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Mentoria V 2022

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Question: An administrator is concerned that a VM has high ballooning activity and needs to check the default display of the Advanced performance pane in the vSphere Client to confirm this activity. Which view should the administrator choose in the default display? Power Memory Virtual disk Network.
Question: What is the full form of NFS? Response: Network File Sharing Network For Spectrum National Financial Switch Network File System.
Question: Which configuration setting ensures that virtual networks on a virtual switch are isolated from each other? Response: Network Label Port ID VLAN ID Security Policy.
Question: Which action should an administrator perform in the vSphere Client to create a VM template that can be used by more than one vCenter Server instance? Response: Right-click the VM --> Template --> Convert to Template Right-click the VM --> Clone --> Clone as Template to Library Right-click the VM --> Clone --> Clone to Template Right-click the VM --> Template --> Convert to Virtual Machine.
Question: An administrator is migrating 100 virtual machines from one ESXi Host to another. The current lGigE network cards are only migrating four virtual machines simultaneously. Which action should the administrator take to increase that number to eight? Response: Configure port mirroring Configure Load Balancing Add more memory to the ESXI hosts Add a lOGIgE network card to each ESXI host.
Question: An administrator would like to add a new server into an existing vSphere cluster. The servers are running Intel processors. The administrator needs to ensure that the new server can be added to the cluster with the same processor baseline as the existing servers. Which strategy should be used to achieve this goal? Response: Fault Tolerance vSphere vMotion Enhanced vMotion Compatibility vSphere High Availability.
Question: An administrator is working on a cloud migration project. The project has a requirement to check the EVC mode for virtual machines (VMs) hosting an application. How can the administrator find the FVC details for these VMs? Response: Right click VM > Migrate > Change compute resource only > Select Host > next > Finish Power off VM > Configure > VMware EVC Right click VM > Migrate > Change storage only > Select Datastore > next > Finish Select Host > VMs > Show/Hide Column > EVC Mode.
Question: Refer to the exhibit: Which piece of information should a vSphere operator conclude about iSCSI-01? The disk usage on the datastore is above 75%. The datastore failed because it reached its capacity limit. The datastore usage on disk was reset to green. The datastore does not have any free capacity.
Question: Which vSphere feature protects against host hardware failures by restarting virtual machines (VMs) on hosts that are running in the cluster? Response: vSphere vMotion vSphere Fault Tolerance vSphere DRS vSphere HA.
Question: Which hardware is required to support Fibre Channel storage? Response: CNA ISCSI adapter HBA NIC.
Question: An administrator has observed an alert message in the vSphere UI related to a host's storage sensor hardware. Where should the administrator look for more information related to this alert? Response: Menu > Lifecycle Manager > Baselines Host > Monitor > Skyline Health Host > Monitor > Hardware Health > Storage Sensors Host > Monitor > Hardware Health > System Event Log.
Question: Which hypervisor is a type-2 hypervisor? Response: VMware Fusion Microsoft Hyper-V VMware Workstation VMware ESXi.
Question: Which two physical resources are abstracted by the hypervisor and presented to virtual machines? (Choose two.) Response: Memory Application Libraries Desktop CPU.
Question: Which problem is solved by migrating virtual machines (VMs) using vSphere vMotion? Response: The names of the VM files that do not match the inventory name of the V A problem that occurred during VM patching and a roll-back is needed. Heavy storage traffic and latency that are concentrated in a few datastores. A vSphere cluster that needs to be upgraded without any VM downtime.
Question: A vSphere administrator wants to monitor the CPU usage of all virtual machines (VMs) in a specific host cluster using alarms. Which sequence of actions should the administrator use? Response: BClick on the cluster and add an alarm Click on individual VMs and add an alarm Click on the ESXI host and add an alarm Click on the VMs folder and add an alarm.
Question: Which hypervisor is a type-1 hypervisor? Response: VMware Workstation VMware ESXi Oracle VM VirtualBox VMware Fusion.
Question: Which two storage protocols can a virtual infrastructure operator use to create a VMFS datastore? (Choose two.) Response: NFS Fibre Channel CIFS SMB iSCSI.
