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Question 1

While a system administrator is checking the TCP/IP connectivity between two systems with the traceroute command, the administrator found Fragmentation required messages in the traceroute output.

What is the likely reason for these messages?



Answer : C

The source system is using Jumbo Frames and the target is using the default MTU size. Fragmentation required messages can appear in traceroute output when the Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) size of the source and target systems are different. In this case, the source system is using a larger MTU size (Jumbo Frames) than the target system (default MTU size). As a result, the router gateway must fragment the data packets in order for them to reach their destination. This is why the fragmentation required messages appear in the traceroute output. Reference: IBM AIX v7 Administrator Specialty Study Guide.


Question 2

A customer added paging space and needs to activate it automatically after the next reboot. Which command should the administrator issue?



Answer : D

The mkps command creates a paging space and activates it when the system is rebooted. This is explained in the IBM AIX v7 Administrator Specialty Study Guide, under the topic 'Creating and Activating a Paging Space'.


Question 3

A client is running multiple AIX, IBM i and Linux partitions on an IBM Power E980 system. Which command allows the administrator to check the number of processors, amount of memory, and list the devices on the AIX partition?



Question 4

A system administrator includes the values RES TIMEOUT=1 and RES_RETRY=1 in the /etc/environment file. What is the effect of this change?



Question 5

Which logical volume Mirror Write Consistency policy should an AIX V7.2 administrator use to achieve the data consistency between mirrors?



Answer : C

The superstrict mirror write consistency policy is the most reliable policy for achieving data consistency between mirrors in AIX V7.2. This policy will maintain the data consistency between mirrors by writing the data to both mirrors before the write operation is acknowledged as complete. Reference: IBM AIX v7 Administration Specialty Study Guide (section 10.6.2, pp. 651-652).


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