Network B Physical Disk C Device Mapping D Hardware Compatibility E Replication

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Network B. Physical Disk C. Device Mapping D. Hardware Compatibility E. Replication Answer: A B D NO.98 Which three of the listed items are monitored by the vSAN performance service? (Choose three.) A. VMkernel adapters at the cluster level B. Virtual machine consumption at the cluster level C. Disk group at the host level D. VMkernel adapters at the virtual disk level E. Backend traffic at the cluster level Answer: A B E Explanation A: IT Certification Guaranteed, The Easy Way! 30
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BE: When the performance service is turned on, the cluster summary displays an overview of Virtual SAN performance statistics, including Virtual SAN IOPS, throughput, and latency. At the cluster level, you can view detailed statistical charts for virtual machine consumption and the Virtual SAN back end. - 93E95CA4-D7D1 NO.99 Which two VM Storage Policy rules are supported with vSAN iSCSI Target LUNs? (Choose two.) A. Replication B. RAID-5/6 erasure coding - Capacity C. Deduplication and Compression D. Force Provisioning Answer: B C NO.100 What are two ways to examine the storage policy compliance of a virtual machine? (Choose two.) A. 1. Browse to the virtual machine in the vSphere Web Client navigator.2. On the Summary tab, examine the value of the VM Storage Policy Compliance property under VM Storage Policies. B. 1. Browse to the virtual machine in the vSphere Web Client navigator.2. Right-click the virtual machine and select "Check storage policy compliance". C. 1. In the vSphere Web Client, navigate to the vSAN cluster.2. On the Storage tab, click vSAN and select Virtual Disks.3. Right-click on the virtual machine and select "Compliance status". D. 1. In the vSphere Web Client, navigate to the vSAN cluster.2. On the Monitor tab, click vSAN and select Virtual Objects.3. Select a virtual object.4. Examine the value in the Compliance Status property for the object. Answer: A B NO.101 What are IOPS? A. The amount of network bandwidth measured in segments that is required to process iSCSI overhead. B. The number of input and/or output operations in one second. C. Integrated Output Performance Statistic. D. Intermittent Operations in Primary Storage. Answer: B Explanation Input/output operations per second (IOPS, pronounced eye-ops) is an input/output performance measurement used to characterize computer storage devices like hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD), and storage area networks (SAN). NO.102 Which two requirements must be satisfied for a v object protected by a RAID-1 mirroring policy to be accessible? (Choose two.) A. Primary level of failures to tolerate is set to 1 or higher. IT Certification Guaranteed, The Easy Way! 31
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B. More than 50% of the object's votes must be available. C. Every component must have at least two votes. D. At least one full replica of the object must be available. E. vSphere HA must be enabled. Answer: B D NO.103 An administrator is designing a vSphere cluster with the VSAN default policy. The requirement is to maintain full redundancy of data and virtual disks during any patching or maintenance of this cluster.
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