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Where can I find Brain Dumps or some good questions that people put together for the Solaris 2.6 Exam  310-007. I have searched all over the net and haven't found a thing.
Appreciate any help.
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There is some examples at Sun site, this is the address, not allot but it may help

http://suned.sun.com/usa/cert_test.html

regards.
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