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Exercise 5.3Planning Storage Spaces and Storage PoolsOverviewIn this exercise, you will be provided with several scenarios and you will answer questions based on those scenarios.Completion time15 minutesQuestion3How can you make the disks system faster while making the disks system highly available? Utilize Storage pools and data
MOAC 70-413 Designing and Implementing a Server InfrastructureLab Manual WorksheetsessionQuestion4You have six 1 TB drives in a system running Windows Server 2012 R2. One disk is used for the operating system. You want to use the additional disks for a high-performance data drive. How much space will be available if you provision the disk as parity? Parity mirroring gives more usable space Question5If you create one storage pool, how can you create the best performance storage pool? What kind of provisioning is required by the storage tiers?Exercise 5.4Implementing Storage Spaces and Storage PoolsOverviewIn this exercise, you will connect to an iSCSI target and create a storage space and a storage pool. MindsetStorage Spaces is a feature in Windows 8.1/ Windows Server 2012 R2 that allows you to combine multiple disks into a single logical volume that can use a RAID configuration to protect against one or more drive failures. When the drives are combined, Windows places them into a storage pool.