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Sun Brain Dumps, Sun Certified System Administrator for Solaris[tm] 9 Operating Environment Upgrade Exam is geared toward those candidates with one or more years of experience in a Solaris Operating Environment (Solaris OE). The examination will include multiple choice scenario-based questions, drag and drop and fill-in questions. It will test only on the new Solaris 9 OE system administration features. This exam is for candidates who have already successfully completed the Sun Certified System Administrator Exam, both Part I and Part II of a previous version of the Solaris OE (2.5, 2.6, 7, 8). Candidates who are not previously certified cannot take the upgrade exam.

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60 min.

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   Exam Objectives
Jumpstart[tm] Software Configuration Variables Using Configuration Files
  • Given a scenario describing the Jumpstart software configuration alternatives, explain how to establish a boot-only server, identification service alternatives, configuration service alternatives, and installation service alternatives.
  • Given scenarios involving the Jumpstart software problems with booting, identification, configuration, install, or begin/finish scripts, analyze and select a course of action to resolve the problem.
Perform a Flash Install
  • Explain how to create and use a Flash archive and how to use a Flash archive for installation with Webstart, interactive install, and the Jumpstart software.
Manage Patches
  • Explain how to obtain, install and remove patches, and patch clusters using the command-line.
Configure RBAC
  • Explain the fundamental concepts of role-based access control (RBAC), including rights, roles, profiles, authorizations, administrator profile shells, RBAC databases and explain how to build user accounts, rights, and profiles.
Perform User Administration
  • Explain how to manage user accounts, and describe system-wide initialization files.
Configure the Solaris[tm] Volume Manager
  • 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 Solaris Volume Manager concepts, including volumes and state databases.
Take a Snapshot of a UFS File System
  • Explain how to perform ufs file system restores and special case recoveries.
Configure DNS
  • Given a description of a naming service client, identify the steps and commands to configure the DNS client.
Configure LDAP as a Naming Service
  • Given a description of a naming service client, identify the steps and commands to configure an LDAP client.



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