QUESTION: 83 A save file named SAVE in library QGPL contains only .bin files saved from an IFS directory. Assuming the necessary parent directories are present, how can the administrator restore the .bin files to a new directory named DIR 1? A. Restore the .bin files using the RSTSAVFDATA FILE (QGPL/SAVE) OBJ((‘*ALL’ INCLUDE ‘/DIR1’)B. Restore the .bin files using the command RST DEV(‘/QSYS.LIB/QGPL.LIB/SAVE.FILE’) OBJ((‘*ALL’ ‘INCLUDE‘/DIR’)).C. Use the DSPSAVF command to rind out the OLDDIRECTORY directory name, then restore the bin files using the command RST DEV(‘/QSYS.LIB/QGPL.LIB/SAVE.FILE’) OBJ((‘/OLDDIRECTORY’ INCLUDE ‘/DIR1’)).D. Change the current directory to DIR1, use theDSPSAVF command to find out the OLDDIRECTORY directory name, then restore the .bin files using the command RST DEV(‘/QSYS.LIB/QGPL.LIB/SAVE.FILE’) QBJ(‘/OLDDIRECTORY’ INCLUDE)).
Answer: C QUESTION: 84 After installation of Licensed internal code (LIC) and the base operating system, the administrator IPLs with “B Normal”. After the IPL completes, the administrator received the following message when attempting to complete the installation: CPF3D8F: Cannot install library QGPL. What is wrong and whatmust the administrator do to continue the installation? A QUESTION: 85 An administrator is upgrading 5 partitions on a single system to a new IBM i release. The IBM i partitions share a tape library configured with one drive per partition. There is one DVD drive on the system shared by the all the partitions. The maintenance window is long enough to upgrade at mostone partition using DVD media. Which approach allows the administrator to complete all the upgrades within the maintenance window?