ST0-10X Veritas Storage Foundation 5 for Unix Practice Exam Set 7

How does VxFS allocate storage in the storage array?


Options are :

  • By allocating one block at a time
  • By allocating one inode at a time
  • By allocating random blocks
  • By allocating groups of extents (Correct)

Answer : By allocating groups of extents

You are responsible for managing and monitoring the Storage Foundation 5. 0 environment in your organization. You notice that VxFS is not performing at an optimal level. You decide to run the fsadm utility. How will the fsadm utility help you resolve this problem?


Options are :

  • Remount VxFS and administer it for changes
  • Check and repair VxFS
  • Defragment VxFS (Correct)
  • Administer VxFS File Change Logs.

Answer : Defragment VxFS

An incorrectable I/O error has occurred on a RAID volume due to a disk failure that caused the data on the disk to become unavailable. For the RAID volume, the subdisk becomes unavailable and is considered stale and detached. What is the RAID level in the volume in this situation?


Options are :

  • 5 (Correct)
  • 0
  • 4
  • 2

Answer : 5

You administer the Storage Foundation 5. 0 environment in your organization. A particular file system displays some odd I/O characteristics. Before you proceed, you decide to take a look at the current I/O parameters. Which command will you use to print the current values of the I/O parameters?


Options are :

  • tunefstab
  • read_pref_io
  • vol_maxio
  • vxtunefs (Correct)

Answer : vxtunefs

You want to remove the disk named datadg01 from the disk group named datadg. You also want to remove the public and private regions from the disk. However, you want to retain the data stored on the disk. Which commands will you use to achieve this?


Options are :

  • vxdiskunsetup vxdg rmdisk vxevac
  • vxevac vxdg rmdisk vxdiskunsetup
  • vxdg rmdisk vxevac vxdiskunsetup (Correct)
  • vxremove vxdg evac vxdisk rmdisk

Answer : vxdg rmdisk vxevac vxdiskunsetup

While replacing a disk containing a plexs subdisk, you discover that the contents of the plex are out-of-date with respect to the volume. What will be the state of the plex?


Options are :

  • RECOVER (Correct)
  • CLEAN
  • DISABLED
  • EMPTY

Answer : RECOVER

Which command will you use to display all the disk groups that are currently imported on the system?


Options are :

  • vxdg import
  • vxvm -dg list
  • vdisk dglist
  • vxdg list (Correct)

Answer : vxdg list

Which command will you run to get the full path name of the file, if you only have the inode number?


Options are :

  • vxlsino (Correct)
  • vxfsstat
  • vxquot
  • vxquota

Answer : vxlsino

A file system encounters an error during VxVM operations. The error "VxVM vxio WARMINIG V-5-0-144 Double failure condition detected on RAID-5 volume" is displayed in the file system. How should you resolve this error?


Options are :

  • By creating a new log plex and attaching it with the volume to restore RAID-5 logging to a RAID-5 volume.
  • By correcting the hardware failure and recovering the volume using the vxrecover command. (Correct)
  • By checking the underlying hardware to recover the desired path.
  • By rebooting the computer.

Answer : By correcting the hardware failure and recovering the volume using the vxrecover command.

You are working on a Storage Foundation 5. 0 server named Srv1 that has a disk group named vol1. You install another Storage Foundation 5. 0 server named Srv2. You want to successfully move the disk group from Srv1 to Srv2. To initiate the movement, you stop all volumes in the disk group, and deport and move all disks to Srv2. What should you do next?


Options are :

  • Format the disk group.
  • Recognize the disks using VxVM. (Correct)
  • Create a new disk group.
  • Start the volumes in the disk group.

Answer : Recognize the disks using VxVM.

You have imported a disk group onto a new Storage Foundation 5. 0 server named Srv1. The existing Storage Foundation 4. 1 server named Srv1 will be decommissioned. When you attempt to use the newly imported disk group on Srv2, you get the following error: VxVM vxedit ERROR V5-1-2829 Disk group version doesn't support feature. You want to resolve this error and use the features provided by VxVM running on Srv2. How would you solve this error?


Options are :

  • Reboot Srv2.
  • Revert VxVM to an earlier version.
  • Explicitly upgrade the disk group to the current version. (Correct)
  • Upgrade the disk group on Srv1 and then import the disk group.

Answer : Explicitly upgrade the disk group to the current version.

You are monitoring the storage environment in the Datacenter. You want to track changes to files and directories. These files and directories are used by backup utilities and replication programs. In which location will you find the log that tracks these changes to the files and directories?


Options are :

  • /mount_point/ lost+found/vxfs/changelog
  • /mount_point/ lost+found/vxvm/logs/changelog
  • /mount_point/lost+found/changelog (Correct)
  • /mount_point/ lost+found/vxsf/logs/changlog

Answer : /mount_point/lost+found/changelog

You need to mirror an existing volume named mirvol1. You need to achieve the following goals: Mirror mirvol1: Should be a single mirror to the existing volume using disk mydg01: Synchronization must take place in the background: To meet the required goal, you execute the following command: vxassist -g mydg -b make mirror mirvol1 \ use_storage= DM =mydg01 Which of the defined goals have been met?


Options are :

  • Only first and second goals have been met.
  • Only first and third goals have been met.
  • All goals have been met. (Correct)
  • Only the first goal has been met.

Answer : All goals have been met.

On your Storage Foundation 5. 0 server, a mirror volume is no longer needed. You need to disassociate and remove a mirror named, vol01-02 from the disk group so that you can free up disk space. How will you accomplish this?


Options are :

  • Use the vxedit command with the rm vol01-02 option.
  • Use the vxplex command with the rm dis vol01-02 option. (Correct)
  • Use the vxassist command with the remove mirror option.
  • Use the vxplex command with the dis vol01-02 option.

Answer : Use the vxplex command with the rm dis vol01-02 option.

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