Planning and Designing HP Superdome Server Solutions
Exam Questions, Answers,
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Which memory configuration does HP recommend for an
sx1000 Superdome customer who wants the most availability?
A. 16 DIMMS (eight ranks)
B. 32 DIMMS (sixteen ranks)
C. minimum of 4 DIMMS (two ranks)
D. minimum of 8 DIMMS (four ranks)
Which functions does the Support Management Station
(SMS) support? (Select two.)
A. activates Instant Capacity (iCAP)
B. displays a log of events for troubleshooting
C. is a console to monitor Superdome servers
D. sets service level objectives (SLOs) for partitions
E. monitors resource usage and allocate resources
Answer: B, C
How does Pellston technology contribute to reliability
and high availability of Montecito processors?
A. It increases the bandwidth of the processor bus.
B. It removes hard cache errors by disabling the affected
Level 3 (L3) cache line.
C. It measures processor power consumption and deactivates
processors with irregular usage.
D. It measures processor power consumption and increases
processor frequency for processors that serve particular
Which devices does HP recommend for each hard partition?
Answer: A, D
Which component of Superdome 32-way server is omitted
from the Superdome16-way server's backplane assembly?
A. crossbar links
B. local crossbar communication links
C. cell board connectors for cells 4 through 7
D. cell board connectors for cells 0 through 3
What is the maximum number of DIMM slots that a single
HP Superdome cabinet can contain?
Which component coordinates memory access between
cell boards within the same hard partition?
C. cell controller chip
D. memory controller chip
Which items are documented in an HP Solution Implementation
Plan (SIP)? (Select two.)
A. pricing information for the solution
B. cabling requirements for the Superdome
C. current status of the Solution Lifecycle (SLC)
D. roles and responsibilities of the solution team
E. operating system questionnaire details of the Superdome
Answer: C, D