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050-720 : SUSE Certified Linux Administrator 11 : Part 03

  1. You do not want to see any error messages when using the find command; you want to see only the results. Which command accomplishes this task?

    • find /etc -name “*conf” 0>/dev/null
    • find /etc -name “*conf” 1>/dev/null
    • find /etc -name “*conf” 2>/dev/null
    • find /etc -name “*conf” 3>/dev/null
  2. What is the result of the following command? (Choose 2.)
    dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/hdd bs=512 count=1

    • Overwrites an existing partition table
    • Creates a LVM partition of 512 blocks
    • Backs up the /dev/zero and /dev/hdd files
    • Writes zeros in the first 512 bytes of the first hard disk block
    • Assigns the physical volume zero to the logical volume hdd
  3. Which command can you use to check an ext2/ext3 file system for a correct superblock, faulty data blocks, or faulty allocation of data blocks?

    • df
    • du
    • fdisk
    • e2fsck
    • reiserfsck
  4. Which command creates the .depend.boot, .depend.start, and .depend.stop files in /etc/init.d/?

    • init
    • insserv
    • mkinitrd
    • mkreiserfs
  5. SIMULATION

    When SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 starts, some boot messages scroll by on the screen quickly. What is the name of the file in /var/log/ where these messages are stored?

    • /var/log/boot.msg
  6. Which statements about the LVM components are correct? (Choose 2.)

    • A volume group is part of a logical volume.
    • Logical volumes are grouped in a master group.
    • A volume group always consists of one physical volume.
    • A physical volume can be a partition or an entire hard disk.
    • A volume group can be reduced in size by removing physical volumes.
    • The operating system accesses the volume groups like conventional physical partitions.
  7. Which RAID level is described by the following sentence? This level improves the performance of your data access; however, it does not provide redundancy.

    • RAID 0
    • RAID 1
    • RAID 4
    • RAID 5
    • RAID 6
  8. You want to view the last 20 lines of the /var/log/messages file and any new lines that are subsequently added by syslog to this file. Which command would you use?

    • tail -20f /var/log/messages
    • end -20f /var/log/messages
    • less -20f /var/log/messages
    • follow -20 /var/log/messages
  9. Which command would you use to start the xeyes program in the background?

    • xeyes &
    • xeyes &&
    • bg | xeyes
    • xeyes -bg
    • xeyes | bg
    • xeyes > bg
  10. To which process does the process ID 1 always belong?

    • init
    • boot
    • cron
    • X server
    • kernel (vmlinuz)
  11. You can schedule jobs to be executed by cron in several ways. Which directories are used for scripts that are to be executed at regular intervals? (Choose 2.)

    • /etc/cron.d/
    • /etc/crontabs/
    • /etc/cron.daily/
    • /var/spool/cron/tabs/
  12. Which statement about an incremental backup is correct?

    • The use of incremental backups is limited to backups on tapes.
    • To restore an incremental backup, you need the last incremental backup only.
    • To restore an incremental backup, you need the last full backup and the last incremental backup that was made since the last full backup.
    • The amount of data that needs to be backed up with each incremental backup depends only on the amount of data changed the last incremental backup.
  13. What is the key characteristic of the root account?

    • The user name root
    • The User ID (UID) 0
    • The Security Identifier (SID)
    • The Universally Unique Identifier (UUID)
  14. Which command shows you the default shell of a user?

    • w user
    • id user
    • who user
    • finger user
  15. Which options are PAM module types that can be used in a PAM configuration file? (Choose 4.)

    • key
    • auth
    • card
    • account
    • session
    • password
  16. How do you activate an ACL when mounting a file system manually?

    • mount –acl /dev/hda5 /data
    • mount -f acl /dev/hda5 /data
    • mount -o acl /dev/hda5 /data
    • mount –use-acl /dev/hda5 /data
  17. You have a test directory with the following permissions: rwx—— You want to change the permissions to the following values: r-xr-xr-x. Which command accomplishes this?

    • chmod 777 test
    • chmod a=rx test
    • chmod u=rx,a-rx test
    • chmod u+w,g+rx,o+rx test
  18. What does the following line of the sudo configuration file mean? geeko ALL = /sbin/shutdown

    • All users are allowed to shut down the computer.
    • It allows the user geeko to shut down the computer.
    • All users (except geeko) are allowed to shut down the computer.
    • User geeko is allowed to shut down the computer with name ALL.
    • All users of the computer with the name geeko are allowed to shut down the computer.
  19. You have a test directory with the following permissions: rwx—— You want to change the permissions to the following values: r-xr-xr-x. Which command accomplishes this?

    • chmod 777 test
    • chmod u=rx,a-rx test
    • chmod u-w,g+rx,o+rx test
    • chmod u+w,g+rx,o+rx test
  20. What does the following command do? tar -tzvf /tmp/backup.tgz etc/HOSTNAME

    • It extracts the etc/HOSTNAME file from the /tmp/backup.tgz archive.
    • It includes the etc/HOSTNAME file in the /tmp/backup.tgz archive.
    • It produces an error message because the options are in the wrong sequence.
    • It displays a line similar to the following, but otherwise does nothing: -rw-r–r– root/root 23 2005-03-11 14:20 etc/HOSTNAME