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Q21. The storage administrator wants to be able to schedule a pointer-based copy of source volume ASSM. Which Axiom data protection function will help accomplish this task? 

A. Copy LUN 

B. Clone LUN 

C. Snapshot 

D. Backup LUN 

Answer:

Explanation: Restoring a LUN from a Clone LUN uses partial block snapshot technology, which allows the LUN to keep its same identity and to come back online in a short amount of time, especially when compared to copying the entire data set back from a tape backup. This restoration process copies only that data that was modified after the snapshot was taken. Furthermore, this process allows access to the data while the background copy is in progress. 

Clone LUN: A point-in-time, read-write, partial-block snapshot of a LUN that you intend to split from the original LUN for immediate access. A Clone LUN retains the same QoS parameters as the source LUN and consumes storage capacity from the Clone LUN repository that was allocated for the source LUN. A Clone LUN cannot be scheduled from the Pillar Axiom Storage Services Manager; it is an immediate operation. Clone LUNs provide a convenient method to branch from the source data without the need to do a fullblock copy operation. Formerly called a Snap LUN. 

Reference: Pillar Axiom Administrator's Guide, Restore a LUN from a Clone LUN 


Q22. Identify the download location of the Axiom SNMP MIB. 

A. the Pilot management controller accessed via a web browser 

B. the Support >Utilities branch in the AxiomONE Storage Services Manager 

C. the Configure > SNMP branchin the AxiomONE Storage Services Manager 

D. the Monitor > System Alerts branch in the AxiomONE Storage Services Manager 

Answer:

Explanation: Download the Pillar Axiom MIB 

The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) management information 

base (MIB) table lists Pillar Axiom 600 system resources that you can monitor. 

The file is available on the Pilot management controller, which is accessed from 

a web browser. 

1 Start a web browser from your workstation. 

2 Specify the IP address of the Pilot management controller or the name of 

the Pillar Axiom system as the address to open. 

3 Click Utilities. 

4 Click Download Pillar Axiom SNMP MIB link. 

5 Save the file to your client workstation. 

Reference: Pillar Axiom Administrator's Guide, Download the Pillar Axiom MIB 


Q23. Which best describes an event notification? 

A. A Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) email message that notifies recipients of specified system events. 

B. A Simple MailTransfer Protocol (SMTP) email message that notifies recipients of default system events 

C. A Call-Home email message that notifies recipients of specified system events. 

D. A Call-Home email message that notifies recipients of default system events. 

Answer:

Explanation: An event notification, when enabled, is defined as follows: 

A Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) email message 

that notifies recipients of specified system events. 


Q24. Identify the proper ways to connect the hardware power to the PDUs. 

A. alternating circuit breakers 

B. filling up one circuit breaker before using the others 

C. connecting half of the power on the hardware into one PDU and the other half into the second PDU 

D. connecting all Slammer CUs into one PDU and connecting all the Bricks and Pilots into the second PDU 

E. connectingall thepower for the Slammersinto one PDU and connectingall the hardware power into thesecond PDU 

Answer:

Explanation: The Pillar Axiom 600 system components must be plugged into the PDUs such 

that they do not exceed the amperage rating of any outlet group. If you exceed 

the amperage rating, the circuit breakers trip. 

The power cords for each component must connect to separate PDUs, 

connected to separate power circuits. 

Note: 1 Review the Pillar Axiom 600 power requirements. 

2 Review the information about power cabling and verify that your PDUs meet 

the electrical requirements. 

3 Plug in your system components in such a way so that no PDU amperage 

limits are exceeded. 

4 Dress all power cables to the opposite side of the rack from any data 

cables. 

We recommend dressing the power cables to the left side (when facing the 

back of the cabinet). 

5 Secure the power cables to the rack such that they do not restrict the 

removal of any other component. 

Reference:Pillar Axiom Administrator's Guide,Connect Power Cables 


Q25. Which defines a Pillar Axiom storage system copy? 

