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VMware Certified Professional 5 – Data Center Virtualization for Instructors

Question No: 131 – (Topic 3)

Using the vSphere Storage Appliance (VSA) Manager to view the Appliances Status column, what are three valid states? (Choose three.)

  1. Degraded

  2. Connected

  3. Maintenance

  4. Online

  5. Offline

Answer: A,D,E

Reference: http://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/2011/09/vsphere-storage-appliance-vsa- network-outage-scenario-1-back-end.html

Question No: 132 – (Topic 3)

A virtual machine requires a 4TB disk for application data. The storage administrator has already created and presented a 4TB LUN to an ESXi 5.x host. The host is currently configured with a single 500GB VMFS5 datastore.

What is the next step the vSphere administrator must use to provision the data disk?

  1. Create a virtual compatibility mode RDM mapping to the 4TB LUN.

  2. Create a physical compatibility mode RDM mapping to the 4TB LUN.

  3. Expand the existing VMFS volume to 4TB. Create a physical compatibility mode RDM mapping to the 4TB LUN.

  4. Expand the existing VMFS volume to 4TB. Create a virtual compatibility mode RDM mapping to the 4TB LUN.

Answer: B

Reference: http://sostech.wordpress.com/2011/08/12/vsphere5-storage-import-a-4tb-lun/

Question No: 133 – (Topic 3)

Which two statements are true about shared storage capabilities on NFS datastores supported by ESXi 5.x? (Choose two.)

  1. You can create Fault Tolerant virtual machines

  2. You can mount up to 256 NFS datastores

  3. You can use VMware Storage APIs with all NFS datastores

  4. You can use Storage vMotion from a virtual-mode RDM

Answer: A,B

Reference: http://www.vmware.com/pdf/vsphere5/r50/vsphere-50-configuration- maximums.pdf (page 3, see storage maximums)

Question No: 134 – (Topic 3)

A VMFS3 datastore has just been upgraded to VMFS5.

In what two ways does this affect the datastore? (Choose two.)

  1. The existing VMFS3 block size is retained.

  2. The block size will be changed to 8MB.

  3. Any existing VMDK can be expanded up to 2TB.

  4. VMDKs retain their size limit from the VMFS3 block size.

Answer: A,C

Reference: http://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/2011/08/2tb-vmdks-on-upgraded-vmfs-3-to- vmfs-5-really.html

Question No: 135 – (Topic 3)

When planning for an upgrade from vSphere4 to vSphere5 what will be the effect of upgrading a 1TB VMFS3 datastore with a 2MB block size to VMFS5?

  1. Thick virtual disks can be expanded to a maximum of 2TB.

  2. Thick virtual disks can be expanded to a maximum of 512GB.

  3. Thin virtual disks can be expanded to a maximum of 512GB.

  4. Thin virtual disks can be expanded to a maximum of 2TB.

Answer: D

Reference: http://www.vmware.com/files/pdf/techpaper/vmw-vsphere-p4000-lefthand-san- solutions.pdf (page 20, 3rd bullet on the page)

Question No: 136 – (Topic 3)

Click the Exhibit button.

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Based on the exhibit, what is the appropriate action to set a preferred path?

  1. Paths cannot be set to preferred on this array.

  2. Right-click the path you want to prefer and then select Preferred.

  3. Right-click the path you want to prefer then select Active.

  4. Double-click the new path you wish to prefer. The other existing paths will be set to Standby.

Answer: A

Reference: http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/microsites/search.do?language=en_USamp;cmd=displayKC

amp;externalId=1011340

Question No: 137 – (Topic 3)

Click the Exhibit button.

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Based on the exhibit, what is the reason that two of the paths are marked as Stand by?

  1. The other two paths were set to Active.

  2. The path configuration is required by the attached storage array.

  3. The active paths were set to Preferred.

  4. The storage adapters need to be rescanned before the paths will be set to Active.

Answer: B Explanation:

The paths are standby because path configuration is required by the attached storage array.

Question No: 138 – (Topic 3)

What are two consequences of deleting a VMFS datastore from an ESXi 5.x host? (Choose two.)

  1. The datastore is inaccessible from all connected ESXi hosts.

  2. The datastore and all virtual machines are removed from the storage device.

  3. The datastore and all virtual machines remain on the storage device.

  4. The datastore is only removed from that specific ESXi host.

Answer: A,B Explanation:

The datastore will become inaccessible from all connected ESXi hosts. All the contents including datastore and all virtual machines will be removed from the storage device as well.

Question No: 139 – (Topic 3)

Which virtual disk types are supported on an network attached storage appliance using NFS with hardware acceleration disabled?

  1. Flat disk

  2. Raw Device Mappings

  3. Thick Provision Lazy Zeroed

  4. Thin Provision

Answer: D

Explanation: Thin provisioned disk are supported on NAS storage appliance using NFS with disabled hardware acceleration.

Question No: 140 – (Topic 3)

A database administrator has requested a disk for a virtual machine that will run an I/O intensive database application on an ESXi 5.x host. Which two disk types will best fit the needs of the application? (Choose two.)

  1. Raw Device Mapped Disk

  2. Thin Provisioned Disk

  3. Thick Provision Lazy Zeroed Disk

  4. Thick Provision Eager Zeroed Disk

Answer: A,D

Explanation: http://www.vmware.com/pdf/Perf_Best_Practices_vSphere5.0.pdf page 31, clearly states that best performance is achieved using eager zeroed provisioned disks, even when VAAI is available

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