For the OCA exam, you’re expected to know how you can verify the installation upon login. We reviewed the wizard screens in the sections “Reviewing the Installation Log” and “Logging In for the First Time.” Those screens detailed the accessibility, keyboard layout, and language options currently set. The remaining elements you’re expected to verify will rely on command-line tools. You’ll only need a console screen or a terminal session on the desktop to execute these commands.
You should be able to verify the following elements in a Solaris 11 system by identifying the proper command-line tool and its expected output:
System version and release
Boot disk configuration
Physical memory complement