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off the remaining memory down to the next lower multiple of 4 MB.
Which two methods would you use to boot to a nondefault runlevel? (Choose two.)
A. Specify the runlevel in the rc#.d directory.
B. Specify the runlevel as an argument for the inittab file.
C. Specify the runlevel in the chmod command.
D. Specify the runlevel at startup by using the boot loader program.
E. Specify the runlevel in the init command.
You have the following entry in the /etc/fstab file:
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/ dev/hda5 /opt ext3 data=writeback 1 0
What is true about the data=writeback part of the entry with respect to the ext3 file
A. The entry changes the run level to single-user mode.
B. The entry specifies a tuning parameter for asynchronous input/output (I/O).
C. The entry resizes the file system.
D. The entry sets the journaling level so that the changes to the file system data as well as
the metadata are logged.
E. The entry sets the journaling level so that only the changes to the file system metadata
You are working in a Linux 32-bit processor environment with 4 GB RAM. You need to
increase the size of System Global Area (SGA) from the maximum of 1.7 GB up to 2.7
GB by lowering the memory base and relocating SG
A. Which three actions would you
perform to increase the SGA size? (Choose three.)
A. As user root , lower mapped _ base for the Linux shell used to start up and shut down
B. As user oracle , modify ksms.s and relink Oracle executable.
C. As user root , modify the shmmin kernel parameter to increase the minimum size of
the shared memory segment.
D. As user root , modify ksms.o and relink Oracle executable.
E. As user root , configure bigpages.
F. As user root , modify the shmmax kernel parameter to accommodate the entire SGA.
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