Summary

Summary

In this chapter, we’ve examined how to configure and install a NFS cache, which can be used to significantly increase the speed of access to files on a remote NFS server. In addition, we examined how to review the performance of a cache, and delete it if necessary.

Questions

1. 

What is the command used to create a cache?

  1. cfscreate

  2. cfsadmin

  3. cfsmake

  4. newfs

 B. The cfsadmin command can create new caches.

2. 

What is the command used to delete a cache?

  1. cfscreate

  2. cfsadmin

  3. cfsmake

  4. newfs

 B. The cfsadmin command can delete existing caches.

3. 

What is the command used to check cache status?

  1. cfscreate

  2. cfsadmin

  3. cfsmake

  4. newfs

 B. The cfsadmin command can check cache status.

4. 

What is the command used to check cache statistics?

  1. cachestat

  2. cachecheck

  3. checkcache

  4. cachefsstat

 D. Cache statistics are not checked by cfsadmin - cachefsstat is required.

5. 

Which of the following commands can be used to monitor the performance of a caching file system?

  1. cachefsstat

  2. cachestat

  3. statcache

  4. cfsstats

 A. The cachefsstat command can be used to monitor cache performance.

Answers

1. 

B. The cfsadmin command can create new caches.

2. 

B. The cfsadmin command can delete existing caches.

3. 

B. The cfsadmin command can check cache status.

4. 

D. Cache statistics are not checked by cfsadmincachefsstat is required.

5. 

A. The cachefsstat command can be used to monitor cache performance.



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