Why is the nice command failing?

Correct Answer for the following Question is given below View the output below. As oracle user, you run the following command on your Oracle Linux 6 system:[[email protected] ~ ] $[[email protected] ~] $ nice – – 10 ./myscript.sh &[1] 2735[[email protected] ~] $ nice: cannot set niceness: permission deniedWhy is the nice command failing?Only a privileged user … Read more

Which option will allow you to download until you have coordinated with the program’s current users. Which option will allow you to download the latest version of the RPM package, but not install it?

Correct Answer for the following Question is given below Your 32-bit i686 architecture system in registered with the Oracle Unbreakable Linux Network. RPM package example -1 .0.0-1 is already installed and the application is used constantly. You want to download the latest version of the example RPM package. You do not want to install the … Read more

Which configuration file would you edit to make these changes?

Correct Answer for the following Question is given below Your Oracle Linux system has two network interfaces – eth0 and eth1. You have to change the netmask and the IP address of the eth1 network interface. Which configuration file would you edit to make these changes?The “/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0” file holds the network configuration for the “eth0” … Read more

Which option determines whether a system users NIS, local files, DNS, or a combination as the source of information, and also order of the source?

Correct Answer for the following Question is given below Which option determines whether a system users NIS, local files, DNS, or a combination as the source of information, and also order of the source?The Name Service Switch (NSS) configuration file, /etc/nsswitch.conf, is used by the GNU C Library to determine the sources from which to … Read more

Which two files will these changes be written into?

Correct Answer for the following Question is given below As a system administrator, you run the system-config-network tool and make changes to the configuration. You change the hostname and the DNS search path settings. Which two files will these changes be written into? Question: Which two files will these changes be written into? Options: “/etc/sysconfig/network” … Read more

Which statement describes the purpose of this command?

Correct Answer for the following Question is given below As a root user, you executed the following command on your Oracle Linux 6 server:[[email protected]] # strace – o /tmp/diag.out sh diag.shWhich statement describes the purpose of this command?* strace – trace system calls and signalsIn the simplest case strace runs the specified command until it … Read more

Which two statements describes the capabilities of Oracle Manager Ops Center product?

Correct Answer for the following Question is given below Which two statements describes the capabilities of Oracle Manager Ops Center product?Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center 12c is a foundational offering in the Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c solution. It introduces unique capabilities to strengthen Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c’s ability to establish, manage, and support enterprise quality … Read more

Which statement is correct?

Correct Answer for the following Question is given below Examine the following commands:# groupadd project# mkdir /usr/share/project# chown -R root.project /usr/share/project# qpasswd -a scott project# qpasswd -a foo project# chmod 2775 /usr/share/projectBased on the commands, which statement is correct? Question: Which statement is correct? Options: Any new file created in the /usr/share/project folder by user … Read more

Which command will help you configure this requirement?

Correct Answer for the following Question is given below On your Oracle Linux 6 system, you have to configure the eth0 network interface to 100 MB/sec, half duplex without trying to autonegotiate. Which command will help you configure this requirement?When I have a device that is acting up, I tend to run: ethtool ethX, check … Read more