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Question No: 151 – (Topic 5)

Which statement is true about the hardware configuration for ESXi hosts participating in a virtual SAN?

  1. The hosts must have identical hardware.

  2. Each host must have at least one Solid State Drive (SSD).

  3. The hosts must have network attached storage.

  4. Each host must have a RAID Controller.

Answer: B

Question No: 152 – (Topic 5)

An administrator has configured a vSphere 5.5 test environment to evaluate the Virtual SAN feature using Automatic Mode Disk Groups. The administrator needs to disable the Virtual SAN cluster while preserving the virtual machines running on that cluster.

The administrator has already installed a vSphere 5.5 Client on a Windows 7 desktop and also has access to the vSphere 5.5 Web Client.

What should the administrator do to disable the Virtual SAN?

  1. Use Storage vMotion to migrate the virtual machines to another datastore then use the vSphere 5.5 Client to disable the Virtual SAN.

  2. Use Storage vMotion to migrate the virtual machines to another datastore then use the vSphere 5.5 Web Client to disable the Virtual SAN.

  3. Use the vSphere 5.5 Client to disable the Virtual SAN, which will automatically migrate the virtual machines via the Storage DRS feature.

  4. Use the vSphere 5.5 Web Client to disable the Virtual SAN, which will automatically migrate the virtual machines via the Storage DRS feature.

Answer: B

Question No: 153 – (Topic 5)

A vSphere administrator has created a Virtual SAN Cluster with Automatic Mode Disk Groups. The cluster includes three ESXi hosts contributing one SSD and six SAS disks each. The administrator has four new ESXi hosts that boot from a fiber channel array and have no local disks attached. These four new hosts need additional shared storage but there is insufficient space on the fiber channel array. The hardware budget is limited.

What can the administrator do to provide the needed storage for the lowest cost?

  1. Add the four new hosts to the Virtual SAN Cluster and use the existing storage in the cluster.

  2. Add an SAS RAID controller to each of the new hosts. Attach one SSD and six SAS disks to each RAID controller and then add the four hosts to the Virtual SAN cluster.

  3. Add the four new hosts to the Virtual SAN Cluster and contribute the fiber channel disks to the Virtual SAN.

  4. Add the four new hosts to the Virtual SAN Cluster and change to Manual Mode Disk Groups.

Answer: A

Question No: 154 – (Topic 5)

A customer needs a datastore to be seen across multiple vSphere clusters with applications inside of the virtual machines that must detect the physical characteristics of the storage device.

Which type of virtual disk meets this requirement?

  1. A virtual disk on a VMFS datastore

  2. A raw device mapped disk in virtual compatibility mode

  3. A raw device mapped disk in physical compatibility mode

  4. A virtual disk on an NFS datastore

Answer: C

Question No: 155 – (Topic 5)

An administrator needs to prevent two virtual machines from running on the same host at any time.

Which DRS rule should the administrator apply?

  1. vm-to-vm affinity

  2. vm-to-host affinity

  3. vm-to-vm anti-affinity

  4. vm-to-host anti-affinity

Answer: C

Question No: 156 – (Topic 5)

A vSphere administrator needs to enable Distributed Resource Scheduling (DRS) in an existing vSphere environment:

  • The environment contains a High Availability (HA) cluster with eight ESXi hosts.

  • Six ESXi hosts are not in a cluster.

  • DRS should be used on as many hosts as possible.

  • Initial placement of virtual machines should be automatically performed.

  • Migration recommendations should be provided, but not performed without approval. Which procedure should the administrator perform to accomplish this task?

    1. Select the datacenter and create a DRS cluster. Add the six remaining hosts to this cluster, then enable DRS. Edit the DRS settings and change the automation level to Partial.

    2. Select the existing HA cluster. Add the six remaining hosts to the cluster. Enable DRS, then edit the settings and change the automation level to Manual.

    3. Select the datacenter and create a DRS cluster. Add the six remaining hosts to this cluster, then enable DRS. Edit the DRS settings and change the automation level to Manual.

    4. Select the existing HA cluster. Add the six remaining hosts to the cluster. Enable DRS, then edit the settings and change the automation level to Partial.

    Answer: D

    Question No: 157 – (Topic 5)

    An organization#39;s wants to ensure that if a host in a High Availability (HA) cluster fails, critical virtual machines resume operation even if there are insufficient resources to continue to run all virtual machines in the cluster.

    Which HA setting should be configured to ensure the cluster operates as expected?

    1. VM restart priority

    2. Admission Control policy

    3. VM monitoring sensitivity

    4. das.checkVmStateDelay

    Answer: A

    Question No: 158 – (Topic 5)

    A vSphere administrator needs to reconfigure the Distributed Power Management (DPM) threshold to be more aggressive.

    Where should the administrator edit the settings of DPM in the vSphere Web Client?

    1. DPM plug-in settings

    2. Cluster settings

    3. ESXi host power settings

    4. vCenter Service Status

    Answer: B

    Question No: 159 – (Topic 5)

    An administrator has created a Virtual Flash Read Cache and needs to add a total 2TB of capacity to the cache. The administrator has a total of six SSD disks to add, but is unable to add one of the disks.

    What is a likely cause of the problem?

    1. The SSD device size is less than 256GB.

    2. The SSD device size is greater than 4TB.

    3. The SSD device is a local disk.

    4. The SSD device contains existing data.

    Answer: B

    Question No: 160 – (Topic 5)

    A DRS cluster has been created with the following specifications:

  • All mission critical virtual machines are in the root resource pool.

  • All other virtual machines are placed into two child pools based on medium or low priority.

  • The two child pools contain adequate resources needed by the medium and low priority virtual machines.

  • The two child pools are reserving 35% of the total available resources of the cluster.

    What is the advantage of leaving the mission critical virtual machines in the root resource pool?

    1. The root resource pool has immediate access to new physical resources added to the cluster.

    2. Virtual machines placed in the root resource pool have a higher vMotion priority in DRS.

    3. Transparent Memory Page Sharing in the root resource pool has a higher weight than in child pools.

    4. Virtual machines placed in the root resource pool have higher default share values.

    Answer: A

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