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Unix Administration (AIX) Test

Our UNIX Administration (AIX) test measures your knowledge of administering IBM's version of UNIX. This test covers general UNIX questions; we recommend individuals seeking to certify their core UNIX skills complete our UNIX Administration (General) test. Designed for experienced systems administrators, this test will assess your knowledge of Troubleshooting, User Maintenance, Volume Management, Backup and Restore, Mounting and Dismounting, SMIT, Startup/Shutdown Scripts, System Initialization, Application of Filesets updates, Device Configuration, Non-root Volume Group, Software fixes, and Installation Assistant.



Scope of the online Unix Administration (AIX) Test

Backup and Restore
Commands
File and System Backups
File and System Restores
File System
Creating and Expanding
Manipulating
Mounting and Dismounting
Page Space Allocation
Installation
Base Operating System
Filesets and Bundles
OS Upgrade
Software
Software Fixes
Network Management
Concepts
Daemons and System Resource Control
Domain Naming System (DNS)
Network File System (NFS)
Performance Tuning
Enhancements
Kernel Tuning
System Statistic Gathering
Print
Job Management
Print Server Configuration
Queue Management
Security
Hardening the OS
Role Based Access Control (RBAC)
Tools and Commands
Troubleshooting
Error Logging
Event Tracing
Hardware Diagnostics
System Dumps
User Maintenance
Groups
Profiles
Resource Limits
User Accounts
Volume Management
Logical
Physical
Volume Group

Duration

40 minutes.

Assessment Method of Questions

Multiple choice questions

Each question has between 2 and 8 options out of which 1 or more may be correct.

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