Exam CX-310-200 objectives are covered in the following sections.
Manage File Systems
List the different types of file systems and file types in the Solaris operating environment. Understand how to add disk devices to a system and the device files associated with each disk. Understand how to use the format utility. Understand how to create, mount, and repair file systems. Understand all of the configuration files associated with managing file systems.
Describe the methods used and the sequence of steps required to perform the Solaris 10 operating environment software installation on SPARC, x64, and x86-based systems. Identify the function of the package administration commands. Understand how to install, verify, and remove operating system patches.
Perform System Boot Procedures
Understand the entire boot process with knowledge of the various configuration files and startup scripts on SPARC, x64, and x86-based systems. Understand how to use and execute boot PROM commands. Understand the role of the Solaris Management Facility (SMF) in the boot process and become familiar with the SMF related commands. Understand the function of the files or directories accessed during the boot process. Understand the commands used to change the run level of a system to a specified state.
Perform User and Security Administration
Understand all aspects of administering users and groups. Understand how to set and verify file and directory permissions.
Manage Network Printers and System Processes
Describe the purpose, features, and functionality of the print management tools available in the Solaris operating environment. Understand the LP print service directory structure, and the Solaris operating environment printing process. Understand the commands that display information for all active processes on the system. Understand the effect of sending a specified signal to a process. Understand the various methods used to terminate an active process.
Perform System Backups and Restores
Understand the functional capabilities of the various backup, archive, and restore utilities in Solaris 10. Identify the commands and steps required to back up and restore a file system. Given a specific scenario, be prepared to develop a strategy for scheduled backups, and back up an unmounted file system using the appropriate commands.