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Hi all:
 Can anyone show me some web site that has a lot of Solaris administrator interview questions. Or any questions you have been asked during unix SA interview.
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If your employeer has a budget for such stuff, you might consider the Brainbench Employment Assessments (http://www.brainbench.com/xml/bb/employers/aboutassess.xml)
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