps required to perform a complete integrity check of a journaled file system.
Answer: QUESTION NO: 10
During a run-state change from run level 1 to run level 2 , which script would be run last?