This is a SYSMAN1 Exam

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Default Solaris Unix config is used. The default shell is ksh. If doubts about the correctness of a question, contact the author (86613). Questions are taken randomly out of a list of 342.

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1. The password aging entries in /etc/default/passwd take precedence on the ones of the individual users
True
False

2. The `format` and `fmthard` commands allow to recover the VTOC table of a labelled disk
True
False

3. A directory contains all descriptive data of a file like date of last modification
True
False

4. The first Solaris program file that is loaded is 2 piece static core
True
False

5. Solaris error messages are always hardcoded in English
True
False

6. To execute a file with the accesses of the group owner of that file, one must set the gid bit on that file
True
False

7. The /usr/kernel/drv is used for system boot device drivers and /kernel/drv for all others
True
False

8. Sockets, named pipes and doors are file types
True
False

9. fsck during boot will repair all errors
True
False

10. /var/sadm/install/contents is an file containing all info about all packages installed
True
False

11. SCSI embedded disks always have disk number 1
True
False

12. Certain mount options allow to suppress update of last access date of a file
True
False

13. It is possible to define users without a password
True
False

14. When in run level 3, doing `init 1` will terminate (not all) running processes
True
False

15. The command `who -r` returns the current run level
True
False

16. One must do a `reset` command at the ok prompt after changing parameters at the ok prompt
True
False

17. When a new bsh is started after login, the following is executed
$HOME/.kshrc
$HOME/.bshrc
$HOME/.profile
$HOME/.login
none of the other choices

18. During boot, fsck for inconsistency errors is run after each mount
True
False

19. To reset ok prompt variables to their factory settings, one must do
set default
set factory
set-default
reset -f
none of the other choices

20. All root logins will send a message to syslog utility
True
False

21. The csh uses initialization file /etc/login
True
False

22. The default printer in $HOME/.printers takes precedence over the PRINTER variable
True
False

23. The init process dies when all boot scripts have been started
True
False

24. A Solaris software group is a collection of software clusters
True
False

25. If ufs find inconsistencies, per default it will do a shutdown
True
False

26. Per default, the no-password option allows users to login without password
True
False

27. It is not possible to run fsck on a mounted fs
True
False

28. 2 users with the same UID have identical access to all files
True
False

29. By default, the owner of a file or directory can be modified by the owner and root
True
False

30. The `init 6` shuts the system properly
True
False

31. `ufsdump -u 1 /usr` will backup all files since the last level 0 ; even when 2 such dumps are done 1 directly after the other
True
False

32. The boot parameters entered at the ok prompt are kept in EEPROM
True
False

33. If root does `su - oracle` and then `whoami`, it will say
oracle
root
none of the other choices

34. The fs will try to keep a file within a cylindergroup for better performance
True
False

35. If the mount has not specified a fs type, it will always use ufs
True
False

36. The kernel will load modules dynamically
True
False

37. The variable $PATH is set only by the login script maintained by the System Manager
True
False

38. A disk slice for a ufs can be enlarged without any problems
True
False

39. The cylinder group block is used to maintain space in a cylindergroup
True
False

40. To execute a file with the accesses of the owner of that file, one must set the setuid bit on that file
True
False

41. The format utility will only find disks if logged on as root
True
False

42. It is impossible to install Solaris without access to a cd-rom
True
False

43. All device aliasses must be created manually
True
False

44. The file owner can activate the setuid permission on his own files
True
False

45. CDE is part of the kernel software group
True
False

46. Each printer has its own lpsched process
True
False

47. The boot block on disk is replicated to each cylinder group
True
False

48. A patch is applied to 1 package
True
False

49. The `init 6` command needs entries in /etc/rc6.d to do a proper shutdown
True
False

50. The vold daemon has no configuration files
True
False

51. The `at` command allows to start commands on a later time
True
False

52. The program to probe devices is kept in NVRAM
True
False

53. The superblock contains info about all disk slices
True
False

54. A corrupt VTOC can never be recovered
True
False

55. All special permission bits are show in `ls -l` in the execute field
True
False

56. The inode range is fixed for each file system
True
False

57. If root does `su - oracle` and then `pwd`, it will show
current directory of root
home directory of oracle
none of the other choices

58. If a user has no password, the shadow file will contain NP in the passwordfield
True
False

59. A shadow inode contains data of a file
True
False

60. A patch is uniquely identified by a patch revision number
True
False