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Question ID 3615

How are operating system updates distributed in the Oracle Solaris 11 environment?

 

Option A

A.    Updates are only available to customers with an active support contract. The updates are distributed through the My Oracle Support web portal and installed in a central location. All software packages are then updated manually from the command line using the smpatch command.
 

Option B

B.    Patches are download from http: //support.oracle.com either automatically or manually. All software packages are then updated manually from the command line using the smpatch or patchadd commands.
 

Option C

C.    Software updates are published as packages to a repository. All software packages are then updated manually from the command line using the pkg command.
 

Option D

D.    Software updates, published as packages to an OS image. All software packages are then updated manually from the command line using the pkg command.

Correct Answer C
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Update Date and Time 2016-02-18 17:20:10

Question ID 3616

User jack, whose account is configured to use the korn shell, logs in and examines the value of his PATH environment variable:
jack@solaris: echo $PATH
/usr/gnu/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin
There is a shell script in jack's home directory called useradd: -r-xr-xr-x 2 jack other 1239 2012-01-05 11:42 useradd
While in his home directory, jack attempts to run the script: jack@solaris: useradd
What will happen, and why?
 

Option A

A.    He will get a "file not found" error, because the current directory is not in his seaech path.
 

Option B

B.    He will get a "file not found" error, because his home directory is not in his search path.
 

Option C

C.    The useradd script will execute, because jack is in the same directory that the script is located in.
 

Option D

D.    The command /user/sbin/useradd will execute, because it is the last match in the search path.
 

Option E

E.    The command /user/sbin/useradd will execute, because it is the first match in the search path.
 

Correct Answer D
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Update Date and Time 2016-02-18 17:20:48