What are IOPS?

What are IOPS? A. The amount of network bandwidth measured in segments that is required to process iSCSI overhead. B. The number of input and/or output operations in one second. C. Integrated output Performance Statistic D. Intermittent Operations in Primary Storage. Explanation: Input/output operations per second (IOPS, pronounced eye-ops) is an input/output performance measurement used […]

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Which three statements are true regarding vsanSparse snapshots?

Which three statements are true regarding vsanSparse snapshots? (Choose three.) A. They require vSAN 6.0 or higher. B. They support up to 24 snapshots C. They use a copy-on-write format D. They use an always-sparse format. E. They are supported if a virtual machine has machine has existing vmfsSparse snapshots F. They are supported if […]

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How does this network failure impact VM01?

A virtual machine named VM01 is running on Host01 on a four-node vSAN cluster. vSphere HA is enabled for the cluster. vSphere HA host isolation response is setto Power off and restart VMs. VM01 has a storage policy assigned to it that contains the rule Primary level of failures to tolerate = 1. A network […]

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What is storage latency?

What is storage latency? A. The maximum bandwidth provided by a Fiber Channel switch. B. The time required for a system to process a storage transaction. C. The level of availability in a storage sub-system D. The minimum bandwidth provided by an iSCSI initiator. Explanation:Latency is a measure of the time required for a sub-system […]

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What is needed to meet the needs of this scenario?

An administrator is designing a vSphere cluster with the VSAN default policy. The requirement is to maintain full redundancy of data and virtual disks during anypatching or maintenance of this cluster. What is needed to meet the needs of this scenario? A. A minimum of four hosts in the cluster B. VMware Proactive HA C. […]

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