A. The firmware logs a CMC event and reports it to the operating system. B. The firmware logs an MCA event and reports it to the operating system. C. The firmware deactivates the L2 cache, reports it to the operating system and an entry is created in the PDT. D. Since it is a correctable error, no action is taken immediately. On the next reboot, the user should deallocate the CPU at EFI level. Answer: A QUESTION: 115 What is "cell-local memory" (CLM)? A. memory installed and configured on one hard partition so that only cells from that hard partition can use it B. memory dedicated to the CPUs on the same cell where it is installed, so that CPUs from other cells cannot access this memory C. virtual memory created by the operating system's kernel to allow processes to be executed on a cell, instead of on a hard partition D. a memory topology derived from "interleaved memory" with extra features such as "cell local online memory replacement and addition" and "cell-local RAID0+1 topology" Answer: B QUESTION: 116 What does chip spare/kill accomplish on the rx7620 server? A. When the memory has a double-bit error, OpenVMS will keep running by sparing the bad chip immediately. B. When the memory has a double-bit error, HP-UX will keep running by sparing the suspect bad chip immediately. C. When a complete chip failure causes single-bit errors that are covered by the hardware/firmware, chip spare keeps the system running.
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