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April 21, 2017

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Q21. CORRECT TEXT

Deny to all users except root to run cron schedule.

Answer and Explanation:

1. vi /etc/cron.allow

root

or

vi /etc/cron.deny

Write all user name to deny.

/etc/cron.allow, /etc/cron.deny file is used to control users to allow or deny. If /etc/cron.allow file is created only that users are allowed to run cron schedule. Another way to deny to users is /etc/cron.deny write all user name on single line.


Q22. CORRECT TEXT

Who ever creates the files/directories on /data group owner should be automatically should be the same group owner of /data.

Answer and Explanation:

1. chmod g+s /data

2. Verify using: ls -ld /data

Permission should be like:

drwxrws--- 2 root sysadmin 4096 Mar 16 18:08 /data

If SGID bit is set on directory then who every users creates the files on directory group owner automatically the owner of parent directory.

To set the SGID bit: chmod g+s directory

To Remove the SGID bit: chmod g-s directory


Q23. CORRECT TEXT

One Logical Volume is created named as myvol under vo volume group and is mounted. The Initial Size of that Logical Volume is 124MB. Make successfully that the size of Logical Volume 245MB without losing any data. The size of logical volume 240MB to 255MB will be acceptable.

Answer and Explanation:

1. First check the size of Logical Volume: lvdisplay /dev/vo/myvol

2. Increase the Size of Logical Volume: lvextend -L+121M /dev/vo/myvol

3. Make Available the size on online: ext2online /dev/vo/myvol

4. Verify the Size of Logical Volume: lvdisplay /dev/vo/myvol

5. Verify that the size comes in online or not: df -h

We can extend the size of logical Volume using the lvextend command. As well as to decrease the size of Logical Volume, use the lvresize command. In LVM v2 we can extend the size of Logical Volume without unmount as well as we can bring the size of Logical Volume on online using ext2online command.


Q24. CORRECT TEXT

Install the Redhat Linux RHEL 5 through NFS. Where your Server is server1.example.com having IP 172.24.254.254 and shared /var/ftp/pub. The size of the partitions are listed below:

/ à 1048

/home à 1028

/boot à 512

/var à 1028

/usr à 2048

Swap -> 1.5 of RAM Size

/document à configure the RAID Level 0 of remaining all free space.

After completing the installation through NFS solve the following questions. There are two networks 172.24.0.0/16 and 172.25.0.0/16. As well as there are two domains example.com on 172.24.0.0/16 network and cracker.org on 172.25.0.0/16 network. Your system is based on example.com domain. SELinux Must be on enforcing mode.

Answer and Explanation:

1. Insert the CD on CD-ROM and start the system.

2. In Boot: Prompt type linux askmethod

3. It will display the language, keyboard selection.

4. It will ask you for the installation method.

5. Select the NFS Image from the list

6. It will ask the IP Address, Net mask, Gateway and Name Server. Select Use

Dynamic IP Configuration: because DHCP Server will be configured in your exam lab.

7. It will ask for the NFS Server Name and Redhat Enterprise Linux Directory.

Specify the NFS Server: 172.24.254.254

Directory: /var/ftp/pub

8. After Connecting to the NFS Server Installation start in GUI. Go up to the partition screen by selecting the different Options.

9. Create the partition According to the Question because Size and what-what partition should you create at installation time is specified in your question

10. Create the two RAID partitions having equal size of remaining all free space.

11. Click on RAID button

12. Type mount point /document

13. Select RAID Level 0

14. Click on ok

15. Then select the MBR Options, time zone and go upto package selections.

It is another Most Important Time of installation. Due to the time limit, you should care about the installation packages. At Exam time you these packages are enough.

X-Window System

GNOME Desktop

(these two packages are generally not required)

Administration Tools.

System Tools

Windows File Server

FTP Servers

Mail Servers

Web Servers

Network Servers

Editors

Text Based Internet

Server Configuration Tools

Printing Supports

When installation will complete, your system will reboot. Jump for another Question.


Q25. CORRECT TEXT

Add a job on Cron schedule to display Hello World on every two Seconds in terminal 8.

Answer and Explanation:

1. cat >schedule

*/2 * * * * /bin/echo "Hello World" >/dev/tty8

3. crontab schedule

4. Verify using: crontab -l

5. service crond restart

Cron helps to schedule on recurring events. Pattern of Cron is:

Minute Hour Day of Month Month Day of Week Commands

0-59 0-23 1-31 1-12 0-7 where 0 and 7 means Sunday.

