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Unix Administration (HP) Test

Our UNIX Administration (HP) test measures your knowledge of the Hewlett Packard's implementation 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 administrators, this test covers the following topics: Devices, File and File Systems, Managing System Resources, SAM, Security, System Administration, TCP/IP Network, Troubleshooting, and User Accounts.



Scope of the online Unix Administration (HP) Test

Devices
Characteristics
Device Addressing
Drivers
Identification & Current Configuration
Installation
LVM
Files & File Systems
Access Control Lists (ACL)
Backup & Restoring
Changing Filename Sizes
File Ownership
Mounting & Dismounting
Types
Managing System Resources
Administrative Commands
Kernel Reconfiguration
Managing Swap Space
Monitoring System Load & Memory
OS Patch Management
Process Control
Process Queues
Process Types & Attributes
Software Management
System Recovery
SAM
Enhanced Security
General Principles
Specific Tasks
Security
Logs
Password Files
System Reviews
System Administration
Initialization Scripts
Maintaining Printers
Shell Programming
Shutdown
Spooler Concepts
Start-up
TCP/IP Network
Hardware Components
Managing the Network & Logging
Network Security
NFS/Automounter
Remote X/CDE
Troubleshooting
Applications
Processes
System
User Accounts
Adding & Removing Users
Device Access
Groups

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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Related Professions

Web Administrator (BCIP), Information Security Administrator, UNIX System Administrator, Systems Architect

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