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Implementing Windows Server 2003 on
HP ProLiant Cluster Solutions

Exam Questions, Answers, Braindumps (HP0-794)

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QUESTION 1
During the configuration of a virtual SQL Server, what does the Failover Cluster wizard prompt you for?
A. The name and IP address of the virtual SQL Server.
B. The name and IP address of the ProLiant server where Windows Server 2003 is installed.
C. The user account and password.
D. The port or socket number used by the virtual SQL server.
Answer: A
QUESTION 2
What is the leading cause of downtime?
A. Hardware features
B. Operational Activities
C. Software features
D. Infrastructure problems
Answer: D
QUESTION 3
You are the administrator of a Windows Server 2003 Server Cluster. You need to manage the cluster remotely, which utilities should you use to perform this task? Select TWO.
A. Cluster.exe
B. Intelligent Cluster Administrator
C. Comclust.exe
D. Claudmin.exe
E. Cluster Manager
Answer: A, D
QUESTION 4
Which SQL Server clustering requirement changed between SQL 7.0 and SQL 2000?
A. Only licence for the first node in the cluster were requred for SQL 7.0;all nodes must have licence for SQL 2000.
B. Multiple virtual SQL servers could not run on the same set of disks for SQL 7.0, but can run on the same set of disks for SQL 2000.
C. Binaries are on the shared disk for SQL 7.0, but on the local disk for SQL 2000.
D. Microsoft Transaction Server and Microsoft Queue Manager are no longer included as components of SQL 2000.
Answer: C.
QUESTION 5
What type of disk access support do SQL Server 2000 and the Cluster service provide?
A. Dynamic disk
B. Shared Disk
C. Mutual disk
D. Shared-nothing disk
Answer: D
QUESTION 6
Which key consideration determines the optimum time to manually move a cluster group to balance the load?
A. Load balancing operations must be performed during non-peak hours.
B. Load balancing needs to occur when the overall cluster usage is high.
C. The optimum time depends on type of group that needs to be moved and how many clients are using the group.
D. Performance can charge when applications or resource transfer from one node to another.
Answer: C
QUESTION 7
Which new Windows Server 2003 clustering features enable you to use clustering more easily than was possible with Windows 2000? Select TWO.
A. Multinode addition
B. Network failure recovery
C. Installed by default
D. Windows Scripting Host
E. Four-node cluster support
Answer: A, C
QUESTION 8
Which version of Microsoft Windows Server 2003 supports systems using up to 32-way symmetric multiprocessing?
A. Advanced Edition
B. Datacenter Edition
C. Enterprise Edition
D. Professional Edition
E. Standard Edition
Answer: B.
QUESTION 9
Which action should you perform to simplify replacing an existing node?
A. Remove all peripherals from the node being replaced and install them in the replacement node.
B. Retain the Windows Server 2003 boot drives from the node being replaced and install them in the replacement node.
C. Take all resources and groups offline on both nodes and shut down both nodes.
D. Verify that all components from the node being replaced are identical to those in the replacement node.
Answer: B

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