Note * means every. To execute the command on every two minutes */2.

To add the scheduled file on cron job: crontab filename

To List the Cron Shedule: crontab -l

To Edit the Schedule: crontab -e

To Remove the Schedule: crontab -r


Q26. CORRECT TEXT

Create the user named jackie, curtin, david

Answer and Explanation:

1. useradd jackie

2. useradd curtin

3. useradd david

useradd command is used to create the user. All user's information stores in /etc/passwd and user;s shadow password stores in /etc/shadow.


Q27. CORRECT TEXT

Install the Cron Schedule for david user to display "Hello" on daily 5:30.

Answer and Explanation:

Login as a root usercat >schedule.txt

30 05 * * * /bin/echo "Hello"

3. crontab -u david schedule.txt

4. service crond restart

The cron system is essentially a smart alarm clock. When the alarm sounds, Linux runs the commands of your choice automatically. You can set the alarm clock to run at all sorts of regular time intervals. Alternatively, the at system allows you to run the command of your choice once, at a specified time in the future.

Red Hat configured the cron daemon, crond. By default, it checks a series of directories for jobs to run, every minute of every hour of every day. The crond checks the /var/spool/cron directory for jobs by user. It also checks for scheduled jobs for the computer under /etc/crontab and in the /etc/cron.d directory.

Here is the format of a line in crontab. Each of these columns is explained in more detail:

#minute, hour, day of month, month, day of week, command

* * * * * command


Q28. CORRECT TEXT

Create the group named sysadmin.

Answer and Explanation:

1. groupadd sysadmin

groupadd command is used to create the group and all group information is stored in /etc/group file.


Q29. CORRECT TEXT

There are three Disk Partitions /dev/hda8, /dev/hda9, /dev/hda10 having size 100MB of each partition. Create a Logical Volume named testvolume1 and testvolume2 having a size 250MB.

Mount each Logical Volume on lvmtest1, lvmtest2 directory.

Answer and Explanation:

Steps of Creating LVM:

1. pvcreate /dev/hda8 /dev/hda9 /dev/hda10

àpvdisplay command is used to display the information of physical volume.

2. vgceate test0 /dev/hda8 /dev/hda9 /dev/hda10

àvgdisplay command is used to display the information of Volume Group.

3. lvcreate -L 250M -n testvolume1 test0

à lvdisplay command is used to display the information of Logical Volume.

4. lvcreate -L 250M -n testvolume2 test0

5. mkfs -t ext3 /dev/test0/testvolume1

6. mkfs -t ext3 /dev/test0/testvolume2

7. mkdir /lvtest1

8. mkdir /lvtest2

9. mount /dev/test0/testvolume1 /lvtest1

10. mount /dev/test0/testvolume2 /lvtest2

11. vi /etc/fstab

/dev/test0/testvolume2 /lvtest2 ext3 defaults 0 0

/dev/test0/testvolume1 /lvtest1 ext3 defaults 0 0

To create the LVM( Logical Volume Manager) we required the disks having '8e' Linux LVM type.

First we should create the physical Volume, then we can create the Volume group from disks belongs to physical Volume. lvcreate command is used to create the logical volume on volume group. We can specify the size of logical volume with -L option and name with -n option.


Q30. CORRECT TEXT

Make a swap partition having 100MB. Make Automatically Usable at System Boot Time.

Answer and Explanation:

1. Use fdisk /dev/hda à To create new partition.

2. Type n à For New partition

3. It will ask for Logical or Primary Partitions. Press l for logical.

4. It will ask for the Starting Cylinder: Use the Default by pressing Enter Key.

5. Type the Size: +100M à You can Specify either Last cylinder of Size here.

6. Press P to verify the partitions lists and remember the partitions name. Default System ID is 83 that means Linux Native.

7. Type t to change the System ID of partition.

8. Type Partition Number

9. Type 82 that means Linux Swap.

10. Press w to write on partitions table.

11. Either Reboot or use partprobe command.

12. mkswap /dev/hda?à To create Swap File system on partition.

13. swapon /dev/hda?à To enable the Swap space from partition.

14. free -m à Verify Either Swap is enabled or not.

15. vi /etc/fstab

/dev/hda? swap swap defaults 0 0

16. Reboot the System and verify that swap is automatically enabled or not.



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