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Designing & Implementing HP Enterprise Backup Solutions

 

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1 For disaster recovery, many customers require that data be replicated to remote sites. What is an advantage in terms of backup operations?
A. There is no need to transport tapes between sites.
B. The production site only needs to perform a point-in-time copy.
C. Data corruption from the primary site cannot be replicated to the secondary site.
D. Backup jobs can be run at the secondary site on the replicated data to avoid overhead on the production server.
Answer: D

 


2 In addition to drivers and the backup application, which software component is crucial for bringing a multiserver solution together in an EBS?
A. open file software
B. client agent software
C. device sharing software
D. database agent software
Answer: C

 


3 Which advantages does a tape library offer over a standalone tape drive? (Select three.)
A. increased capacity
B. increased automation
C. decreased LAN utilization
D. increased device reliability
E. increased remote device management capabilities
Answer: A, B, E

 


4 How does the HP StorageWorks Enterprise Backup Solution provide increased stability, adaptability, performance, seamless and faster integration?
A. by using existing LAN topologies with network-attached storage devices (NAS)
B. through high-speed, single-server communication to tape devices using direct-attached SCSI
C. by exclusively using HP hardware and software components which were extensively tested and supported
D. through centralized backup of multiple servers, at local backup speeds, over a Fibre Channel storage network to tape libraries
Answer: D

 


5 In the Helical Scan recording technology, the read and write heads are attached to a rotating drum which is tilted at an angle to the tape. What is a result of this approach?
A. Data is recorded in diagonal stripes to achieve a high capacity at relatively slow tape movement.
B. The tape is divided into parallel, horizontal tracks and data is recorded by moving the tape at high speeds past the heads.
C. There is no need to write servo tracks because pre-formatted servo tracks can be used and applied during production of the tape.
D. The drive writes along one set of tracks from the beginning of the tape until the end of the tape in a serpentine recording pattern.
Answer: A

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