Chapter 9. Virtual File Systems, Swap Space, and Core Dumps
The following test objectives for exam 310-202 are covered in this chapter:
Explain virtual memory concepts and, given a scenario, configure and manage swap space.
The Solaris operating environment can use disk space, called swap areas or swap space, for temporary memory storage when a system does not have enough physical memory to handle currently running processes. A system's memory requirements change, and you must be knowledgeable in swap space management in order to monitor these resources and make ongoing adjustments, as needed.
Manage crash dumps and core file behaviors.
Explain NFS fundamentals, and configure and manage the NFS server and client including daemons, files, and commands.
Troubleshoot various NFS errors.
Explain and manage AutoFS and use automount maps (master, direct, and indirect) to configure automounting.