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SUSE Certified Administrator in Enterprise Linux 15 Questions and Answers

Question 1

Which command would you run to create an updated initial file system, if your server hardware requires additional drivers to be available for the Kernel at boot up?

Options:

A.

modinitd

B.

mkinitrd

C.

newinitfs

D.

makeinitfs

E.

updinitrd

Question 2

What command would be used to add new physical volumes to an existing volume group?

Options:

A.

vgextend

B.

vSadd

C.

pvmodify

D.

pvadd

E.

pvextend

F.

vgmodify

Question 3

Which directory contains the initrd file?

Options:

A.

/loader/grub

B.

/startup/grub2

C.

/boot/grub2

D.

/loader

E.

/boot

F.

/startup

Question 4

Which type of files are used for inter-process communications? (Choose two)

Options:

A.

Array

B.

Pipe

C.

udev

D.

Redirect

E.

Block

F.

Character

G.

Socket

Question 5

What does the term "action* mean when referring to system logging in SUSE Linux Enterprise?

Options:

A.

An action defines where a log message ends up such as in a regular file or database table.

B.

An action is used to define the severity of a log message.

C.

An action is used to filter out desired log messages for processing.

D.

An action is a process that the issuing facility must go through before issuing the log message.

Question 6

Which UID does the root user have?

Options:

A.

0

B.

001

C.

100

D.

1001

E.

The root user does not have an ID assigned

Question 7

Which file contains information about secondary groups on the system?

Options:

A.

/etc/second.grp

B.

/var/share/group

C.

etc/sysconflg/group

D.

/etc/group

E.

/var/lib/group

Question 8

What does the file /etc/hosts provide?

Options:

A.

Local name resolution

B.

The hostname of this system

C.

A list of DNS servers to use

D.

List of domains to search

E.

List of routes to take to remote hosts

Question 9

What are the three permissions available on posix file systems? (Choose three)

Options:

A.

Read

B.

Sharable

C.

Edit

D.

Change

E.

User

F.

All

G.

Write

Question 10

In the scripts subdirectory under your home directory there is a file named tstparse.sh. You want to set an Extended ACL so thejsmith user has all permissions to just this file. Which command will accomplish this?

Options:

A.

setacl -a user:jsmith:rwx -/scripts/tstparse.sh

B.

extacl -a user=jsmith:rwx -/scripts/tstparse.sh

C.

modacl user=jsmith:rwx -/scripts/tstparse.sh

D.

setfacl -m u:jsmith:rwx -/scripts/tstparse.sh

Question 11

Which file should be edited to make sure a file system is mounted each time a system boots?

Options:

A.

/mnt/fstab

B.

/etc/fstab

C.

/etc/sysconfig/fstab

D.

/etc/sysconfig/storage/fstab

E.

/var/Ub/fstab

Question 12

Which statements regarding subvolumes in a BtrFS filesystem are true (Choose two)

Options:

A.

Every subvolume on a BtrFS filesystem must have the same quota if quotas are implemented.

B.

Even though subvolumes in BtrFS appear to be subdirectories, subvolumes can be mounted separately. The -o sub=

C.

Every subvolume on a BtrFS fiLesystem must have a name that begins with the "@" character.

D.

Multiple virtual filesystems can be created inside the BtrFS filesystem.

Question 13

When using the nice command, which of the following is the higher priority, -15 or 7?

Options:

A.

7

B.

-15

C.

Neither since the values are not within the acceptable range. \

D.

It depends on the system priority set by the scheduler when the task was launched.

Question 14

Which statement is true regarding VFS?

Options:

A.

VFS is a set of ANs designed for BtrFS to provide portability.

B.

VFS is a high-performance journaling file system format used by default by YaST and parted.

C.

VFS is an abstraction layer in the kernel that provides the same interface to applications and the user, regardless of which file system format is used.

D.

VFS is a translation layer to allow applications written for ext2 and ReiserFS to run on ext4 file systems.

E.

VFS is a translation layer to allow applications to run on mobile platforms.

Question 15

Which commands could you use to determine the proper syntax for the cp command? (Choose three)

Options:

A.

mancp cp

B.

cp--help

C.

info cp

D.

info --cp help

E.

help cp

F.

doc -cp

G.

display cp

Question 16

After the Kernel has been loaded during the boot process, which component will handle hardware detection?

Options:

A.

udev

B.

devmgr

C.

initramfs

D.

hal

E.

devfsd

Question 17

What does the following command allow you to do? alias endear"

Options:

A.

You can type clear to run the c command.

B.

You can type c to run the clear command.

C.

Nothing, since there is not a command named alias.

D.

It launches a second Login Shell and allows you to rename the clear command to just c.

E.

It allows you to rename the clear command to just c and then deletes the clear command.

Question 18

Which file lists each user's home directory and login shell?

Options:

A.

/etc/sysconfig/homedir

B.

/var/userenv

C.

/var/sysconf/userenv

D.

/var/9hare/userenv

E.

/etc/password

F.

/etc/passwd

Question 19

Which statements about log file rotation are true? (Choose two)

Options:

A.

Configuration files in the /etc/logrotate.d/ directory can override settings in /etc/logrotate.conf.

B.

The /etc/logrotate.conf file controls which log files will be compressed or deleted based on some regular interval or when the log file reaches a particular size.

C.

The /etc/cron.daily/logrotate file controls which log files will be compressed or deleted based on some regular interval or when the log file

reaches a particular size.

D.

Configuration files in the /etc/logrotate.d/ directory can override settings in /etc/cron.daily/logrotate.

E.

The /usr/sbin/logrotate program is used to create and configure settings in the /etc/logrotate.conf file.

Question 20

You want ensure an ext3 filesystem is checked every 50 times it is mounted. Which command would you use?

Options:

A.

dumpe2fs

B.

mkfs

C.

fdisk -o

D.

tune2fs

Question 21

What does the (x) permission on a directory mean?

Options:

A.

Nothing - the execute permission cannot be assigned to a directory.

B.

The export permission on a directory means that directory can be mounted by a remote server.

C.

The exclude permission on a directory means that the directory will not be displayed by the Is command.

D.

The execute permission on a directory means you can use the cd command to change into the directory.

E.

The exclude permission on a directory means that the files in the directory are hidden.

F.

The examine permission on a directory means that you can see the directory's contents.

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