ST0-10X Veritas Storage Foundation 5 for Unix Practice Test Set 3

You need to create a new volume. The new volume will only use disks on controller 1. You want to execute the vxassist command with the ctlr:c1 storage attribute. You want to ensure that the command provides desired output. What should you ensure to meet the required goal?


Options are :

  • Ensure that storage attribute is a part of the volume
  • Ensure that storage attribute is a part of the plex.
  • Ensure that storage attribute is a part of the disk group.
  • Ensure that storage attribute is a part of the disk.

Answer : Ensure that storage attribute is a part of the disk group.

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


Options are :

  • vxquot
  • vxlsino
  • vxquota
  • vxfsstat

Answer : vxlsino

You need to create a new volume that bears the failure of one enclosure and provides greater reliability. To meet the required goal, you type the following command on the command line: vxassist -g diskgroup -P storagepool make strpvol 2g layout=mirror \ nmir=2 mirror=enclosure options What should be the expected outcome of this command?


Options are :

  • The new 2GB mirrored volume will have mirrors on a single enclosure with 2 mirrors.
  • The new 2GB mirrored volume will have mirrors on separate enclosures with 2 mirrors on each enclosure.
  • The new 2GB mirrored volume will have mirrors on separate enclosures with 2 mirrors.
  • The new 2GB mirrored volume will have mirrors on separate controllers with 2 mirrors.

Answer : The new 2GB mirrored volume will have mirrors on separate enclosures with 2 mirrors.

ST0-91W Symantec NetBackup 7.0 for Windows (STS) Test Set 2

An I/O error has corrupted multiple plexes of a mirrored volume and has not left any plex CLEAN or ACTIVE. You are required to mark one of the plexes CLEAN and point the system to use that plex as the source for reviving the other plexes. How should you resolve this error?


Options are :

  • Use the vxplex -g command with the att plex volume option.
  • Use the vxmend -g command with the on plex option.
  • Use the vxmend -g command with the fix stale plex option.
  • Use the vxmend -g command with the fix clean plex option.

Answer : Use the vxmend -g command with the fix clean plex option.

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

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

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


Options are :

  • vxdg list
  • vxvm -dg list
  • vxdg import
  • vdisk dglist

Answer : vxdg list

ST0-247 Symantec Cluster Server 6.1 for UNIX Technical Test Set 4

You have the hot-relocation feature enabled on your Storage Foundation Server. However, you are getting a disk failure error and you want to resolve the problem by using the vxrelocd daemon. Identify the correct sequence of steps that you will perform to resolve this problem? 1. Inform the administrator regarding the failed disk by electronic mail. 2. Initiate the appropriate recovery procedures. 3. Detect the failure by vxrelocd daemon to the failed disk. 4. Determine if any subdisks can be relocated.


Options are :

  • 4,3,1,2
  • 2,1,3,4
  • 2,4,1,3
  • 4,1,2,3

Answer : 2,4,1,3

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

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

You are administering the Storage Foundation 5. 0 environment in your organization. Some of the volumes are showing sluggish performance. Tuning the file change using vxtunefs can correct the problem. What are File Change Log tunable parameters for vxtunefs? Each correct Answer presents part of the solution. Select two.)


Options are :

  • fcl_winterval
  • fcl_minalloc
  • clear
  • fcl_keeptime
  • set

Answer : fcl_winterval fcl_keeptime

ST0-91W Symantec NetBackup 7.0 for Windows Practice Exam Set 3

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 :

  • vol_maxio
  • tunefstab
  • read_pref_io
  • vxtunefs

Answer : vxtunefs

Which rule will you use to discover disabled controllers failures in the Storage Foundation 5. 0 environment?


Options are :

  • vxse_disk
  • vxse_disklog
  • vxse_dc_failures
  • vxse_host

Answer : vxse_dc_failures

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

Answer : /mount_point/lost+found/changelog

ST0-91W ST0-91W Symantec NetBackup 7.0 for Windows Exam Set 7

You are administering a Storage Foundation 5. 0 server. You need to create a new mirroredstriped volume using the command line. What should you do?


