HH0-300 Hitachi Hitachi Data Systems Certified Expert (R) Replication solutions architect
QUESTION: 97 Which statement accurately describes RTO? A. RTO indicates the time required to recover or fail over network operations. B. RTO describes the age of the data you want the ability to restore in the event of a disaster. C. RTO is the amount of data which must be restored to the predetermined RPO after an outage. D. RTO is the period of time after an outage in which the systems and data must be restored to the RPO Answer: D QUESTION: 98 A customer has chosen a low-cost carrier for their telecommunications link that will be used for replication. The customer expects that infrequent outages may occur. The customer requires a minimum of one consistent copy at the recovery site at all times. Which two statements describe the customer's requirement for remote point-in-time copies? (Choose two.) A. Point-in-time copies are required with Hitachi Universal Replicator to ensure data consistency while the journal drains following the outages. B. Point-in-time copies are required with TrueCopy to ensure data consistency while the pairs resynchronize following the outages. C. Point-in-time copies are not required with Hitachi Universal Replicator to ensure data consistency while the journal drains following the outages. D. Point-in-time copies are not required with TrueCopy to ensure data consistency while the pairs resynchronize following the outages. Answer: B, C QUESTION: 99 A customer notices poor performance with the ShadowImageS-Vols that reside on an externalized HUS 150. They have not noticed any problems with internal ShadowImageS- Vols. Which system option mode (SOM) and setting should you verify?
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- Fall '20
- Data Management, Fibre Channel, Hitachi Universal Replicator