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Business Continuity Expert Exam for Implementation Engineers

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Your customer wants to implement Dynamic SRDF into a DMX2000-M2 containing all parity RAID-protected volumes. What is the primary benefit of Dynamic SRDF in the environment?
A. Terminates and re-establishes relationships with new secondary volumes
B. The functionality is not available for devices that are protected by Parity RAID
C. Creates a new primary/secondary pair relationship from non SRDF devices
D. Allows personality swaps between primary and secondary volumes
Answer: B

When creating a TimeFinder script for a W2K host that synchronizes a BCV pair, and the same BCV device is accessible by another W2K host, which operation should the script contain to avoid any Windows plug- and-play feature from corrupting the BCV?
A. SIU to lock the device
B. SIU to flush file system buffers
C. Check the BCV pair state and perform a full establish
D. SIU to unmount the device on the secondary host
Answer: D

You are implementing a TimeFinder solution on an AIX host. All the BCVs are visible to the host and available. The next day, the BCVs are not defined, and the host cannot see them. What happened?
A. The host rebooted and cfgmgr did not run
B. mkbcv did not run
C. The host rebooted and mkbcv did not run
D. cfgmgr did not run
Answer: C

A user performed a TSIM backup of a SQL Server 2000 database. The backup failed because TSIM was unavailable to connect to SQL Server with the "Access Denied" error message. What is the quickest fix for this problem?
A. Assign SQL Server sysadmin role to the user's Windows login
B. Correct the ODBC settings and assign SQL Server sysadmin role to the user's Windows login
C. Correct the ODBC settings
D. Change SQL Server authentication methods
Answer: A

A customer running HP-UX is creating a BCV copy of the production database and presenting it to a reporting host for the first time. The BCVs have been presented to the reporting host and were then established to the standards. The customer wants to name the volume group orabcvvg and preserve their logical volume names. What are the four [4] commands that must be run on the reporting host following the BCV split?
A. mknod /dev/orabcvvg/group c 64 0x010000
B. vgchange -a y orabcvvg
C. vgchgid /dev/rdsk/c1t4d0 /dev/rdsk/c1t4d1
D. mkdir /dev/orabcvvg
E. vgimport -m std_vg.map orabcvvg /dev/dsk/c1t4d0 /dev/dsk/c1t4d1
Answer: A,B,D,E

You are validating a remote replica configuration where a RAID-1 protected R1 device needs to be replicated remotely to a RAID-1 protected R2 device. The source R1 device already is a part of a TimeFinder concurrent BCV configuration. What should you consider to validate the configuration?
A. Whether the R2 device is being remotely replicated to a RBCV
B. The number of mirror positions available to the RDF target device
C. The number of mirror positions available to the RDF source device
D. The number of I/Os between R1 and BCVs
Answer: C

A customer environment has grown beyond the ability to manually track device group information. Group Name Services (GNS) is needed, and your task is to help implement GNS. The customer would like you to import all of the device groups into GNS, configure the daemon to restart automatically, and configure the group definition to mirror to the remote array. Which actions are required?
A. GNS does all of this automatically. There is no need to perform any operations after GNS is installed.
B. Configure the options file to handle all of this and then write a script that can run the file as needed.
C. Configure the options file to automatically restart the daemon and to mirror the GNS information to the remote Symmetrix. Then, manually add each device into GNS from each host. Two entries per device are required if PowerPath is installed.
D. Configure the options file to automatically restart the daemon and to mirror the GNS information to the remote Symmetrix. Then issue symdg activateall and stordaemon start commands.
Answer: D

Your customer's Oracle database environment is in a RDF syncinprog state after an SRDF restore was issued from the remote DMX. The database was then re-mounted and made read/write for all users. In this state, the customer has concerns about abnormal delay times. How can you explain the delay times to the customer?
A. Data tracks on the target device are copied to cache for Oracle fetches during this restore operation.
B. The Oracle database is not available until the restore process has completed
C. The Symm is fetching data blocks from the source during this restore operation
D. Any locally changed tracks are being retrieved from the remote DMX during the restore
Answer: D

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