Explanation QUESTION NO 106 The function of journaling in the Mac OS Extended

Explanation question no 106 the function of

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Explanation: QUESTION NO: 106 The function of journaling in the Mac OS Extended (Journaled) file system is to ________. A. provide a backup of user files B. provide support for Spotlight searches C. protect volume integrity in cases of unexpected shutdown D. provide support for resource forks, extended attributes, and metadata Answer: C Explanation: Apple 9L0-511 Exam "Pass Any Exam. Any Time." - 46
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QUESTION NO: 107 You are an admin user, and have enabled the Ignore Volume Ownership option for an externalFireWire hard disk. What will happen the next time a standard user attempts to mount the disk? Explanation: QUESTION NO: 108 Review the screenshots of a file's permissions, as seen in Finder and from Terminal, and thenanswer the question below.NOTE: The specific privileges identified in the Info window below have been deliberately blurred,as they are not relevant to this question. Why are Kim's permissions to the file, Report.rtf, NOTvisible in the Terminal listing?"Pass Any Exam. Any Time." - 47 Apple 9L0-511 Exam
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Explanation: QUESTION NO: 109 In Mac OS X v10.6, a user's Public folder contains a Drop Box folder. How do the defaultpermissions for the Drop Box folder permit users other than the owner to interact with the folder?
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