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Solaris Dumps, Sun Certified System Administrator for the Solaris[tm] 8 Operating Environment Upgrade Exam is for candidates who have already successfully completed the Sun Certified System Administrator, both Part I and Part II examinations, of a previous version of the Solaris Operating Environment (Solaris OE) (2.4, 2.5, 2.6, and 7). Candidates who are not previously certified cannot take the upgrade exam. Sun Reseller exams do not qualify as prerequisistes.

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   Exam Objectives
Section 1: Security
  • Identify how to search for regular expressions in the contents of one or more files.
  • List in sequence the steps to create, modify, and delete access control lists (ACLs) on files
Section 2: Files and Directories
  • State the commands used to reduce the size of files and directories for storage to tape.
  • Match the file types of regular files, directories, symbolic links, device files, and hard links to their respective functions.
Section 3: Editor
  • List the keyboard sequences that are required to switch between the three modes of operation used by the vi editor.
  • State the vi editor commands used to position and move the cursor, create and delete text, and copy or move text.
  • Match the correct vi command sequences with their respective search and replace functions.
Section 4: Remote Connection
  • State the command to perform remote system operations, such as remote login, remote copy, and remote shell commands.
  • State the subcommands that are used by the ftp utility to transfer files between a local system and a remote system.
Section 5: Client-server Relationship
  • List and define the types of servers used in the Solaris 8 OE network environment.
  • List and define the types of clients used in the Solaris 8 OE network environment.
Section 6: Solaris OE Network Environment
  • Define the function of each layer within the seven-layer OSI model.
  • Define the function of each layer in the five-layer TCP/IP model.
  • List the features and functions of the Ethernet.
  • Describe the characteristics of RARP and ARP.
  • Identify the commands which display information about the local network interface.
  • Describe the relationship between the RPC service and the rpcbind process.
  • Recall how to list registered RPC services.
  • Identify the steps necessary to start and stop network services via the command line.
Section 7: CACHEFS
  • Given an existing client-server environment, explain how to configure the cache file system.
  • Use appropriate commands to check the status and consistency of the cache file system.
  • Identify the steps to set up cache file system logging.
  • List the steps necessary to perform a check of the cache file system.
Section 8: Naming Services
  • List the different name services and compare their functionality.
  • Given a local area network with a need for a name service, identify the appropriate name service switch process and determine which configuration to use for your network.
Section 9: Role-based Access Control (RBAC)
  • State the purpose of the Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) with regard to Solaris OE security.
  • Select the statements that describe RBAC database features.
Section 10: Solaris Management Console
  • List the features of the Solaris Management Console.
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  • State the purpose of the sysidcfg file with and without name service support.



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