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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 you 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 option snaprestore_noprompts enable=option.
C. Use the -f option with the snap restore command.
D. These prompts are for data protection and auditing
and cannot be overridden.
Fill in the blank for the following statement:
Cascading is supported for Snap/Mirror _____________
B. storage appliance
The dedicated/standby pairs of network interfaces
for clustered filer pairs can be on different network
What command would you enter to review the list of
snapshots available for reversion of vol2?
A. snap restore -r vol /vol/vol2
B. snap restore -t vol / vol/vol2
C. snap restore -t file -r /vol/vol2/home/re/vol/vol2/etc/re
D. snap restore -s vol /vol/vol2
Which two type of resources can be replicated using
the SnapMirror command?
A. RAID group
When does the filer operating system Performa a consistency
A. Every 10 seconds
B. When all of NVRAM become filled and every10 seconds.
C. After every snapshot.
D. Three times a day.
E. When half of NVRAM becomes filled or every 10 seconds.
Which option of the snap restore command allows you
to specify a different directory, as long as the directory
A. snap restore -r
B. snap restore -d
C. snap restore -s
D. snap restore -c
Data ONTAP uses inodes in an active file system to
A. disk blocks
B. file segments
One of primary design goals of WAFL is to
A. utilize a common inode structure.
B. Keep WAFL metadata in fixed location protected
by RAID 4.
C. Keep WAAFL metadata in files.
D. Write new data to allocated disk block and never
overwrite existing data.
E. Maintain two identical copies of the inomap.
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 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 must 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
acroos all snapshots need to be checked for active
blocks related to the file you restored.
After a SnapREstore reversion of a volume, incremental
backup and restore operations on the file or volume
cannot rely on the timesamps to determine what data
needs to be backup or restored. Which of the following
is the most likely course of action to take to ensure
correct incorrect incremental backups?
A. Perform a base-level incremental backups?
B. Reboot the storage appliance to reset timestamps
back to their original times before the reversion.
C. Take a new snapshot of the volume to create new
base-level timestamps for the incremental backup.
D. First perform choice and then choice a.
In Data ONTAP 6.2 the capacity of qtrees can modified
without having to destroy the qtree or volume it is
Five minutes ago, you performed a single file SnapRestorer
on a large NFS file. Four out of ten of your NFS users
are now complaining about getting "stale file
handles" for the file. Which of the following
is the most likely cause of this problem, and the
best procedure to correct it?
A. These four users are on a different subnet form
the other. Start troubleshooting by checking their
B. After a single file SnapRestore, NFS users have
to reboot their system. 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 "stale file handle"
error message. Have the four users try to reopen the
file and see if the problems is resolved.