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QUESTION NO: 1
What is the virtual object that Volume Manager uses
to represent the structured or ordered collection of
D. disk group
QUESTION NO: 2
In this volume layout the mirroring occurs below the
striping or concatenation in order to mirror each column
of the stripe or each chunk of the concatenation. This
type of layout is called a layered volume. What is the
correct RAID level for a volume layout that combines
mirroring with striping or concatenation?
QUESTION NO: 3
Which two virtual objects are components of a Volume
Manager volume? (Choose two.)
A. VM disk
D. physical disk
QUESTION NO: 4
Which three are characteristics of a disk group? (Choose
A. collection of Volume Managerdisks
B. eases the use of resources in a high availability
C. allows Volume Manager objects to span multiple disk
D. represents a management and configuration boundary
QUESTION NO: 5
Which three plex types are valid in Volume Manager?
QUESTION NO: 6
Which area of a disk is used by Volume Manager to store
information such as disk headers, configuration copies,
and kernel logs?
A. the public region
B. the private region
C. the virtual region
D. the CDS region
QUESTION NO: 7
When using Volume Manager, what is considered the correct
definition for RAID-5?
A. Combines mirroring with striping or concatenation
where the mirroring occurs below the striping or concatenation
in order to mirror each column of the stripe or each
chunk of the concatenation
B. Refers to mirroring where data from one disk is duplicated
on another disk to provide redundancy and enable fast
C. Refers to simple concatenation or striping where
disk space is combined sequentially from two or more
disks or striped across two or more disks. RAID-0 does
NOT provide data redundancy.
D. Refers to a striped layout that includes the calculation
of parity information and the striping of that parity
information across the disks.