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Q1. Which drive types are available for an Axiom system? 

A. SATA 

B. SSD (SLC) 

C. SSD (MLC) 

D. Fiber Channel 

E. SAS 

Answer: A,B,D 

Explanation: Pillar Axiom systems support the following three Storage Classes: 

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 SATA *FC 

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 SSD SLC (solid state drive, single-level cell) 

Note: When you create a Storage Domain for regular use, we recommend that you assign the following minimum number of Bricks to that domain: 

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 Two serial ATA (SATA) or solid state device (SSD) Bricks 

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 Three Fibre Channel (FC) Bricks 

Reference: Pillar Axiom Administrator's Guide, About Storage Classes 


Q2. When the AxiomONE Path Manager is installed on the host, which types of failures is the host protected against? 

A. HBA failure 

B. Pilot failure 

C. Slammer failure 

D. SANswitchfailure 

E. Brick failure 

Answer: C,D 

Explanation: 

C: You can reduce the impact of failures in your Internet Small Computer System Interface (iSCSI) network by ensuring that iSCSI connections are made through several network interface cards (NICs) on the host. We recommend using the normal IP configuration facilities to route connections to different Slammer storage controller ports through different host NICs. For example, if the host has two NICs available for iSCSI connections to a Slammer, you can set up routing to send all traffic to one port on each Slammer control unit (CU) through one NIC, and traffic to the other port on each Slammer CU through the other NIC. 

D:Supported iSCSI Routers and Switches 

Pillar AxiomONE Path Manager (APM) supports the iSCSI-to-Fibre Channel 

routing features of the Cisco MDS 9000 family of multi-layer directors and fabric 

switches. 

Note:AxiomONE Path Manager (APM) 3.1 has many features to facilitate LUN access 

from a storage area network (SAN) host. 

APM is defined as: 

Optional software installed on a storage area network (SAN) 

host to manage multiple paths to the Pillar Axiom storage 

system. 

APM performs the following primary functions: 

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 Routes I/O to Pillar Axiom LUNs using only the best available data paths. 

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 Shares traffic among the available paths and ensures that access to the LUNs is not interrupted if some paths fail. 

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 Automatically configures the host into the AxiomONE Storage Services Manager and updates the configuration if the host information changes. 

Reference: Pillar AxiomONE Path Manager 3.1, Installation Guide and Release Notes 


Q3. The storage administrator has installed the AxiomONE Path Manager on a host. Identify the status displayed when the AxiomONE Path Manager software registers the host Information on the Axiom system. 

A. Communicating 

B. NotCommunicating 

C. Registered 

D. no status displayed 

Answer:

Explanation: For a SAN host that is managed by APM, the GUI shows the host as an associated host and its status as Registered. Reference: 

Pillar Axiom Administrator's Guide, About SAN Host Management 


Q4. Which methods are available to the storage administrator for checking events? 

A. Email Alerts 

B. SNMP 

C. Event Viewer 

D. Viewing the ASSM Event Logs 

E. Viewing var/log/syslog on the Pilot 

F. Viewing var/log/dmesg on the Pilot 

Answer: A,D 

Explanation: A: Create event notifications so that you are notified when specific events occur in 

the Pillar Axiom system. You can specify the types of system events that trigger 

alerts as well as designate the recipients who receive the notices. 

1 From the Monitor tab, click Event Notification. 

2 Choose Actions > Create Event Notification. 

3 Enter a name for the event notification in the Name field. 

4 Enter a description in the Description field. 

5 To enable the notification, select Enable Event Notification. 

6 From the Monitored Events list, select the events for which you want to 

trigger the notification. 

Example: 

To be notified of any login failures, in the event tree, navigate down to the 

Informational > Audit list. Select the Login Failed item and then click the rightfacing 

arrow to move the item to the Monitored Events column. 

7 To add one or more event notification recipients, click Add. 

8 Enter the email address of each notification recipient. 

D: Display the Event Log 

Review the event log to monitor events that have occurred in the Pillar Axiom 

system. If too many events display on the screen, you can apply filters to the list. 

1 From the Monitor tab, click Event Log. 

2 Review the event log details to ensure that the information is what you 

expect. 

