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Q171. - (Topic 3) 

In clustered Data ONTAP 8.2, what is the maximum number of cluster nodes if any SAN protocols are being used? 

A. 2 node 

B. 4 nodes 

C. 6 nodes 

D. 8 nodes 

E. 10 nodes 

F. 24 nodes 


Q172. - (Topic 2) 

What communication link is necessary in order to establish cluster peer relations between two clusters? 

A. The cluster interface on each node must be able to communicate with the intracluster interface on each node in the peer cluster. 

B. The cluster interface on each node must be able to communicate with the node-mgmt interface on each node in the peer cluster 

C. The intracluster interface on each node must be able to communicate with the intracluster interface on each node in the peer cluster. 

D. The intercluster interface on each node must be able to communicate with the intercluster interface on each node in the peer cluster. 


Q173. - (Topic 3) 

Which three storage features can be scaled by storage administrators? (Choose three.) 

A. capacity scaling, by allowing more than two storage systems to be combined with larger disk shelves 

B. energy scaling, by allowing the cluster to share the same power source 

C. heterogeneous scaling, by allowing E-Series and FAS-Series systems within a single cluster 

D. network scaling, by providing three or more network switches for the cluster network 

E. operational scaling, by allowing the entire cluster to be administrated through a single resilient interface 

F. performance scaling, by using Flash Cache, SSDs, and Quality of Service 

Answer: A,E,F 

Q174. - (Topic 1) 

What must be configured to support inter-cluster Snapmirror relationships? 

A. Cluster peer relationship 

B. Intercluster port role 

C. Junction path for the mirrored volume 

D. Minimum transfer size 


Q175. - (Topic 1) 

While reviewing a controller, you find that an aggregate aggr1 made of 6 TB hard-disk drives has two RAID groups, one with 14 disks and the other with eight disks. 

Which action caused the RAID groups to be different? 

A. The aggregate was created with the RAID group option set to 2. 

B. The aggregate was created with advanced drive partitioning. 

C. The aggregate was moved from one controller to its partner. 

D. The aggregate was created from the command line using the default configuration. 


Q176. - (Topic 2) 

Name two modes of BranchCache. (Choose two.) 

A. Hosted 

B. Distributed 

C. intercluster 

D. Vserver-aware 

Answer: A,B 



Q177. - (Topic 1) 

Why would you use NetApp Snapshots? 

A. for data protection 

B. to increase performance 

C. for network resiliency 

D. for storage failover 


Reference: http://www.netapp.com/us/products/platform-os/snapshot.aspx 

Q178. - (Topic 1) 

Your company is told that it must follow strict requirements for auditing purposes when creating user accounts for each department. 

Which feature in clustered Data ONTAP accomplishes this task? 

A. LDAP integration 

B. workgroup access 

C. role-based access control 

D. mixed-mode security 


Q179. - (Topic 1) 

A customer wants to use FlashCache but does not want to lose the information stored in the FlashCache card when a takeover occurs in a high-availability solution. 

What should the customer do to make sure this feature is enabled? 

A. Confirm that the aggregates using the FlashCache card are configured appropriately. 

B. Set the option to rewarm the FlashCache in both nodes of the HA pair. 

C. Verify that the FlashCache card is located in the appropriate slot in the NetApp controller. 

D. Verify that the FlashCache card has been configured only on the node where the feature is required. 


Explanation: The system does not serve data from a Flash Cache or Flash Cache 2 module when a node is shutdown. However, the WAFL external cache preserves the cache during a graceful shutdown and can serve "warm" data after giveback. The WAFL external cache can preserve the cache in Flash Cache modules during a graceful shutdown. It preserves the cache through a process called "cache rewarming," which helps to maintain system performance after a graceful shutdown. For example, you might shut down a system to add hardware or upgrade software. Cache rewarming is enabled by default if you have a Flash Cache or Flash Cache 2 module installed. Cache rewarming is available when both nodes in an HA pair are running Data ONTAP 8.1 or later.