Exam notes, Why?
I need to write things down for tomorrows exam or else I won't make it. :-\
If the installation failed, you can review the installation log at /system/volatile/install_log. If the installation succeeded, you can find the log at /system/volatile/install_log before you reboot the system or at /var/sadm/system/logs/install_log after you reboot.
- x64, anything in the HCL
- SPARC, T and M series, OBP 4.17
Steps in the graphic installer
- Time Zone
Verifying the install
Hostname System version and release Boot disk configuration Physical memory complement Network service configuration * Network interface configuration
Verifying network install
The network services physical:default and physical:nwam (Network Auto-Magic) provide for static and dynamic IP configuration, respectivly. Both can be disabled.
- 0) Firmware
- 1) System administrator
- 2) Multiuser (allows remote connections)
- 3) Multiuser with services
- 4) Unspecified
- 5) Shutdown and power off
- 6) Reboot
- S) Single user
# beadm Usage: beadm subcommand cmd_options subcommands: beadm activate beName beadm create [-a] [-d description] [-e non-activeBeName | beName@snapshot] [-o property=value] ... [-p zpool] beName beadm create beName@snapshot beadm destroy [-fF] beName | beName@snapshot beadm list [[-a] | [-d] [-s]] [-H] [beName] beadm mount beName mountpoint beadm rename beName newBeName beadm unmount [-f] beName
dladm object names
- zonecfg, creates and configure zones
- zoneadm, installs, powers on/off zones
- zlogin, allows you to login into the zone
The milestones that can be specified at boot time are: none single-user multi-user multi-user-server * all
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Here are the exam answers... http://www.aiotestking.com/oracle/what-is-the-correct-setting-of-umask-and-where-should-it-be-set-to-allow-jack-to-create-a-shell-script-using-the-vi-editor-that-is-executable-by-default/