Reference:Pillar Axiom Administrator's Guide,Create an Event Notification 


Q5. The development team needs a volume that contains data from the production system for testing. Identify the best Pillar Axiom storage system method that can solve this challenge. 

A. Copy LUN 

B. Clone LUN 

C. Snapshot 

D. Clone Volume 

Answer:

Explanation: For SAN, the Pillar Axiom storage system provides snapshot backup and restore capability at the LUN level. You can provide data protection for a LUN by cloning the volume. You can clone a LUN manually or create a schedule by which the system automatically creates a Clone LUN on a predefined basis. 


Q6. The storage administrator is creating a volume and wants to protect it from a full Brick failure. Identify the protection level needed to accomplish this configuration. 

A. Standard Redundancy 

B. RAID10 

C. Double Redundancy 

D. assigning the volume toa Storage Domain 

Answer:

Explanation: When a factory-fresh, single-SATA Brick system is first powered up, Persistence (which is the Pillar Axiom data store containing many system settings) will be configured on that Brick. Persistence will be doubly-redundant with both instances residing on the same Brick (on two data LUNs). If additional Bricks are added later, Persistence will not be migrated to locate the different copies on separate Bricks for higher protection against single-Brick failure. 

Reference: Pillar Axiom 300, 500, and 600. Release notes, Persistence Vulnerability in Single- SATA Brick Systems 


Q7. The storage administrator realized that the SAN host is mapped to the wrong cluster host. How can the storage administrator correct the volume mappings? 

A. by moving the SAN host to the correct host group 

B. by manually updating each volume mapping 

C. by associating the SAN host 

D. by installing the AxiomONP Path Manager 

Answer:

Explanation: You can easily manage the mapping of a LUN to SAN hosts by assigning the hosts to a specific group. This group is a named, logical collection of SAN hosts. You might have SAN hosts that have been registered by the Pillar Axiom Path Manager (APM) application or might have created a host association for various initiators. You can create additional host associations by using existing APM registered or manually created hosts. This activity is useful if you have host clusters, eachof which contains many hosts and each host contains a few initiators. 

Reference: Pillar Axiom Administrator's Guide, About Host Groups 


Q8. What are the two functions of a Storage Profile? 

A. It provides a standardized set of quickly repeatable attributes for an application. 

B. It specifies a set of Quality of Service attributes that are used to optimize & logical volume for a specific application or task. 

C. It determines the amount of storage allocated to the volume based on the application that is using the volume. 

D. It specifies thresholds which, when exceeded, may automatically initiate the copy of an underperforming volume to a higher performance storage. 

E. It specifics the Storage Domain to be used when creating the logical volume for a specificapplicationor task. 

Answer: A,B 

Explanation: When configuring a logical volume, you can select a collection of predefined properties to apply to that volume. This collection of properties is called a Storage Profile. 

A: To help the storage administrator configure a volume, Pillar Data Systems provides a collection of Storage Profiles, each of which is optimized for one of several common applications. 

B: A Storage Profile defines the Quality of Service (QoS) settings for an individual logical volume. 

Reference: Pillar Axiom Administrator's Guide, System Storage Profile Properties 


Q9. Which dynamic status bar icon displays the overall system status of the hardware components? 

A. System Status 

B. System Alert 

C. Display Pillar Axiom system communications 

D. Hardware Status 

Answer:

Explanation: Hardware status Displays the overall system status of the hardware components. A status of Normal (uncolored) requires no action. If, however, the status is Warning (yellow) or Critical (red), to view the Hardware overview page so the cause of the status can be identified, click this icon. 

Reference: Pillar Axiom Administrator's Guide, Status Bar Description 


Q10. Identify three available roles for a new user account created by the storage administrator. 

A. Pillar Support 

B. Monitor 

C. Primary Administrator 

D. Administrator1 

E. Administrator2 

Answer: A,B,E 

Explanation: The three roles with least permissions. 

Note: Role Identifies the role that is assigned to the administrator account. A role defines which permissions are granted to the administrator. 

Primary Administrator Administrator 1 Administrator 2 Monitor Support Pillar support 

Reference: Pillar Axiom Administrator's Guide, Administrator Accounts Overview Page