Click the Exhibit button. LEAD2PASS Party Supplies Corporation has a requirement to monitor all virtual machines in a vSphere 5 environment for CPU and Memory usage. An administrator configures an alarm in vCenter Server to send an alert when any VM exceeds 65% memory utilization and 75% CPU utilization. The alarm should warn administrators if the virtual machine is within 20% of the defined thresholds. The alarm has been created with the default options as shown in the exhibit.
Which three modifications must be made to the default settings in the alarm definition to satisfy the stated requirements? (Choose three.)
A. Set the VM CPU Usage (%) Alert trigger to 75% and the VM Memory Usage(%) Alert trigger to 55%
B. Set the VM CPU Usage (%) Alert trigger to 75% and the VM Memory Usage(%) Warning trigger to 55%
C. Set the VM CPU Usage (%) Warning trigger to 65% and the VM Memory Usage (%) Warning trigger to 45%
D. Set the Trigger if all of the conditions are satisfied radio button
E. Set the Trigger if any of the conditions are satisfied radio button
You need to set the VM Cpu usage alert trigger to 75% and VM memory usage alert trigger to 55%. Warning trigger should be at 65% and VM memory usage warning trigger to 45%. Check the radio button trigger if any of the conditions are satisfied.
An administrator is performing maintenance on a storage array used by an ESXi 5.x host. The administrator wants to disable alarm actions for the host while the maintenance is taking place.
What procedure will accomplish this task?
A. Go to the Alarms tab for each ESXi host in the DRS cluster. Locate storage-related alarms.
Right-click and disable each alarm.
B. Right-click the DRS cluster and select Alarm and Disable Alarm Actions.
C. Right-click the ESXi host and select Alarm and Disable Alarm Actions.
D. Go to the Alarms tab for the Datacenter containing the DRS cluster. Locate the storage-related alarms.
Right-click and disable each alarm.
An administrator would like to have vCenter take action any time a virtual machine is using over 90% of its available resources for five minutes or longer.
Which three actions can be taken by vCenter Server in response to the trigger without running a script? (Choose three.)
A. Power on a VM
B. Reboot Guest on VM
C. Increase Virtual Machine Memory
D. Migrate a VM
E. Increase Virtual Machine CPU Shares
Power on a VM, reboot guest and Migrate a VM will be the actions taken by vCenter Server in response to a trigger without needing a script.
A group of virtual machines has been deployed using thin disks because of limited storage space availability. The storage team has expressed concern about extensive use of this type of provisioning.
At which level can the administrator set an alarm to notify the storage team?
B. Virtual Machine
D. Resource Pool
You can set the alarm at Datastore level to notify storage team. Thin provisioning is done on datastore so the alarm should be set there.
An administrator has purchased a new 10GB Converged Network Adapter (CNA) for installation in a system that is running ESXi 5.x. The administrator has downloaded the latest driver from the hardware vendor and wants to include the driver in an image. The image profile acceptance level is set to VMwareSupported. The acceptance level of the driver is VMwareSupported.
Which two statements are true about the inclusion of this driver in the image? (Choose two.)
A. Support calls for the driver will be directed to the partner.
B. The image can be built, but the driver will not be included in the image.
C. The image can be built and the driver will be included.
D. Support calls for the driver will be handled by VMware.
The acceptance level of all VIBs on a host must be at least as high as the host acceptance level. For example, if the host acceptance level is VMware Accepted, you can install VIBs with
acceptance levels of VMware Certified and VMware Accepted, but you cannot install VIBs with acceptance levels of Partner Supported or Community Supported. To install a VIB with a less restrictive acceptance level than that of the host, you can change the acceptance level of the host by using the vSphere Client or by running esxcli software acceptance commands. Setting host acceptance levels is a best practice that allows you to specify which VIBs can be installed on a host and used with an image profile, and the level of support you can expect for a VIB. For example, a Community Supported VIB might not be recommended for an ESXi server in a production environment.
What are the three service offerings provided by a VMware-powered public cloud? (Choose three.)
D. Highly Elastic
http://www.vmware.com/files/pdf/cloud/VMware-ServiceDef-Public-Cloud-11Q1-White- Paper.pdf (page 6, see service offerings)
An administrator has been tasked with upgrading an exsiting host from ESX 4.1 to ESXi 5.x. The existing host has only vSwitch0 with all the default settings.
The upgraded host will have the following new requirements.
1. 116 virtual machines will be connected.
2. four uplinks configured for port-based load balancing.
3. The switch will include a secondary heartbeat network for HA.
Which two statements are true about this configuration? (Choose two.)
A. The Service Console Port will be removed during the upgrade
B. The configuration requires only one VMkernel Port
C. The default vSwitch0 is sufficient for this configuration
D. A change to vSwitch0 Properties is required
VMware has removed the service console port group with the release of vSphere 5. You can execute the same command, which you used to do on vSphere 4 service console using vMA, CLI and PowerCLI.
Virtual machine VM1 is unable to communicate with virtual machine VM2. Both virtual machines are connected to a portgroup named Production on vSwitch1 on host ESXi01. Which statement could explain why?
A. The only vmnic connected to vSwitch1 on ESXi01 is set to unused
B. The only vmnic connected to vSwitch1 on ESXi01 is set to standby
C. Load balancing settings on Production do not match vSwitch1
D. VM1 is configured for VGT, VM2 is configured for VST
http://www.vmware.com/pdf/esx_vlan.pdf (page 7)
An administrator is creating a new virtual machine using the New Virtual Machine wizard in custom mode on an ESXi 5.x host with two quad-core CPUs. What would limit the maximum number of virtual sockets for the virtual machine to 8? (Choose three.)
A. Windows 2008 32-bit is configured as the guest operating system.
B. Virtual machine hardware version 8 is configured for the VM.
C. Hyperthreading is disabled on the ESXi host.
D. The ESXi host is configured with a Standard license.
E. The number of cores per virtual socket is set to 4.
Disable hyperthreading on the ESXi host and configure the host with a standard license. Then set the number of cores per virtual socket to 4 and you will limit the virtual sockets for a virtual machine to 8.
What are two methods of maximizing VMFS performance for virtual machines across all the hosts in a cluster? (Choose two.)
A. Use disk shares to prioritize virtual machine disk I/O
B. Enable Storage I/O control
C. Enable Storage DRS with I/O load balancing
D. Enable Host Cache using local SSD drives
To maximize VMFS performance of virtual machines, you can enable Storage I/O control and
storage DRS with I/O load balancing.
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