A system administrator needs to halt a zone. Which two commands properly shut down a zone? (Choose two.)
You are setting up local zones on your system. Once they are set up, you want to check that the daemons that are required by the zones are working.
Which two daemon are started when the zone is booted? (Choose two.)
Once a zone is installed, which three resource types can be added without requiring the zone to be reinstalled? (Choose three.)
Which two functions can the administrative user in a local zone perform? (Choose two.)
You update the /etc/syslog.conf file to modify message facility settings.
Which two options cause the syslogd daemon to reread /etc/syslog.conf to enable the settings without
requiring a reboot to the system? (Choose two.)
Your etc/syslog.conf configuration file contains the line:
mail.debug ifdef(`LOGHOST’, /var/log/syslog, @loghost)
Which three are correct statements about this entry? (Choose three.)
Commands can be listed in multiple profiles with different attributes.
Additionally, the system takes the default profiles into account.
What is the algorithm the Solaris system uses to determine the attributes of an executable?
Given the command and output:
# profiles -l testrole
/etc/init.d/audit euid=0, egid=3
And given the fact that testrole executes commands with a profile shell.
With what effective UID and real UID will the /usr/sbin/auditd program be started?
Which two commands assign the user1 user the handyman role? (Choose two.)
You type the command:
# rolemod -A solaris.grant -P "Network Admin" operator
What is the result?