A. a full block-for-block copy 

B. a full block-for-block snapshot 

C. a copy-on-write snapshot 

D. a copy-on-write copy 

Answer:

Explanation: Clone LUNs are writable snapshots of a LUN using partial-block snapshot technology. 

Note: A Clone LUN is defined as: A pointintime, readwrite, partialblock snapshot of a LUN that can be accessed immediately. A Clone LUN retains the same QoS parameters as the source LUN and consumes storage capacity from the Clone LUN repository that was allocated for the source LUN. 

Reference: Pillar Axiom Administrator's Guide, About Managing Clone LUNs 


Q26. The storage administrator has installed MaxRep in the SAN environment. Identify how MaxRep communicates to the Pillar Axiom storage system for volume discovery. 

A. AxiomONE CLI commands through FCP 

B. AxiomONE CLI commands through TCP/IP 

C. SCSI commands through FCP 

D. SCSI commands through FCoE 

Answer:

Explanation: 

Note: Initiate a Pillar Axiom iSCSI Session 

Use the iSCSI Login option when investigating iSCSI login problems to the Pillar 

Axiom system from the Pillar Axiom MaxRep Replication for SAN. 

1 To perform the iSCSI Login operation, navigate to Settings > Axioms > Toolkit 

for MaxRep. 

2 In the Select MaxRep Option page, select iSCSI Login and click Next. 

3 In the Select an Axiom page, select a Pillar Axiom system from those listed. 

4 Click Submit to initiate the login operation. 

5 At the confirmation prompt, click OK. 


Q27. Which CLI can the storage administrator use to collect system logs from the Axiom storage system? 

A. pcli.exe 

B. registerAxiom.exe 

C. axiomcli.exe D. pdsquery.exe E. pdssysinfo.exe 

Answer:

Explanation: From Appendix B Pillar Axiom CLI Commands: 

-clearLogs 

Clears the current set of logs on the Pillar Axiom system 

Note: The Pillar Axiom CLI (axiomcli.exe) 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 


Q28. Identify three hardware components contained in a Slammer. 

A. Control Unit 

B. Network Interface Module 

C. Private Interconnect Module 

D. RAID Controller 

E. ES Module 

Answer: A,B,C 

Explanation: A:A Slammer is a 4U, clustered storage subsystem that is the front end to a Pillar Axiom storage system. Slammer storage controllers contain two control units that act in active-active mode to provide data and state mirroring. 

A, B, C: From the picture below you see the Network interface module, the CU leds, and the Private Connect Module. 

Reference: Reference: Pillar Axiom 600 Hardware installation Guide, Verify the Back Status LEDs 


Q29. The storage administrator has installed an Axiom and would like to change the system name and provide a brief description. Which action would the storage administrator need to complete? 

A. modifying Network Settings 

B. modifying Asset Information 

C. modifying System Time 

D. modifying Security Settings 

Answer:

Explanation: You may want to change the name of the system that is displayed in the Pillar 

Axiom Storage Services Manager. 

1 From the Configure tab, click Summary > System. 

2 Choose Actions > Modify Asset Information. 

3 Enter the necessary information in any of the following fields: 

Name 

Description 

Location 

Contact Name 

Contact Phone 

Asset Number 

Note: Pillar recommends that you enter the name and phone for more than 

one contact. 

4 Click OK to save your changes. 

Reference: Pillar Axiom Administrator's Guide, Modify Asset Information 


Q30. The storage administrator is creating a LUN. Which organizational units can the LUN be assigned to? 

A. Storage Class B. Typical Access C. Volume Group D. Storage Domain 

E. Clone LUN Group 

Answer:

Explanation: Volume groups are organizational units that can contain any grouping of logical 

volumes and nested volume groups 

Note: A LUN is defined as: 

A logical volume within a storage area network (SAN). 

Administrators assign storage resources and Quality of 

Service (QoS) attributes to each logical unit (LUN). 

Reference: Pillar Axiom Administrator's Guide