Introduction to Linux I Chapter 22 Exam Answer 2016

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1. Which of the following is true about the fsck command?

  • It should only be executed on unmounted filesystems
  • It should only be executed on mounted filesystems
  • It can only be used to fix ext2 filesystems
  • It can only be used to fix ext3 filesystems

2. The fsck utility uses which file to determine a filesystem type?

  • /etc/fsck
  • /etc/system
  • /etc/fstab
  • /etc/fsck.config

3. If the _____ file exists, then filesystem checks are forced during the boot process.

  • /fsck
  • /forcefsck
  • /autofsck
  • /forcechk

4. Which command will allow you to determine where the backup superblock is for a filesystem?

  • dumpe2fs
  • superblk
  • e2fsck
  • fsck

5. In which directory are “missing” files placed by the fsck utility?

  • missing
  • tmp
  • fsck
  • lost+found

6. Which option to the fsck command will answer “yes” to all queries?

  • -y
  • -Y
  • -n
  • -N

7. Which option to the fsck command will answer “no” to all queries?

  • -y
  • -N
  • -n
  • -Y

8. Which option to the fsck command forces a system check?

  • -F
  • -f
  • -FF
  • -ff

9. Which option to the fsck command will allow you to specify the filesystem type?

  • -F
  • -t
  • -T
  • -f

10. Which option to the e2fsck command allows you to specify an alternative superblock?

  • -b
  • -a
  • -d
  • -c

11. Missing files don’t have their original file names, instead they are named with their _____ number?

  • device
  • GID
  • UID
  • inode

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