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As a late-stage exam preparation tool, the Solaris 10 CX-310-200 and CX-310-202 Cert Flash Cards Online, provides a concise review of all objectives on the Solaris CX-310-200 and the CX-310-202 exams. Cert Flash Cards Online consist of a custom flash card application loaded with 300 questions for the exams.
The questions are organized by objective and sub-objective, allowing you to focus your study on selected topics. You can customize the set of cards you receive. You can choose to view cards in order or at random, and you can create custom sets from the entire bank of cards. Once the bank is chosen, you view questions, test yourself, and then view answers. You can even take notes on each question and then print out a comprehensive list of those notes, aligned to the questions and correct answers for later review and study.
These robust features make this a truly unique learning tool:
These fact-filled flash cards allow you to get all-important information at a glance, helping you focus your study on areas of weakness and to enhance memory retention of essential exam concepts.
Chapter 1 Managing File Systems
Chapter 2 Installing the Solaris 10 Operating Environment
Chapter 3 Performing System Boot and Shutdown Procedures
Chapter 4 User and Security Administration
Chapter 5 Managing System Processes
Chapter 6 Managing the LP Print Service
Chapter 7 Performing System Backups and Restorations
Chapter 1 The Solaris Network Environment
Chapter 2 Virtual File Systems, Swap Space, and Core Dumps
Chapter 3 Managing Storage Volumes
Chapter 4 Controlling Access and Configuring System Messaging
Chapter 5 Naming Services
Chapter 6 Solaris Zones
Chapter 7 Advanced Installation Procedures: JumpStart, Flash Archive, and PXE
Chapter 8 Advanced Installation Procedures: WAN Boot and Live Upgrade
Chapter 9 Administering ZFS File Systems
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