Question 19 which description of an import operation

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Question: 19Which description of an import operation in Cisco UCS Manager is true?A. You can perform an import while the system is up and running.B. You can import only a configuration file that was exported from the same Cisco UCS Manager.C. You can import a configuration from a higher release to a lower release.D. You can schedule an import operation.Answer: AExplanationExplanation/Reference:Explanation:You can perform an import while the system is up and running.You can import any configuration file that was exported from Cisco UCS Manager. The file does not needto have been exported from the same Cisco UCS Manager. You cannot schedule an import operation.
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You cannot import configuration from a higher release to a lower release.Question: 20When a configuration change requires a reboot, which policy specifies how Cisco UCS manager shouldproceed?
ExplanationExplanation/Reference:Explanation:Use the Maintenance Policy to specify how Cisco UCS Manager should proceed for configurationchanges that will have a service impact or require a server reboot. Values for the Maintenance Policycan be "immediate", "user- ack", or "timer automatic". The best practice is to not use the "default"policy, and instead to create and use Maintenance Policies for either "user- ack" or "timer automatic",and to always have these as elements of the Service Profile or Service Profile Template definition.servers-unified-computing/ucs-manager/whitepaper_c11-697337.htmlQuestion: 21You are creating service profiles for a Cisco UCS system by using the service profile wizard. You discoverthat you forgot to create the UUID pool.What should you do?
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(Optional) If you want to create a new UUID Suffix pool to use in this service profile, click Create UUIDSuffixPool and complete the fields in the Create UUID Suffix Pool wizard.

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