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Can any body provide Exam Cram for Solaris 9 systems administration.


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Define "provide".

If you mean tell you where to get it, I would suggest a book store.
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cramsession.com has free html versions of study guides. Or you can pay a few $ for a printable PDF copy. I've used them before and the're pretty good and represented a reasonable coverage of the SCSA exam material.

http://www.cramsession.com/certifications/sun/solaris-9-scsa.asp

You'll need to create a login for yourself (no charge). HTH

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Fine by me
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