Options are :

  • Stripe several underlying mirror volumes.
  • Mirror several striped data plexes.
  • Mirror several concatenated plexes.
  • Concatenate several underlying mirror volumes.

Answer : Mirror several striped data plexes.

You need to create a new mirrored-striped volume. You type the following command: vxassist -g diskgroup -P storagepool make strpvol 2g \ layout=mirror-stripe ncols=8 mirror=controller options. Which type of volume will be created?


Options are :

  • A new 2GB mirrored-stripe volume with 8 columns that will have all mirrors on separate controllers.
  • A new 2GB mirrored-stripe volume with 8 columns that will have 2 mirrors on same controller.
  • A new 2GB mirrored-stripe volume with 8 columns that will have mirrors on the same controller.
  • A new 2GB mirrored-stripe volume with 8 columns that will have 2 mirrors on separate controllers.

Answer : A new 2GB mirrored-stripe volume with 8 columns that will have all mirrors on separate controllers.

While monitoring the Storage Foundation 5. 0 environment in your organization, you get a kernel message specifying a disk failure. In which order would you perform the actions below to resolve this error? 1. Confirm that the problem is caused by a disk failure. 2. Unmount the file system and use fsck to run a full structural check. 3. Check the console log for I/O erros. 4. Replace the disk before the file system is mounted for write access


Options are :

  • 1,3,4,2
  • 2,4,1,3
  • 1,4,3,2
  • 2,1,4,3

Answer : 2,4,1,3

ST0-237 Symantec Data Loss Prevention 12 Technical Test Set 11

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

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

You are administering the Volume Manager in Cluster environment in the datacenter showing a type of write failure on a slave node. You are not able to view the write failure occurred to other nodes in the cluster. What will be the cluster behavior under the local disk detach policy? (Each correct Answer presents part of the solution.) (Select two.)


Options are :

  • Application using the volume is also notified about the failure.
  • I/O is stopped for the node that first saw the failure.
  • Cluster Management software moves the application to a live node
  • Slave node continues to perform I/O operation from and to the volume.

Answer : Application using the volume is also notified about the failure. I/O is stopped for the node that first saw the failure.

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.
  • Create a new disk group.
  • Start the volumes in the disk group.
  • Recognize the disks using VxVM.

Answer : Recognize the disks using VxVM.

ST0-91W Symantec NetBackup 7.0 for Windows (STS) Test Set 6

You have installed site awareness licenses on all hosts in the remote mirror configuration. You want the volume to be automatically mirrored across sites when it is created and you specify the allsites=on attribute with the vxassist command. Which read policy do you need to set to accomplish this task?


Options are :

  • Select policy
  • Siteread policy
  • Round robin policy
  • Prefer policy

Answer : Siteread policy

You are working in a production environment. You need to reconfigure the layout of a concatenated volume to a striped volume using the command line without taking the volume offline. You must ensure availability of the volume. What should you do? (Each correct Answer presents part of the solution.) (Select two.)


Options are :

  • Use the vxassist command to change the volume from concatenated to concatenatedstriped and then to a striped.
  • Use the relayout command to change the volume from concatenated to striped.
  • Use the vxdiskadm command to convert the volume from concatenated to striped.
  • Use the vxassist to convert the volume from concatenated to striped.

Answer : Use the relayout command to change the volume from concatenated to striped. Use the vxassist to convert the volume from concatenated to striped.

You have just performed maintenance operation on a system where VxVM is installed. When you start the system you realize that some disks have entered the FAILED state. After the inspection of the system, you discover that a cable is unplugged. You reconnect the cable. However, after reconnecting the cable, you need to move these disks out of the FAILED state. How should you resolve this error?