Question: Which feature must be enabled to use vSphere Fault Tolerance? Response: vSphere DRS vSphere Replication vSphere HA vSAN.
Question: Which action must an administrator perform in the vSphere Client to create a copy of a running virtual machine? Response: Right-click the VM > Clone > Clone to Template Right-click the VM template > Convert to Virtual Machine Right-click the VM template > New VM from This Template Right click the VM > Clone > Clone to Virtual Machine.
Question: An Administrator needs to upgrade the guest operating system installed in a virtual machine. The administrator wants to safely ensure that the selected operating system is supported by ESXi. Which action should the administrator take to meet this goal? Response: Perform a guest OS and product search in the VMware Compatibility Guide. Snapshot the VM before performing the operating system upgrade. Look in the guest OS version drop-down menu of the VM. Check the web page of the guest operating system vendor.
Question: An administrator is asked to copy a single hard disk from one datastore to another. Which virtual machine file type should the administrator select? vmss vmx vswp vmdk.
Question: Which vSphere DRS setting determines how aggressive vSphete DRS will be when recommending migrations to improve VM happiness? Response: Predictive DRS Migration Threshold Virtual Machine Automation Automation Level.
Question: An administrator needs to separate traffic of virtual machine live migrations from all other traffic. Which TCP/IP stack meets this requirement? Fault Tolerance logging TCP/IP stack Provisioning TCP/IP stack Management TCP/IP stack vMotion TCP/IP stack.
Question: Which vSphere component centralizes automated patch and version management for clusters. ESXi. drivers and firmware. Virtual Hardware, and VMware Tools? Response: vSphere Lifecycle Manager VMware Cloud Foundation Content Library vSphere DRS.
Question: A vsphere operator finds this error message: Device or filesystem with identifier [naa.6000eb31dffdc33a000000000000002a] has entered the all paths Down state. What should the operator conclude from this error message? Response: A host failed, and automated recovery of affected VMs is expected A host is inaccessible, and migration of affected VMs is expected A storage device has failed and is not expected to become available A storage device is inaccessible and is expected to become available.
Question: A vSphere administrator sees the alarm: vSphere HA virtual machine failed to failover This occurred for virtual machines (VMs) in a cluster with vSphere High Availability (HA) enabled. The guest operating system on the VMs did not report a power failure. What is a possible cause of this event? Response: A reboot of vCenter Server impacted vSphere HA. The VMs encountered an error during migration using vSphere vMotion. The host is still running but has disconnected from the network. The VMs cloning operations did not complete.
Question: What is a benefit of VMware vSphere Storage APIs – Data Protection? Response: It allows backup of a virtual machine with a backup agent in the guest O It enables centralized, off-host. LAN-free backup of vSphere virtual machines. It increases ESX host resources to do backup processing. It facilitates decentralized, on-host, LAN-free backup of vSphere virtual machines.
Question: An administrator must ensure that virtual machines have their initial placement performed automatically and that migration recommendations are displayed but not applied. Which vSphere DRS Automation level should the administrator use? Response: Manual Aggressive Fully Automated Partially Automated.
Question: A vSphere administrator needs to create an exact replica of a virtual machine as a safeguard prior to changing the virtual machine configuration. Which vSphere feature accomplishes this requirement? Response: vSphere vMotion Cloning vSphere Fault Tolerance Snapshots.
Question: Which software-defined, object-based storage solution provides shared storage for vSphere clusters without using traditional external storage? Response: vSAN vVOLS NFS ISCSI.
Which statement Is true about the access privileges of User 2? Response: User 2 has access to all objects in the Production folder and no access to Dev01, Dev02, and Dev03. User 2 has no access to all objects in the Production folder and Test and Dev folder. User 2 has virtual machine power user privileges to Prod04-3. User 2 has virtual machine power user privileges to all VMs In the Production folder.
Question: Which IP storage is supported on vSphere? Response: vSAN SAN ISCSI SCSI.
Question: During a virtual machine migration, which VMkernel networking layer handles the traffic? Response: vSphere vMotion IP storage Fault Tolerance vSAN.
