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Q31. The storage administrator has implemented a multi-hop configuration using MaxRep. What is the minimal number of MaxRep engines required for this setup?
Explanation: A typical multi-hop replication configuration consists of a Pillar Axiom Replication Engine and two Pillar Axiom systems set up in a synchronous replication relationship at the primary site. In addition, another Replication Engine and Pillar Axiom system at the secondary site are set up in an asynchronous replication relationship with the secondary Pillar Axiom system on the primary site. When data from the application host is stored on the primary Pillar Axiom system on the primary site, the Replication Engine replicates any data changes to the secondary Pillar Axiom system at the primary site. This is the synchronous hop of the multi-hop replication.
Note: Pillar Axiom MaxRep Replication for SAN supports three basic types of replication configurations: synchronous, asynchronous, and multi-hop.
Multi-hop replication provides synchronous replication of a source LUN to a target LUN, and a second asynchronous replication of that target LUN to an additional target LUN.
Q32. The storage administrator is cabling the Axiom with copper FC cables. The power cords are being connected- Identify the best practice for installing the power cords.
A. Keep the copper cables and power cords separated to minimize EMI.
B. Be sure to run the copper cables and power cords parallel with each other if they must cross.
C. Be sure to run the copper cables and power cords perpendicular with each other if they must
D. The copper tables and power cords can be bundled together.
Explanation: Dress all power cables to the opposite side of the rack from any data cables.
Reference: Pillar Axiom 600 Hardware installation Guide, Connect Power Cables
Q33. The storage administrator needs to download the CLI for scripting purposes. Identify where administrator should go to download the CLI.
A. the HTML from the Pilot:
B. the customer FTP site
C. the Support tab in the AxiomONE GUI
D. the customer support center
E. the customer support portal
Explanation: To run the Pillar Axiom CLI, you must first download the software.
Perform this task on the workstation from which you will manage the Pillar Axiom
1 Log in to the graphical user interface (GUI).
2 Click the Support icon in the top context pane.
3 Click the command line interface (CLI) link in the left navigation pane.
4 Choose a download option from the Actions drop-down list for your
5 Follow the prompts to download the software.
6 Extract the software to a folder on your local workstation.
Note: The Pillar Axiom CLI is the commandline interface for configuring and monitoring
a Pillar Axiom system. The Pillar Axiom CLI provides the same capabilities as the
Pillar Axiom GUI, allowing configuration and management of the Pillar Axiom
system performed from command line or through custom scripts.
Reference: Pillar Axiom, CLI Reference Guide for axiomcli, Download the Pillar Axiom CLI
Q34. The storage administrator is connecting the Axiom to an existing SAN Fabric. Identify the best for connecting to the SAN Fabric.
A. Slammer Control Unit 0 Ports 0and 1 connectintoone switch.
B. SlammerControl Unit 1Ports 0 and 1connectintoone switch.
C. Slammer Control Unit 0 Port 0 and Control Unit 1 Port 0 connect into one switch.
D. Slammer Control Unit 0 Port 1 and Control Unit 1Port 1 connectintoone switch.
E. Slammer Control Unit 0 Port 0 and Control Unit 1Port 1 connect into one switch.
Note: Each NAS Slammer has four network data ports. At least one port for each Slammer control unit (CU) must be connected.
Q35. Which report types are available when creating a new scheduled report? Select all that apply.
A. LUN Performance
B. SAN Switch Performance
C. SAN Hosts
D. System Configuration
E. Storage Allocation
F. System Configuration Detail
Explanation: Select the type of report you want to generate from the Report Type menu.
Choose one of:
SAN Hosts (C)
System Configuration (D)
Storage Use per Volume
System Configuration Summary
Reference: Pillar Axiom Administrator's Guide, Create a Reporting Schedule
Q36. Identify how storage is assigned to a Storage Domain.
A. by Brick
B. by volume
C. by RAID group
D. by storage class
Explanation: Storage Domains allow storage administrators to assign logical volumes to a specific collection of Bricks.
A Storage Domain is defined as: A subset of a virtual storage pool consisting of a defined group of Brick storage enclosures. This group can consist of any assortment of Bricks, regardless of Storage Class, capacity, or any other attribute. A Storage Domain is typically used to provide specific allocation or security features for a collection of logical volumes.
Reference: Pillar Axiom Administrator's Guide, About Storage Domains
Q37. The storage administrator is setting up an Axiom. Identify the number of IP addresses required for the Pilot.
Explanation: The management interface provides connectivity between the end user data network and the Pillar Axiom Pilot management controller. You can choose which method to use to assign the primary IP addresses to the management interface on the Pilot: / Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), which assigns a primary IP address dynamically when the Pilot starts. / Static IP Address assigns a permanent, primary IP address to a control unit (CU) in the Pilot as well as alternate IP addresses for the ports on the partner CU. If the management software cannot access the primary IP address, it accesses an alternate IP address.
Q38. The storage administrator is modifying a user account. The current user is not able to perform system updates. Which role should the user be assigned to be able to perform this task?
B. Primary Administrator
Explanation: Administrator 1:A login account that has the authority to perform all administration, configuration, and recovery tasks.
B. primary administrator is an account, not a role
Q39. The storage administrator is creating a clone of volume ABC. Identify the parameters on the clone that the storage administrator can change.
A. Volume Name B. Volume Group C. Storage Profile D. Storage Domain
E. Background Copy Priority
Explanation: A: Volume Name
Identifies the name that is assigned to a LUN for administrative purposes.
LUN names must be unique across the Pillar Axiom system and must be 82
or fewer UTF characters, or 255 or fewer ASCII characters.
Allows you to assign the LUN to an existing volume group.
[...] Opens the dialog that allows you to create new
C: Storage Profile
Identifies the set of QoS attributes applied to the LUN.
[...] Opens the View Storage Profiles dialog that allows
you to review the profile details.
D: Storage Domain
Identifies the name of the storage domain associated with the LUN.
Storage Domains allow storage administrators to assign logical volumes to a
specific collection of Bricks. Such assignments can be made to reduce
contention among volumes, to implement different levels of security for those
volumes, or both.
Reference: Pillar Axiom Administrator's Guide, Create SAN Clone LUN, Quality of Service Tab
Q40. Indentify what must be required in order to receive alerts and email notifications from the Axiom storage system.
A. Email server
B. SNMP host
C. Call Home enabled
D. Primary Administratorcreated
Explanation: You must designate one or more recipients to receive an event notification and define an email server to receive the notifications. Note: This email server is also used to send CallHome notifications to the Oracle Pillar Customer Support.
Note: An event notification, when enabled, is defined as follows: A Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) email message that notifies recipients of specified system events. System events include informational, warning, or critical events such as the creation of a logical volume or the occurrence of a hardware or software problem. Event notifications are optional and supplement normal event logging and CallHome notification. (Formerly called an alert).
Reference: Pillar Axiom Administrator's Guide, About Managing Event Notifications