xSeries--Windows-2000-Installation-Performance-Optimization-(000-674).pdf - IBM 000-674 xSeries Windows 2000 Installation\/Performance Optimization

XSeries--Windows-2000-Installation-Performance-Optimization-(000-674).pdf

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000-674 IBM xSeries - Windows 2000 Installation/Performance Optimization
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D. As more CPUs are installed in a Cascades system, memory bandwidth becomes the bottleneck. Answer: D QUESTION: 63 Considering how Intel Xeon MP hyper-threading technology affects the total number of CPUs recognized by an operating system, what determines the maximum number of processors recognized by Windows 2000 Advanced Server? A. The BIOS level of the server B. Hyper-threading set "ON" in BIOS C. 8 is the Windows 2000 Advanced Server license limit D. 2, 4, 6 or 8 CPUs maximum, depending on the number licensed with the NOS Answer: C QUESTION: 64 When running Windows 2000 Advanced Server on a server with 8 GB installed memory, what affect does configuring application memory tuning have on how memory is allocated to the system? 28
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A. The system will allocate 3GB to the application and 1 GB to the OS (3+1) B. The system will allocate 2 GB to the application and 2 GB to the OS (2+2) C. The system will allocate 6 GB to the application and 2 GB to the OS (6+2)
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