Solaris 10 Administrator Assessment


Solaris 10 Administrator Assessment

Skills Assessment

This Solaris 10 Administrator assessment is meant to test the skill and aptitude of test takers that use Solaris 10 on a regular basis. This test covers a broad range of categories, including installation, configuration, performance monitoring and tuning, as well as features introduced in Solaris 10. This assessment is appropriate for beginner and intermediate administrators that have used Solaris 10 for a year or more.


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How does it work?
Total Questions 45
Question Types Multiple Choice
Competencies Tested Startup and Shutdown
Admin Tools
System Management
Managing System Performance
Tasks Tested Boot Options
Installation checklist
Run Levels
Targeted Disk Discovery
Disable Services
Installing the Solaris OS
Password Syntax Rules
Toolbox Editor
Console Trust Store Password
Global String Substitution and Input Output Redirection
Management Tools
All Active and Installed Zones
Locating Altered Files
Archive Larger Than 4 Gbytes
Utility Used to Bind Interrupts
Global String Substitutions with Sed
Audit Property for the Java Web Console
At Jobs
Reinitialize Automounts
Crontab File for Nfsfind Script Execution
Processor Information Command
NIS Master for the NIS Slaves
Delete Files and Subdirectories
Solaris Management Console Support
Console Server
Reporting Printer Status
Finding Large Files
System Management Command
Usernames Guidelines
Start/Stop Web Server
Crontab File for Performance Data Collection
Local Zone Setup
System Accounting
Users and Groups
ZFS Features
NFS Mountpoint
Command to Show System Events Since Last Boot
Display Information After Process Termination
Troubleshooting a Heartbeat Alert
Command for Changing Process Priority
Process Commands
Buffer Activity Command
Sendmail Services
Performance Monitoring Commands