Network Appliance Data Protection Exam 7G
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You work as a network administrator at Company.com.
You want to create an automated test environment that
performs a single file SnapRestore. Every time you
run the procedure, however, SnapRestore prompts you
to confirm your decision to revert the file. How can
you automate this step?
A. Enter the priv set advanced mode on the storage
appliance and the prompt will not appear.
B. Enable the options snaprestore_noprompts enable=on
C. Use the option with the snap restore command.
D. These prompts are for data protection and auditing
and cannot be overridden.
Which one of the following actions will cause a currently
in sync snapmirror relationship to fall out of sync?
A. Modifying the /etc/snapmirror.conf file on the
source storage appliance
B. Modifying the /etc/snapmirror.conf file on the
destination storage appliance
C. Running snapmirror update on the source storage
D. Running snapmirror release on the source storage
SnapMirror qtree replication can be set up for a maximum
of ____ qtrees on any one volume.
One week ago you performed a single file SnapRestore
from a snapshot other than the most recent. You now
notice that the storage appliance is now taking longer
to perform snapshot deletions. Which of the following
reasons is the most likely cause of this problem?
A. Snapshots that existed after the one used for the
single file SnapRestore need to be manually deleted.
B. The SnapRestore schedule changed from weekly to
C. All of the snapshots created after you did the
single file SnapRestore were deleted, and reserved
inodes from the snapshots still exist.
D. Before a snapshot can be deleted, the active maps
across all snapshots need to be checked for active
blocks related to the file you restored.
When you are setting up SnapMirror, which one of the
following is not a replication pre-requisite?
A. SnapMirror must be licensed for each storage appliance.
B. The source volume must be offline.
C. If you are replicating a volume, you must create
a restricted volume to be used as the SnapMirror destination
D. The capacity of the SnapMirror destination must
be greater than or equal to the capacity of the source.
How can you throttle SnapVault updates and baseline
transfers so that the primary or secondary is not
transmitting data as fast as it can?
A. Use the -k option in the snapvault start command.
B. Use the snapvault throttle command.
C. SnapVault doesn support throttling of network throughput.
D. None of the above
Which two of the following NetApp storage appliances
do not support the use of synchronous SnapMirror?
Answer: C, D
Five minutes ago, you performed a single file SnapRestore
on a large NFS file. 40% of your NFS users are now
complaining about getting tale file handles?for the
file. Which one of the following is the most likely
cause of this problem, and the best procedure to correct
A. These users are on a different subnet from the
others. Start troubleshooting by checking their subnet.
B. After a single file SnapRestore, NFS users have
to reboot their systems. Have them reboot their systems.
C. This might be due to an NFS storage appliance and
client version mis-match. Check to see that these
users have the same version of the NFS client that
existed at the time the snapshot was taken.
D. NFS users who try to access a reverted file without
first reopening it might get a tale file handle error
message. Have the users try to reopen the file and
see if the problem is resolved.