You trace the errors back to a single drive using a vendors event tool Which

You trace the errors back to a single drive using a

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bus errors. You trace the errors back to a single drive using a vendor's event tool. Which two would correct this? (Choose two.) A. You should pull the drive out immediately and replace it to prevent data corruption on the RAID set. B. Soft SCSI bus errors can be safely ignored as they do not actually denote any service requirements. C. You should research the error to determine the impact and proper response including the vendor in these discussions. D. Review the logs from the array to identify if there is a pattern of large numbers of these SCSI errors. A large number of these SCSI bus errors may denote a predictive failure. Answer: C, D QUESTION: 96 A client has four servers they want to attach to a storage array containing 16 ports. Which topology is the most cost effective for this situation? A. star B. mesh C. point-to-point D. switched Fabric Answer: C QUESTION: 97 The customer currently has 50 servers and 20 direct-attached storage arrays and wants to consolidate their data on a SAN. They want to be able to rapidly add storage and servers with 31 30
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S10-300 minimal impact to data availability. Which topology is most appropriate?
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