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Sun Braindumps, Sun exam 310-015, Sun Solaris 9 Certified System Administrator II. Exam topics include: describing network basics, managing virtual file systems and core dumps, managing storage volumes, controlling access and configuring system messaging, setting up naming services, and performing advanced installation procedures.
 

Exam #:

 

310-015

Status:

Active

Time Limit:

105 min.

Avg. Time:

35 min.

Passing Score:

65%

# of Questions:

58

Format:

Form-based

Difficulty:

2

Certifications:

SCSA

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SUN CERTIFIED SYSTEM ADMINISTRATOR FOR SOLARIS 9 OPERATING ENVIRONMENT, PART II EXAM OBJECTIVES

Describe network basics

  • Explain how to use network files to configure and test the Ipv4 interfaces.
  • Explain how to start server processes within a client-server model.

MANAGE VIRTUAL FILE SYSTEMS AND CORE DUMPS:

  • Explain when and how to add and remove swap space.
  • Given a crash dump scenario, change the crash dump and core file configuration.
  • Identify the appropriate commands and procedures to manage files; list, start and stop daemons; and manage utilities on NFS servers and clients.
  • Explain how to enable NFS server logging, and how to configure nfslogd behavior.
  • Given a problem scenario and resulting NFS error message, infer causes and select an appropriate course of action to resolve the problem.
  • Explain how to configure AutoFS using automount maps.

MANAGE STORAGE VOLUMES:

  • Explain the purpose, features, and functionalities of RAID, and identify the guidelines to follow when using RAID 0, RAID 1, and RAID 5, including hardware considerations.
  • Define key SVM concepts, including volumes and state databases.

CONTROL ACCESS AND CONFIGURE SYSTEM MESSAGING:

  • Explain how to display and set Access Control Lists (ACLs) using the command line and create default ACLs.
  • Explain fundamental concepts of role-based access control (RBAC), including rights, roles, profiles, authorizations, administrator profile shells, and RBAC databases.
  • Explain how to build user accounts, rights profiles, and the role when managing RBAC.
  • Describe the fundamentals of the syslog function including the etc/syslog.conf file and the relationship between syslogd and m4 macro processor.
  • Explain how to configure system messaging , including configuring the /etc/syslog.conf, modifying the inetd process and using the logger command.

SET UP NAMING SERVICES:

  • Describe naming service concepts, and explain how to use the naming service switch file, the Name Service Cache Daemon (NSCD), and the getent command to get naming service information.
  • Given a description of a naming service client, identify the steps and commands to configure the DNS client and set up the LDAP client.
  • Explain the purpose, features, and functions of NIS namespace information, domains, and daemons.
  • Explain how to configure the name service switch for different lookups, and configure a NIS domain using the required maps, files, commands, and scripts.
  • Explain how to build custom NIS maps.

PERFORM ADVANCED INSTALLATION PROCEDURES:

  • Explain the purpose, features, and functionality of Jumpstart, including boot services, identification services, configuration services, and installation services.
  • Given a scenario, explain the procedures, scripts, and commands to implement a Jumpstart server.
  • Given a scenario describing Jumpstart configuration alternatives, explain how to establish a boot-only server, identification service alternatives, configuration service alternatives, and installation service alternatives.
  • Given scenarios involving Jumpstart problems with booting, identification, configuration, install, or begin/finish scripts, analyze and select a course of action to resolve the problem.
  • Explain how to use the Flash installation feature, and describe requirements and limitations of this feature.
  • Explain how to create and use a Flash archive and how to use a Flash archive for installation with Webstart, interactive install, and Jumpstart.

 

 

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