EMC Technology Foundations - SAN
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Which types of disk drives are currently used on CLARiiON
CX series storage systems?
A. Dual ported SCSL disk drives and ATA disk drive
B. Count key Data (CKD) disk drives and Fixed Block
Architecture (FBA) Disk Drive
C. Dual ported Fibre Channel disk drives and ATA disk
D. Dual ported SCSL disk drives and Dual ported fibre
Channel disk drives
Which statement describes ISL aggregation?
A. Enables distribution of traffic over the combined
bandwidth of two or more ISLs and increases availability
B. Prevents unauthorized use of ISLs by combining
them into a single security domain
C. Allows vendors to create more E-_Port in a switch
and limit their use for ISLs
D. Mechanism by which one or more ISLs can be reserved
for special situations when extra bandwidth is needed
What are two  features of Celerra Replicator?
A. Synchronous data recovery
B. Only sends Control Station configuration parameters
over the IP network
C. Point-in-time copy over an IP network
D. Only sends changed data over the IP network
What is the function of the Control Center infrastructure?
A. Allows environment management
B. Stores data for objects
C. Collects data for type of object
D. Retrieves data
What are two  characteristics of cache memory on
a CLARiiON array?
A. Write cache is always mirrored.
B. Write cache is not mirrored
C. Page size is set for the array
D. Page size is set for each LUN
Which network based backup solution maintains both
NFS and CIFS attributes?
A. SAN based backups
B. NFS/CIFS mount over the network
C. SNMP based backup
D. NDMP based backups
In a Symmetrix, what is Parity RAID?
A. Difference data (results of XOR calculation) passed
between drives by Das
B. Mirror of Symmetrix Logical Volume maintained in
seprate Symmetrix frame
C. Mirrored Striped Volumes
D. Two mirrors of one Symmetrix Logical Volume located
on a separate physical drive
Which protocol uses TCP/IP to tunnel Fibre Channel