Summary

Summary

In this chapter, we have examined several advanced administration and installation issues that typically arise in an enterprise systems context. These issues are not important for single system management; however, when a network of systems must be managed, they can be very useful.

Questions

1. 

Which system provides all of the data and services required to install the system using JumpStart?

  1. Install server

  2. Boot server

  3. Install client

  4. Boot client

 A. The install server provides all of the data and services required to install the system using JumpStart.

2. 

Which system provides the RARP daemon to boot client systems that have not been installed?

  1. Install server

  2. Boot server

  3. Install client

  4. Boot client

 B. The boot server provides the RARP daemon to boot client systems that have not been installed.

3. 

Which system is the target system for installation?

  1. Install server

  2. Boot server

  3. Install client

  4. Boot client

 C. The target system for installation is the install client.

4. 

Which does a boot server provide?

  1. A PROM image downloaded to clients

  2. Internet access for ARP resolution

  3. Internet access for RARP resolution

  4. A copy of the operating system to be installed on a target host

 D. A boot server provides a copy of the operating system to be installed on a target host.

5. 

What protocol does the install server use to listen for requests to install the system from target hosts?

  1. ARP

  2. RARP

  3. ICMP

  4. HTTP

 B. The install server uses RARP to listen for requests to install the system from target hosts.

6. 

What sort of distribution is downloaded from the install server to the target host?

  1. Minix

  2. Mini root

  3. Maxi root

  4. Full

 B. A mini root distribution is downloaded from the install server to the target host.

7. 

What command would be used to install a system using JumpStart?

  1. boot net install

  2. boot net jumpstart

  3. boot jumpstart

  4. boot net js

 A. The boot  net     install command would be used to install a system using JumpStart.

8. 

What file defines a number of standard parameters for installation?

  1. sysid

  2. sysidcfg

  3. jscfg

  4. sysidjs

 B. The sysidcfg file defines a number of standard parameters for installation.

Answers

1. 

A. The install server provides all of the data and services required to install the system using JumpStart.

2. 

B. The boot server provides the RARP daemon to boot client systems that have not been installed.

3. 

C. The target system for installation is the install client.

4. 

D. A boot server provides a copy of the operating system to be installed on a target host.

5. 

B. The install server uses RARP to listen for requests to install the system from target hosts.

6. 

B. A mini root distribution is downloaded from the install server to the target host.

7. 

A. The boot net install command would be used to install a system using JumpStart.

8. 

B. The sysidcfg file defines a number of standard parameters for installation.



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