Introduction to Linux I Chapter 24

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  1. Question ID 634

    Which of the following are mount options used for disk quotes?

    (choose two)

    • usrquota
    • groupquota
    • userquota
    • grpquota
  2. Question ID 635

    In which file are mount options placed to support disk quotas?

    • /etc/mount
    • /etc/ftab
    • /etc/mtab
    • /etc/fstab
  3. Question ID 636

    How can you use quotas to limit the number of files a user can create?

    • By setting an inode limit
    • By setting a stat limit
    • By setting an object limit
    • By setting a node limit
  4. Question ID 637

    Which command produces a list of users of groups and their quota statistics?

    • warnquota
    • quotarpt
    • repquota
    • quota
  5. Question ID 638

    If you want to enable or disable the enforcement of quotas, as administrator you can use _____ and _____.

    (choose two)

    • quotaon
    • quotauncheck
    • quotacheck
    • quotaoff
  6. Question ID 639

    Which command is used to create or update the quota database files?

    • quotactl
    • quotadb
    • dbquota
    • quotacheck
  7. Question ID 640

    To be able to modify a user’s quotas with a non-interactive command, you can use:

    • quota
    • edquota
    • setquota
    • sedquota
  8. Question ID 641

    By default, the edquota command will use which editor?

    • gedit
    • joe
    • vi
    • emacs
  9. Question ID 642

    To view an individual’s quota usage, an administrator can use:

    • quotactl
    • stat
    • quota
    • sedquota
  10. Question ID 643

    With disk quotas you can limit:

    (choose two)

    • How many files a user can use in a filesystem
    • What permissions can be placed on files in a filesystem
    • What type of files a user can have in a filesystem
    • How much space a user can use in a filesystem
  11. Question ID 644

    Which of the following filesystems are good choices to implement disk quotas:

    (choose two)

    • The /tmp filesystem
    • The /home filesystem
    • The /bin filesystem
    • The /usr filesystem
  12. Question ID 652

    The first step to creating a disk quota is:

    • Edit the /etc/fstab file
    • Use the quotaon command
    • Reboot the system
    • Use the edquota command
  13. Question ID 653

    When added to the /etc/fstab file, the userquota option will:

    • Allow for both user and group quotas in the filesystem
    • Result in an error message, since userquota is an invalid option
    • Allow for user quotas in filesystem
    • Allow for group quotas in the filesystem
  14. Question ID 654

    Which command will remount the /data filesystem using the option from the /etc/fstab file?

    • mount -o remount /dev/sda1 /data
    • mount -o remount /data
    • mount -o mount /data
  15. Question ID 655

    To create both user and group quota databases with the quotacheck command, use the ___ and ___ options.

    (choose two)

    • -a
    • -g
    • -u
    • -i
  16. Question ID 657

    The quotacheck command creates databases with which names?

    (choose two)

    • aquota.group
    • aquota.user
    • group.quota
    • user.quota
  17. Question ID 659

    Which of the following are true about soft limits?

    (choose two)

    • A user cannot exceed a soft limit
    • Soft limits can only be applied to blocks, not the number of inodes
    • A warning will appear on the screen if a user reaches the soft limit
    • The grace period starts once the soft limit is reached
  18. Question ID 660

    Which of the following are true about hard limits?

    (choose two)

    • The grace period starts once the hard limit is reached
    • Hard limits can only be applied to blocks, not the number of inodes
    • A user cannot exceed a hard limit
    • An error will appear on the screen if a user reaches the hard limit
  19. Question ID 663

    If a user has exceeded the block soft quota and the grace period has expired, what happens?

    • Nothing, the user can still continue to use files as normal
    • The question is invalid because users cannot exceed block soft quota limits
    • The user will lose data, as files will be deleted automatically by the kernel.
    • The soft limit becomes a hard limit until the user goes below the soft limit again
  20. Question ID 914

    The ____ option can be used with the edquota command to copy the quota limits from one user account to another.

    • -u
    • -d
    • -p
    • -c
  21. Question ID 915

    To have the quotacheck create or update all quota databases, use the ___ option.

    • -a
    • -u
    • -g
    • -o
  22. Question ID 916

    Which command will display the block size of a filesystem?

    • showe2fs
    • displaye2fs
    • tune2fs
    • printe2fs
  23. Question ID 917

    Which option to the df command displays the number of inodes in a filesystem?

    • -i
    • -I
    • –ino
    • -nodes
  24. Question ID 918

    Which option to the df command displays the size of a filesystem in “human readable” format?

    • -g
    • No option will provide this feature
    • -h
    • -human
  25. Question ID 919

    Which option to the edquota command allows you to modify grace periods?

    • -p
    • -t
    • -w
    • -u
  26. Question ID 920

    Which option to the quotaon command displays which filesystems have quotas turned on for?

    • -fs
    • -f
    • -p
    • -w
  27. Question ID 921

    You can display current filesystem space usage with the _____ command.

    • ls
    • dw
    • df
    • du

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