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A customer has deployed OnCommand Unified Manager and wants to use it to manage their data protection relationships within their NetApp storage infrastructure.
In this scenario, which additional component must be deployed to satisfy this requirement? A . OnCommand System Manager B . NetApp SnapCenter C . OnCommand Cloud Manager D . OnCommand Workflow Automation
You are creating daily SnapVault backups of a NAS volume that contains the data for your business critical application. You discover that corruption began two weeks ago on the data on that volume.
In this scenario, which statement is true? A . The restore is disruptive, and all of the most recent Snapshot copies are preserved. B . The restore is nondisruptive, and all of the most recent Snapshot copies are preserved. C . The restore is disruptive, and all Snapshot copies that are older than two weeks are preserved. D . The restore is nondisruptive, and all Snapshot copies that are older than two weeks are preserved.
You are asked to protect your customer’s Exchange environment. You deploy SnapCenter 4.1 and the plug-in for Microsoft Exchange Server. While creating the backup policy, you select the Full and Log Backup from the list of supported backup types.
In this scenario, what would the Full and Log Backup type allow you to protect within Exchange? A . all databases but no transaction logs B . all databases and all transaction logs C . all uncommitted transaction logs and all of the databases D . all transaction logs but none of the databases
You want to configure peering between two existing ONTAP HA clusters.
In this scenario, which three steps would you perform to accomplish this task? (Choose three.) A . Create a cluster peering relationship. B . Create intracluster LIFs. C . Create intercluster LIFs. D . Create a SVM peering relationship. E . Create iSCSI LIFs.
You are asked to implement a DR solution to protect employee home directories on the primary cluster. The solution should provide an PRO of one hour, disaster recovery and archiving configured on the same destination volume of the DR cluster. Your solution should also reduce the amount of secondary storage requirements and use lower network traffic on the WAN links.
In this scenario, which NetApp replication technology satisfies these requirements? A . SnapMirror-Sync B . SyncMirror C . MetroCluster D . SnapMirror
A customer needs to add an additional X91143A card into a FAS9000 to allow mirroring between the production system and the disaster recovery FAS9000 platform. Slots 1, 4, 6, 8, and 9 have cards in them.
Referring to the exhibit, in which slot should you install the card? A . 5 B . 10 C . 3 D . 7
Which two configurations would be used to protect volumes in a production ONTAP system at two different disaster recovery (DR) locations? (Choose two.) A . SnapMirror in a fan-out topology B . SVM DR in a cascade topology C . SnapMirror in a cascade topology D . SVM DR in a fan-out topology
You have deployed volume-level replication with NetApp Synchronous SnapMirror replication technology.
In this scenario, which two statements are true? (Choose two.) A . In Sync mode, the application I/O fails if the write to the secondary storage is not completed, thereby ensuring that the primary and secondary storage are identical. B . In StrictSync mode, the application is allowed to continue writing to the primary storage
if the write to the secondary storage is not completed. C . In Sync mode, the application is allowed to continue writing to the primary storage if the write to the secondary storage is not completed. D . In StrictSync mode, the application I/O fails if the write to the secondary storage is not completed, thereby ensuring that the primary and secondary storage are identical.