Replaces a failed disk drive by assuming the identity of the failed disk drive

Replaces a failed disk drive by assuming the identity

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Replaces a failed disk drive by assuming the identity of the failed disk drive 44. What determines how far back the recovery points can go in a continuous data protection (CDP) solution? Amount of space that is configured for the journal 45. What does the transformation of an operating model for third platfom adoption involve? Provisioning IT resources through a self-service portal 46. What enables an administrator to create device groups in an IP-SAN for restricting device communications to a group? iSNS discovery domain 47. What enables a NAS device to provide improved performance compared to a general purpose file server? Using an operating system specialized for file serving 48. What enables interoperability between heterogeneous software in a third platform environment? Application programming interface 49. What improves the performance of multi-threaded large block I/O workloads on a solid state drive? Parallel I/O channels 50. What is a benefit of application virtualization? Avoids conflicts between different versions of the same application 51. What is a benefit of a "recovery- in-place" backup approach in a virtualized data center? Provides instant recovery of a failed virtual machine 52. What is a benefit of a storage area network (SAN)? Enables compute systems across locations to access shared storage 53.
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  • Fall '09
  • CHIN
  • Storage area network, ISCSI, Continuous data protection, gateway's IP address

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