Summary

Summary

In this chapter, we’ve examined the physical and logical layout of Solaris file systems, and how file systems can be created and configured. We also reviewed the differences between Solaris SPARC and Solaris Intel file systems, and examined how to mount file systems once they’ve been formatted.

Questions

1. 

What command would be used to create the mount point /work?

  1. mkpoint /work

  2. mkmountpoint /work

  3. touch /work

  4. mkdir /work

 D. The mkdir command creates mount points.

2. 

On a SPARC system, which partition is traditionally located on slice 0?

  1. /

  2. swap

  3. /export

  4. /opt

 A. Slice 0 contains the / file system.

3. 

On a SPARC system, which partition is traditionally located on slice 1?

  1. /

  2. swap

  3. /export

  4. /opt

 B. Slice 1 contains the swap file system.

4. 

On a SPARC system, which partition is traditionally located on slice 3?

  1. /

  2. swap

  3. /export

  4. /opt

 C. Slice 3 contains the /export file system.

5. 

On a SPARC system, which partition is traditionally located on slice 5?

  1. /

  2. swap

  3. /export

  4. /opt

 D. Slice 5 contains the /opt file system.

6. 

What device file identifies slice 0 of disk 0, controller 0 at SCSI target ID 3?

  1. /dev/dsk/c0t3d0s0

  2. /dev/dsk/c3t0d0s0

  3. /dev/dsk/c0t0d0s3

  4. /dev/dsk/c0t3d0s3

 A.  /dev/dsk/c0t3d0s0 identifies slice 0 of disk 0, controller 0 at SCSI target ID 3.

7. 

Which of the following is not a valid option under the format menu?

  1. disk

  2. slice

  3. partition

  4. format

 B. Slice is not a valid option for format.

8. 

What command could be used to determine whether any processes have open files on the /export/home partition?

  1. fuser -c /export/home

  2. lofiam -c /export/home

  3. stat -c /export/home

  4. openfile -c /export/home

 A. The fuser command determines whether any processes have open files on the /export/home partition.

9. 

What command unmounts all user file systems (excluding /, /proc, /usr, and /var)?

  1. unmount

  2. unmountall

  3. umountall

  4. mount –f

 C. The umountall command unmounts all user file systems (excluding /, /proc , /usr, and /var).

10. 

What command mounts all file systems defined in /etc/vfstab?

  1. mount

  2. mount –all

  3. mountall

  4. umountall

 C. The mountall command mounts all file systems defined in /etc/vfstab .

Answers

1. 

D. The mkdir command creates mount points.

2. 

A. Slice 0 contains the / file system.

3. 

B. Slice 1 contains the swap file system.

4. 

C. Slice 3 contains the /export file system.

5. 

D. Slice 5 contains the /opt file system.

6. 

A. /dev/dsk/c0t3d0s0 identifies slice 0 of disk 0, controller 0 at SCSI target ID 3.

7. 

B. Slice is not a valid option for format.

8. 

A. The fuser command determines whether any processes have open files on the /export/home partition.

9. 

C. The umountall command unmounts all user file systems (excluding /, /proc, /usr, and /var).

10. 

C. The mountall command mounts all file systems defined in /etc/vfstab.



Part I: Solaris 9 Operating Environment, Exam I
 
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