Introduction to Linux I Chapter 21

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  1. Question ID 694

    Which file provides persistent mapping of block devices to mount points?

    • /etc/blk.map
    • /etc/blk.id
    • /etc/fstable
    • /etc/fstab
  2. Question ID 695

    Which two arguments may the mount command require, in order to mount a filesystem?

    (choose two)

    • The filesystem size
    • The device pathname
    • A directory pathname
    • The filesystem type
  3. Question ID 696

    If you want to unmount a partition, which command should you use?

    • dismount
    • unmount
    • umount
    • mount
  4. Question ID 697

    If the command you used to unmount a partition fails, which commands can you use to check what is keeping the partition busy?

    (choose two)

    • chkdsk
    • lsof
    • partchk
    • fuser
  5. Question ID 698

    What commands can display a list of mounted file systems?

    (choose two)

    • mount
    • lspt
    • fdisk
    • df
  6. Question ID 699

    The first field in the /etc/fstab file is used to specify:

    • The fsck order
    • The dump level
    • The mount options
    • The filesystem type
    • The device to mount
    • The mount point
  7. Question ID 700

    The second field in the /etc/fstab file is used to specify:

    • The file system type
    • The device to mount
    • The mount point
    • The dump level
    • The mount options
    • The fsck order
  8. Question ID 701

    The third field in the /etc/fstab file is used to specify:

    • The fsck order
    • The dump level
    • The mount options
    • The filesystem type
    • The mount point
    • The device to mount
  9. Question ID 702

    The fourth field in the /etc/fstab file is used to specify:

    • The dump level
    • The mount options
    • The mount point
    • The filesystem type
    • The fsck order
    • The device to mount
  10. Question ID 703

    The fifth field in the /etc/fstab file is used to specify:

    • The fsck order
    • The mount options
    • The device to mount
    • The filesystem type
    • The mount point
    • The dump level
  11. Question ID 704

    The sixth field in the /etc/fstab file is used to specify:

    • The mount options
    • The dump level
    • The device to mount
    • The filesystem type
    • The mount point
    • The fsck order
  12. Question ID 710

    Which of the following will mount an ISO file named cdrom.iso?

    • mount -t ufs cdrom.iso /mnt
    • mount -o loopback cdrom.iso /mnt
    • mount -o loop cdrom.iso /mnt
    • mount -t cdrom cdrom.iso /mntb
  13. Question ID 711

    Which of the following is not a reason why the umount command may fail?

    • There is an executable file running that is located within the filesystem
    • There is a file open that is located within the filesystem
    • There are symbolic links to files within the filesystem
    • A user has a directory within the filesystem as their current working directory
  14. Question ID 716

    A mount point is:

    • An empty directory that is used to access a filesystem
    • A partition
    • A way to specify mount options
    • A device name used for mounting
  15. Question ID 718

    Which mount option will remount a currently mounted filesystem?

    • mount -o reset
    • mount -o remount
    • mount -o mount
    • mount -o reload
  16. Question ID 722

    What does the mount option ro dev mean if placed in the fourth field /etc/fstab file?

    • Mount the filesystem as read-only and permit device files
    • Nothing, there is no dev mount option
    • Mount the filesystem as read-only and don’t permit device files
    • Nothing, the option is invalid because a space is not permitted between options
  17. Question ID 723

    Which command will describe the mount options available for different filesystems?

    • mount –options
    • mount -a
    • mount –list
    • man mount
  18. Question ID 943

    Which mount option mounts a filesystem allowing both reading and writing?

    • ro
    • raw
    • rw
    • readwrite
  19. Question ID 944

    Which mount option mounts a filesystem allowing reading only?

    • ronly
    • readonly
    • ro
    • rw
  20. Question ID 945

    Which mount option mounts a filesystem allowing executable files?

    • ex
    • noexec
    • execute
    • exec
  21. Question ID 946

    Which mount option mounts a filesystem allowing suid files?

    • suid
    • suidset
    • allowsuid
    • setsuid
  22. Question ID 947

    Which df command option displays file type?

    • -T
    • -t
    • -F
    • -f
  23. Question ID 948

    Which option to the fuser command displays verbose information about filesystem activity?

    • -i
    • -v
    • -info
    • -ver
  24. Question ID 949

    Which option to the fuser command displays attempts to stop all processes using the filesystem?

    • -s
    • -k
    • -w
    • -p
  25. Question ID 950

    Which command will display UUIDs?

    • id
    • setid
    • blkid
    • displayid
  26. Question ID 951

    Which command will create disk labels on an ext3 filesystem?

    • label
    • e2label
    • ext3label
    • elabel
  27. Question ID 952

    Which option will mount a filesystem using the default mount options?

    • standard
    • defaults
    • default
    • all
  28. Question ID 953

    Which value do you place in the dump field of the /etc/fstab for pseudo-filesystems?

    • 2
    • 0
    • 3
    • 1
  29. Question ID 954

    Which value do you place in the fsck field of the /etc/fstab file for pseudo-filesystems?

    • 3
    • 2
    • 1
    • 0

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