On Wed, Aug 27, 2008 at 11:46 AM, Kae Verens <kae at verens.com> wrote:
> Conor Wynne wrote:
>>> Who exactly can remember port numbers for services without checking? OK,
>> would know a good lot, but what about iscsi?
>> I think its 3260 but who actually cares in REAL life?
>>>> ish ;-) my answer would be "grep iscsi /etc/services"
>>> agreed - what's the point of remembering a port number when the only time
> you'll be asked to use that knowledge is when you are at a computer, in
> which case you can easily find it out.
I failed my VCP because of this -- yet I have been supporting esx since
2.5.0... think I know it pretty well at this stage...
Questions like, what is the maximum allowed (by the installer) partion for
???? Who fscking cares, the installer PREVENTS you from setting it too
Can you remove components from a running vm? .... try it, it WONT LET YOU DO
Multiple choice questions piss me off something special.
You can choose one or four, or all four, I always fail them as I think they
are trying to trick me. AGHH :-)
Rant over. back to the RHCE / LPI fight fest.
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