Summary

Summary

The OpenBoot PROM monitor is one of the outstanding features of the SPARC architecture. It allows a wide range of system parameters to be configured using a high-level programming language that is independent of the installed operating system. A wide range of diagnostic and testing applications are included with OpenBoot.

Questions

1. 

How can the default boot device be set to CD-ROM from the OpenBoot PROM monitor?

  1. setenv boot-device cdrom

  2. set boot-device cdrom

  3. set boot cdrom

  4. setenv bootdevice cdrom

 A. The setenv command must be used in conjunction with the boot-device variable for the token cdrom.

2. 

How can the default boot device be set to disk from the OpenBoot PROM monitor?

  1. setenv boot-device disk

  2. set boot-device disk

  3. set boot disk

  4. setenv bootdevice disk

 A. The setenv command must be used in conjunction with the boot-device variable for the token disk.

3. 

How can the default boot device be set to net from the OpenBoot PROM monitor?

  1. setenv boot-device net

  2. set boot-device net

  3. set boot net

  4. setenv bootdevice net

 A. The setenv command must be used in conjunction with the boot-device variable for the token net.

4. 

How can the default boot device be set to tape from the OpenBoot PROM monitor?

  1. setenv boot-device tape

  2. set boot-device tape

  3. set boot tape

  4. setenv bootdevice tape

 A. The setenv command must be used in conjunction with the boot-device variable for the token tape.

5. 

How can the default boot device be set to floppy from the OpenBoot PROM monitor?

  1. setenv boot-device floppy

  2. set boot-device floppy

  3. set boot floppy

  4. setenv bootdevice floppy

 A. The setenv command must be used in conjunction with the boot-device variable for the token floppy.

6. 

How can a reconfiguration boot be performed from the OpenBoot PROM monitor?

  1. boot -configure

  2. boot -configure

  3. boot -reconfigure

  4. boot -r

 D. The boot command must have the -r (reconfigure) option passed.

7. 

How can a manual boot be performed from the OpenBoot PROM monitor?

  1. boot -manual

  2. boot -man

  3. boot -a

  4. boot -m

 C. The boot command must have the -a (manual) option passed.

8. 

How can the system clock be tested from the OpenBoot PROM monitor?

  1. watch-time

  2. watch-clock

  3. test-clock

  4. test-time

 B. The watch-clock command can be used to `watch` the system clock.

9. 

How can the network connection be tested from the OpenBoot PROM monitor?

  1. watch-network

  2. watch-net

  3. test-net

  4. test-network

 B. The watch-net command can be used to `watch` the packets on the primary network interface.

10. 

How can a reconfiguration boot be performed from a shell?

  1. touch /reconfigure; init 6

  2. init 5

  3. shutdown

  4. startup

 A. You must create the /reconfigure file before giving the reboot command.

Answers

1. 

A. The setenv command must be used in conjunction with the boot-device variable for the token cdrom.

2. 

A. The setenv command must be used in conjunction with the boot-device variable for the token disk.

3. 

A. The setenv command must be used in conjunction with the boot-device variable for the token net.

4. 

A. The setenv command must be used in conjunction with the boot-device variable for the token tape.

5. 

A. The setenv command must be used in conjunction with the boot-device variable for the token floppy.

6. 

D. The boot command must have the -r (reconfigure) option passed.

7. 

C. The boot command must have the -a (manual) option passed.

8. 

B. The watch-clock command can be used to "watch" the system clock.

9. 

B. The watch-net command can be used to "watch" the packets on the primary network interface.

10. 

A. You must create the /reconfigure file before giving the reboot command.



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