Summary

Summary

In this chapter, we have examined some of the key concepts that underlie the Solaris Operating Environment and the SunOS Operating System. From the kernel to the shell to different file system types, Solaris provides a number of sophisticated methods for managing systems and deploying applications in the enterprise.

Questions

1. 

Which of the following best describes Solaris?

  1. Single user, single process

  2. Single user, multiprocess

  3. Multiuser, single process

  4. Multiuser, multiprocess

 D. Solaris is a multiuser, multiprocess operating system.

2. 

What is the main responsibility of the kernel?

  1. Allocating system resources to complete assigned tasks

  2. Displaying graphics using X11

  3. Managing applications

  4. Choosing the appropriate shell

 A. The main role of the kernel is to allocate system resources to complete assigned tasks.

3. 

What sort of native file system does Solaris support?

  1. A flat file system, which begins with a C:\ directory

  2. A hierarchical file system, which begins with a root directory

  3. A flat file system, which begins with a root directory

  4. A hierarchical file system, which begins with a C:\ directory

 B. Solaris supports a hierarchical file system, which begins with a root directory.

4. 

How are hardware devices logically represented on Solaris hosts?

  1. As special files

  2. As database entries

  3. As device plug-ins

  4. On the Control Panel

 A. Hardware devices are logically represented on Solaris hosts by special files.

5. 

How are processes distinguished in Solaris?

  1. By process names

  2. By command names

  3. By process IDs

  4. By session variables

 C. Processes are distinguished in Solaris by Process IDs (PIDs).

6. 

Which of the following file systems is not supported by Solaris?

  1. High Sierra

  2. Joliet

  3. UFS

  4. MS-DOS

 B. The Joliet file system is not supported by Solaris.

7. 

Which of the following subnets matches with a class B network?

  1. 255.0.0.0

  2. 255.255.0.0

  3. 0.255.255.255

  4. 255.255.255.255

 B. 255.255.0.0 is the subnet mask for class B networks.

8. 

What might the file /etc/hostname.hme0 contain (choose two only)?

  1. The hostname of interface hme0

  2. The IP address of interface hme0

  3. The netmask of interface hme0

  4. The ethernet address of interface hme0

 A, B.  /etc/hostname.hme0 might contain a hostname or IP address.

9. 

What video card bus types are supported by Solaris Intel?

  1. ISA

  2. AGP

  3. PCI

  4. All of the above

 D. Solaris Intel supports ISA, PCI, and AGP buses.

10. 

What system architecture is recommended for running a Solaris 9 system on SPARC?

  1. Sun-4

  2. Sun-3

  3. Sun-5

  4. Sun-60

 A. The Sun-4 architecture system is recommended for Solaris 9.

Answers

1. 

D. Solaris is a multiuser, multiprocess operating system.

2. 

A. The main role of the kernel is to allocate system resources to complete assigned tasks.

3. 

B. Solaris supports a hierarchical file system, which begins with a root directory.

4. 

A. Hardware devices are logically represented on Solaris hosts by special files.

5. 

C. Processes are distinguished in Solaris by Process IDs (PIDs).

6. 

B. The Joliet file system is not supported by Solaris.

7. 

B. 255.255.0.0 is the subnet mask for class B networks.

8. 

A, B. /etc/hostname.hme0 might contain a hostname or IP address.

9. 

D. Solaris Intel supports ISA, PCI, and AGP buses.

10. 

A. The Sun-4 architecture system is recommended for Solaris 9.



Part I: Solaris 9 Operating Environment, Exam I
 
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