ST0-237SymantecSymantec Data Loss Prevention 12 Technical Assessment
QUESTION: 281 You have installed the Veritas Enterprise Administrator to manage Storage Foundation 5.0. You want to manage the Veritas Enterprise Administrator from remote system using the Graphical User Interface (GUI). What services must be running on the remote system? (Select two.) A. vxconfigd B. vxservice C. vea D. vxsvc E. vxsvcctrl Answer: A, D QUESTION: 282 You have designed a tiered storage environment using ISP volumes. You have also created the disk group that will be used to hold the tiered volumes. You now want to apply the appropriate tags to the disks.What should you do? A. Use the vxdiskadm settag command with the cost option to apply appropriate tags to the disks. B. Use the vxdisk settag command with the cost option to apply appropriate tags to the disks. C. Use the vxpool settag command with the cost option to apply appropriate tags to the disks. D. Use the vxtemplate settag command with the cost option to apply appropriate tags to the disks. Answer: B QUESTION: 283 While performing a disk group joins operation, you get an error "VxVM vxdg ERROR V-5-1-2866 object: Record already exists in disk group." You want to resolve this error. How should you resolve this error? A. Change the object name in the disk group. B. Change the object name to same as disk group. C. Import a disk group and rename it. 100
D. Delete the disk group and recreate it with another name. Answer: A QUESTION: 284 In the administration of a large storage environment, you learn that files not only have differing usages at the times they are created, but that many type of files have individual life cycles. User files do not have a defined lifecycle. You want DST capabilities to manage these files. How does DST help address this issue? A. DST does not have a mechanism designed to address this issue. B. You can use DST to dynamically relocate files to reduce costs. C. You can use DST to archives files to another file server. D. You can use DST to remove unused files from the file system and speed access to remaining files.