Question: What is the default encrypted vSphere vMotion state for virtual machines that are not encrypted? Response: Disabled Enabled Opportunistic Required.
Question: An administrator has applied a Service 2 patch after taking a snapshot. The administrator then realizes that a Service 1.5 patch should have been applied before the Service 2 patch. Refer to the exhibit: Which series of actions should be taken to manage this issue? Response: Delete Service 1, take a snapshot, and apply Service 1.5 patch. Revert to Service 1, take a snapshot, and apply Service 1.5 patch. Remain at Service 2, take a snapshot, and apply Service 1.5 patch. Delete all the snapshots, take a snapshot, and apply Service 1.5 patch.
Question: A vSphere operator can only configure up to two virtual CPUs when deploying a new virtual machine (VM). Refer to the exhibit: What is the cause erf this situation? Response: The selected cluster is not in DRS mode. The compatibility selected is "ESXi6.5 and later". The selected ESXI host has only 2 CPUs. VMs support a maximum of 2 CPUs.
Question: A vSphere administrator has migrated a virtual machine between two ESXi hosts using vSphere vMotion and notices that the VM can no longer be pinged. What caused this situation? Response: A different datastore is being used after the migration. The virtual machine has RDMs attached. The destination portgroup has an incorrect VLAN tag. There is an MTU mismatch.
Question: A system administrator opened a technical support trouble ticket and was asked to provide the suspended virtual machine’s memory contents. Which file from the virtual machine directory will the system administrator need to upload to technical support? Response: vm.vmdk vm.vmss vm.vmx vm.log.
Question: Which feature helps maintain zero data loss when a VM on an ESXi server fails unexpectedly? Response: Fault Tolerance vSphere High Availability vMotion Storage vMotion.
Question: Which two vSphere features help address an organization's business availability challenges? (Choose two.) Response: vSphere DPM vSphere Trust Authority vSphere Pod Service vSphere Fault Tolerance vSphere High Availability.
Question: On a vSphere Standard Switch, which setting should an administrator configure to improve the networking efficiency by increasing the amount of payload data transmitted with a single packet? Response: MTU (Bytes) NIC Teaming LACP VLAN.
Question: Refer to the exhibit: An administrator deletes the Service 1.5 snapshot. What is the result of this action? Response: Deletion of all snapshots. Reversion to Service 2 snapshot, and Service 1 snapshot will be deleted. Reversion to Service 1 snapshot, and Service 2 snapshot will be deleted. Reversion to Service 1 snapshot, and Service 2 snapshot will remain.
Question: Which DRS score indicates that the virtual machine (VM) is experiencing severe resource contention? Response: 70% 95% 50% 15%.
Question: A system administrator has to configure several virtual machines for different business units. The administrator needs to enable features that allow overcommitment of resources while adhering to the business requirements and different department performance SLAs. Which two features should the administrator enable to achieve this goal? (Choose two.) Response: vSphere Fault Tolerance vSphere High Availability vSphere Distributed Power Management vSphere Storage I/O Control vSphere Resource Pools.
Question: A group of VMs is experiencing high latency on a portgroup in an ESXi host. Which option can a vSphere administrator use to move some of the VMs to another portgroup? Response: Network I/O Control IP hash Network Port Binding vSphere vMotion.
Question: Which file system protocol is supported by vSphere? Response: vSAN iSCSI NFS SAN.
Question: A system administrator is preparing a host In a vSphere DRS cluster in partially automated mode for firmware patching and puts a host into maintenance mode. After several minutes, the host still has not entered maintenance mode. How should the system administrator resolve this problem? Response: vSphere Lifecycle Manager and DRS integration need to be configured. The system administrator needs to schedule DRS to run again. vSphere HA admission control needs to be enabled on the cluster. The system administrator needs to migrate virtual machines using vSphere vMotion.
Question: Which feature must be enabled to configure vSphere Proactive HA? Response: vSphere HA Cluster EVC Fault Tolerance vSphere DRS.
Question: Which event type indicates a Fatal problem has occurred in the system, and the process or operation will be terminated? Response: Warning Error Information Audit.
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