Summary

Summary

In this chapter, we have examined how to perform preinstallation planning, and how to estimate the amount of disk space requirements for installation. In addition, we have walked through how to perform a Web Start Wizard installation, and how to configure a Solaris system for first time operation. These techniques must be employed whenever a Solaris system is installed.

Questions

1. 

Which of the following Solaris 9 installation types requires the greatest amount of disk space?

  1. Entire Distribution without OEM Support

  2. Entire Distribution plus OEM Support

  3. Developer System

  4. End User System

 B. Entire Distribution plus OEM Support requires the greatest amount of disk space.

2. 

The acronym SPARC stands for which of the following names?

  1. Super Processor ARChitecture

  2. Super Processor Adaptable Recurrent Computation

  3. Scalable Processor ARChitecture

  4. Special ARChitecture

 C. SPARC stands for Scalable Processor ARChitecture.

3. 

What are the main advantages of the SPARC architecture (choose two only)?

  1. A high-speed bus

  2. Fastest available CPU speeds

  3. Fast I/O performance

  4. Compatibility with Intel CPUs

 A, C. The SPARC architecture features a high-speed bus and fast I/O performance.

4. 

Which of the following SPARC systems are supported under Solaris 9 (choose two only)?

  1. SPARCclassic

  2. SPARCstation LX

  3. SPARCstation 1

  4. SPARCstation 2

 A, B. SPARCclassic and SPARCstation LX are supported under Solaris 9.

5. 

What is the minimum amount of RAM required to run Solaris 9?

  1. 16MB

  2. 32MB

  3. 96MB

  4. 128MB

 C. 96MB is the minimum amount of RAM required to run Solaris 9.

6. 

Which is a valid physical device for /pci@1f,0/pci@1,1/ide@3/dad@0,0?

  1. /dev/dsk/c0t0d0

  2. /dev/dsk/c0t0d1

  3. /dev/dsk/c1t0d0

  4. /dev/dsk/c0t1d0

 A. /dev/dsk/c0t0d0 is a valid physical device for /pci@1f,0/pci@1,1/ide@3/dad@0,0.

7. 

What is a hostname?

  1. A network name that identifies a group of hosts

  2. A special username that has superuser privileges

  3. A unique name that is associated with a system

  4. A network name that identifies an entire network

 C. A hostname is a unique name that is associated with a system.

8. 

What is an IP address?

  1. A network address that identifies a group of hosts

  2. A number that is used to locate hosts on the same local subnet

  3. A unique name that is associated with a system

  4. A network number that identifies a single host

 D. An IP address is a network number that identifies a single host.

9. 

What is a domain name?

  1. An IP address that identifies a group of hosts

  2. A number that is used to locate hosts on the same local subnet

  3. A unique name that is associated with a system

  4. A network name that identifies a group of hosts

 D. A domain name is a network name that identifies a group of hosts.

10. 

What is a subnet mask?

  1. An IP address that identifies a group of hosts

  2. A number that is used to locate hosts on the same local subnet

  3. A unique name that is associated with a system

  4. A network name that identifies a group of hosts

 B. A subnet mask is a number that is used to locate hosts on the same local subnet.

11. 

What is a root password?

  1. An authentication token for the superuser

  2. A hacking tool used to crack low-level accounts

  3. A password that cannot be used to gain indirect access to the nobody account

  4. A network name that identifies a group of hosts

 A. A root password is an authentication token for the superuser.

12. 

What is DHCP?

  1. A protocol for permanently assigning IP addresses to hosts

  2. A protocol for leasing IP addresses to hosts

  3. A method for invoking superuser privileges

  4. A protocol for identifying a group of hosts

 B. DHCP is a protocol for leasing IP addresses to hosts.

Answers

1. 

B. Entire Distribution plus OEM Support requires the greatest amount of disk space.

2. 

C. SPARC stands for Scalable Processor ARChitecture.

3. 

A, C. The SPARC architecture features a high-speed bus and fast I/O performance.

4. 

A, B. SPARCclassic and SPARCstation LX are supported under Solaris 9.

5. 

C. 96MB is the minimum amount of RAM required to run Solaris 9.

6. 

A. /dev/dsk/c0t0d0 is a valid physical device for /pci@1f,0/pci@1,1/ide@3/dad@0,0.

7. 

C. A hostname is a unique name that is associated with a system.

8. 

D. An IP address is a network number that identifies a single host.

9. 

D. A domain name is a network name that identifies a group of hosts.

10. 

B. A subnet mask is a number that is used to locate hosts on the same local subnet.

11. 

A. A root password is an authentication token for the superuser.

12. 

B. DHCP is a protocol for leasing IP addresses to hosts.



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