vSphere 6 Foundations Exam
Question No: 1
An organization has a number of virtual machines that would benefit from Fault Tolerance. These include:
->A single vCPU Apache Server
->A dual vCPU vCenter Server
->A quad vCPU SQL Server
->An eight vCPU Hadoop Server
Which two virtual machines can be configured to use VMware Fault Tolerance? (Choose two.)
Question No: 2
An administrator receives a report that no real time statistics are available for a virtual machine in the vCenter Server inventory.
Which two statements indicate likely causes of the problem? (Choose two.)
The virtual machine is powered off.
The host containing the virtual machine is disconnected from vCenter Server.
There is insufficient real time data to display the information.
The vCenter Server service is not running.
Question No: 3
Which functions can be performed with the Plug-in Manager? (Choose two.)
Enable an installed plug-in
Remove permissions for a plug-in
View the status of installed plug-ins
Uninstall a plug-in
Reference: http://www.kumatech.ca/download/docs/110_6081- EN_R3_HIT_VE_Installation_Guide_web.pdf (page 13)
Question No: 4
Which two SMTP Notification Event Details are specific to alarms triggered by events? (Choose two.)
Question No: 5
Which VMware solution uses the security of a vSphere implementation and provides linked-clone technology to virtual desktops?
Reference: http://www.vmware.com/files/pdf/VMware-View-4-Composer-DS-EN.pdf (page 1, last paragraph)
Question No: 6
An administrator must determine an appropriate backup solution, given these conditions:
->50 of the virtual machines are in a resource pool named Finance.
->50 of the virtual machines are in a resource pool named QA.
Which solution allows an administrator the ability to backup 100 virtual machines?
Use Snapshot Manager on the vCenter Server to backup the virtual machines.
Use the VMware Consolidated Backup (vcb) tool on the ESXi Host to backup the virtual machines.
Use the VMware Data Recovery (VDR) Appliance on the vCenter Server to backup the virtual machines.
Use the VMware Data Protection (VDP) Appliance on one of the ESXi Hosts to backup the virtual machines.
Question No: 7
You are creating a virtual machine in the Web Client using the New Virtual Machine wizard.
Which two steps are required? (Choose two.)
Select a valid name.
Select a cluster for the compute resource.
Select a network adapter.
Select the virtual machine compatibility.
Question No: 8
An administrator is performing a scripted installation of ESXi 6.x.
In which three locations does the script need to be? (Choose three.)
Question No: 9
Which two High Availability (HA) Cluster admission control policies can help avoid resource fragmentation? (Choose two.)
Define failover capacity by static number of hosts
Define failover capacity by reserving a percentage of the cluster resources
Use dedicated failover hosts
Use Virtual Machine Monitoring
Question No: 10
Which three configuration settings will be migrated when upgrading a host from ESX 4.x Classic to ESXi 6.x? (Choose three.)
The SSH configuration in /etc/ssh
The host configuration in /etc/vmware/esx.conf
The NFS configuration in /etc/fstab
The services information in /etc/services
The licensing information in /etc/licenses/license.conf
Answer: A,B,C Explanation:
Files Migrated During Migration or Upgrade from ESX/ESXi 4.x to ESXi 5.0
This table provides the list of files migrated during upgrade from ESX/ESXi 4.x to ESXi 5.0: FileNotes
CIM “indication”conf files
/etc/syslog.confMigrated for ESXi, not migrated for ESX.
/etc/security/access.confNeeded for PAM configurations.
/etc/sysconfig/networkService Console NICs areconverted to VMkernel NICs.
/etc/sysconfig/keyboardAny entries not supported will default to English.
***/etc/sshOpenSSH is now included in ESXi 6.x
/etc/nsswitch.confUsed generically for various configurations, most helpful for Active Directory authentication.
/etc/krb.confNeeded for Likewise to have Active Directory support.
/etc/krb.realmsNeeded for Likewise to have Active Directory support.
/etc/krb5.confNeeded for Likewise to have Active Directory support.
/etc/krb5.aclNeeded for Likewise to have Active Directory support.
/etc/krb5.keytabNeeded for Likewise to have Active Directory support.
/etc/krb5.logNeeded for Likewise to have Active Directory support.
/etc/krb5.mkeyNeeded for Likewise to have Active Directory support.
Needed for authentication and authorization.
Note: Custom edits made to settings in /etc/pam.d/system-auth in ESX 4.x are reset to the default values by the upgrade to ESXi 6.x To maintain the custom values, reset them manually after the upgrade.
/etc/snmp/snmpd.confMigrated to /etc/vmware/snmp.xml.
etc/motdA note is appended saying the system was upgraded to ESX 5.x.
/etc/likewise/*Used for Likewise configurations.
/etc/vmware/vmauth/authentication.confUsed for Likewise configurations
/etc/vmware/vmauth/provider.xmlUsed for Likewise configurations
***/etc/fstab (Partial)Only NFS entries will be migrated to ESXi.
/etc/passwd (Partial)Only the root user password will be saved, if possible.
/etc/shadowOnly the root user password will be saved, if possible
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