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Unformatted text preview: te Answer: A QUESTION 101: You require large memory pages to be enabled on boot up of an enterprise Linux distribution. Which set of steps would you use to configure large memory pages? A. Add the following line in the root.sh file: bigpages=<size>MB Set the mapped_base file to the value 268435456: echo 268435456 > /proc/<pid>/mapped_base B. Add the following line in the lilo.conf file: bigpages=<size>MB Set the shm-use-bigpages file to contain the value 2: echo 2 > /proc/sys/kernel/shm-use-bigpages C. Add the following line in the bootloader configuration file: bigpages=<size>MB Set the mapped_base file to the value 268435456: echo 268435456 > /proc/<pid>/mapped_base D. Add the following line in the root.sh file: bigpages=<size>MB Set the shm-use-bigpages parameter to the value 0: echo 0>/proc/sys/kernel/shm-use-bigpages E. Add the following line in the bootloader configuration file: bigpages=<;size>;MB Add the following line in the /etc/sysctl.conf file: kernel.shm-use-bigpages = 2 Answer: E QUESTION 102: Which three statements about the shmmax parameter are true? (Choose three.) A. should be equal to or larger than the largest System Global Area (SGA) on the system B. specifies the maximum size of the swap C. limits the size of the shared memory segments D. affects the kernel settings E. defines the maximum number of shared memory segments across the system F. sets the shared memory values only when a new shell is invoked Answer: A,C,D Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-036 QUESTION 103: What does high input/output (I/O) statistics on the swap partition indicate? A. I/O issue first, then CPU issue B. disk I/O issue only C. memory issue first, then I/O issue D. CPU issue first, then I/O issue E. memory issue first, then CPU issue Answer: C QUESTION 104: Which three tools can you use to automate the database startup process? (Choose three.) A. Xconfigurator B. ldd C. chkconfig D. redhat-config-services E. ke...
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