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Q161. - (Topic 2)
Which storage system combination is supported in a 4-node cluster?
A. A pair of FAS3270s and a pair of FAS3020s
B. A pair of FAS3270s with a FAS3240 and a FAS6240
C. A pair of FAS6280s and a pair of E7900s
D. A pair of FAS6280s and a pair of FAS3240s
http://www.slideshare.net/netapp/ar-scinetappontap811scaleoutv016-copy (See page 3, 4)
Q162. - (Topic 2)
Identify two synchronous Fpolicy applications (choose two)
A. quota management
B. file-access and audit logging
C. storage resource management
D. compression and decompression services
Output from NetApp "Clustered Data ONTAP 8.2 File Access Management-Guide"
Asynchronous applications are ones where the external FPolicy server does not alter access to files or directories or modify data on the Storage Virtual Machine (SVM). For example:
. File access and audit logging
. Storage resource management Synchronous applications are ones where data access is altered or data is modified by the external FPolicy server. For example:
. Quota management
. File access blocking
. File archiving and hierarchical storage management
. Encryption and decryption services
. Compression and decompression services
Q163. - (Topic 1)
An unexpected network outage has occurred and you have lost access to an NFS share inside an SVM on your cluster.
What is causing the problem?
A. The broadcast domain does not have a failover policy defined.
B. The MTU setting for the port is incorrect.
C. The failover group does not have the proper targets defined.
D. The current port is already hosting a LIF.
Q164. - (Topic 1)
What are two FPolicy methods for applications? (Choose two.)
Q165. - (Topic 2)
One node of a 2-node cluster is shut down to replace a NIC. All RDB rings fall out of quorum. To diagnose the problem, what should the administrator do first?
A. Disconnect and reconnect the InfiniBand cable
B. Issue storage failover show from the clustershell
C. Issue cluster ha show from the clustershell
D. Verify that the cluster switch is functioning properly
https://library.netapp.com/ecm/ecm_download_file/ECMP1196796 Page 20
Q166. - (Topic 1)
What is true about a node root volume?
A. There is a root volume on every node in a cluster.
B. It is the root of a data SVM’s namespace.
C. You can use vol move to move it to an aggregate on a different node.
D. It is the most secure place to store critical user data.
Q167. - (Topic 2)
Which two features are supported in clustered Data ONTAP 8.2? (Choose two)
A. External USB support
C. Infinite volume
D. Flash cache
E. Infiniband data interface F. SnapLock
Q168. - (Topic 2)
What three statements are true about LIF failover? (Choose three.)
A. A node management Ethernet LIF will never automatically revert back to its home port.
B. A node management Ethernet LIF can fail over to its partner node when a port is down.
C. A data Ethernet LIF will not automatically revert back to its home port.
D. A cluster management Ethernet LIF will never automatically revert back to its home port
E. A cluster management Ethernet LIF can fail over when a port is down.
F. A data Ethernet LIF can fail over when the cluster is in quorum.
"Scenarios that cause a LIF failover
LIF failover occurs in scenarios such as port failure, network interface failure, or cable failure. LIFs can be associated with failover rules that enable you to reroute the network traffic to other available ports in the cluster.
LIF failover occurs in the following scenarios:
When there is a power failure When automatic revert is enabled on a LIF and that LIF's home port reverts to the
administrative up status The LIF automatically migrates back to the home port. When the port hosting a LIF is in the administrative down status The LIFs move to another port. When a node reboots or falls out of quorum The LIFs on that node fail over to the ports on other nodes. If a node returns to quorum, the
LIFs automatically revert to the ports on the node, provided the ports are the home ports for
the LIF and automatic revert is enabled on the LIF.
For more information about quorum, see the Clustered Data ONTAP System
Administration Guide for Cluster Administrators.
When automatic revert is enabled on a LIF and that LIF's home port reverts to the administrative up status the LIF automatically migrates back to the home port."
Q169. - (Topic 3)
Which is a supported management switch? (Choose two)
A. Brocade 8000
B. Brocade FLS624
C. Cisco Nexus 5010
D. Cisco Nexus 7000
E. Cisco Catalyst 2960
F. Cisco Nexus 5020
Explanation: The NX5010 and NX5020 are cluster switches with 10Gbps ports.On the other hand these switches are reached their end of support and NX5596 is advised by NetApp. As I know the first 8 ports of NX5010 and the first 16 ports of NX5020 are 1/10Gbitps ports, so theoretically both can connect the management ports, but officially Netapp NS0-157 : Practice Test
they are not management switches.
Please see https://support.netapp.com/NOW/download/software/cm_switches/
Q170. - (Topic 1)
Which hidden directory points to a Snapshot copy from an SMB client?
Explanation: hidden.~snapshot.directory is accessible.Reference: https://library.netapp.com/ecmdocs/ECMP1196891/html/GUID-6D832809-1E60-4041-BF08-D390CB6B3D89.html
The method that you use to access the ~snapshot directory from Windows clients using SMB