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VMware Certified Professional on vSphere 5

Question No: 161 – (Topic 5)

A vSphere administrator observes a problem with the Virtual SAN Cluster Setting as shown:

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Which action should the administrator take on the vmkernel portgroup on all hosts used by Virtual SAN cluster to resolve this problem?

  1. Select the Virtual SAN traffic option

  2. Increase the MTU value

  3. Change the DNS server address

  4. Increase the Port Speed

Answer: A

Question No: 162 – (Topic 5)

A vSphere administrator needs to temporarily disable DRS on a cluster containing a resource pool hierarchy.

Which procedure should the administrator follow to preserve the resource pool hierarchy while DRS is disabled?

  1. Move the resource pool hierarchy out of the cluster prior to disabling DRS.

  2. Save the resource pool hierarchy to the administrator#39;s local machine prior to disabling DRS.

  3. Backup the vCenter Server database and restore the database after re-enabling DRS.

  4. Create a new cluster and move the resource pool hierarchy to the new cluster prior to disabling DRS.

Answer: B

Question No: 163 – (Topic 5)

What is not a supported method for increasing the availability of a vCenter Server virtual machine?

  1. vSphere High Availability

  2. vSphere Fault Tolerance

  3. vCenter Server Heartbeat

  4. Site Recovery Manager

Answer: B

Question No: 164 – (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: 165 – (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

    Question No: 166 – (Topic 5)

    A vSphere administrator needs to add more space to an existing 3-node Virtual SAN cluster. The attempts to add the new host to the cluster as a contributing member have failed. However, it can be added as a non-contributing member.

    The host was previously used in a single host configuration. The administrator recently upgraded the host from ESXi 5.1 to 5.5 prior to adding it to the cluster.

    What is the reason for this failure?

    1. The only SSD disk in the new host was formatted with a VMFS datastore.

    2. The new host has a 10Gbps NIC while the rest of the cluster members have 1Gbps NICs.

    3. The RAID controller in the new host does not have enough cache for the Virtual SAN datastore.

    4. The new host#39;s VMFS datastores do not have sufficient capacity to be added as a contributing member.

    Answer: A

    Question No: 167 – (Topic 5)

    Which two statements accurately describes step that are taken to recover a virtual machine using vSphere Replication? (Choose two.)

    1. A recovery is initiated from the target site.

    2. A recovery is initiated from the source site.

    3. Upon recovery, the virtual machine is automatically attached to it#39;s configured network.

    4. Upon recovery, the virtual machine must be manually attached to a network.

    Answer: A,D

    Question No: 168 – (Topic 5)

    An administrator needs to configure vFlash Read Cache to improve performance. What would benefit the most from enabling vFlash Read Cache?

    1. Virtual machines replicated with vSphere Replication

    2. Web Server virtual machines

    3. Database virtual machines

    4. Virtual machines migrated using Storage vMotion

    Answer: B

    Question No: 169 – (Topic 5)

    The vSphere administrator needs to migrate a virtual machine from one ESXi 5.5 host to another ESXi 5.5 host. The virtual machine has a virtual disk that is stored in local storage.

    Assuming only the vSphere Essentials licensing is in place, which technique should the administrator use to accomplish the migration?

    1. vMotion migration

    2. Cold migration

    3. Enhanced vMotion migration

    4. Storage vMotion migration

    Answer: B

    Question No: 170 – (Topic 5)

    The load is high on a HA/DRS cluster. DPM is enabled. A vSphere administrator determines that hosts are NOT powering on automatically to support the load.

    Which configuration would result in this condition?

    1. VM-to-VM or VM-to-Host DRS rules have been configured that restrict where some VMs

      can be moved.

    2. DPM has been set to the most Conservative threshold.

    3. Some of the virtual machines have been removed from HA consideration by the vSphere administrator.

    4. DRS is set to Manual Automation.

    Answer: D

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