Options are :

  • Use the vxvol -g command with the start volume option
  • Use the /usr/sbin/vxdctl enable command
  • Use the vxmend -g command with the fix clean plex option
  • Use the /etc/vx/bin/vxreattach command

Answer : Use the /etc/vx/bin/vxreattach command

ST0-91W ST0-91W Symantec NetBackup 7.0 for Windows Exam Set 5

You need to increase the size of an existing volume to 10 gigabytes. You also want to exclude storages on the controller c1 from being allocated. To meet the required goal, you execute the following command, but when executed, the command fails. vxassist -g mydg1 growto vol1 10g \use storage=noneof("Controller"="c1") What could be the possible cause for the failure?


Options are :

  • The growto parameter needs to be replaced by maxby parameter
  • The growto parameter needs to be replaced by growby parameter.
  • You cannot exclude the c1 controller.
  • The size specified is smaller than the current size of the volume.

Answer : The size specified is smaller than the current size of the volume.

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
  • vxremove vxdg evac vxdisk rmdisk
  • vxevac vxdg rmdisk vxdiskunsetup
  • vxdg rmdisk vxevac vxdiskunsetup

Answer : vxdg rmdisk vxevac vxdiskunsetup

You are the administrator for the Veritas Storage Foundation. Using Veritas Volume Manager, you want to migrate an internal boot disk to a SAN boot disk. Given the following steps: 1. Add the target SAN disk to the boot disk group. 2. Create a mirror of the root disk on the target disk. 3. Verify that the Hardware Compatibility List for the target SAN disk being supported for SAN booting. 4. Boot from the mirror disk to verify that the system is bootable. What are the sequential steps you need to follow to accomplish this?


Options are :

  • 2,3,1,4
  • 4,1,2,3
  • 4,2,1,3
  • 3,1,4,2

Answer : 2,3,1,4

ST0-91W ST0-91W Symantec NetBackup 7.0 For Windows Exam Set 11

You are responsible for managing two Storage Foundation 5. 0 servers, Srv1 and Srv2. You want to permanently move a disk group from Srv1 to Srv2. However, the Srv2 already has a disk group with the same name. You need to move the disk group without making modifications to the data on the disks. You also need to ensure that the disk group import is permanent on Srv2. What should you do?


Options are :

  • Import the disk group and rename it on Srv2.
  • Rename the disk group during deport operation.
  • Import the disk group on Srv2 as is.
  • Unmirror and unencapsulate the disk group

Answer : Rename the disk group during deport operation.

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.
  • Only the first goal has been met.

Answer : All goals have been met.

You have a Storage Foundation 5. 0 server with a number of mirrored volumes. You need to appropriately utilize the free space on the mirrored volumes. What should you do?


Options are :

  • Mirror several concatenated plexes
  • Mirror several striped plexes
  • Concatenate and stripe several underlying mirror volumes
  • Concatenate several underlying mirror volumes

Answer : Concatenate several underlying mirror volumes

ST0-248 Symantec Storage Foundation 6.1 UNIX Technical Exam Set 3

You are creating a volume and need the storage allocated in: . Concatenated disks . Form columns . Form mirrors You want to specify the space allocation across multiple volumes. What should you do?


Options are :

  • Use the -b storage attribute in the vxassist command.
  • Use -P storagepool storage attribute in the vxassist command.
  • Use -g diskgroup storage attribute in the vxassist command.
  • Use the -o ordered storage attribute in the vxassist command.

Answer : Use the -o ordered storage attribute in the vxassist command.

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 :

  • EMPTY
  • RECOVER
  • CLEAN
  • DISABLED

Answer : RECOVER

While administrating the Veritas Volume Manager for Veritas Storage Foundation, you have accidentally destroyed the disk group. You now need to recover the destroyed disk group. You are sure that disk group have not been modified or reused before recovering the disk group. What step do you need to perform to recover the destroyed disk groups?


Options are :

  • Use the vxdg import command to import the disk group with the disk group id.
  • Use vxrecover disk group command to recover the disk group
  • Use vxconfigrstore to recover the disk group.
  • Use vxdarestore command to restore the disk group

Answer : Use the vxdg import command to import the disk group with the disk group id.

ST0-247 Symantec Cluster Server 6.1 for UNIX Technical Test Set 3

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