QUESTION 82 Can you change the scheduling class of a zone's processes to FSS without rebooting? A. No. Set the zone's scheduling-class attribute to FSS and reboot.
Free VCE and PDF Exam Dumps from PassLeader1Z0-822 Exam Dumps 1Z0-822 Exam Questions 1Z0-822 VCE Dumps 1Z0-822 PDF Dumps B. No. Run dispadmin -d FSS inside the zone, then reboot. C. No. Run dispadmin -d FSS in the global zone, then reboot the nonglobal zone. D. Yes. Run dispadmin -d FSS inside the zone. E. Yes. Run priocntl -s -c FSS -i all inside the zone. Answer: E Explanation:* Syntax: priocntl -s [-c class] [class-specific options] [-i idtype] [idlist] * The priocntl command displays or sets scheduling parameters of the specified process(es). It can also be used to display the current configuration information for the system's process scheduler or execute a command with specified scheduling parameters. Processes fall into distinct classes with a separate scheduling policy applied to each class. The process classes currently supported are the real-time class, time-sharing class, interactive class, fair-share class, and the fixed priority class. * priocntl options include: -c class Specifies the class to be set. (The valid class arguments are RT for real-time, TS for time- sharing, IA for inter-active, FSS for fair-share, or FX for fixed-priority.) If the specified class is not already configured, it is automatically configured. -s Sets the scheduling parameters associated with a set of processes. QUESTION 83 Which is the result of the following command? # zfs send -i dpool/sales/[email protected]dpool/sales/[email protected]A QUESTION 84 Consider the following: [email protected]:~# pkg publisher PUBLISHER TYPE STATUS URI solaris origin online What does "origin" in the TYPE column say about the package repository? B QUESTION 85
Free VCE and PDF Exam Dumps from PassLeader1Z0-822 Exam Dumps 1Z0-822 Exam Questions 1Z0-822 VCE Dumps 1Z0-822 PDF Dumps How many Network Configuration Units (NCUs) are required to configure a working Network Configuration Profile (NCP)? 0 1 2 3 C