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Question No: 141 – (Topic 5)

A vSphere administrator needs to increase the capacity of an existing Storage Distributed Resource Scheduler (SDRS) datastore cluster. The storage administrator has provisioned

two new NFS datastores to be added to the cluster.

The vSphere administrator receives an error message, preventing the administrator from adding the newly provisioned datastores to the cluster.

What is the likely reason that the action failed?

  1. There are virtual machines running on the datastores being added to the cluster.

  2. The datastores in the SDRS cluster are VMFS datastores.

  3. The datastores in the existing cluster have hardware acceleration enabled and the new datastores do not.

  4. The SDRS cluster has not been placed into maintenance mode.

Answer: B

Question No: 142 – (Topic 5)

What two requirements must be met to create a fully automated Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS) cluster? (Choose two.)

  1. Shared storage

  2. Hosts with identical processor features

  3. Storage vMotion

  4. vMotion

Answer: A,D

Question No: 143 – (Topic 5)

Which vSphere feature creates a copy of a virtual machine that can be stored locally within a cluster or at another site, and provides the ability to rapidly restore a virtual machine within minutes?

  1. vSphere Data Protection

  2. vSphere Replication

  3. vSphere Snapshots

  4. vSphere Heartbeat

Answer: B

Question No: 144 – (Topic 5)

An administrator removes a virtual machine from a resource pool and places it in the DRS root resource pool. Users report the performance of the application running on the virtual machine has improved. The virtual machine relocation was the only change that occurred.

What explains the change in application performance?

  1. The memory, storage, and/or CPU settings of the original resource pool restricted access to resources for the virtual machine.

  2. The configured memory, storage and/or CPU shares on the root resource pool are higher than the original resource pool.

  3. The memory, storage and/or CPU settings on the root resource pool restricted access to resources for the virtual machine

  4. The configured memory storage and/or CPU reservations on the root resource pool are higher than the original resource pool.

Answer: A

Question No: 145 – (Topic 5)

An administrator needs to install vSphere Update Manager using an external SQL Server 2008 R2 database. The administrator has created the database successfully, but cannot establish connectivity when testing the DSN.

Which configuration setting could be causing the issue?

  1. The database was configured to use Windows authentication.

  2. The DSN was configured using a 32-bit ODBC connection.

  3. Update Manager does not support the use of a remote database.

  4. Port 9087 is being blocked by Windows Firewall on the Update Manager server.

Answer: A

Question No: 146 – (Topic 5)

An administrator has created a Virtual Flash Read Cache and needs to add a total 2TB of capacity to the cache. The administrator has a total of six SSD disks to add, but is unable to add one of the disks.

What is a likely cause of the problem?

  1. The SSD device size is less than 256GB.

  2. The SSD device size is greater than 4TB.

  3. The SSD device is a local disk.

  4. The SSD device contains existing data.

Answer: B

Question No: 147 – (Topic 5)

An administrator needs to use vSphere Update Manager for the initial deployment of VMware Tools on a group of newly created virtual machines.

When the administrator scans the objects for compliance, a compliance state of Incompatible is returned.

How should the administrator resolve the issue?

  1. Install VMware Tools manually on the new virtual machines.

  2. Ensure the latest version of VMware Tools has been downloaded to the Update Manager repository.

  3. Enable the Upgrade VMware Tools on Power Cycle option.

  4. Create a separate baseline object for each guest OS type .

Answer: A

Question No: 148 – (Topic 5)

A vSphere administrator needs to enable Distributed Resource Scheduling (DRS) in an existing vSphere environment:

  • The environment contains a High Availability (HA) cluster with eight ESXi hosts.

  • Six ESXi hosts are not in a cluster.

  • DRS should be used on as many hosts as possible.

  • Initial placement of virtual machines should be automatically performed.

  • Migration recommendations should be provided, but not performed without approval.

    Which procedure should the administrator perform to accomplish this task?

    1. Select the datacenter and create a DRS cluster. Add the six remaining hosts to this cluster, then enable DRS. Edit the DRS settings and change the automation level to Partial.

    2. Select the existing HA cluster. Add the six remaining hosts to the cluster. Enable DRS, then edit the settings and change the automation level to Manual.

    3. Select the datacenter and create a DRS cluster. Add the six remaining hosts to this cluster, then enable DRS. Edit the DRS settings and change the automation level to Manual.

    4. Select the existing HA cluster. Add the six remaining hosts to the cluster. Enable DRS, then edit the settings and change the automation level to Partial.

    Answer: D

    Question No: 149 – (Topic 5)

    What is the purpose of configuring a VMkernel port for Fault Tolerance logging?

    1. The selected vmkernel port is used to send external inputs from a primary virtual machine to its secondary counterpart.

    2. The selected vmkernel port is able to log Fault Tolerance events to a syslog server.

    3. The selected vmkernel port is used to trigger a failover from the primary machine if a hardware crash occurs.

    4. The selected vmkernel port is able to maintain a log of changes to the secondary virtual machine.

    Answer: A

    Question No: 150 – (Topic 5)

    A vSphere administrator attempts to move a powered on virtual machine into a resource pool that is configured in an HA/DRS cluster. The operation fails.

    What condition would cause this behavior?

    1. HA admission control prevented the movement of the virtual machine due to insufficient resources.

    2. Resource pool admission control prevented the movement of the virtual machine due to insufficient resources.

    3. The virtual machine was not powered off before being moved into the resource pool.

    4. The virtual machine#39;s hardware level did not match the level of the existing virtual machines in the resource pool.

    Answer: B

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